LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


Yuloasis
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).


I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.
[quote]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).
[/quote]

I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.
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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).


I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.


Thanks and congratulations!
[quote][quote]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).
[/quote]

I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.[/quote]

Thanks and congratulations!
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I will update you, for sure! I called them on Jan 10 and they told me there was a delay and that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. 4 weeks have passed and today I saw the transcript at the bottom of the page. I am sure you will see your transcript moved as well 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?


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?

I will update you, for sure! I called them on Jan 10 and they told me there was a delay and that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. 4 weeks have passed and today I saw the transcript at the bottom of the page. I am sure you will see your transcript moved as well soon!


[quote]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][/quote]
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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).


I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.


Thanks and congratulations!

It might take for you also around 8-10 weeks. Maybe a little faster since number of applications declines as most of the people already applied. Just accept the other offers meanwhile..
[quote][quote][quote]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).
[/quote]

I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.[/quote]

Thanks and congratulations![/quote]
It might take for you also around 8-10 weeks. Maybe a little faster since number of applications declines as most of the people already applied. Just accept the other offers meanwhile..
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Hi. Hope everyone’s having a great weekend. I’ve created a WhatsApp group for LLM candidates applying to UK universities. Kindly sent me a message with your respective nos. if you would like to be a part of the group.
Hi. Hope everyone’s having a great weekend. I’ve created a WhatsApp group for LLM candidates applying to UK universities. Kindly sent me a message with your respective nos. if you would like to be a part of the group.
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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).


I had the same, applied in end October, and only realised there were missing documents which I submitted early January.
[quote]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).
[/quote]

I had the same, applied in end October, and only realised there were missing documents which I submitted early January.
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Has anybody else heard from LSE?
Has anybody else heard from LSE?
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grad2019
Hi, I keep on hearing about transcripts moving down. What does this mean? On my LSE For You Portal, the documents have just stayed in the same area with either a "passed check" or "received label."
Hi, I keep on hearing about transcripts moving down. What does this mean? On my LSE For You Portal, the documents have just stayed in the same area with either a "passed check" or "received label."
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pHcare
My transcript moved down just now, around 11:30 a.m. UK time. I hope this means good news.

Any update from your end, Carolina?

I will update you, for sure! I called them on Jan 10 and they told me there was a delay and that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. 4 weeks have passed and today I saw the transcript at the bottom of the page. I am sure you will see your transcript moved as well 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?


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! :)


My transcript moved down just now, around 11:30 a.m. UK time. I hope this means good news.

Any update from your end, Carolina?

[quote]I will update you, for sure! I called them on Jan 10 and they told me there was a delay and that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. 4 weeks have passed and today I saw the transcript at the bottom of the page. I am sure you will see your transcript moved as well soon!


[quote]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][/quote][/quote]
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pHcare
My transcript moved down just now. Have you received an offer?

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).


I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.
My transcript moved down just now. Have you received an offer?

[quote][quote]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).
[/quote]

I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.[/quote]
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Still nothing! I think we'll receive an answer within the end of the week. Let me know what happens to you!


My transcript moved down just now, around 11:30 a.m. UK time. I hope this means good news.

Any update from your end, Carolina?

I will update you, for sure! I called them on Jan 10 and they told me there was a delay and that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. 4 weeks have passed and today I saw the transcript at the bottom of the page. I am sure you will see your transcript moved as well 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?

Still nothing! I think we'll receive an answer within the end of the week. Let me know what happens to you!



[quote]My transcript moved down just now, around 11:30 a.m. UK time. I hope this means good news.

Any update from your end, Carolina?

[quote]I will update you, for sure! I called them on Jan 10 and they told me there was a delay and that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. 4 weeks have passed and today I saw the transcript at the bottom of the page. I am sure you will see your transcript moved as well soon!


[quote]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][/quote][/quote][/quote]
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Has anyone heard from KCL? I applied in mid December and there has been complete radio silence from the school. My application was successfully submitted but I did not hear anything from them after that.

For LSE, has anyone who applied in December heard anything? Acceptance/ rejection? This wait and also the delay is really not giving a clear picture of what to expect. LSE is otherwise known to be prompt with their 8 week mark. I applied on December 14 and received my ID on Jan 3.

