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Hello all,
I was wondering what my chance were like to become an investment banker with a history degree. I have no maths A-Level, so I am wondering how quantitative the job is, and therefore if its worth gaining the experience to become an analyst.
I am also aware that the LSE does a diploma in accounting and finance that requires no maths A-Level, and I am wondering whether this would help my chances.
The university I am attending is one of the London target unis.
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prep for tests / ints and have a story why banking, should be fine

9.62% chance
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Would I have a better chance if I went into the law and then applied for a banking job with the experience ?
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prep for tests / ints and have a story why banking, should be fine

9.62% chance
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(Original post by Yellowtree123)
Would I have a better chance if I went into the law and then applied for a banking job with the experience ?
stop asking dumb questions and start applying/building your profile up

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Would I have a better chance if I went into the law and then applied for a banking job with the experience ?
probs not
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