May I ask, why LSE over Oxford (especially with scholarship??????)(Original post by krazykeys)
The Law tutor at Merton said to me they don't generaly like people who just do 3 A Levels. TBH i cant imagine it matters, I dont think anyone gets in based on their A Levels, its more interviews and their tests.
LSE is great but mostly for postgrad stuff, as an undergrad school it's lacklustre (THIS IS ALL MY OPINION THOUGH) and the social life is pretty poor, according to my friends that went there. It's full mostly of chinese and indian nerds that do very little outside of their rooms and lecture theatres and are just chasing the millionaire dream (again, just my opinion). When I went on the open day I asked them what they do for fun and very little interested me :/.
Oxford is balanced and has an amazing social community WITH, arguably, a much more interesting and philosophy-based course. But hey, that's just me.
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?