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    Any offers from accounting and finance? Anyone applied with what predicted grades?
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    (Original post by normandi)
    Any offers from accounting and finance? Anyone applied with what predicted grades?
    I applied with A*AAA prediction and got a 12 week email last week, not the traditional 2 and 8
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    (Original post by Rafael_96)
    My little sisters also into her fourth week of the 8 week email for Law, as far as I'm aware no offers for Law have been made yet. You'll most likely hear closer to the end of your 8 weeks as it's quite a competitive subject.
    Alright cheers! Good luck to your sister!
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    For me my offer from LSE is AAB which is my lowest offer, yet that doesn't mean much. Going to LSE is what I am saying looks good to employers.
    I know it looks good to employers but so does warwick/imperial.
    I want to do economics jobs with a high level of maths and Warwick/Imperial will have an advantage for me because the maths course there (cambridge's) is the best and most respected in UK. LSE is not known for maths and employers have caught on to that.
    Also I prefer those two unis anyways. Its all about preference and in reality any of those 3 will get you the same job if you are good enough.
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    (Original post by sr234)
    Congratulations!
    When did you send your application and what are your stats (GCSE, AS, A2 predictions?)

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    Thank you! Sent application around 10th of October and umm

    GCSEs 12A*s 1A
    AS AAAAB
    Predictions A*A*A*A*

    Best of luck in your app
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    For me my offer from LSE is AAB which is my lowest offer, yet that doesn't mean much. Going to LSE is what I am saying looks good to employers.
    Course does matter when it comes to getting jobs. What course are you doing?
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    (Original post by sneakbo2)
    Weird.. what course did you apply for?
    pure economcis! what about you? btw I just recieved my 2 weeks email today!!
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    Hi, I know i have 2 more years until my application to uni but I am currently choosing my a level options and in the future want to do economics, ppe or maybe government and economics maybe at LSE. What subjects would you recommend for taking at a level, so far thinking of doing Maths, History, Economics and french (as it is required to be fluent in a second language for some jobs for IB and i enjoy it). However, shall I drop economics and do physics or FM if my school offers it? I chose history for ppe and one of my strongest subjects. What would you say?
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    (Original post by big_dreamer)
    Hi, I know i have 2 more years until my application to uni but I am currently choosing my a level options and in the future want to do economics, ppe or maybe government and economics maybe at LSE. What subjects would you recommend for taking at a level, so far thinking of doing Maths, History, Economics and french (as it is required to be fluent in a second language for some jobs for IB and i enjoy it). However, shall I drop economics and do physics or FM if my school offers it? I chose history for ppe and one of my strongest subjects. What would you say?
    I'd do maths f maths politics and economics- a couple people last year at my school doing this last year got into PPE at oxford with this

    Alternatively if you can't do politics I'd do history instead


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    (Original post by Gcseboy1997)
    I'd do maths f maths politics and economics- a couple people last year at my school doing this last year got into PPE at oxford with this

    Alternatively if you can't do politics I'd do history instead


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    yeah, thats a good combo but apparently oxford said at a open event thing when I asked at the school that ideally history and maths for definite for ppe. If you had the choice would fm a level be better than fm? Thanks for replying
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    (Original post by luchiayin)
    pure economcis! what about you? btw I just recieved my 2 weeks email today!!


    Posted from TSR Mobile haha yeah same the 2 week one has arrived!, accounting and finance, dunno what that 12 week one was for
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    (Original post by RAV 123)
    Course does matter when it comes to getting jobs. What course are you doing?
    My offer at LSE is for management, I agree course does matter but within reason. For example a lot of people that do chemistry and physics degrees become accountants and actuaries.
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    (Original post by ETRC)
    I know it looks good to employers but so does warwick/imperial.
    I want to do economics jobs with a high level of maths and Warwick/Imperial will have an advantage for me because the maths course there (cambridge's) is the best and most respected in UK. LSE is not known for maths and employers have caught on to that.
    Also I prefer those two unis anyways. Its all about preference and in reality any of those 3 will get you the same job if you are good enough.
    What field of work are you talking about? They would all look very good, I was simply saying what the actuary at PwC told me that LSE looks great to employers.
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    Hello, I'm finishing London School of Commerce and I will be awarded BA degree by Cardiff Metropolitan University. My question is whether I will be able to apply for LSE MS degree, for example, in politics?
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    (Original post by DavidH95)
    Any offers for history yet? I got the 2 weeks email almost a month ago with no word since.
    I've got one! I did reply quite early though, good luck
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    (Original post by ee123)
    I've got one! I did reply quite early though, good luck
    When did you apply?


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    (Original post by Gcseboy1997)
    When did you apply?


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    Late September
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    What field of work are you talking about? They would all look very good, I was simply saying what the actuary at PwC told me that LSE looks great to employers.
    I know
    But in banking, economic jobs with high level of maths.
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    Do LSE normally reply at the end of the 8 weeks (depending on course)?
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    (Original post by Ashklins)
    Has anyone applied for Government and Economics?!
    I too think to apply to it. Still undecided between PPE (4 years) and latter.. What were zour thoughts?
 
 
 
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