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    Dear all

    I have been finished my MBA in oil and gas management in London , I applied to take masters in development political economics in SOAS , they told me that I have to take diploma first then apply for the msc , first does economics in diploma has a lot of mathematic and how calculus is difficult ? Second question how hard is the study there and how is the exams looks like is it difficult and is the pass rate is 40% or 50% ? And is Soas is a good university ? Are the tutors friendly ? Is it difficult after the diploma access the msc ? My MBA was all carouse works and now I see they have exams even for postgraduates which scares me ! And is the msc important in development political economy and is it good for getting jobs in future
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    What maths have you done previously ... ? A level ?
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    I studied math in my country Iraq so I don'tknow what is a level the system is different
 
 
 
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