LSE Admissions


crimlawyer
Hello everyone,

I am a LSE prospective who had its application deemed complete on the 28th of november.

It seems to me that many decisions are being made at the moment, specially rejections I think.

I would like to know if anyone who had its application completed by the same date as me has already been admitted?

Besides that, if I may ask, did you reach the absurd TOEFL standards of LSE? I fell 3 points short and it kinda concerns me...
Hello everyone,

I am a LSE prospective who had its application deemed complete on the 28th of november.

It seems to me that many decisions are being made at the moment, specially rejections I think.

I would like to know if anyone who had its application completed by the same date as me has already been admitted?

Besides that, if I may ask, did you reach the absurd TOEFL standards of LSE? I fell 3 points short and it kinda concerns me...
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crimlawyer
Anyone?
Anyone?
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If you receive a thick package contained in a manila envelope, you're in. The package contains the offer of admission, your LSE ID, registration procedure and some useful information on what to expect while living and studying in London. Good luck on your application.
If you receive a thick package contained in a manila envelope, you're in. The package contains the offer of admission, your LSE ID, registration procedure and some useful information on what to expect while living and studying in London. Good luck on your application.
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crimlawyer
thank you Opinio!

So you have already been accepted, right? Would you mind telling me when your application was deemed complete?

Thank you once again!
thank you Opinio!

So you have already been accepted, right? Would you mind telling me when your application was deemed complete?

Thank you once again!
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I'm an LSE alumnus. It's a great school. Lots of brilliant classmates (funny too!). My belief is the Admissions Committee sends out the letters to those who have not been offered admission to give them an opportunity to explore other options. The offers of admission usually come later, approximately two months from the time you completed your application. The longer, the better.

Keep cool, chill and the best of luck on your application.
I'm an LSE alumnus. It's a great school. Lots of brilliant classmates (funny too!). My belief is the Admissions Committee sends out the letters to those who have not been offered admission to give them an opportunity to explore other options. The offers of admission usually come later, approximately two months from the time you completed your application. The longer, the better.

Keep cool, chill and the best of luck on your application.
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crimlawyer
That sounds good!

Mine was completed on the 28th of november. 8 weeks from that is the 23 of january, but I guess the holidays might postpone it for a couple more weeks.
Thank you once again!
That sounds good!

Mine was completed on the 28th of november. 8 weeks from that is the 23 of january, but I guess the holidays might postpone it for a couple more weeks.
Thank you once again!
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Just be patient. The Admissions Committee is efficient and will inform you once they have made a decision. Not hearing from them for a long time is a good sign, believe me!
Just be patient. The Admissions Committee is efficient and will inform you once they have made a decision. Not hearing from them for a long time is a good sign, believe me!
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PUCCA
Well I send my application on October 24 and they acknowledged it on November 3. So its been a very long wait for me!!!

I hope you all get lucky! I already got accepted into Edinburgh and I really like that uni but being admitted into LSE of course would be an honor!

Lets keep in touch!!! Best wishes :)
Well I send my application on October 24 and they acknowledged it on November 3. So its been a very long wait for me!!!

I hope you all get lucky! I already got accepted into Edinburgh and I really like that uni but being admitted into LSE of course would be an honor!

Lets keep in touch!!! Best wishes :)
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xdude
You people are very much in time ....i have still not submitted my application to LSE....will be doing it tomorrow. I dont know if i still stand any chance! But yes one good thing, i have submitted King's today.
You people are very much in time ....i have still not submitted my application to LSE....will be doing it tomorrow. I dont know if i still stand any chance! But yes one good thing, i have submitted King's today.
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Tamar
The same with me... I have not submitted my LSE application yet.. and am still thinking as I have 6.5 in writing in IELTS.

Do all of you who have sent the applications to LSE have met the language criteria?
The same with me... I have not submitted my LSE application yet.. and am still thinking as I have 6.5 in writing in IELTS.

Do all of you who have sent the applications to LSE have met the language criteria?
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LSE operates on a rolling admissions process, so it's best to get your applications in while the LLM programme is still open. I would think that LSE is strict with respect to the IELTS and TOEFL as they expect all their students to have a good command of the English language. Good luck.
LSE operates on a rolling admissions process, so it's best to get your applications in while the LLM programme is still open. I would think that LSE is strict with respect to the IELTS and TOEFL as they expect all their students to have a good command of the English language. Good luck.
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PUCCA
I think they are quite strict with the english test results but i dont know for sure. My overall score on ielts as 7.5 and got 7 and 8 in the rest. But i did the exam twice because the first time I got 7 and 6.5 in writting i think.
I think they are quite strict with the english test results but i dont know for sure. My overall score on ielts as 7.5 and got 7 and 8 in the rest. But i did the exam twice because the first time I got 7 and 6.5 in writting i think.

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crimlawyer
They do conditional offers. One condition can be the presentation of the english requirements.

No one admitted yet?
They do conditional offers. One condition can be the presentation of the english requirements.

No one admitted yet?
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Northerner
I think that someone did get a conditional offer over the Christmas break. He or she posted on another thread.
I think that someone did get a conditional offer over the Christmas break. He or she posted on another thread.
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c-j-h
hey., i got an conditional offer..., got the actual letter a few days ago. Its conditional on graduating with a really high mark im not sure i can meet... anyone any experience with this?

ps the letter is white not manilla lol
hey., i got an conditional offer..., got the actual letter a few days ago. Its conditional on graduating with a really high mark im not sure i can meet... anyone any experience with this?

ps the letter is white not manilla lol
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The manila envelope contains the unconditional offer and other relevant information for LSE postgraduate students. This was the procedure a few years back. Perhaps changes were made due to the increase in the number of students admitted to the School.
The manila envelope contains the unconditional offer and other relevant information for LSE postgraduate students. This was the procedure a few years back. Perhaps changes were made due to the increase in the number of students admitted to the School.
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crimlawyer
CJH,

When did you receive the application complete?

I am asking just to see if I should expect a decision soon. I had mine complete on the 28th of november.

Best of luck with the grades.
CJH,

When did you receive the application complete?

I am asking just to see if I should expect a decision soon. I had mine complete on the 28th of november.

Best of luck with the grades.
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Good luck. May you receive your unconditional offer of admission upon fulfillment of the conditions set forth in the original letter. As mentioned in a previous post, the offer of admission is contingent upon either successfully being awarded a degree (in the undergraduate level) or obtaining sufficient marks in the final examinations for the award of a degree.
Good luck. May you receive your unconditional offer of admission upon fulfillment of the conditions set forth in the original letter. As mentioned in a previous post, the offer of admission is contingent upon either successfully being awarded a degree (in the undergraduate level) or obtaining sufficient marks in the final examinations for the award of a degree.
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PUCCA
I am a little bit impatient by now,,,my status hasnt change yet,,,it still says that my application is under consideration and they confirmed receipt on November 3rd. The two month period they stated has passed so Im hoping to hear from them soon.
I am a little bit impatient by now,,,my status hasnt change yet,,,it still says that my application is under consideration and they confirmed receipt on November 3rd. The two month period they stated has passed so Im hoping to hear from them soon.
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Dice
Hi Pucca,

We are in the same boat. My application was deemed complete on November 4, and still no answer. We should be patient. They will give their first decisions within a few weeks. What about UCL? Did you get your answer?

Good luck
Hi Pucca,

We are in the same boat. My application was deemed complete on November 4, and still no answer. We should be patient. They will give their first decisions within a few weeks. What about UCL? Did you get your answer?

Good luck
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