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    I was wondering how many applicants there were per place to study Law at KCL or LSE ? I know Lse's acceptance rate was 6% for law but KCL does not give such statistics ...... ?!!!!?
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    (Original post by MonkeyUSB)
    Hi,
    I was wondering how many applicants there were per place to study Law at KCL or LSE ? I know Lse's acceptance rate was 6% for law but KCL does not give such statistics ...... ?!!!!?
    I’m doing the same as you. What did u get for GCSE and what are your predicted grades?
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    Offer rate is more important than acceptance rate by the way.
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    (Original post by MonkeyUSB)
    Hi,
    I was wondering how many applicants there were per place to study Law at KCL or LSE ? I know Lse's acceptance rate was 6% for law but KCL does not give such statistics ...... ?!!!!?
    LSE's offer rate for law is 18%. KCL's is 27%. What you detailed was the ratio of applicants: places. That ratio is less useful than the offer rate, because it doesn't account for the number of people who a) got an offer but firmed another university, b) missed their offer, or c) were unable to start uni that year because of unforeseen circumstances.

    Whichuni lists the offer rate for all law courses in the UK (and a lot more besides that). It's a helpful resource.

    https://university.which.co.uk/londo...0-m100-1025486
    https://university.which.co.uk/kings...0-m100-1018986
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    (Original post by GovernmentEarner)
    Offer rate is more important than acceptance rate by the way.
    Thanks for the tip !
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    (Original post by JohanGRK)
    LSE's offer rate for law is 18%. KCL's is 27%. What you detailed was the ratio of applicants: places. That ratio is less useful than the offer rate, because it doesn't account for the number of people who a) got an offer but firmed another university, b) missed their offer, or c) were unable to start uni that year because of unforeseen circumstances.

    Whichuni lists the offer rate for all law courses in the UK (and a lot more besides that). It's a helpful resource.

    https://university.which.co.uk/londo...0-m100-1025486
    https://university.which.co.uk/kings...0-m100-1018986
    Thanks for that !
 
 
 
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