I'm currently doing GCSE and looking at University options.
I want to do Economics + Geography at LSE but i'm not too sure as to what requirements they want
I've looked properly at the website and the admission stuff but all i can find is that i need to get an A at Maths
I'm looking at around 4 to 7 A* at GCSE but with that, i am not sure if LSE looks at GCSE's for economics+Geography as much as they look at it for economics on its own.
For A level i am going to take Maths Physics Economics Geography so that may put me at an advantage and i am probably, not sure, but likely to get at the least AABB
In addition, if there is anyone who takes Economics + Geography at hte moment in LSE, how many people are taken in? Is it hard to get accepted? If you are currently studying it, what results for A Level and GCSE did you get?
Thanks A Lot!!
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- 08-06-2008 17:25
- 18-06-2008 15:43
I would imagine the requirements are about AAB or AAA at the moment - so pretty high. And by the time you apply to uni (with grade inflation and everything) the offer could be higher. You look like you know what you are doing, just work hard, and get decent grades thats what you need to think about right now.
- 19-06-2008 11:29
AAA is standard offer, its tough to get in even if you are expected to get that due to LSE's high foreign intake.