LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


LSE: Received ID exactly 7 weeks ago, still waiting...drives me crazy. No transcript movements so far.


Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.
[quote]LSE: Received ID exactly 7 weeks ago, still waiting...drives me crazy. No transcript movements so far.[/quote]

Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.
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LSE: Received ID exactly 7 weeks ago, still waiting...drives me crazy. No transcript movements so far.


Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.


Uff! So 2/3 weeks from now on, or on top of the 8 weeks regular waiting time? :(
[quote][quote]LSE: Received ID exactly 7 weeks ago, still waiting...drives me crazy. No transcript movements so far.[/quote]

Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.[/quote]

Uff! So 2/3 weeks from now on, or on top of the 8 weeks regular waiting time? :(
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LSE: Received ID exactly 7 weeks ago, still waiting...drives me crazy. No transcript movements so far.


Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.


Uff! So 2/3 weeks from now on, or on top of the 8 weeks regular waiting time? :(



Mmmh, we were talking specifically about my application and she told me that I should expect to receive an answer in two/three weeks, as the LLM programme is very popular.
There is a general delay because of Christmas.
This is for sure nerve wrecking... I keep checking LSE for You HOPING there is no update, as it would be a rejection.

[Edited by Carolina Laila on Jan 11, 2019]

[quote][quote][quote]LSE: Received ID exactly 7 weeks ago, still waiting...drives me crazy. No transcript movements so far.[/quote]

Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.[/quote]

Uff! So 2/3 weeks from now on, or on top of the 8 weeks regular waiting time? :( [/quote]



Mmmh, we were talking specifically about my application and she told me that I should expect to receive an answer in two/three weeks, as the LLM programme is very popular.
There is a general delay because of Christmas.
This is for sure nerve wrecking... I keep checking LSE for You HOPING there is no update, as it would be a rejection.
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Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.


Uff! So 2/3 weeks from now on, or on top of the 8 weeks regular waiting time? :(



Mmmh, we were talking specifically about my application and she told me that I should expect to receive an answer in two/three weeks, as the LLM programme is very popular.
There is a general delay because of Christmas.
This is for sure nerve wrecking... I keep checking LSE for You HOPING there is no update, as it would be a rejection.


Great! Thank you very much! Sounds like we have to suffer some more weeks!
[quote][quote][quote][quote]LSE: Received ID exactly 7 weeks ago, still waiting...drives me crazy. No transcript movements so far.[/quote]

Same here. 7 weeks and a day. When I called them yesterday they told me there was a delay of two/three weeks.[/quote]

Uff! So 2/3 weeks from now on, or on top of the 8 weeks regular waiting time? :( [/quote]



Mmmh, we were talking specifically about my application and she told me that I should expect to receive an answer in two/three weeks, as the LLM programme is very popular.
There is a general delay because of Christmas.
This is for sure nerve wrecking... I keep checking LSE for You HOPING there is no update, as it would be a rejection.[/quote]

Great! Thank you very much! Sounds like we have to suffer some more weeks!
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TLP
I'm starting this discussion for all applicants to the main London LLMs (UCL, KCL, LSE, QMUL).

Good luck to everybody!
[quote]I'm starting this discussion for all applicants to the main London LLMs (UCL, KCL, LSE, QMUL).

Good luck to everybody![/quote]
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Dhingmal
My application for LSE was complete and ready for review on 30th October. Still shows under consideration by department. Any idea how long till I hear from them?
My application for LSE was complete and ready for review on 30th October. Still shows under consideration by department. Any idea how long till I hear from them?
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My application for LSE was complete and ready for review on 30th October. Still shows under consideration by department. Any idea how long till I hear from them?


When I called them 4 days ago, they told me that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. I received my ID on November 22. I suggest you should call them.
[quote]My application for LSE was complete and ready for review on 30th October. Still shows under consideration by department. Any idea how long till I hear from them? [/quote]

When I called them 4 days ago, they told me that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. I received my ID on November 22. I suggest you should call them.
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Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.
Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.
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Dhingmal
My application for LSE was complete and ready for review on 30th October. Still shows under consideration by department. Any idea how long till I hear from them?


When I called them 4 days ago, they told me that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. I received my ID on November 22. I suggest you should call them.


Thanks a lot!
[quote][quote]My application for LSE was complete and ready for review on 30th October. Still shows under consideration by department. Any idea how long till I hear from them? [/quote]

When I called them 4 days ago, they told me that I had to wait minimum 2-3 weeks. I received my ID on November 22. I suggest you should call them.[/quote]

Thanks a lot!
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Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.


