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I had to take the ielts to be able to apply for London school of economics. The minimum requirements were a 7 overall (out of 9) and 6.5 for each section. I managed to get an 8 overall with grades above 8 for listening, speaking and reading. However I got a 6 in writing (due to lack of sleep before taking the test). So, do I have to take the test again or can the university be lenient with that.
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I had to take the ielts to be able to apply for London school of economics. The minimum requirements were a 7 overall (out of 9) and 6.5 for each section. I managed to get an 8 overall with grades above 8 for listening, speaking and reading. However I got a 6 in writing (due to lack of sleep before taking the test). So, do I have to take the test again or can the university be lenient with that.
Hello, it is not necessary to meet our English language requirements at the time of application. If you are made an offer, this will be conditional on achieving the scores listed on our English Language page.

The standard IELTS (Academic) requirement is 7.0 overall, with a 7.0 overall and a 6.5 in the Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking sections. As your current Writing score does not fulfil this requirement, if you are made an offer, you will need to re-take IELTS or obtain an alternative accepted English language qualification.
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