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Hii - Just wanted to ask whether I should apply to LSE Economics when I don't have further maths. It didn't explicitly say so in their website but I've been hearing that they reject you instantly if you don't take it. Also, how about UCL, Warwick and Bristol?

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I would advise you not to apply for Econ at LSE because only 5-10% of applicants who receive offers do not take FM. However, this is dependent on whether you had the option to take FM at school. If you did, then you would be disadvantaged otherwise it may be ok to apply. I know for Warwick around 50% of people get in without taking FM.
Alternatively, you could apply for a joint course like Econ and Econ history but I'm pretty sure they don't really require FM but make sure to check the website to confirm this.
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Think you'd be fine for Warwick & Bristol, but you'd probably be at an disadvantage applying to LSE & UCL w/o FM.
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