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Vince1920

As far as I know, no one posted their rejection after he/she saw transcript movement in the portal. I believe it is a positive sign.

As far as I know, no one posted their rejection after he/she saw transcript movement in the portal. I believe it is a positive sign.
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kartik

Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?


Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation.



Hi I've a conditional offer for llm in comparative and international dispute resolution from QMUL and UCL which one should i choose?

[quote][quote][quote]Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?[/quote]

Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation. [/quote]

[/quote]
Hi I've a conditional offer for llm in comparative and international dispute resolution from QMUL and UCL which one should i choose?
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I received my offer today (March 2nd). Applied on 7th December and received id on 20th. Transcript moving to the bottom is indeed a positive sign.


I received my offer today (March 2nd). Applied on 7th December and received id on 20th. Transcript moving to the bottom is indeed a positive sign.
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vipoutlook

Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February but still haven’t received my ID. Their website says that there are still places available (but limited).
Is there still any chance to get an offer?

Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February but still haven’t received my ID. Their website says that there are still places available (but limited).
Is there still any chance to get an offer?
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I received my offer today (March 2nd). Applied on 7th December and received id on 20th. Transcript moving to the bottom is indeed a positive sign.

how many days before your offer did the transcript move down?

[quote]
I received my offer today (March 2nd). Applied on 7th December and received id on 20th. Transcript moving to the bottom is indeed a positive sign.[/quote]
how many days before your offer did the transcript move down?
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Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February but still haven’t received my ID. Their website says that there are still places available (but limited).
Is there still any chance to get an offer?


I am on the same page. Applied massively late. We’ve discussed about this with some other applicants earlier on and we concluded that since the applications are running its worth a shot. Someone also mentioned that they got in a waiting list when they applied late.

All the best with your application! Please post any updates, I’ll do so too

[quote]Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February but still haven’t received my ID. Their website says that there are still places available (but limited).
Is there still any chance to get an offer? [/quote]

I am on the same page. Applied massively late. We’ve discussed about this with some other applicants earlier on and we concluded that since the applications are running its worth a shot. Someone also mentioned that they got in a waiting list when they applied late.

All the best with your application! Please post any updates, I’ll do so too
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rofyee



No news so far, unfortunately.


Sorry if it’s a silly question. I was wondering what exactly do you mean with the transcript movement?


It’s not a silly question, some of the earlier posters noted that the list of submitted documents in their LSE For You application page changed shortly before receiving an offer. The transcript listing moves to the bottom of the pile of received documents.


To update, I received my offer today. The email said that a hard copy letter had been sent last week.

[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Hi everyone, my transcript moved down today. I applied in early December and got my ID around the 20th. [/quote]

Pls let us know if you have any update. :)[/quote]

No news so far, unfortunately. [/quote]

Sorry if it’s a silly question. I was wondering what exactly do you mean with the transcript movement?[/quote]

It’s not a silly question, some of the earlier posters noted that the list of submitted documents in their LSE For You application page changed shortly before receiving an offer. The transcript listing moves to the bottom of the pile of received documents.[/quote]

To update, I received my offer today. The email said that a hard copy letter had been sent last week.
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I received my offer today (March 2nd). Applied on 7th December and received id on 20th. Transcript moving to the bottom is indeed a positive sign.

how many days before your offer did the transcript move down?


My transcript moved on 27th and I received an offer on 2nd March

[quote][quote]
I received my offer today (March 2nd). Applied on 7th December and received id on 20th. Transcript moving to the bottom is indeed a positive sign.[/quote]
how many days before your offer did the transcript move down?[/quote]

My transcript moved on 27th and I received an offer on 2nd March

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Sorry if it’s a silly question. I was wondering what exactly do you mean with the transcript movement?


It’s not a silly question, some of the earlier posters noted that the list of submitted documents in their LSE For You application page changed shortly before receiving an offer. The transcript listing moves to the bottom of the pile of received documents.


To update, I received my offer today. The email said that a hard copy letter had been sent last week.


