LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


Same!
- fee
- cv
- transcript
- letters
- ps

my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something


Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...
Same!
- fee
- cv
- transcript
- letters
- ps

[quote][quote]my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something
[/quote]

Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...[/quote]
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pHcare
We're all on the same boat. I got my application ID on November 20. I didn't notice any movement in my transcripts since I activated my account, but the order is the same as yours. I emailed the Law Department and the response I got was that they do not answer admission-related inquiries. I was directed to send an inquiry through the central inquiry system instead. I sent an email through said system and no response yet since January 25.

Has anyone been admitted to LSE whose transcripts didn't have any movement in his/her LSE for You account before receiving the offer of admission?

Same!
- fee
- cv
- transcript
- letters
- ps

my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something


Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...
We're all on the same boat. I got my application ID on November 20. I didn't notice any movement in my transcripts since I activated my account, but the order is the same as yours. I emailed the Law Department and the response I got was that they do not answer admission-related inquiries. I was directed to send an inquiry through the central inquiry system instead. I sent an email through said system and no response yet since January 25.

Has anyone been admitted to LSE whose transcripts didn't have any movement in his/her LSE for You account before receiving the offer of admission?

[quote]Same!
- fee
- cv
- transcript
- letters
- ps

[quote][quote]my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something
[/quote]

Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...[/quote][/quote]
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We're all on the same boat. I got my application ID on November 20. I didn't notice any movement in my transcripts since I activated my account, but the order is the same as yours. I emailed the Law Department and the response I got was that they do not answer admission-related inquiries. I was directed to send an inquiry through the central inquiry system instead. I sent an email through said system and no response yet since January 25.

Has anyone been admitted to LSE whose transcripts didn't have any movement in his/her LSE for You account before receiving the offer of admission?

Same!
- fee
- cv
- transcript
- letters
- ps



Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...


I think with a call it is easier to reach them. However, I called them already several times for my LLM application and for the Econ application of my boyfriend, they always they "yes, in two weeks you should receive an answer". They say this whenever you call, even when the two weeks are already over, so we just can wait and from my view, it's useless to call them :-/

Transcript: yes, I've read of a few people who had no movements but received an offer. I think if your transcript moves, it is at least an indicator that you are not rejected. the logic works only in one direction, no movement does not necessarily mean rejection, from what I've seen.

[Edited by billabongs81 on Feb 06, 2019]

[quote]We're all on the same boat. I got my application ID on November 20. I didn't notice any movement in my transcripts since I activated my account, but the order is the same as yours. I emailed the Law Department and the response I got was that they do not answer admission-related inquiries. I was directed to send an inquiry through the central inquiry system instead. I sent an email through said system and no response yet since January 25.

Has anyone been admitted to LSE whose transcripts didn't have any movement in his/her LSE for You account before receiving the offer of admission?

[quote]Same!
- fee
- cv
- transcript
- letters
- ps

[quote][quote]my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something
[/quote]

Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...[/quote][/quote][/quote]

I think with a call it is easier to reach them. However, I called them already several times for my LLM application and for the Econ application of my boyfriend, they always they "yes, in two weeks you should receive an answer". They say this whenever you call, even when the two weeks are already over, so we just can wait and from my view, it's useless to call them :-/

