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    Hi and thank you for reading my post,

    I submitted my application through UCAS two days ago and LSE is my top choice, my subject is International Relations. I would like to know what are my real chances to be considered for the Assessment test and therefore have a chance to get into LSE.

    I am currently undertaking a University Foundation Course at EF Oxford, I passed the first term with good results; 75% which is more or less the equivalent of an A. Anyway, I will be taking Social Sciences and IR as modules for the coming terms.

    The thing is that my high school certificate is not recognized (Algerian Baccalaureate) even though I had good grades. I also have work experience as a French teacher in Algiers, I think this may help.

    Do you think I can make a competitive application and be eventually accepted?

    Sounds good to me !! I know this was posted ages ago but I hope you get it, you must be brave moving from Algeria to study here !!

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