Bad A$$
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Hi,

Does anyone know what would be a good excuse for swapping classes? Last time I put in a request saying the class size was too big and it got rejected. What can I say? The other class I want to be in is taught by the lecturer and I feel I would benefit more from her knowledge. But that isn't enough.

LSE Students help, please! :s
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unsung_hero
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paid employment or religious reasons.
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Do you fancy the other lecturer?
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get someone from the other class to swap with you. in that case numbers stay the same.

my personal opinion: live with it. everyone gets some teacher who is rubbish or doesnt speak english well and hence is rubbish for at least one course probably one module a year at LSE (in the maths/stats/econ at least).
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why do actually need to change classes? change the acual module or just change the teacher?
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(Original post by irfy)
why do actually need to change classes? change the acual module or just change the teacher?
Change the teacher, obviously. I need a good excuse to change though.
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Change the teacher, obviously. I need a good excuse to change though.
if the teacher takes multiple classes she may be willing to let you swap informally, provided the reason for swapping is'nt the teacher.
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(Original post by unsung_hero)
if the teacher takes multiple classes she may be willing to let you swap informally, provided the reason for swapping is'nt the teacher.
that would be paradoxical to say the least
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that would be paradoxical to say the least
Why? You might prefer a 4 PM class to a 5 PM class held by the same teacher, for instance. This is actually true in my case.
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yea of course I agree with you and I did this swaps myself. what I meant (and I've highlighted the funny part ot the quote) is that it would be funny to say to the class teacher "I wanna swap these classes thaught by you and the reason is that I don't like you as class teacher"
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Clash with part time job is the best reason and the most likely to be approved. Also within the first 3 weeks just deregister on lse for you and then register again from that module, you will be auto assigned to a new class (may not end up being different but always worth a shot).
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I had a friend who lied and stated his reason as part-time work, when the truth was that he didn't want to wake up for a 9am class. LSE approved his request w/o asking for evidence that he was even working.
Another friend said he didn't want to pay the fare for peak travelling periods on the train, and was approved too.
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(Original post by drunkenhammie)
Another friend said he didn't want to pay the fare for peak travelling periods on the train, and was approved too.
LOL
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Say your getting bullied. My friend tried that and it was successful
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In my afterschool, I have very bad teachers. They are mean and compared to the other classes, they have a lot of fun. That's why i asked to switch my classes but the head teacher is extremely strict. Tell me how do i get out?
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