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I had recently took an itelts test and ahd the result of an overall of 7.5 but a writing of 6.5.However, I wish to go to LSE which require a 7 in each component.Should I reatke the test now or after I receive the offer?Will it be too late?
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I think that it actually is part of your offer, so as long as you achieve the grade before the A level results day you should be ok.
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I think that it actually is part of your offer, so as long as you achieve the grade before the A level results day you should be ok.
Do you think the school will accept a miss of 0.5 for writing if I really get an offer?Really don't to retake it...
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Do you think the school will accept a miss of 0.5 for writing if I really get an offer?Really don't to retake it...
I don't know, I think these are more hard and fast boundaries so you would have to retake it. Best to ask the admissions team though.
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Presuming that you are an international student, they are unlikely to be flexible with their IELTS requirements unless you have another accepted English qualification. They will potentially be issuing you a CAS for study in the U.K., so need to be able to evidence to the UKVI you you have met their requirements.
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