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Arts and sciences tells you to hand in another questionnaire if you meet the entry requirements which will be assessed instead of your personal statement. Btw are any of you planning on embarking on a career path that isn’t completely business management e.g finance, banking
Probably finance
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Yeah! Just two in the UK, since I'm from EU (Poland) and recent threefold fees increase made it less appealing for me unless I stand a chance to get in to the top notch ones
But UCL Management Science is arguably and probably better than LSE Management. Apply to UCL as well
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But UCL Management Science is arguably and probably better than LSE Management. Apply to UCL as well
Well, that's arguable to be honest since LSE Management (contrary to what the name says) has still a lot of economics content. Nonetheless, all of those are pretty expensive compared to EU.
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Hey, has anyone received an offer from LSE Management?
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Hey, has anyone received an offer from LSE Management?
No one so far. I believe the earliest they give offers is December.
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No one so far. I believe the earliest they give offers is December.
Thanks for the answer, I was a bit stressed because I applied on October and didn't heard back from them!
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This is a thread for those applying to LSE Management, entry 2021/22 year. Provide this info (if you want):
1. Date applied
2. Have you received a decision, if so, send the date.
3. What other unis are you applying for? Any offers?
4. Predicted grades

Feel free to express your concerns and questions about the course here. Some current students may answer them.
1. 5/10/20
2. no
3. EandM Oxford, St Andrews, Edinburgh, Exeter Economics with Finance (offer)#
4. A*A*A* (Maths, History, Economics)
Also have an A* in EPQ on Iraq War (bit odd I know)
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Thanks for the answer, I was a bit stressed because I applied on October and didn't heard back from them!
What’s your predicted?
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Hi, I'm considering applying to LSE Management but my GCSE grades, A-Level predictions is seriously putting me off.

Predicted Grades: AAA (Maths, Economics, Physics)
Other Universities that I'm probably going to apply to: UCL, Kings, Queen Mary's, Nottingham
GCSE Grades (not proud of them): 9887777666

Also the other universities I applied to are mostly Economics courses, can I still get into LSE Management with an Economics personal statement?
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(Original post by PranPlays35)
Hi, I'm considering applying to LSE Management but my GCSE grades, A-Level predictions is seriously putting me off.

Predicted Grades: AAA (Maths, Economics, Physics)
Other Universities that I'm probably going to apply to: UCL, Kings, Queen Mary's, Nottingham
GCSE Grades (not proud of them): 9887777666

Also the other universities I applied to are mostly Economics courses, can I still get into LSE Management with an Economics personal statement?
Your grades and subjects are perfectly fine. Trust me. The only worry should be whether your personal statement is good enough or not.
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Your grades and subjects are perfectly fine. Trust me. The only worry should be whether your personal statement is good enough or not.
Your GCSEs are fine. But If you’re ps is on the verge of being accepted then they’ll turn to your GCSEs to see your track record. I don’t think they care too much about GCSEs tbh.
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Is there a chance of me being accepted if I was awarded a B for AS maths? :/
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Is there a chance of me being accepted if I was awarded a B for AS maths? :/
It depends on your A-Level predicted grade for maths? Maths at AS is super easy to get an A in. But I suppose if it was after this year, then you could be fine. None the less it’s dependant on your predict maths a level grade.
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It depends on your A-Level predicted grade for maths? Maths at AS is super easy to get an A in. But I suppose if it was after this year, then you could be fine. None the less it’s dependant on your predict maths a level grade.
Yea I was predicted an A for maths, just worried if they would consider our awarded AS grades more than our predicteds. My college took into account our class tests which no one really pays attention to haha so that lowered my chances of getting an a at AS
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6th November
No decision :/
Applied to Warwick (offer), loughborough (offer), leeds (offer), bath and LSE
Predicted grades are A*AA
P.s. has anyone received a confirmation email saying that LSE have got their application because I've had that from all of my other unis except from LSE
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6th November
No decision :/
Applied to Warwick (offer), loughborough (offer), leeds (offer), bath and LSE
Predicted grades are A*AA
P.s. has anyone received a confirmation email saying that LSE have got their application because I've had that from all of my other unis except from LSE
Check your junk mail. You should email LSE because apparently there’s been a fault with receiving applications. Check they have yours.
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Check your junk mail. You should email LSE because apparently there’s been a fault with receiving applications. Check they have yours.
Do you know what email I should contact I cant seem to find it anywhere on the website?
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13th Oct
No decision
Applied to Bath(offer) Loughborough(offer) Manchester(offer) Warwick, and LSE
predicted grades: A*AA with an A in EPQ
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Anyone received an offer or rejection yet?
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Anyone received an offer or rejection yet?
nope
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