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crimlawyer

A decision has been made on this choice and is being processed. Processing involves checking by a senior member of staff, and occasionally verification of one or more details by your Department. Most decisions will be finalised and appear here within one or two working days (remember to allow for weekends!), however if we require clarification from the Department your status will remain unchanged for longer periods. No further information is available until all checks have been completed, and the decision will be posted here first.

Will it mean admission????????????????????

A decision has been made on this choice and is being processed. Processing involves checking by a senior member of staff, and occasionally verification of one or more details by your Department. Most decisions will be finalised and appear here within one or two working days (remember to allow for weekends!), however if we require clarification from the Department your status will remain unchanged for longer periods. No further information is available until all checks have been completed, and the decision will be posted here first.

Will it mean admission????????????????????
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c-j-h

youl find out in due time. i dont think theyd consult anyone else if they were gonna reject you outright. but it doesnt really matter.

youl find out in due time. i dont think theyd consult anyone else if they were gonna reject you outright. but it doesnt really matter.
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13243546

Congrats Crimlawyer. From my research on this site and others, that message has always resulted in an offer. Never have I seen it not. However, the information available is hardly complete, so I wouldn't go making a down payment on a flat quite yet.

Congrats Crimlawyer. From my research on this site and others, that message has always resulted in an offer. Never have I seen it not. However, the information available is hardly complete, so I wouldn't go making a down payment on a flat quite yet.
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crimlawyer

I think so... I will find next week, when I will be in London!

I think so... I will find next week, when I will be in London!
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crimlawyer

I am in! Conditional on some documents and a TOEFL or IELTS result

I am in! Conditional on some documents and a TOEFL or IELTS result
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Ruleoflaw

Congrats criminallawyer. I hold a conditional too, I may not be able to meet the condition though. I ve written to LSE about it, lets see how it goes. Where else have you applied to?

Congrats criminallawyer. I hold a conditional too, I may not be able to meet the condition though. I ve written to LSE about it, lets see how it goes. Where else have you applied to?
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ju

Hey many many Congrats @ Crimlawyer

Hey many many Congrats @ Crimlawyer
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xdude

I am in! Conditional on some documents and a TOEFL or IELTS result


Very Congratulations to u!!!!!! see waiting for long gives most of the time good results...:) Your 11 weeks wait was worth something good, u are better than most of us who have been given very quick responses but have been put on wait list...

<blockquote>I am in! Conditional on some documents and a TOEFL or IELTS result</blockquote>

Very Congratulations to u!!!!!! see waiting for long gives most of the time good results...:) Your 11 weeks wait was worth something good, u are better than most of us who have been given very quick responses but have been put on wait list...
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Hi to all
Is anyone-initially placed on the waiting list - being rejected afterwards?
I am asking trying to figure out what are the actual chances of getting in after having been placed on the waiting list..

Hi to all
Is anyone-initially placed on the waiting list - being rejected afterwards?
I am asking trying to figure out what are the actual chances of getting in after having been placed on the waiting list..
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xdude

I guess, its a little early to expect any results on wait listed candidates...as per the tracker it said that after 6 weeks the application will be send back to the selectors and within 2 weeks thereafter I will be notified of the decisions. I was wait listed in Feb 5th and have also got a mail from them last week which said the same thing.....I dont expect to hear anything before April. So its frustrating wait..... and am afraid before that I will have to accept the offers of the other colleges.

I guess, its a little early to expect any results on wait listed candidates...as per the tracker it said that after 6 weeks the application will be send back to the selectors and within 2 weeks thereafter I will be notified of the decisions. I was wait listed in Feb 5th and have also got a mail from them last week which said the same thing.....I dont expect to hear anything before April. So its frustrating wait..... and am afraid before that I will have to accept the offers of the other colleges.
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we r on the same boat..
i know i won t have an answer till april!however, what i am trying to understand is whether being on the waiting list is a good sign or they do it with almost all applications.

we r on the same boat..
i know i won t have an answer till april!however, what i am trying to understand is whether being on the waiting list is a good sign or they do it with almost all applications.
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queue

Yes this waiting sucks! My applications was deemed complete on the 3. November. I was placed on the waiting list on the 12. January and my file was sent back to the selectors last tuesday (24. February) for a final decision... no decision yet!

Yes this waiting sucks! My applications was deemed complete on the 3. November. I was placed on the waiting list on the 12. January and my file was sent back to the selectors last tuesday (24. February) for a final decision... no decision yet!
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good luck to you!
let us know as soon as you have the result

good luck to you!
let us know as soon as you have the result
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I've got a conditional offer from LSE and UCL.

I still have a question though. What do they exactly mean with minimum 7 of ielts? My overall score was a 7 with a 6.5 for my writing, do I have to retake my test?

And I'm afraid I cant meet their requirement of a 7/10 what if i get a 6.9/10 would they make a problem of this?

A friend of mine just said to me that I had to accept their offer and pay asap. His reasoning was that they wouldnt want to pay me the money back even in the case i have a 6.9 as an average instead of the requirement of 7.

What do you say? Im dying to go to LSE!

I've got a conditional offer from LSE and UCL.

I still have a question though. What do they exactly mean with minimum 7 of ielts? My overall score was a 7 with a 6.5 for my writing, do I have to retake my test?

And I'm afraid I cant meet their requirement of a 7/10 what if i get a 6.9/10 would they make a problem of this?

A friend of mine just said to me that I had to accept their offer and pay asap. His reasoning was that they wouldnt want to pay me the money back even in the case i have a 6.9 as an average instead of the requirement of 7.

