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    Okay, now I know I am a bit late but I have no idea where to apply at the middle of year 13.

    My original plan was Management in LSE

    I got B in Maths AS and dropped it.
    So I am down to three choices
    Archaeology, Anthropology, and Sociology.
    and I wish to go to either LSE or UCL

    I had A for photography, A for economics, and B for geography and all my teachers are going to gimme As for predicted grades.

    Now, looking at the prospectus, I realised that Archaeology in UCL requires ABB, which is lower than the other subjects. However, I have no knowledge about archaeology whatsoever, or any work experience or really anything.

    Sociology, only LSE has it and I think I can basically use all my extra-curricular activities in Young Enterprise and work experience in a hotel and Duke of Edingbourgh here ( which I prepared to use when I apply to management).
    oh, but LSE does not prefer photography and entry requirment here is ABB.

    then there is anthropology, AAB for both LSE and UCL. I think I can use similar stuff for anthropology (for PS I mean)

    So... all of these have merits and demerits...

    where should I apply?
    I am so confused now and will be happy to get any help.


    Omg ur in such a preiciment. Why do such clever people feel the need to share their grades, I dont get what you mean where should I apply? You have answeredthat question ursel
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