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    LSE only stipulated a 85% percentile score for the Quantitative section.

    What about the Verbal and writing?

    I am a non-native speaker of english and I have a lot of problem learning all the vocab for the Verbal section. As such I have a feeling I am not going to do well for the Verbal section! Writing is pretty ok for me, I think i'll score around 4.0 to 5.0.

    Also, I did VERY badly for my 'A' levels. Is this going to be a problem? My undergrad scores are much better. (straight distinctions)

    Between a lousy Verbal score and very bad 'A' level grades, by how much will my Masters (MSc Finance and Econs) application be penalised?

    Thanks in advance!
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    They don't care about A levels when applying for MSc, I'm not sure about GRE, I was exempted from it.
 
 
 
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