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I want to study Economics at LSE, and am currently doing 3 A levels, an EPQ, and AS level further maths. LSE have said they will not disadvantage students for not doing A level further maths if their school does not offer it, but given that my school does offer the full A level, would I be disadvantaged.
Has anyone got into LSE for Economics from a similar position as me?
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(Original post by josh.a)
I want to study Economics at LSE, and am currently doing 3 A levels, an EPQ, and AS level further maths. LSE have said they will not disadvantage students for not doing A level further maths if their school does not offer it, but given that my school does offer the full A level, would I be disadvantaged.
Has anyone got into LSE for Economics from a similar position as me?
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/reque..._passthrough=1
The website 'what do they know' is helpful for admissions without further maths
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