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    I want to study bsc finance/economics at LSE starting in September 2018. I am an international student and I do not have the possibility to take further maths at school. So I got to take the Edexcel international exams. Doing further maths up to A2 is a lot of work because I have to take exams for the maths modules as well and those I will be doing at my school. When I do further maths up to as level I have to sit just 3 or 4 exams instead of 8 I believe. So my question basically is; Will it hurt my chances of getting accepted by LSE when I only have further maths (grade A) up to AS level?
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    I would suggest contacting the university directly for any information on entry requirements/ what is preferred . This should help http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk...nomics-finance Good Luck !
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    I would suggest contacting the university directly for any information on entry requirements/ what is preferred . This should help http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk...nomics-finance Good Luck !
    Thank you for your reply. I did not mean the University of London though. The LSE website says that further maths is highly preferred for their economics and finance courses. But I was wondering if someone on TSR had studied fm up to as level only and still got accepted.
 
 
 
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