MikeSike
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Hi all, I'm applying for 2022 undergraduate study and I'm looking at LSE's Economics and Econometrics .. course. The Econometrics course mentions 'students are rarely admitted' in the first year and the stats seem to show a <5% acceptance rate. Why would someone apply to this in the first year when the acceptance rates for normal Economics are already low? Personally, the more maths is involved, the better but I can't see why someone would risk such a thing.
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