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    does anyone know if LSE keeps records of past applications and if so for how long? does it have an impact on their decision - for instance if you were not accepted for one program and applied several years later for a different program?
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    Not sure what circumstance you're in, but I applied while I was doing A levels, and got 5 rejections from top 5 unis. Then applied year after, with my grades...not fantastic, AAB in poor subjects to the same unis....and got 5 offers and 1 rejection (Ox)....so Id probs say that they take you application on face value....if you got rejected one year for one course, and then applied another year for the same course/different course....you are justr as likely to get a place. Some would argue even more likely....along the lines....they applied last year....oh and there back again....they obviously really want to come to LSE.....but you never can tell.
 
 
 
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