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So my school only provides us with Cambridge International AS and A Level English General Paper (AS Level only) (8021). My dream college is LSE and I am not gonna be giving IELTS. So can I submit these grades and my IGCSE grades to prove my competency level in English, and get in?
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So my school only provides us with Cambridge International AS and A Level English General Paper (AS Level only) (8021). My dream college is LSE and I am not gonna be giving IELTS. So can I submit these grades and my IGCSE grades to prove my competency level in English, and get in?
We accept a variety of English Language qualifications as outlined here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Un...e-requirements
Please note, it is only necessary to supply evidence of your English Language proficiency if you are made an offer. This is not necessary at the time of application.
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Hi all, the LSE said that due to COVID-19 the language requirements can be satisfied if one matches the English entry requirements for 2019, where can I find them?
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Hi all, the LSE said that due to COVID-19 the language requirements can be satisfied if one matches the English entry requirements for 2019, where can I find them?
A complete list of accepted undergraduate English Language qualifications can be seen here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Un...e-requirements
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I am talking about a Masters programme
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I am talking about a Masters programme
Hi, if you are a graduate offer holder, they will advise if you are eligible for a waiver based on their waiver conditions, including meeting last year's requirements: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Gr...e-requirements

If you have already taken a test, you should submit your scores to Graduate Admissions. They will contact you to advise if these are acceptable. Please see here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News

It is not necessary to meet our English Language requirements at the time of application. This is only required if you are made an offer.
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Hi, if you are a graduate offer holder, they will advise if you are eligible for a waiver based on their waiver conditions, including meeting last year's requirements: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Gr...e-requirements

If you have already taken a test, you should submit your scores to Graduate Admissions. They will contact you to advise if these are acceptable. Please see here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News

It is not necessary to meet our English Language requirements at the time of application. This is only required if you are made an offer.
Hi,yes, it was already pretty clear but thanks for your help. My original, and still, question is: what are the LAST YEAR'S requirements
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Hi,yes, it was already pretty clear but thanks for your help. My original, and still, question is: what are the LAST YEAR'S requirements
As mentioned, if you are made an offer the Graduate Admissions team will confirm then whether your existing scores meet last year's requirements.
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We accept a variety of English Language qualifications as outlined here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Un...e-requirements
Please note, it is only necessary to supply evidence of your English Language proficiency if you are made an offer. This is not necessary at the time of application.
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Hi, if you are a graduate offer holder, they will advise if you are eligible for a waiver based on their waiver conditions, including meeting last year's requirements: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Gr...e-requirements

If you have already taken a test, you should submit your scores to Graduate Admissions. They will contact you to advise if these are acceptable. Please see here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News

It is not necessary to meet our English Language requirements at the time of application. This is only required if you are made an offer.
I have IELTS results for a test I sat on 29th June 2019. Can this be accepted due to the COVID-19 situation?
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I have IELTS results for a test I sat on 29th June 2019. Can this be accepted due to the COVID-19 situation?
English tests must be less than two years old on 1 October 2021. As outlined above, if you have already received an offer, you are advised to contact the relevant Admissions team to discuss your offer conditions. It is not necessary to meet our English Language requirements at the time of application.
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Hi LSE,

I have requested for a waiver of the English language test requirement based on academic and professional credentials. Will these reasons be considered for a decision on waiver? If not, can a CAS be issued on the basis of Duolingo test results? The pandemic situation may not allow for test results to come in on time.
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