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    So I'm an American applying to LSE for their international relations programs and they require 5 preferred AP's at a grade 5 or 4 preferred at 5 & 2 non-preferred at 5. I was wondering if the following AP's (which are all preferred mind you) would be looked favorably upon for the intended program:

    AP World History
    AP US History
    AP European History
    AP English Language
    AP Micro & Macro Economics

    If you have other suggestions please tell me!

    I think only the admissions officer will be able to answer that question accurately. Personally, I don't see why that wouldn't be a good combination given that you will be studying IR (I did IR at LSE too). As long as they are all preferred you should be fine.

    Make sure your personal statement is spot on and wastes no words on things that don't demonstrate how you are motivated and qualified. I think LSE attaches great weight to the personal statement as everyone applying there meets the grade requirements.
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