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    Did anyone get onto the L101 Econ course without further maths?


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    (Original post by hurluberlu)
    Roseberry, Carr Saunders & Passfield. Have you applied yet?
    Saaame! Did you apply in that order?

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    Did anyone get onto the L101 Econ course without further maths?

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    Yeah i did
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    Saaame! Did you apply in that order?



    Yeah i did
    Mind if I pm you?


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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    Did anyone get onto the L101 Econ course without further maths?


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    Yeah I got an offer without FM, why?


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    (Original post by abccba120)
    Yeah I got an offer without FM, why?


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    What were your a levels if you don't mind me asking?


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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    What were your a levels if you don't mind me asking?


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    My AS grades were AAAB, and predicted A*AA. So are you an applicant or a perspective student?


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    (Original post by abccba120)
    My AS grades were AAAB, and predicted A*AA. So are you an applicant or a perspective student?


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    Prospective student, wondering whether I would be at a huge disadvantage if I didn't do further maths a level


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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
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    imo you should do it if you think you can get an A at AS but not having it doesn't nexessarily disadvantage you
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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    Prospective student, wondering whether I would be at a huge disadvantage if I didn't do further maths a level


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    imo you should do it if you think you can get an A at AS but not having it doesn't nexessarily disadvantage you
    I agree with jchap, you should do it if you can. The only reason I didn't do it was because my school didn't exactly offer it. I had the opportunity to do FM but I would of had to do it at another school and even if I did do that I would've had to give up economics since it was in the same timetable slot, so I had a fairly good reason why I didn't take it. If your school offers FM and you decide not to do it and you apply for LSE then you probably will be at a disadvantage, since that's a question they will ask you if you don't do FM.
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    (Original post by abccba120)
    I agree with jchap, you should do it if you can. The only reason I didn't do it was because my school didn't exactly offer it. I had the opportunity to do FM but I would of had to do it at another school and even if I did do that I would've had to give up economics since it was in the same timetable slot, so I had a fairly good reason why I didn't take it. If your school offers FM and you decide not to do it and you apply for LSE then you probably will be at a disadvantage, since that's a question they will ask you if you don't do FM.
    What if I just did AS FM? Do you think I would still be at a disadvantage for not having full FM?

    Thanks


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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    What if I just did AS FM? Do you think I would still be at a disadvantage for not having full FM?

    Thanks


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    If you did AS FM then I think it'll be fine, a lot of applicants have just AS so I don't think you will be disadvantaged much at all. Obviously those who continue doing to full A level will have a small advantage but overall its not a big deal and AS FM is enough but you need to ask yourself, if you don't like maths or want to do the minimum maths required then you got to take into consideration that LSE's econ course is a lot more Maths and FM will definitely benefit you on the course.
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    (Original post by abccba120)
    If you did AS FM then I think it'll be fine, a lot of applicants have just AS so I don't think you will be disadvantaged much at all. Obviously those who continue doing to full A level will have a small advantage but overall its not a big deal and AS FM is enough but you need to ask yourself, if you don't like maths or want to do the minimum maths required then you got to take into consideration that LSE's econ course is a lot more Maths and FM will definitely benefit you on the course.
    yeah agreed, the fact they only require a pass in A2 further shows that AS is enough
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    hows the social life in lse?
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    (Original post by hurluberlu)
    Yes!! Omg, what a coincidence??? Hahaha are you an international student?
    Aww I went passfield, Roseberry then Carr Saunders 😋 nooo live in the UK! What about you?
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    (Original post by Miladrises)
    hows the social life in lse?
    I assume good but expensive
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    (Original post by hurluberlu)
    Oh, close, almost the same! And yeah, I live in the UK as well What subject did you apply for?
    Economics and you?
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    (Original post by hurluberlu)
    Same
    Sweet! are you part of the fb group?
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    Hey everyone! I'm hopefully doing law next year - buzzing for that London nightlife man! There's some absolute talent on the FB group (who knew hot girls went to LSE) so I'm excited for that aswell wheres everybody living next year?
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    Hey everyone! I'm hopefully doing law next year - buzzing for that London nightlife man! There's some absolute talent on the FB group (who knew hot girls went to LSE) so I'm excited for that aswell ������ wheres everybody living next year?
    rosebery mate, wbu?
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    (Original post by hurluberlu)
    If the banter on this thread is anything to go by, I assume the LSE social life is probably pretty wild
    lol
 
 
 
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