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    I have a question...

    My personal statement is based on actuarial science and I've talked a lot of about Maths and statistics in my personal statement.

    For four of my five choices I'm applying for actuarial science courses (In LSE, Warwick, Manchester, City University London)

    For my last choice, I am thinking of applying for financial mathematics at Loughborough. Would I get likely get an offer or not? (Typical offer AAB) I don't want to waste one of my choices but I am interested in this course as well.

    (GCSE - 7A* 2A 1B, AS grades - AAAAB, A2 Predictions - A*A*A in Maths, Further Maths, Physics)
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    (Original post by kelvin1338)
    I have a question...

    My personal statement is based on actuarial science and I've talked a lot of about Maths and statistics in my personal statement.

    For four of my five choices I'm applying for actuarial science courses (In LSE, Warwick, Manchester, City University London)

    For my last choice, I am thinking of applying for financial mathematics at Loughborough. Would I get likely get an offer or not? (Typical offer AAB) I don't want to waste one of my choices but I am interested in this course as well.

    (GCSE - 7A* 2A 1B, AS grades - AAAAB, A2 Predictions - A*A*A in Maths, Further Maths, Physics)
    If you grades are good enough to get you an offer from LSE or Warwick then im sure loughborough would most likely give you an offer regardless of your personal statement.
 
 
 
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