This looks like the status for your 2nd choice? If so, I have read somewhere that is normal until they have checked your first choice. But I am not 100% sure.
[quote]Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.[/quote]

This looks like the status for your 2nd choice? If so, I have read somewhere that is normal until they have checked your first choice. But I am not 100% sure.
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Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.


This looks like the status for your 2nd choice? If so, I have read somewhere that is normal until they have checked your first choice. But I am not 100% sure.


Update on this: unfortunately, on the 5th of november they sent me an email asking for the list of modules i was taking this year and it ended up in my spam folder. I was 'lucky' enough to investigate what was said in my lse for you this morning and found it. This means that even if i applied end of october, my app will be set back to this week, as if i had applied much later.
[quote][quote]Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.[/quote]

This looks like the status for your 2nd choice? If so, I have read somewhere that is normal until they have checked your first choice. But I am not 100% sure.[/quote]

Update on this: unfortunately, on the 5th of november they sent me an email asking for the list of modules i was taking this year and it ended up in my spam folder. I was 'lucky' enough to investigate what was said in my lse for you this morning and found it. This means that even if i applied end of october, my app will be set back to this week, as if i had applied much later.
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Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.


This looks like the status for your 2nd choice? If so, I have read somewhere that is normal until they have checked your first choice. But I am not 100% sure.


Update on this: unfortunately, on the 5th of november they sent me an email asking for the list of modules i was taking this year and it ended up in my spam folder. I was 'lucky' enough to investigate what was said in my lse for you this morning and found it. This means that even if i applied end of october, my app will be set back to this week, as if i had applied much later.


Ouh, that must hurt :D
[quote][quote][quote]Does anyone else's LSE app say

"Your application is held pending further preliminary documentation - see the section headed 'documentation' below..."? But it says references have passed the check and the rest has been received. The only one left blank is "List of current modules/courses being studied", which was never asked of me. i sent a 'help' message but no answer, and i'm getting worried.[/quote]

This looks like the status for your 2nd choice? If so, I have read somewhere that is normal until they have checked your first choice. But I am not 100% sure.[/quote]

Update on this: unfortunately, on the 5th of november they sent me an email asking for the list of modules i was taking this year and it ended up in my spam folder. I was 'lucky' enough to investigate what was said in my lse for you this morning and found it. This means that even if i applied end of october, my app will be set back to this week, as if i had applied much later. [/quote]

Ouh, that must hurt :D
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Any news from UCL anyone?
Any news from UCL anyone?
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Any news from UCL anyone?


When was your application completed? Mine was completed first week of December. So, I don’t expect to hear back for a few more weeks.

I only applied to QMUL and UCL. Just waiting on UCL.
[quote]Any news from UCL anyone?[/quote]

When was your application completed? Mine was completed first week of December. So, I don’t expect to hear back for a few more weeks.

I only applied to QMUL and UCL. Just waiting on UCL.
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miki3999
King's anyone? I still have not applied (but my app is almost ready) and I'm wondering if it's not too late.
King's anyone? I still have not applied (but my app is almost ready) and I'm wondering if it's not too late.
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dbears
King's anyone? I still have not applied (but my app is almost ready) and I'm wondering if it's not too late.


I submitted my application today. I hope it’s not too late.
[quote]King's anyone? I still have not applied (but my app is almost ready) and I'm wondering if it's not too late.[/quote]

I submitted my application today. I hope it’s not too late.
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Flavio
I submitted in the early November and I received the offer in the end of november
I submitted in the early November and I received the offer in the end of november
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miki3999
I submitted in the early November and I received the offer in the end of november


Well done! It seems like I have to speed up! I'm just waiting for my new transcript which will hopefully indicate a first, not a 2:1 :D
[quote]I submitted in the early November and I received the offer in the end of november[/quote]

Well done! It seems like I have to speed up! I'm just waiting for my new transcript which will hopefully indicate a first, not a 2:1 :D
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Flavio
do not worry, It is not late and good luck :D
do not worry, It is not late and good luck :D
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James.w97
Hi guys,

Does anyone know if a bad first year mark (53%) will significantly harm my application? I got 66.5% second year and should hopefully get a first (or at least 68%) third year, but for a variety of reasons my first year didn't go very well. I'm at Manchester uni btw. Thanks.
Hi guys,

Does anyone know if a bad first year mark (53%) will significantly harm my application? I got 66.5% second year and should hopefully get a first (or at least 68%) third year, but for a variety of reasons my first year didn't go very well. I'm at Manchester uni btw. Thanks.
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