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Thank-you so much for finding that! Hmmm... Even though that means I can still be considered for that specific course, does that mean that my chances for more competitive courses at LSE and Cambridge are next to null? I know it's hard to tell for sure, but I'd really appreciate someone telling me there's no chance so that I can get used to the idea before I actually get rejected.
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I think you've probably got a better idea of your chances than anyone else... predicted grades, personal statement, references etc. All courses in the LSE/Cambridge are competitive, so it might be a good idea not to get your hopes up, because then you'll be twice as happy if you do get a place! I was convinced the LSE wouldn't have me, and the first offer I had was from them!
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