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    Not familiar with AP tests tbh. If you got accepted by King's & with LNAt of 28, I think u will get +ve responses from the other two. Good luck,mate.
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    I heard from mates in the Far East that many decisions will be made in next 1-2 weeks. Those applicants from Singapore will be getting their A levels very soon and those with offers will make their final choices. May sound unfair somewhat but brainy Singapore applicants form a huge portion of UK's top varsities (esp Oxbridge & Lon colleges & LLB)...~30% of non-UK/EU applicants.
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    (Original post by Mieleki)
    Offer rate for LSE and UCL is for both around 20%. It fluctuates by a small margin each year. KCL is, I believe, around 30%. As at LSE they do not look at your LNAT, the admission process is said to be a bit random (therefore stellar grades are key). The average LNAT scores of students are 28/29 for UCL and 25/26 for KCL. UCL is known for emphasizing the essay part of the LNAT test.

    Therefore, for all of your chosen universities, you must maintain a high grade standard with good to perfect personal statement. Additionally for UCL and KCL, you must achieve an above average score in LNAT. Especially for UCL.
    (The LNAT numbers are from people who made a freedom of information request. This is what the faculties came up with)
    Do you know what the LNAT score needed for 2018 entry into the university of Glasgow is?
 
 
 
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