LSE asks for all your UMS marks in a separate document thing (similar to Cambridge)(Original post by skylake)
I'm looking to apply to read economics at LSE.
GCSE: 10A*, 2A's
AS: Maths - 95.33% average across (C1,S1,C2)
F.Maths - (No grade this year) (M1 94, C3 70, M2 73, S2 83) (Maybe able to not show some of those modules if need be?)
Econ - 88%
Chemistry - 88%
Physics - 96.33%
Critical Thinking - A
General Studies - A
(Doing EPQ: should governments break up monopolies?)
A* predictions in basically all.
Do you think it's worth me applying, because my Econ mark is relatively low etc I have done lots of super-curricular work towards Econ.
Also in UCAS module mrks won't be shown for me. But in teacher references the best marks of those above will be shown only...
SO what are my chances?
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How do you think you'll do?