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    Hi all i just wanted to ask,

    what are peoples views about this course?:confused:
    Being an international student what are my chances of acceptance?
    and what other advice does anyone have on the whole application process?:confused:

    Thanks:yep:
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    Popular course, I believe, with lots of interesting modules to study.

    Where are you from? What kind of grades do you have?

    Make sure you get references from your teacher(s), and write a strong personal statement.
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    (Original post by Eazy.P)
    Hi all i just wanted to ask,

    what are peoples views about this course?:confused:
    Being an international student what are my chances of acceptance?
    and what other advice does anyone have on the whole application process?:confused:

    Thanks:yep:
    I applied to the same course to LSE just a few weeks ago.
    and I am also asking every1 around me the same questions u asked!

    apparently it is a very popular course at LSE, and it is highly competitive,
    all students who apply have a fair chance of being accepted, but in the end it all depends on your predicted grades and the personal statement.
    so you need to write an amazing personal statement that would really impress the admission officer, and the marks you are getting in school should meet their minimum requirements. that is a 37 with 6,6,6 at HL if you are doing the IB.
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    (Original post by Mike_P)
    Popular course, I believe, with lots of interesting modules to study.

    Where are you from? What kind of grades do you have?

    Make sure you get references from your teacher(s), and write a strong personal statement.

    Well i was born in angola, but i got noth angolan and portuguese nationalities...
    My predicted marks are:
    - A2: Maths A; Psychology A; Economics A
    - As: History B; French C
 
 
 
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