What do you say? Im dying to go to LSE!
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ju

Hey... I am not very sure but.. I think LSE is already filled ...
Anyways, by 7.0 minimum... they would be http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/graduateProspectus2009/taughtProgrammes/LLM.htm

Here they have mentioned that it should be 7.0 in writing and listening for sure... and overall score should be 7.5

But if we talk about minimum of 7.0 then
7.0 is a must in writing, Listening , it would mean that your over all score should be equal to 7.0 wherein, Writing and Listening elements should be equal to 7.0 minimum and not less than that...I suggest you to get Writing, Reading and Listening equal to 7.0 minimum.....

Rest you can always call them or e-mail them.. I think you should hurry up...

Paying a fees in advance wouldnt bound LSE to take you.. because there's always an unconditional offer which would be given to you only after the fulfilment of the conditions. The payment would come at a later stage.. so it wouldnt be a good idea to pay them on the basis of a conditional offer...

And if you could read your conditional offer carefully, there'll be a mention regarding almost everything. even if you accept their conditional offer, it would be valued only after the fulfilment of the condition and you recieving their unconditional offer in writing...

So I suggest, you to take the exam as soon as possible and get the desired score because LSE people are very strict...So far what I've told you regarding IELTS score is all true but it would be better if you directly call them... but just be fast..

All the very best for the exam.... Dont you worry.. you'll get that....

Hey... I am not very sure but.. I think LSE is already filled ...
Anyways, by 7.0 minimum... they would be http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/graduateProspectus2009/taughtProgrammes/LLM.htm

Here they have mentioned that it should be 7.0 in writing and listening for sure... and overall score should be 7.5

But if we talk about minimum of 7.0 then
7.0 is a must in writing, Listening , it would mean that your over all score should be equal to 7.0 wherein, Writing and Listening elements should be equal to 7.0 minimum and not less than that...I suggest you to get Writing, Reading and Listening equal to 7.0 minimum.....

Rest you can always call them or e-mail them.. I think you should hurry up...

Paying a fees in advance wouldnt bound LSE to take you.. because there's always an unconditional offer which would be given to you only after the fulfilment of the conditions. The payment would come at a later stage.. so it wouldnt be a good idea to pay them on the basis of a conditional offer...

And if you could read your conditional offer carefully, there'll be a mention regarding almost everything. even if you accept their conditional offer, it would be valued only after the fulfilment of the condition and you recieving their unconditional offer in writing...

So I suggest, you to take the exam as soon as possible and get the desired score because LSE people are very strict...So far what I've told you regarding IELTS score is all true but it would be better if you directly call them... but just be fast..

All the very best for the exam.... Dont you worry.. you'll get that....
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I forgot to mention, I got in the Msc. Comparative politics (thus, I havent got an offer for the LLM program). They dont say a thing about a 7 IETLS for all parts. They only say that i have to fulfill a minimum of 7 for IELTS (and i dont know if they mean that every single part has to be a 7)

And what do you say about the 6.9/10 thing for my average? What if I, in the end, get an average of 6.9, do you think they would reject me? Are they so strict?

I forgot to mention, I got in the Msc. Comparative politics (thus, I havent got an offer for the LLM program). They dont say a thing about a 7 IETLS for all parts. They only say that i have to fulfill a minimum of 7 for IELTS (and i dont know if they mean that every single part has to be a 7)

And what do you say about the 6.9/10 thing for my average? What if I, in the end, get an average of 6.9, do you think they would reject me? Are they so strict?


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ju

Alright... you aint for LLM... well I'll check for your course as well and will meintion..

See in IELTS the score is calculatd like:-
If you get 6.2 overall then it would be taken as 6.0 overall
If you get 6.4 overall then it would be taken as 6.5 overall..
Similarly if you get 6.7 then it would be taken as 7.0 overall...

So they roundup the figure on .4 or .7
Dont doubt abt 6.9/9.0 because it would be taken as 7.0/9.0

Bytheway... IELTS overall is 9.0 not 10...

Alright... you aint for LLM... well I'll check for your course as well and will meintion..

See in IELTS the score is calculatd like:-
If you get 6.2 overall then it would be taken as 6.0 overall
If you get 6.4 overall then it would be taken as 6.5 overall..
Similarly if you get 6.7 then it would be taken as 7.0 overall...

So they roundup the figure on .4 or .7
Dont doubt abt 6.9/9.0 because it would be taken as 7.0/9.0

Bytheway... IELTS overall is 9.0 not 10...
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Ok, I've got an overall of 7 for my IELTS
With a minimum score of 6.5 for both writing as listening speaking 7 and reading 8 or 8.5 (i cant recall at the moment)

And my average on my grades for my bachelor has to be a 7/10 (that's their requirement) but now I'm afraid that i will be ending up with a 6.9/10. I was wondering if they are so strict on this requirement. (This is not the language requirement!!)

Ok, I've got an overall of 7 for my IELTS
With a minimum score of 6.5 for both writing as listening speaking 7 and reading 8 or 8.5 (i cant recall at the moment)

And my average on my grades for my bachelor has to be a 7/10 (that's their requirement) but now I'm afraid that i will be ending up with a 6.9/10. I was wondering if they are so strict on this requirement. (This is not the language requirement!!)


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ju

And yea.. your program also requires.. Higher IELTS requirement.. so it would go just the same...

7.0 seperately in atleast Writing, Listening or may be Reading with a overall of 7.0

And yea.. your program also requires.. Higher IELTS requirement.. so it would go just the same...

7.0 seperately in atleast Writing, Listening or may be Reading with a overall of 7.0
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That means I have to retake my IELTS :(

And what do you think about the grade average? Would they be also very strict on that?

That means I have to retake my IELTS :(

And what do you think about the grade average? Would they be also very strict on that?
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