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    (Original post by tomixox)
    Honestly hang in there! I think my 4 weeks ended at a similar time to yours - 6th March?? You're grades/UMS are sooooo sick; your UMS is so strong and you take FM and you're taking four A-Levels with awesome predictions! Its just a matter of WHEN they'll give you an offer :p:p
    Man tomorrow better be my day hahaha! Cheers for your support, I just wanna get turnt up in LDN in autumn 😎 in keeping my fingers crossed!!
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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    Philosophy and Economics - still to decide whether I should firm LSE or Oxford's PPE, you?

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    I've applied for law
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    (Original post by lionelmessi19)
    Offer for Accounting and Finance!!!!
    CONGRATULATIONS!! When did you apply? I've been waiting since the mid of November ...
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    I just posted this in the UCL Entry thread. Any Uni doesnt have to reply until MAY https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...key-dates#5371 although most try to reply by the end of March.
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    (Original post by tomixox)
    Guys incase there is anyone out there still waiting for straight econ with no further maths - I do NOT have it at AS or A Level so do not let that make you pessimistic
    Wow and you got an offer, congrats! What were your grades and UMS?
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    I intend to pursue Accounting and Finance in LSE. I took Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry in A-Level. Is the subject combination strong enough for me to get an offer?
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    (Original post by Ethan_)
    I intend to pursue Accounting and Finance in LSE. I took Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry in A-Level. Is the subject combination strong enough for me to get an offer?
    Nope
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    (Original post by JamjamjamT)
    Nope
    Oh! This is sad, but, I'll keep hope! Do you have any seniors got rejected by LSE due to subject combination?
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    (Original post by Ethan_)
    Oh! This is sad, but, I'll keep hope! Do you have any seniors got rejected by LSE due to subject combination?
    Your subject combination is fine since that they are all traditional subjects. Perhaps having a social science might be better. However, only by doing well in them, plus an impressive personal statement will do the trick.

    There are people who have been rejected on the basis of subject choices, at least that's what their rejection letter said so.
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    (Original post by Ethan_)
    I intend to pursue Accounting and Finance in LSE. I took Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry in A-Level. Is the subject combination strong enough for me to get an offer?
    That's perfectly fine - you have a strong set of quantitative subjects which will be greatly appreciated for such a quantitative course. Key is to just do really well in them now!

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    (Original post by kewbacca)
    Who's firming LSE for law? Wanna get to know some future classmates
    Me too!


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    (Original post by Ethan_)
    I intend to pursue Accounting and Finance in LSE. I took Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry in A-Level. Is the subject combination strong enough for me to get an offer?
    You're subject combination is absolutely fine. You will not get rejected for subject combination so don't worry about that. I took maths Econ and bio which could've been a lot more quantative!
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    Is today the day? XD
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    Morning Guys
    I have been looking at this thread for the last three months and i must thank everyone as it was an absolute joy reading posts.
    My son got an offer for Straight Econ yesterday and i was mighty pleased.
    He is looking for ensuite and i understand those living in London has to wait to apply. Can someone help?
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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    Regarding accommodation:

    The only hall which has beds longer than 1.90 m is High Holborn - is it possible to request longer beds at the other halls?
    I'm having exactly the same problem, did you learn anything yet?
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    (Original post by AQUF42)
    Morning Guys
    I have been looking at this thread for the last three months and i must thank everyone as it was an absolute joy reading posts.
    My son got an offer for Straight Econ yesterday and i was mighty pleased.
    He is looking for ensuite and i understand those living in London has to wait to apply. Can someone help?
    People in London can still apply at any time it's just they don't get their decision til later than the rest of us. And being in London doesn't affect their chance of getting their accomodation preferences either
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    (Original post by tomixox)
    You're subject combination is absolutely fine. You will not get rejected for subject combination so don't worry about that. I took maths Econ and bio which could've been a lot more quantative!
    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    That's perfectly fine - you have a strong set of quantitative subjects which will be greatly appreciated for such a quantitative course. Key is to just do really well in them now!

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    (Original post by JediHamster)
    Your subject combination is fine since that they are all traditional subjects. Perhaps having a social science might be better. However, only by doing well in them, plus an impressive personal statement will do the trick.

    There are people who have been rejected on the basis of subject choices, at least that's what their rejection letter said so.
    THANK YOU for the replies! I appreciate it very much!!!!
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    Anyone else going to get a shared room accommodation??
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    Anyone planning on picking accommodation at Urbanest Westminster? It looks pretty nice and the new LSEPS offer holder newsletter says there are 484 beds reserved for LSEPS students.
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    (Original post by avar)
    Anyone planning on picking accommodation at Urbanest Westminster? It looks pretty nice and the new LSEPS offer holder newsletter says there are 484 beds reserved for LSEPS students.
    Me! Already got a room!
 
 
 
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