Do you think I have a chance at applying to LSE for their MSc program in International Employment Relations and HRM? I'm a Canadian student, and my cumulative gpa is 70%, which puts me at 6.33 on a 9.0 scale (I'm assuming this is a low 2:1 by UK standard). LSE requires Canadian applicants to hold a 7.0 on a 9.0 scale. Aside from this, I have a case published and completed an internship.
They now require a GMAT/GRE, which I don't understand why, considering the program is interdisciplinary and very qualitative. Plus, I don't do too well with standardized tests, so if I don't have a chance, I'd most rather save time and money. Can GMAT/GRE's be waived?
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