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If you have either 1) been predicted the grades that lse requires or 2) have achieved the required grades at As level (which means there's a high probability u would achieve the same grade at A level) then u have a chance .


But make sure you put the effort into your personal statement n focus on getting really good references. Type into Google what sort of things should be included in your personal statement n also look at the lse website to see what they want written in the personal statement . Sell your passion also to your teachers so that I can sell you In the reference.
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I had much worse GCSEs, ABCC at AS an AAB (the required) predicted at A-Level. I'm now studying sociology at LSE.
Basically, you need the predicted grades required to even be considered. Then you need a good personal statement, one that doesn't sound cliche like the rest and is personal to you. Other than that there's not much you can do, but with a good personal statement there's no reason for you not to apply!


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Also the LSE sociology undergrad page has a section on what they look for in a personal statement if you look (I'm not sure exactly where)


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Does LSE require four AS subjects?
Can I apply with three AS subjects?
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Also depends if Urdu is your first language, because I think they don't count A-levels in first language.
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Thank you
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Hey, I'm coming from Switzerland and applying to Sociology too at LSE. I guess I'm a little late compared to you guys! For those interested in talking to current LSE students, I've just tried Unibudy after seeing their website in my Facebook feed. Just thought it might help!
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(Original post by smegsxo)
I had much worse GCSEs, ABCC at AS an AAB (the required) predicted at A-Level. I'm now studying sociology at LSE.
Basically, you need the predicted grades required to even be considered. Then you need a good personal statement, one that doesn't sound cliche like the rest and is personal to you. Other than that there's not much you can do, but with a good personal statement there's no reason for you not to apply!


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Hi I've been looking for someone who studies sociology at LSE as I have a couple of questions if you do not mind.

1. Would you say the course is interesting and is the reading hard?

2. Is your work load hard to manage?

3. What internships have you gotten from LSE or what job are you planning to go into? (So the prosepects basically)

Sorry for so many I'm just very curious, thank you
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