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My a level predicted grades-
A- accounting
A- business studies
A- mathematics pure
B- economics

I'm trying to go for finance and accounting in Durham, Nottingham, king's.
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Durham and Nottingham yes but King's might be a lot more difficult. Looked it up and Durham and Nottingham want an AAB anyways so u should be fine there. King's has always been pretty difficult to get into from what I've seen.
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Durham and Nottingham yes but King's might be a lot more difficult. Looked it up and Durham and Nottingham want an AAB anyways so u should be fine there. King's has always been pretty difficult to get into from what I've seen.
Hi thanks for sharing your views. What about lse , Strathclyde or bath?
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LSE you have a great shot, again its difficult to get into considering its probably the best university for a business degree. Strathclyde I don't know much about however their entry requirement is an AAA however most universities are lenient with entry marks and that was prior to covid so again depending on your UCAS application and the number of applicants I don't see there being a massive issue. Bath is similar to Durham and Nottingham whereby you have a good shot at it too.
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Hi thanks for sharing your views. What about lse , Strathclyde or bath?
https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/U...ns-Information

Accounting is a 'non-preferred' A level for LSE as s Business Studies
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https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/U...ns-Information

Accounting is a 'non-preferred' A level for LSE as s Business Studies
If I'm not mistaken the accounting department at LSE considers accounting as a preferred subject and his degree is under this department. I'm not 100% sure about it so it's worth taking a look at their website
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If I'm not mistaken the accounting department at LSE considers accounting as a preferred subject and his degree is under this department. I'm not 100% sure about it so it's worth taking a look at their website
I think thats the case - its a flagged exception to their normal policy. Not sure whether they would consider economics and business studies as being overlapping.
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