Transcript: yes, I've read of a few people who had no movements but received an offer. I think if your transcript moves, it is at least an indicator that you are not rejected. the logic works only in one direction, no movement does not necessarily mean rejection, from what I've seen.
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pHcare
Applications submitted a week before ours were decided last week, based on the posts here and in TSR. Also, by my count, decisions come out anywhere between the 11th and 12th week from the time the application was deemed complete. If LSE were to follow its rolling admissions policy, ours should come out this week or next. I'm not sure though if the 2-week delay started affecting applications deemed complete after the second week of November. If that is the case, we will have to wait until the end of the month for the results.
Applications submitted a week before ours were decided last week, based on the posts here and in TSR. Also, by my count, decisions come out anywhere between the 11th and 12th week from the time the application was deemed complete. If LSE were to follow its rolling admissions policy, ours should come out this week or next. I'm not sure though if the 2-week delay started affecting applications deemed complete after the second week of November. If that is the case, we will have to wait until the end of the month for the results.
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Applications submitted a week before ours were decided last week, based on the posts here and in TSR. Also, by my count, decisions come out anywhere between the 11th and 12th week from the time the application was deemed complete. If LSE were to follow its rolling admissions policy, ours should come out this week or next. I'm not sure though if the 2-week delay started affecting applications deemed complete after the second week of November. If that is the case, we will have to wait until the end of the month for the results.


I'm also confident that end of this week or next week there will be an answer to our applications (~ID received 20 Nov) when looking at the people who received answers. Fingers crossed
[quote]Applications submitted a week before ours were decided last week, based on the posts here and in TSR. Also, by my count, decisions come out anywhere between the 11th and 12th week from the time the application was deemed complete. If LSE were to follow its rolling admissions policy, ours should come out this week or next. I'm not sure though if the 2-week delay started affecting applications deemed complete after the second week of November. If that is the case, we will have to wait until the end of the month for the results.[/quote]

I'm also confident that end of this week or next week there will be an answer to our applications (~ID received 20 Nov) when looking at the people who received answers. Fingers crossed
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JordB
Hi! EDX has a course about the Ielts! They gove you quite some tips! So far what I’ve found the most difficult it’s the writing portion. But you’ll get it, don’t worry!

No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...
Hi! EDX has a course about the Ielts! They gove you quite some tips! So far what I’ve found the most difficult it’s the writing portion. But you’ll get it, don’t worry!

[quote]No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...[/quote]
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alexais
Hi guys :)

Hope all is good.

I was just wondering if any of you, who applied in January, has already received an offer from KCL?

Thx
Hi guys :)

Hope all is good.

I was just wondering if any of you, who applied in January, has already received an offer from KCL?

Thx
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TLP
Hi! EDX has a course about the Ielts! They gove you quite some tips! So far what I’ve found the most difficult it’s the writing portion. But you’ll get it, don’t worry!

No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...
[quote]Hi! EDX has a course about the Ielts! They gove you quite some tips! So far what I’ve found the most difficult it’s the writing portion. But you’ll get it, don’t worry!

[quote]No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...[/quote][/quote]
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TLP
Hi! EDX has a course about the Ielts! They gove you quite some tips! So far what I’ve found the most difficult it’s the writing portion. But you’ll get it, don’t worry!

No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...


Tks! I really loved!
[quote][quote]Hi! EDX has a course about the Ielts! They gove you quite some tips! So far what I’ve found the most difficult it’s the writing portion. But you’ll get it, don’t worry!

[quote]No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...[/quote][/quote][/quote]

Tks! I really loved!
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Is anyone still waiting to hear back from UCL ? It has been over 9 weeks for me and I am starting to fear that this is heading towards a rejection :(
Is anyone still waiting to hear back from UCL ? It has been over 9 weeks for me and I am starting to fear that this is heading towards a rejection :(
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Is anyone still waiting to hear back from UCL ? It has been over 9 weeks for me and I am starting to fear that this is heading towards a rejection :(

Yes, me too.. since 3 or 4 weeks.

Another week passed without LSE answers :(
[quote]Is anyone still waiting to hear back from UCL ? It has been over 9 weeks for me and I am starting to fear that this is heading towards a rejection :( [/quote]
Yes, me too.. since 3 or 4 weeks.

Another week passed without LSE answers :(
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LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.
LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.
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pHcare
Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.
Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

[quote]LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.[/quote]
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I don’t know if that is good news for real! I just don’t want to expect anything until I receive an answer. It went down this morning (or maybe yesterday night). I received my ID on Nov 22! :)


Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.