[Edited by Applicant19 on Feb 11, 2019]

Has anyone heard from KCL? I applied in mid December and there has been complete radio silence from the school. My application was successfully submitted but I did not hear anything from them after that.

For LSE, has anyone who applied in December heard anything? Acceptance/ rejection? This wait and also the delay is really not giving a clear picture of what to expect. LSE is otherwise known to be prompt with their 8 week mark. I applied on December 14 and received my ID on Jan 3.
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Has anyone heard from KCL? I applied in mid December and there has been complete radio silence from the school. My application was successfully submitted but I did not hear anything from them after that.

For LSE, has anyone who applied in December heard anything? Acceptance/ rejection? This wait and also the delay is really not giving a clear picture of what to expect. LSE is otherwise known to be prompt with their 8 week mark. I applied on December 14 and received my ID on Jan 3.


I’ve applied for KCL mid-December as well, and LSE near the end of November, but not heard a word from either.
I see a lot of applicants who applied for LSE around the same time as me on this board seeing some movement on their applications, so I’m really getting nervous.
[quote]Has anyone heard from KCL? I applied in mid December and there has been complete radio silence from the school. My application was successfully submitted but I did not hear anything from them after that.

For LSE, has anyone who applied in December heard anything? Acceptance/ rejection? This wait and also the delay is really not giving a clear picture of what to expect. LSE is otherwise known to be prompt with their 8 week mark. I applied on December 14 and received my ID on Jan 3.[/quote]

I’ve applied for KCL mid-December as well, and LSE near the end of November, but not heard a word from either.
I see a lot of applicants who applied for LSE around the same time as me on this board seeing some movement on their applications, so I’m really getting nervous.
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tadic
Has anyone heard from KCL? I applied in mid December and there has been complete radio silence from the school. My application was successfully submitted but I did not hear anything from them after that.

For LSE, has anyone who applied in December heard anything? Acceptance/ rejection? This wait and also the delay is really not giving a clear picture of what to expect. LSE is otherwise known to be prompt with their 8 week mark. I applied on December 14 and received my ID on Jan 3.


I’ve applied for KCL mid-December as well, and LSE near the end of November, but not heard a word from either.
I see a lot of applicants who applied for LSE around the same time as me on this board seeing some movement on their applications, so I’m really getting nervous.

My KCL app was completed on 9 Dec and I got an offer on 29 Jan.
[quote][quote]Has anyone heard from KCL? I applied in mid December and there has been complete radio silence from the school. My application was successfully submitted but I did not hear anything from them after that.

For LSE, has anyone who applied in December heard anything? Acceptance/ rejection? This wait and also the delay is really not giving a clear picture of what to expect. LSE is otherwise known to be prompt with their 8 week mark. I applied on December 14 and received my ID on Jan 3.[/quote]

I’ve applied for KCL mid-December as well, and LSE near the end of November, but not heard a word from either.
I see a lot of applicants who applied for LSE around the same time as me on this board seeing some movement on their applications, so I’m really getting nervous.[/quote]
My KCL app was completed on 9 Dec and I got an offer on 29 Jan.
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Hi everyone!

I applied to King's in mid-December, I got my offer last week, they were pretty quick!

In regards to LSE, I applied in late January, I hope it doesn't take too long.
Hi everyone!

I applied to King's in mid-December, I got my offer last week, they were pretty quick!

In regards to LSE, I applied in late January, I hope it doesn't take too long.

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Yuloasis
My transcript moved down just now. Have you received an offer?

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).


I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.


Hi! Recieved an offer from LSE earlie today and just got an email confirming. The myth of the transcipt seems to be true in my case. Offer came just under a week after my transcipt moved down, so hopefully you'll be hearing something soon.
[quote]My transcript moved down just now. Have you received an offer?

[quote][quote]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).
[/quote]

I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.[/quote][/quote]

Hi! Recieved an offer from LSE earlie today and just got an email confirming. The myth of the transcipt seems to be true in my case. Offer came just under a week after my transcipt moved down, so hopefully you'll be hearing something soon.
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My transcript moved down just now. Have you received an offer?



I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.


