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    Hi,
    I will apply to LUC this December and my IB predicted grade is 33-35. The minimum offer for LUC is said to be 30, does anyone know what the typical offer is? Or if 30 is enough?
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by daena108)
    Hi,
    I will apply to LUC this December and my IB predicted grade is 33-35. The minimum offer for LUC is said to be 30, does anyone know what the typical offer is? Or if 30 is enough?
    Thanks!
    You'd do better asking in the existing Leiden thread in the Studying in the Netherlands forum.
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    Hey!As I went through the same process last year, here is what I found out:The IB requirement is indeed 30 points for the IB. Additionally you need to have a 4 for Math SL / HL (I believe) or a 5 for math studies. However, if you do not meet this you can still get accepted, though you'd take a math test or something in the beginning of the year.Good luck with your application process!
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    (Original post by daena108)
    Hi,
    I will apply to LUC this December and my IB predicted grade is 33-35. The minimum offer for LUC is said to be 30, does anyone know what the typical offer is? Or if 30 is enough?
    Thanks!
    When I talked to someone who works there she told me their typical offer was around 35 points.
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    (Original post by nunu10)
    When I talked to someone who works there she told me their typical offer was around 35 points.
    Thank you!
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    (Original post by daena108)
    Thank you!
    No problem have you had your interview already?
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    Hello! I have also applied for LUC The Hague, while I myself have not received any offers- my friend was accepted and only asked for a H3 in Honours Mathematics, (this is in the 70% to 79% range, not sure what the IB equivalent is). This being said, they were incredibly impressed by her application, as she had won the Irish national debating competition- going on to giving talks to our government on gender based violence and travelling to Malawi with an NGOs, amongst other things. Safe to say, she had an excellent CV, so it really depends on who you are and what you've done.
 
 
 
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