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Andre-Santos
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Me and my mates were wondering which of these departments has the best looking students :

Economics
Law
Economic History
Social Policy
International Relations


Of course attractiveness is subjective, but we have a theory and would like it if those actually studying there could give us their opinions
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I was going to answer your other question, but based on this, you sound like a tosser, so meh.
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I was going to answer your other question, but based on this, you sound like a tosser, so meh.
Haha, horrible assumption. My question was out of curiousity.. I would like to have your opinion but if you dont want to share it, then thats fine.
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(Original post by Andre-Santos)
Me and my mates were wondering which of these departments has the best looking students :

Economics
Law
Economic History
Social Policy
International Relations


Of course attractiveness is subjective, but we have a theory and would like it if those actually studying there could give us their opinions
accounting and finance hahaha...

no but seriously; I'm guessing the best looking students are drawn to the more people-oriented subjects like IR and SP because of their personal need to continuously fulfill their high social interaction quotas.

Thus I would also expect that the standard assumption relating to the physical beauty of students of calculative subjects, such as Econometrics, is that they tend to draw the more socially awkward students, and by extension, aesthetically unpleasing students.

Why?
Because increased retractions from society and interaction cause people to deviate and generate more interest in auxiliary subjects and interests.

Thus... a subjective approximation:
0. ACC&FIN
1. IR
2. SP
3. ECO
4. LAW
5. ECO H

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accounting and finance hahaha...

no but seriously; I'm guessing the best looking students are drawn to the more people-oriented subjects like IR and SP because of their personal need to continuously fulfill their high social interaction quotas.

Thus I would also expect that the standard assumption relating to the physical beauty of students of calculative subjects, such as Econometrics, is that they tend to draw the more socially awkward students, and by extension, aesthetically unpleasing students.

Why?
Because increased retractions from society and interaction causes people to deviate and generate more interest in auxiliary subjects and interests.

Thus... a subjective approximation:
0. ACC&FIN
1. IR
2. SP
3. ECO
4. LAW
5. ECO H


Haha, I take it you must study at the LSE on the accounting&finance course ?

I agree with your assumption overall and your reasoning is 100% valid.

I would like to know whether this is actually true though (acc&fin being top), and also if economic history really has the less attractive students..
Anyone at lse know?
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What are you 12?
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lol
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Geography with Economics, naturally.
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