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Please can someone guide me.
I got predicted A IN MATHS and A* in economics, English and philosophy. Would LSE consider final exam grades over predicted as I’m capable of achieving A* and I disagree with my predicted A in Maths?
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Please can someone guide me.
I got predicted A IN MATHS and A* in economics, English and philosophy. Would LSE consider final exam grades over predicted as I’m capable of achieving A* and I disagree with my predicted A in Maths?
Applying Post A-Level with your A-Level grades is considered to be advantageous. Because they are your actual achieved exam grades.

Are you taking a year out to improve A-Level Maths to A* grade? If so, why not consider doing A-Level Further Maths as well? Because LSE love A-Level Further Maths for a lot of their courses.
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