Congratulations! That's fantastic news!
When did you receive your student ID?

[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Hi everyone, my transcript moved down today. I applied in early December and got my ID around the 20th. [/quote]

Pls let us know if you have any update. :)[/quote]

No news so far, unfortunately. [/quote]

Sorry if it’s a silly question. I was wondering what exactly do you mean with the transcript movement?[/quote]

It’s not a silly question, some of the earlier posters noted that the list of submitted documents in their LSE For You application page changed shortly before receiving an offer. The transcript listing moves to the bottom of the pile of received documents.[/quote]

To update, I received my offer today. The email said that a hard copy letter had been sent last week. [/quote]

Congratulations! That's fantastic news!
When did you receive your student ID?
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Has anyone received an offer without the transcript moving?

Has anyone received an offer without the transcript moving?
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Is there any Facebook group or what’s app group for lse offer holders to interact?

Is there any Facebook group or what’s app group for lse offer holders to interact?
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Any news from KCL or UCL?

Any news from KCL or UCL?
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F_Cvl

Hello there! Just got an offer from the LSE. I received my ID on the 16th of January.

Hello there! Just got an offer from the LSE. I received my ID on the 16th of January.
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SSSS2019

Hello! Does anyone know how long it takes for KCL to come up with a decision after document status says "OK for assessment."?
Also, does anyone know the meaning of "personal statement meets needs for assessment"

Hello! Does anyone know how long it takes for KCL to come up with a decision after document status says "OK for assessment."?
Also, does anyone know the meaning of "personal statement meets needs for assessment"
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Chubs

Has anyone received an offer without the transcript moving?


Hi I received my offer today (applied Dec 17, ID Jan 11). Yesterday I reviewed my portal and the transcripts did move!

[quote]Has anyone received an offer without the transcript moving? [/quote]

Hi I received my offer today (applied Dec 17, ID Jan 11). Yesterday I reviewed my portal and the transcripts did move!
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Hello! Does anyone know how long it takes for KCL to come up with a decision after document status says "OK for assessment."?
Also, does anyone know the meaning of "personal statement meets needs for assessment"


When did you apply?

[quote]Hello! Does anyone know how long it takes for KCL to come up with a decision after document status says "OK for assessment."?
Also, does anyone know the meaning of "personal statement meets needs for assessment"[/quote]

When did you apply?
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vipoutlook

Hi guys,
As for 6th of March, LSE was closed for new applications.
I applied on 15th of February and received my ID on the 5th of March. Could you please clarify when do the 8 weeks start counting? (When my application was submitted or when I received my ID), and does the fact that applications are closed mean that my documents won’t be considered?

Hi guys,
As for 6th of March, LSE was closed for new applications.
I applied on 15th of February and received my ID on the 5th of March. Could you please clarify when do the 8 weeks start counting? (When my application was submitted or when I received my ID), and does the fact that applications are closed mean that my documents won’t be considered?
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F_Cvl

The 8 weeks start as from the day you received your ID. And I'm pretty sure your documents will be considered since you applied when it was still possible to do so.

The 8 weeks start as from the day you received your ID. And I'm pretty sure your documents will be considered since you applied when it was still possible to do so.
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Hi guys,
My referees only uploaded their references today for UCL and LSE. Do you think that there is still any chance of getting accepted?
On the other hand, I applied to KCL on February 7th, and still haven't heard from them, is anybody in a similar position.
Thanks

Hi guys,
My referees only uploaded their references today for UCL and LSE. Do you think that there is still any chance of getting accepted?
On the other hand, I applied to KCL on February 7th, and still haven't heard from them, is anybody in a similar position.
Thanks
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My transcript moved down on Saturday and I still haven’t heard anything. Is this a bad sign? Everyone seems to have heard something within 2-3 days (max) of the transcript moving down.

My transcript moved down on Saturday and I still haven’t heard anything. Is this a bad sign? Everyone seems to have heard something within 2-3 days (max) of the transcript moving down.
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