I don’t know if that is good news for real! I just don’t want to expect anything until I receive an answer. It went down this morning (or maybe yesterday night). I received my ID on Nov 22! :)


[quote]Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

[quote]LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.[/quote][/quote]
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pHcare
It has been good news so far in all posts here so we can reasonably conclude that it's going to be favorable for you as well. Do keep us posted of the result, please.

Also, did you follow up with them through any means before the transcript movement?


I don’t know if that is good news for real! I just don’t want to expect anything until I receive an answer. It went down this morning (or maybe yesterday night). I received my ID on Nov 22! :)


Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.
It has been good news so far in all posts here so we can reasonably conclude that it's going to be favorable for you as well. Do keep us posted of the result, please.

Also, did you follow up with them through any means before the transcript movement?

[quote]
I don’t know if that is good news for real! I just don’t want to expect anything until I receive an answer. It went down this morning (or maybe yesterday night). I received my ID on Nov 22! :)


[quote]Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

[quote]LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.[/quote][/quote][/quote]
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I don’t know if that is good news for real! I just don’t want to expect anything until I receive an answer. It went down this morning (or maybe yesterday night). I received my ID on Nov 22! :)


Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.


At least it should mean waitlist,in best case it's an offer:-) congrats already
[quote]
I don’t know if that is good news for real! I just don’t want to expect anything until I receive an answer. It went down this morning (or maybe yesterday night). I received my ID on Nov 22! :)


[quote]Hi! Congratulations! When did it move down and when was your application deemed complete?

[quote]LSE: Good morning everybody, just to le you know that my transcript has moved to the bottom of the page. I hope to receive an answer soon.[/quote][/quote][/quote]

At least it should mean waitlist,in best case it's an offer:-) congrats already
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Pau1991
Has anyone applied to qmul or kcl during January? QMUL says that they will answer in a period of two weeks but I don know if that is reliable... with regard to kcl which is the expected timing? thank you!

[Edited by Pau1991 on Feb 09, 2019]

Has anyone applied to qmul or kcl during January? QMUL says that they will answer in a period of two weeks but I don know if that is reliable... with regard to kcl which is the expected timing? thank you!
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Has anyone applied to qmul or kcl during January? QMUL says that they will answer in a period of two weeks but I don know if that is reliable... with regard to kcl which is the expected timing? thank you!


I have applied in November, but there were both very fast, around 1-2 weeks..
[quote]Has anyone applied to qmul or kcl during January? QMUL says that they will answer in a period of two weeks but I don know if that is reliable... with regard to kcl which is the expected timing? thank you! [/quote]

I have applied in November, but there were both very fast, around 1-2 weeks..
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dbears
Has anyone applied to qmul or kcl during January? QMUL says that they will answer in a period of two weeks but I don know if that is reliable... with regard to kcl which is the expected timing? thank you!


I applied to KCL on January 17th, but my status is still “submitted”.
[quote]Has anyone applied to qmul or kcl during January? QMUL says that they will answer in a period of two weeks but I don know if that is reliable... with regard to kcl which is the expected timing? thank you! [/quote]

I applied to KCL on January 17th, but my status is still “submitted”.
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tadic
For LSE:
Does anyone know that whether a delay at the beginning (for those applied in November) means everyone applied this year would have a delayed result? Is there a chance that they would follow the 8-week mark for later applications?
My application wasn't completed until late January and it would be troubling (in terms of applying for backups) to get a decision only in April (if it drags on for 10-11 weeks like what's been happening).
For LSE:
Does anyone know that whether a delay at the beginning (for those applied in November) means everyone applied this year would have a delayed result? Is there a chance that they would follow the 8-week mark for later applications?
My application wasn't completed until late January and it would be troubling (in terms of applying for backups) to get a decision only in April (if it drags on for 10-11 weeks like what's been happening).
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