Hi! Recieved an offer from LSE earlie today and just got an email confirming. The myth of the transcipt seems to be true in my case. Offer came just under a week after my transcipt moved down, so hopefully you'll be hearing something soon.


Hi! Did they offer you any financial aid?
[quote][quote]My transcript moved down just now. Have you received an offer?

[quote][quote]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).
[/quote]

I applied in Decemeber and had my transcipt move down this week, which seems to imply that some kind of decision has been made on my application. I would guess you'll hear back before April and that the delay has only affected people applying earlier in the process.[/quote][/quote]

Hi! Recieved an offer from LSE earlie today and just got an email confirming. The myth of the transcipt seems to be true in my case. Offer came just under a week after my transcipt moved down, so hopefully you'll be hearing something soon.[/quote]

Hi! Did they offer you any financial aid?
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I am quite clueless as to what is meant by 'transcript moving down'? Can anyone please help me understand this? In the graduate application tracker for LSE, under the 'documentation' column (which is at the bottom of the page), I can see the following:

Administration fee --------------------------- Passed Check

CV / Resume --------------------------------- Received

Transcript - degree awarded 1 ----------- ***********

First reference -------------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Second reference ---------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Statement of academic purpose --------- Received

Has the transcript 'moved' or not and what is exactly meant by it moving?

[Edited by Applicant19 on Feb 12, 2019]

I am quite clueless as to what is meant by 'transcript moving down'? Can anyone please help me understand this? In the graduate application tracker for LSE, under the 'documentation' column (which is at the bottom of the page), I can see the following:

Administration fee --------------------------- Passed Check

CV / Resume --------------------------------- Received

Transcript - degree awarded 1 ----------- ***********

First reference -------------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Second reference ---------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Statement of academic purpose --------- Received

Has the transcript 'moved' or not and what is exactly meant by it moving?
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pHcare
In my case, the transcript section has gone down to the bottom of the list. Also, the names of my schools have disappeared. It just says "Copy received". For the references, the email addresses have likewise disappeared.

Hi! Received an offer from LSE earlie today and just got an email confirming. The myth of the transcript seems to be true in my case. Offer came just under a week after my transcript moved down, so hopefully you'll be hearing something soon.

I am quite clueless as to what is meant by 'transcript moving down'? Can anyone please help me understand this? In the graduate application tracker for LSE, under the 'documentation' column (which is at the bottom of the page), I can see the following:

Administration fee --------------------------- Passed Check

CV / Resume --------------------------------- Received

Transcript - degree awarded 1 ----------- ***********

First reference -------------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Second reference ---------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Statement of academic purpose --------- Received

Has the transcript 'moved' or not and what is exactly meant by it moving?
In my case, the transcript section has gone down to the bottom of the list. Also, the names of my schools have disappeared. It just says "Copy received". For the references, the email addresses have likewise disappeared.

[quote][/quote]Hi! Received an offer from LSE earlie today and just got an email confirming. The myth of the transcript seems to be true in my case. Offer came just under a week after my transcript moved down, so hopefully you'll be hearing something soon.[/quote]

I am quite clueless as to what is meant by 'transcript moving down'? Can anyone please help me understand this? In the graduate application tracker for LSE, under the 'documentation' column (which is at the bottom of the page), I can see the following:

Administration fee --------------------------- Passed Check

CV / Resume --------------------------------- Received

Transcript - degree awarded 1 ----------- ***********

First reference -------------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Second reference ---------------------------- Copy Received (**********)

Statement of academic purpose --------- Received

Has the transcript 'moved' or not and what is exactly meant by it moving?[/quote]
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pHcare
I received an unconditional offer! No GSS funding unfortunately, but I am shortlisted for a Chevening scholarship interview and LSE is one of my choices.

For those waiting, here's my timeline:
- Application deemed complete: November 20
- Transcript movement: February 11
- Unconditional offer via LSE4U: February 12

Best of luck!
I received an unconditional offer! No GSS funding unfortunately, but I am shortlisted for a Chevening scholarship interview and LSE is one of my choices.

For those waiting, here's my timeline:
- Application deemed complete: November 20
- Transcript movement: February 11
- Unconditional offer via LSE4U: February 12

Best of luck!
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