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    (Original post by slg60)
    Surely that's not true.
    tbf loads of people applying econ at lse on tsr have 95ums+
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    (Original post by as421)
    ooo economics or medicine guys?
    economics duh #£££££££
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    (Original post by as421)
    ooo economics or medicine guys?
    Somehow I think you're going to get lots of economics answers seeing as you're on an economics thread

    I would say if you're questioning whether to do medicine or not though you probably shouldn't do it tbh


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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    Somehow I think you're going to get lots of economics answers seeing as you're on an economics thread

    I would say if you're questioning whether to do medicine or not though you probably shouldn't do it tbh


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    Hmmmm I guess that depends - I'm taking Econ as an A Level and I'm enjoying it a lot (having done it for GCSE for the last two years too)
    But I'm aiming to be medic with most of my A Levels being more orientated towards the science-y side..
    Generally just wondering which one of the two sounds most appealing 😁


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    (Original post by as421)
    Hmmmm I guess that depends - I'm taking Econ as an A Level and I'm enjoying it a lot (having done it for GCSE for the last two years too)
    But I'm aiming to be medic with most of my A Levels being more orientated towards the science-y side..
    Generally just wondering which one of the two sounds most appealing 😁


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    Are you year 12? For med you'll have needed to have done loads of work exp already


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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    Are you year 12? For med you'll have needed to have done loads of work exp already


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    Yep Y12 - I've got 3 experiences so far under my belt and hopefully another 2 or 3 more within the next year
    I've been offered an interview for an outreach scheme but if that doesn't work out i might weigh out my options and see where it takes me (basically if all else fails economics it is) 😁


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    (Original post by Mike_123)
    I know this was sarcastic but the latter part of your sentence holds some truth.
    The UMS aren't perfect, but I'm pretty sure they're good enough
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    (Original post by as421)
    Yep Y12 - I've got 3 experiences so far under my belt and hopefully another 2 or 3 more within the next year
    I've been offered an interview for an outreach scheme but if that doesn't work out i might weigh out my options and see where it takes me (basically if all else fails economics it is) 😁


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    Ah ok seems like you've got it sorted



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    Can anyone tell me when I can expect to be told whether or not I'm getting an interview for Econ at King's Cambridge?
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    (Original post by liamc1997)
    Can anyone tell me when I can expect to be told whether or not I'm getting an interview for Econ at King's Cambridge?
    I applied to jesus and they said that they send interview letters in the 2nd and 3rd weeks of November and I'm guessing that they're all similar in their reply times, so you might hear tomorrow mate! haha
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    (Original post by liamc1997)
    Can anyone tell me when I can expect to be told whether or not I'm getting an interview for Econ at King's Cambridge?
    On their application information page it says "Invitation to interviews in Cambridge
    (information for 15-30 Nov)"


    so I'm guessing that is the range of dates you should expect to hear about getting an interview or not.
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    (Original post by Follett)
    Charlton season ticket


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    Good lad, that's a good investment
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    (Original post by sarah.97)
    What was your stats? & how did you qualify?
    For what?
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    (Original post by sarah.97)
    What was your stats? & how did you qualify?
    7A* 4 A at gcse.
    AAAAB at as in maths economics biology business chemistry
    Predicted A*A*A in maths economics biology
    I just received an email from the admissions department offering me an academic scholarship on the basis that I firm them and also I have to get A*AA instead of the AAA they originally offered me


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    (Original post by Dylank)
    Good lad, that's a good investment
    Couldn't agree more


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    (Original post by jchap9776)
    I applied to jesus and they said that they send interview letters in the 2nd and 3rd weeks of November and I'm guessing that they're all similar in their reply times, so you might hear tomorrow mate! haha
    they send letterS? I'm a Jesus econ applicant too
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    (Original post by Dylank)
    For what?
    Scholarship / bursary?
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    (Original post by sarah.97)
    Scholarship / bursary?
    Scholarship


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    (Original post by emmelinelu)
    they send letterS? I'm a Jesus econ applicant too
    Well an email effectively , ah cool what are your stats?
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    (Original post by slg60)
    Surely that's not true.
    (Original post by anonwinner)
    The UMS aren't perfect, but I'm pretty sure they're good enough
    You underestimate the competition at LSE. They could well be good enough it depends on the rest of their application, but I've seen people with incredible scores get rejected.
 
 
 
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