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    Hi, interested to know what you think are average UMS scores for an economics offer receiver for LSE/UCL/Warwick Economics?

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    Would ~90 UMS be typical?


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    I think only LSE would ask, and maybe UCl/Warwick if youre not taking FM, however the majority of succesful offer holders will get >90 and most will get an A* in maths a level. I think if you get say 85+ LSE will be hapoy though.

    I dont think Warwick are too strict (no A* required), but for the actual course, it will definetly help being strong at Maths, so just try the best you can!
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    (Original post by Sonnyjimisgod)
    I think only LSE would ask, and maybe UCl/Warwick if youre not taking FM, however the majority of succesful offer holders will get >90 and most will get an A* in maths a level. I think if you get say 85+ LSE will be hapoy though.

    I dont think Warwick are too strict (no A* required), but for the actual course, it will definetly help being strong at Maths, so just try the best you can!
    since I am applying to Oxford (and they expect you to declare your UMS) I will by default have to declare it for LSE/UCL/Warwick as well.

    I think I got in the region of:

    C1: 97
    C2: 89
    M1: 100



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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    since I am applying to Oxford (and they expect you to declare your UMS) I will by default have to declare it for LSE/UCL/Warwick as well.

    I think I got in the region of:

    C1: 97
    C2: 89
    M1: 100



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    They are excellent, no need to worry.

    Extra curriculars and other activities that show interest in your course, and future career are very important at the like of LSE/Warwick, probably more so than Oxford where they will be expecting you to be academically brilliant.
 
 
 
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