Msc Economics in LSEWatch
Math III (integral calculus)
Math IV (differential equations)
Statistics I & II
Econometrics I, II, III
Microeconomics I, II, and III
among others but as far as i´m concerned they only care about those topics
i´m a first class (9 out of 10)
the thing is.....
i had a bad first year because my job was so hard, (i worked in a factory, developing country lol)
so i got a D in Math I (linear algebra) and a C in Math II (differential calculus).
do i still have a chance of being accepted?
Sorry, are these grades from your Bachelor's degree? Perhaps check the requirement for your country at LSE website and check if your grades fulfill the minimum requirements. But for me, they seems good, but LSE is a very competitive univeristy and grades are not enough to get admitted, you also need to show your genuine interest, be sure of your career plan and have some experience in economics.