I am currently studying in 12th grade at the Ness Wadia college of commerce in Pune which is aligned with the Maharashtra State Board(HSC), India. PREDICTED SCORE - 91.6% + 2A's in Health and Physical education and Environmental Science(Max. Score A)
I am willing to pursue undergrad in economics in the UK
I scored 9.4 CGPA(which translates to 87.4%) in my 10th grade. In my 11th grade, I Took commerce and scored 87.3%(overall) and secured the 3rd rank in my entire batch of 800 students. The scorecard read as follows-
1. Book keeping and accounts 94
2. Economics 93
3. Environmental science 96
4. Business studies 86
5. Mathematics 83
6. English 71
7. Computer science 93
Other academic achievements:
1. TOEFL 111
2. Made study papers for economics(reforms in the Indian banking industry since 1991), accountancy(working of a Demat account) and business studies(working of consumer courts in India)
1. Founder of a MUN club in Pune which catered to over 300 students internationally and had a turnover of Rs. 4,50,000. Roles handled: head of hospitality, head of finance, head of corporate affairs
2. Worked at MUN world India as an intern for over 6 months. My role was to make study guides for different committees and country portfolios.
3. Worked at writers club for 8 months as the head of marketing.
4. Been to over 15 MUN conferences since May 2015
5. Vice-captain of school cricket team for 4 years
6. Played badminton for my junior college at regional level
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Which top universities should I apply to? watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-11-2017 15:32
- 06-11-2017 15:36
.....and your budget is?? If you have no financial worries then try for London School of Economics?
- Thread Starter
- 06-11-2017 15:40
(Original post by Svij123)
- 06-11-2017 15:48
Fortunately, I have no financial restrictions. But, is my score alright for a competitive course like economics?
This should take you to LSE Economics web page. Try contacting them and see if they accept your qualifications. I think you have a good set of grades/marks there to get into "top unis" if they accept your qualifications but whatever I say will not be certain.