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I am an international student from India, applying for LSE undergraduate programme in Management for 2022. My ICSE and ISC Board % is 95.16 and 95.00 My TOEFEL score is 112. what are my chances of getting into LSE undergraduate course in Management and chances of getting scholarship. I have good extracurriculars as well
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LSE don't care about your extracurriculars at all.
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LSE don't care about your extracurriculars at all.
what about chances of getting scholarship??
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what about chances of getting scholarship??
I don't know enough about your country's grading system to comment on that. I just know LSE don't care about extracurriculars, neither do any top UK schools.
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I am an international student from India, applying for LSE undergraduate programme in Management for 2022. My ICSE and ISC Board % is 95.16 and 95.00 My TOEFEL score is 112. what are my chances of getting into LSE undergraduate course in Management and chances of getting scholarship. I have good extracurriculars as well
Hi
I am also from India CBSE board and I am applying for economics and economic history
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(Original post by Gaju1869)
I am an international student from India, applying for LSE undergraduate programme in Management for 2022. My ICSE and ISC Board % is 95.16 and 95.00 My TOEFEL score is 112. what are my chances of getting into LSE undergraduate course in Management and chances of getting scholarship. I have good extracurriculars as well
Your board score is really good and I think it'll be fine for LSE. The only thing is you need to make your personal statement good and include a lot of supercurriculars. UK schools (especially the top ones) don't care that much about your extra curriculars. They mainly care about activities that are subject specific to you degree.
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I am also from India CBSE board and I am applying for economics and economic history
Hi, I have a question regarding predicted grades for CBSE. Do schools need to provide per subject predicted grades or just the overall?
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Hi, I have a question regarding predicted grades for CBSE. Do schools need to provide per subject predicted grades or just the overall?
Per subject
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Per subject
That is strange. My son's teacher told me that she just got an overall grade question and not per subject. Are you sure it is per subject? or are you assuming?
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That is strange. My son's teacher told me that she just got an overall grade question and not per subject. Are you sure it is per subject? or are you assuming?
Last year when I got my predicted scores they were per subject like 90 in English and 95 in maths
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Last year when I got my predicted scores they were per subject like 90 in English and 95 in maths
got predicted scores from School, right? In my case also the school gave my son per subject predicted grades on a letterhead. The question is: when the reference teacher was filling them up in UCAS reference form, did they have per subject option or just one overall.
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Do you go Ealing CC by any chance ?
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got predicted scores from School, right? In my case also the school gave my son per subject predicted grades on a letterhead. The question is: when the reference teacher was filling them up in UCAS reference form, did they have per subject option or just one overall.
Teacher simply needs to submit scan copy of the predicted grades not fill anything
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Teacher simply needs to submit scan copy of the predicted grades not fill anything
For UCAS, teacher will get a link where he/she fills in the scores.
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