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    Hey Guys... so i have a problem and wanted to seek advice from others around my age

    I am an international student and i have offers from LSE and Kings College London for management.

    My subjects i have taken up at A levels are :

    Math ( AS A)
    Economics ( AS - B)
    Physics ( AS - C - redoing)
    Business studies ( AS - A )

    the conditionals i have recieved for Kings college London are AAA in any three and i was considering dropping physics to concentrate on the other three subjects to meet the offer.

    a conditional of AAB from LSE came as a shock to me, but they disregard Business Studies as an A level. Which means i have to do AS and A level physics and get at least a B, and somehow convert my As B grade to an A in economics.

    However, i fear that by concentrating too much on physics, i my not achieve the A in economics and so both LSE and KCL go out of the picture which means ill end up in a local college in my country which i do not want!

    What do i doooo!
    Should i reject LSE, drop physics and concentrate on getting AAA in the other three and go to Kings?

    Please reply fast
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