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    Hey so I'm doing IBDP and my current UPG is 38/45 with the following breakdown:

    - 7 in Economics
    - 6 in Geography
    - 5 in Physics

    - 6 in English Literature
    - 6 in Chinese B
    - 5 in Mathematics

    - A in TOK
    - B in EE

    I'm thinking of applying to:
    - International Business, Finance and Economics at Manchester University
    (Entry Requirements at 35 points overall, 6,6,5 at HL and atleast a 5 in SL Math)
    - Economics and Finance (OR ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT) at Bristol University (Entry requirements: 36 points overall, 18 at HL, 7 in SL Mathematics)
    - Economics and International Economics at Nottingham University (Entry Requirement: 38 points)
    - Political Economy at King's College London (35 points with 6,6,6 at HL)
    - I'm not so sure about the last one so please help me!!

    My options for the last application are:
    - Economics and Politics with International Studies at Warwick University (Entry Requirements: 38 points overall, 5 in SL Maths)
    - Accounting and Finance at LSE (Entry requirements: 38 points)
    - Economics with Management at Durham University (Entry Requirements: 38 points)

    What do you guys think are my chances of getting in for any of these?

    What country is this?
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    - Btw an update, I went 2 points up. So Geography is now a 7 and English Literature is also a 7. Hence, now my total point score is 40/45...

    Any ideas on my chances?
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