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    (Original post by zxh800)
    Yes FP2 and FP3 as well as S2 and S3.
    Goodluck.

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    I assume for FM you need an average of 90 that can be between FP2/FP2/S2orS3 for an A*?
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    (Original post by isp)
    Goodluck.

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    I assume for FM you need an average of 90 that can be between FP2/FP2/S2orS3 for an A*?
    Yes, that's correct. I have 97 in M2 already so I'll be looking to switch that into my FM A-level (S1 will go to my Maths A-level). So I'll need a total of 173 minimum from two of FP2, FP3, S2 or S3.
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    Got an interview on the 14th if anyone wanted to know.
    Not going to say which college though.
    Anyone else ?
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    (Original post by MWM)
    Got an interview on the 14th if anyone wanted to know.
    Not going to say which college though.
    Anyone else ?
    That was quick! Good luck
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    (Original post by tooambitious)
    That was quick! Good luck
    thnx, How did you do ?
    And lordvulture made a good point on a different thread that all those with LSE offers are being made offers from Cambridge, goes to show that the LSE admissions process is quite effective in picking out the good applicants without interviews, no ?
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    (Original post by patty9309)
    you hero - what college ?
    na man, your the hero patty9309
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    (Original post by zxh800)


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    A*AAA offer with A* in FM from Churchill.
    Hey mate You obviously must of done well in your interview, could you give me any advice at all whatsoever for my interview because I have been fished.
    Thnx
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    (Original post by MWM)
    thnx, How did you do ?
    And lordvulture made a good point on a different thread that all those with LSE offers are being made offers from Cambridge, goes to show that the LSE admissions process is quite effective in picking out the good applicants without interviews, no ?
    Not always true - I haven't heard from LSE yet, but I got an offer from Cambridge. But still it is a good point
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    (Original post by MWM)
    Got an interview on the 14th if anyone wanted to know.
    Not going to say which college though.
    Anyone else ?
    Well done, why not saying which college? Did they call you?
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    Well done, why not saying which college? Did they all you?
    they emailed me.
    I just don't want to give away which college I might end up studying at, I know some of you are frustrated at me and if I were you I would also be but whether I mention it or not it doesn't make a difference.
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    they emailed me.
    I just don't want to give away which college I might end up studying at, I know some of you are frustrated at me and if I were you I would also be but whether I mention it or not it doesn't make a difference.
    Where did you apply originally?
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    Where did you apply originally?
    No comment
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    Where did you apply originally?
    Tateco... y u no have About me Section

    makes stalking very hard :sadnod:

    Where did you apply etc. and have you heard from Cam?
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    (Original post by MWM)
    thnx, How did you do ?
    And lordvulture made a good point on a different thread that all those with LSE offers are being made offers from Cambridge, goes to show that the LSE admissions process is quite effective in picking out the good applicants without interviews, no ?
    im still in year 12, so next year for me , yes, that happens with my school and UCL too (for medecine though)
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    (Original post by MWM)
    they emailed me.
    I just don't want to give away which college I might end up studying at, I know some of you are frustrated at me and if I were you I would also be but whether I mention it or not it doesn't make a difference.
    Good luck with the interview. So glad I got an offer instead of pool (obviously) an other interview would be terribly stressful during the exam period.
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    (Original post by MWM)
    thnx, How did you do ?
    And lordvulture made a good point on a different thread that all those with LSE offers are being made offers from Cambridge, goes to show that the LSE admissions process is quite effective in picking out the good applicants without interviews, no ?
    I don't fully agree with this. It works in some cases but not in others. For instance those with mediocre GCSE's such as myself (3A*'s 5A's 2B's and a C) wouldn't have a hope in hell of getting into LSE. Yet it's proven that such people can get offers at Cambridge as me and some other guy with 3A*'s at GCSE did. AS marks are a much better indicator and I don't know why more universities don't use them. According to the Trinity website, those who get 95% average in 3 subjects at AS are ten times more likely to get a first than those who get 85% average.
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    (Original post by stefl14)
    I don't fully agree with this. It works in some cases but not in others. For instance those with mediocre GCSE's such as myself (3A*'s 5A's 2B's and a C) wouldn't have a hope in hell of getting into LSE. Yet it's proven that such people can get offers at Cambridge as me and some other guy with 3A*'s at GCSE did. AS marks are a much better indicator and I don't know why more universities don't use them. According to the Trinity website, those who get 95% average in 3 subjects at AS are ten times more likely to get a first than those who get 85% average.
    Well, LSE do take into account UMS don't they? I thought UCL did too however, it seems they only asked UMS from those applying before 15th October (As far as I know, as lots of people who applied afterwards were supposedly not asked/ nothing was mentioned in their acknowledgement).
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    (Original post by Brand New Eyes)
    Tateco... y u no have About me Section

    makes stalking very hard :sadnod:

    Where did you apply etc. and have you heard from Cam?
    The good thing about these forums is anonymity, I got pooled :/

    (Original post by stefl14)
    I don't fully agree with this. It works in some cases but not in others. For instance those with mediocre GCSE's such as myself (3A*'s 5A's 2B's and a C) wouldn't have a hope in hell of getting into LSE. Yet it's proven that such people can get offers at Cambridge as me and some other guy with 3A*'s at GCSE did. AS marks are a much better indicator and I don't know why more universities don't use them. According to the Trinity website, those who get 95% average in 3 subjects at AS are ten times more likely to get a first than those who get 85% average.
    Shame it doesn't work for everyone, there's me left with an average higher than 95% and 5A* at GCSE getting pooled and nothing from anywhere else so far... :P
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    The good thing about these forums is anonymity, I got pooled :/
    I see Well congratulations on not getting rejected! Haha I guess that's true. I do worry sometimes that someone will spot me :ninja:

    My friend was also pooled
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    The good thing about these forums is anonymity, I got pooled :/
    Speaking of anonymity, how did you get rid of the "Last Activity..." bit on your profile?
 
 
 
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