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    (Original post by Eggy Hog)
    Are those placed on the LSE's "waiting list" more likely to receive offers than those who simply haven't heard anything from LSE?
    i think so-i was placed on waiting list for management but was unsuccessful

    did not receive a reply for economics - unsuccessful

    probably because i had the wrong kinda alevels- maths,chemistry,biology and as english,business,general studies ->i just wanted to keep doing sciences cause i enjoyed them and it would keep my options open.

    sorry, i guess this doesnt really answer your question :confused:
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    (Original post by zero101)
    chill ppl chill
    lse dont send out ne thing really till feb-april
    most of the time they dont bother with confirmation
    and btw its 12:1 eco, 15:1 law - so dont get ur hopes up
    for management last yr it was like 50:1!!! :eek:
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    Waiting list? Shortlisted? WAAAAAAAAARGH! Can someone please explain what all this is...? Is there a difference. I have heard absolutely ZILCH from lse which i guess, is a bad sign. Calling out all international students who haven't been rejected/given an offer... Were any of you put in a waiting list of some sort? coz then maybe if ur an international student u don't get notified if ur put in the waiting list, maybe only when they have an offer/rejection for u. btw, applied for law w/french law there which is about as hard 2 get into as law so...
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    (Original post by rutera)
    Waiting list? Shortlisted? WAAAAAAAAARGH! Can someone please explain what all this is...? Is there a difference. I have heard absolutely ZILCH from lse which i guess, is a bad sign. Calling out all international students who haven't been rejected/given an offer... Were any of you put in a waiting list of some sort? coz then maybe if ur an international student u don't get notified if ur put in the waiting list, maybe only when they have an offer/rejection for u. btw, applied for law w/french law there which is about as hard 2 get into as law so...
    haven't got anything yet, applied for management, predicted ABBB, got all my other offers (kcl, nott, bristol, umist, surrey)
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    I got an offer from lse today, abb for government, didn't hear anything from them, didn't expect to get in
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    (Original post by Falguni)
    for management last yr it was like 50:1!!! :eek:
    Are u serious bout 50:1 ratio for management???? cuz that sucks..i really wanna get into LSE and now chances seem really bad........
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    its more like 25:1
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    its still really low...i doubt ill get in but lets hope i do..........
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    has anyone heard anything about offers for Government and Economics this year?
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    (Original post by joka85)
    has anyone heard anything about offers for Government and Economics this year?
    I'm still waiting...
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    (Original post by Linda)
    I'm still waiting...
    IM WAITING FOR HISTORY............SO SCARED!!!!!
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    (Original post by Nafisa)
    IM WAITING FOR HISTORY............SO SCARED!!!!!
    At LSE? Where else have you applied?
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    (Original post by Nafisa)
    IM WAITING FOR HISTORY............SO SCARED!!!!!
    I have applied for history at LSE as well. What are you predicted?
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    (Original post by Eggy Hog)
    I have applied for history at LSE as well. What are you predicted?
    Another one, hehe! Have you heard yet? I'm still waiting for an open day date... i'm curious as to what it is like!
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    (Original post by claire1985)
    Another one, hehe! Have you heard yet? I'm still waiting for an open day date... i'm curious as to what it is like!
    I haven't heard as yet; I am applying post A-Level though. Is LSE your first choice?
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    (Original post by Eggy Hog)
    I haven't heard as yet; I am applying post A-Level though. Is LSE your first choice?
    Yes, at the moment it is-i mean i like Durham too but as of yet don't have an offer. LSE offered me ABB so it takes some stress off!
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    Sorry, forgot to ask-is LSE your first choice?
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    (Original post by claire1985)
    Sorry, forgot to ask-is LSE your first choice?
    I suppose it is. The course though for history is quite limited - no early modern or medieval - but the graduation prospects are impressive.
    What do you think of studying in London?
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    (Original post by Eggy Hog)
    I suppose it is. The course though for history is quite limited - no early modern or medieval - but the graduation prospects are impressive.
    What do you think of studying in London?
    I don't mind it, not worried about the cost because i'll be able to live off a student loan and delay money worries for a few years and it should be cool because everything is so close by. Where else have you applied? I have places from York, Warwick, LSE and RHUL so far-and a rejection from UCL
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    (Original post by claire1985)
    I don't mind it, not worried about the cost because i'll be able to live off a student loan and delay money worries for a few years and it should be cool because everything is so close by. Where else have you applied? I have places from York, Warwick, LSE and RHUL so far-and a rejection from UCL
    I have offers from York and Exeter. Waiting to hear from Durham, LSE and Bristol.
    I don't qualify for the loan so London could prove expensive. Just have to get a good job while I'm there I suppose!
 
 
 
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