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    (Original post by OssyTheDog)
    That might be right. As long as it's relevant, I don't think there is anything wrong with going a bit of tracks considering the circumstances, as you mention.

    I'm an international applicant (from Norway). What about you?
    Technically mature, but I'll only be 23 when I start.
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    (Original post by StretfordEnd)
    Technically mature, but I'll only be 23 when I start.
    Have you applied anywhere else?
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    Sorry for the rant but please let me express my disappointment with my rejection from King's for law received this morning.

    As soon as I had my LSE offer some time ago I knew it was definitely going to be either LSE or UCL (provided that I get one there too) but I still wanted to put King's as my insurance. And of course: who likes the feeling of rejection? Just goes to show how fcuking important the LNAT is at schools like King's than the personal statement is.

    I was in shock when I checked my track this morning.



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    (Original post by fgfgfg)
    Sorry for the rant but please let me express my disappointment with my rejection from King's for law received this morning.

    As soon as I had my LSE offer some time ago I knew it was definitely going to be either LSE or UCL (provided that I get one there too) but I still wanted to put King's as my insurance. And of course: who likes the feeling of rejection? Just goes to show how fcuking important the LNAT is at schools like King's than the personal statement is.

    I was in shock when I checked my track this morning.
    What was your LNAT score?
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    (Original post by fgfgfg)
    Sorry for the rant but please let me express my disappointment with my rejection from King's for law received this morning.

    As soon as I had my LSE offer some time ago I knew it was definitely going to be either LSE or UCL (provided that I get one there too) but I still wanted to put King's as my insurance. And of course: who likes the feeling of rejection? Just goes to show how fcuking important the LNAT is at schools like King's than the personal statement is.

    I was in shock when I checked my track this morning.



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    I'm sorry to hear about your rejection at King's but congrats on your offer at LSE
    Your post is actually giving me hope since I got rejected from Durham a week ago (which was supposed to be my insurance) and ultimately assumed that if Durham rejected me there was no way that LSE would give me an offer
    May I ask you, did you apply for the same degree at both king's and LSE?
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    can I also go on a rant and share the letter that O****d university sent me?
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    What do you think guys, can we expect some decisions tomorrow?


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    Guys if I just received my ALevel results do I have to update it on Ucas? If not how would lse know our results?


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    (Original post by OssyTheDog)
    Have you applied anywhere else?
    Nowhere as 'prestigious' as the LSE it must be said; I wanted:

    - A RG Uni
    - In a big city
    - With a course that looked interesting

    On that basis Oxbridge, Warwick and Durham didn't really interest me being in smaller places and none of the London unis other than LSE had courses which I really liked the look of in terms of the modules available.

    If (I so hope I do!) get the offer from LSE, I'm torn between them at Leeds: I think the course there is a little bit more interesting and provides far wider options in terms of elective modules; but the quality and frequency of the guest speakers and events at LSE is just as important in terms of what I want out of uni!

    How about you?
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    So this friday is their due to get back to me... Should I expect getting a decisions from Geography department or its gonna be delay letter?
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    (Original post by StretfordEnd)
    Nowhere as 'prestigious' as the LSE it must be said; I wanted:

    - A RG Uni
    - In a big city
    - With a course that looked interesting

    On that basis Oxbridge, Warwick and Durham didn't really interest me being in smaller places and none of the London unis other than LSE had courses which I really liked the look of in terms of the modules available.

    If (I so hope I do!) get the offer from LSE, I'm torn between them at Leeds: I think the course there is a little bit more interesting and provides far wider options in terms of elective modules; but the quality and frequency of the guest speakers and events at LSE is just as important in terms of what I want out of uni!

    How about you?
    Ah, I see. I'm hoping for the best for you!

    I kind of wouldn't mind a smaller city, and I like the four-year courses in Scotland, so I applied to St. Andrews and Edinburgh (and I have an offer from the former), and I applied to UCL, LSE and Durham (and I just got rejected from Durham... don't think I mind that, although it would have been fun to get an offer).

    I'm pretty certain that my favorites (mostly based on course content) are LSE and St. Andrews, since they seem to teach mostly analytic philosophy (it's a vague and perhaps only historical distinction between continental and analytic philosophy, but I still like using the terms). So if I get an offer from LSE I'll probably have a hard time choosing between it and St. Andrews (almost for the same reasons as you are torn between LSE and Leeds).
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    (Original post by eloo)
    What do you think guys, can we expect some decisions tomorrow?


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    YES (please). They're supposed to get back to me by this Friday, but I hope it happens today. Otherwise i'm fine waiting until next Thursday.
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    Does anyone heard from LSE today?
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    Not yet, however I wish I would hear from them today (but only in case when today is the day of offers giveaway )


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    (Original post by sase)
    Does anyone heard from LSE today?
    It doesn't seem like anyone has heard back yet. I'm really hoping I get a reply today though, since my 7 weeks were over in early January and I never received any delay email.
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    Today marks the near end of my 7 week period. A few minutes back I received an email from the LSE admissions asking me to submit the fee status classification form so that they can process my app further. Does this mean I have technically been selected???
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    (Original post by Doc5)
    Today marks the near end of my 7 week period. A few minutes back I received an email from the LSE admissions asking me to submit the fee status classification form so that they can process my app further. Does this mean I have technically been selected???
    While this does sound like potentially good news, bear in mind that LSE has relatively strict quotas that it has to follow and asking about your fee status does not necessarily indicate an impending offer.

    Best,

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    Is it a good idea to send email to LSE that informs them they have been delaying my decision for over 3 weeks?
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    Just got rejected for economics, econometrics with mathematical economics. Good Luck everyone!
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    (Original post by F.Tam)
    Just got rejected for economics, econometrics with mathematical economics. Good Luck everyone!
    Just got rejected for Law too. Due to personal statement. Good luck!
 
 
 
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