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Carr Saunders Halls, LSE
London School of Economics
London

ucas application lse

I want to apply for econ and phil at lse but I am just waiting for my physics predicted grade to go back up after mocks in jan and I have nowhere near finished my personal statement. I think I will end up applying very close to the deadline at this rate (maybe around the 25th of Jan and the deadline is the 31st). I know for some unis applying early can make a considerable difference on whether you can get in or not but does anyone know how much LSE care about it? Does it not make much of a difference at all?
LSE like all universities understand how to treat all applications received by the deadline fairly.

Most applicants have no control over when their applications are submitted to UCAS - that’s something controlled by their school/college and can be due to delays in writing references.

If you apply before the deadline then it makes no difference whether you apply in September or January to your chances of an offer
Carr Saunders Halls, LSE
London School of Economics
London

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