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    (Original post by sneakbo2)
    That's weird.. looking like there's gonna be a bulk of offers and rejections for this course
    Yeah it definitely seems that way, I wonder when they'll release them all. How long ago did you apply ?


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    Does anyone know about accommodation? I have an offer and like LSE but the way the accommodation is so spread out it gives me the feeling that it's not very communal. I don't want to go and feel like I'm not getting the chance to socialise with people


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    (Original post by CiaranAndrew)
    Yeah it definitely seems that way, I wonder when they'll release them all. How long ago did you apply ?


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    I applied in november 5th I think, got all offers within a week and these fools want to waste our time. Even Cambridge have given out all of their offers who do LSE think they are?
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    (Original post by RTJ1996)
    Does anyone know about accommodation? I have an offer and like LSE but the way the accommodation is so spread out it gives me the feeling that it's not very communal. I don't want to go and feel like I'm not getting the chance to socialise with people


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    My son feels the same way. He thinks he won't make any friends and is waiting for Durham offer. He knows LSE is part of "The Golden Triangle" and is extremely prestigious but he worries he won't like it. He's going to the offer holders day so hopefully he will change his mind.
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    (Original post by RTJ1996)
    Does anyone know about accommodation? I have an offer and like LSE but the way the accommodation is so spread out it gives me the feeling that it's not very communal. I don't want to go and feel like I'm not getting the chance to socialise with people


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    It's not a collegiate university and so this may be why people are worried about the social life. But the entire halls of residence has a strong community feel and there are so many options to meet people in societies or sports teams that I think this concern is probably more a general university one rather than being specific to the lse. You will make friends!
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    (Original post by Audi)
    I applied and am roughly 4 weeks into my 8 week email (this includes the 2 week Xmas break). Still no news. How long have you been waiting?


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    I still got one last week in my 8 weeks excluding the Christmas holiday,you are lucky hh


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    Any geographers?
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    (Original post by darkdrifter10)
    Yh im a straight econ offer holder, got rejected by cambridge so yh im gunna firm
    exactly the same here, what college did you apply to for cambridge?
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    (Original post by Cholesta)
    Hi Hannah
    My son's school are going to get the feedback as it stated on St Peter's admissions it had to be done through a referee. Law onto themselves,I'm afraid. He's angry at present and I'm a concerned mum. Like you he is thinking of postgrad. Let me know if you hear from LSE. We're still waiting for Durham.
    Hi Cholesta,
    Well, I'm sure it won't make much of a difference - just another matter of college preference. I certainly will update you when I hear from LSE. Hope he feels better and gets an offer from Durham soon! Btw, is he a UK/EU applicant?
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    It's ok to feel upset or disappointed but don't blame it on the admissions system. There is no set quota for backgrounds... just accept the courses were very competitive and move on. There's plenty of other universities out there.

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    Oh, I'm not. I just said that to some extent, it may have been a factor in their decision-making. Far be it from them to chose based on ethnic, cultural or socioeconomic background.
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    Any offers for BSc management at LSE as yet?
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    (Original post by bustraintram)
    Any offers for BSc management at LSE as yet?
    Got an offer a month ago for management.


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    (Original post by VedikaA)
    Got an offer a month ago for management.


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    Do you mind if I ask you when do you apply and your grades?


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    Anyone still waiting for BSc Government and History? I sent my application off on October 14th and still haven't had an offer nor a rejection. Seems very odd.
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    (Original post by Stanhope6)
    Anyone still waiting for BSc Government and History? I sent my application off on October 14th and still haven't had an offer nor a rejection. Seems very odd.
    Not unusual with LSE. Early rejections go out to those who obviously did not satisfy their stated requirements, e.g. wrong subject combinations, unconvincing PS, or grades. Early approvals go to the opposite. In previous years, those who get offers in February are already considered early. By now, they probably will wait to assess everyone with all the remaining applications that will come it by the Jan 15 deadline. Just a guess. But, with LSE, nothing unusual with the long wait.
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    (Original post by hannah.t)
    Hi Cholesta,
    Well, I'm sure it won't make much of a difference - just another matter of college preference. I certainly will update you when I hear from LSE. Hope he feels better and gets an offer from Durham soon! Btw, is he a UK/EU applicant?
    Hi Hannah
    Uk student. We're from Northern Ireland. School are persuading him to go to LSE as it is a fantastic uni. He's just afraid it might be hard to make friends.
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    I applied in October and got an email a few days later, saying that they'd make an offer in about 12 weeks.
    The next day I got another email saying that they're reviewing my UCAS application/reference etc, and that it should take about 2 weeks then they'd contact me again. Last week I got the 'four week' email.
    Is anyone in a similar situation? And is it a good sign in any sense?
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    Hi guys!

    While general discussion is fine, please try to keep it on topic of LSE rather than general admissions otherwise questions can get lost. Thanks!

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    (Original post by GandalfWhite)
    Not unusual with LSE. Early rejections go out to those who obviously did not satisfy their stated requirements, e.g. wrong subject combinations, unconvincing PS, or grades. Early approvals go to the opposite. In previous years, those who get offers in February are already considered early. By now, they probably will wait to assess everyone with all the remaining applications that will come it by the Jan 15 deadline. Just a guess. But, with LSE, nothing unusual with the long wait.
    My son got his offer at end of Oct. strange😊
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    (Original post by Stanhope6)
    Anyone still waiting for BSc Government and History? I sent my application off on October 14th and still haven't had an offer nor a rejection. Seems very odd.
    I didn't apply to the same course as you, but I also sent my application on the 14th of October and haven't heard back yet! My 8 weeks ended last Friday but I didn't receive a 4 week email, did you get one? Good luck
 
 
 
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