LSE/KCL/UCL/QMUL Applicants 2015/2016


Martamag

Hi guys, I will submit my application to KCL this week and just need a opinion from someone who has already done it, please.
I have a IELTS score of 6,5 from last year and have already scheduled another exam for March.
Does anybody know whether it is better to submit this Ielts score (below the 7,0 required) and then sending another one or If I should wait for the next Exam?
Many thanks


you should definitely apply right now! I asked the same question when I was applying to LSE and the graduate office told me that there was no need to send the IELTS score since it doesn't affect the decision over your application

<blockquote>Hi guys, I will submit my application to KCL this week and just need a opinion from someone who has already done it, please.
I have a IELTS score of 6,5 from last year and have already scheduled another exam for March.
Does anybody know whether it is better to submit this Ielts score (below the 7,0 required) and then sending another one or If I should wait for the next Exam?
Many thanks</blockquote>

you should definitely apply right now! I asked the same question when I was applying to LSE and the graduate office told me that there was no need to send the IELTS score since it doesn't affect the decision over your application
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Martamag

f123 I was going to reply to your pm but it says I ve been blocked by you (?!)....anyway good luck with your application

f123 I was going to reply to your pm but it says I ve been blocked by you (?!)....anyway good luck with your application
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I've just made two unconditional offers for KCL LLM's and Medical Law MA! I can't believe itttttttttttt!

Pinch me, I'm dreaming. I thought I had applied late, too.

I've just made two unconditional offers for KCL LLM's and Medical Law MA! I can't believe itttttttttttt!

Pinch me, I'm dreaming. I thought I had applied late, too.
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pwms777

Hello everyone!

I'm from France. I applied to KCL, UCL and QMUL. I am specialised in Corporate finance law. I saw many general rankings (times, guardian...) and i have no idea which one of these universities is the best in my area. Could you please advise me?

Thank you

Hello everyone!

I'm from France. I applied to KCL, UCL and QMUL. I am specialised in Corporate finance law. I saw many general rankings (times, guardian...) and i have no idea which one of these universities is the best in my area. Could you please advise me?

Thank you
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Martamag

Hello everyone!

I'm from France. I applied to KCL, UCL and QMUL. I am specialised in Corporate finance law. I saw many general rankings (times, guardian...) and i have no idea which one of these universities is the best in my area. Could you please advise me?

Thank you


why didn't you apply to LSE?

<blockquote>Hello everyone!

I'm from France. I applied to KCL, UCL and QMUL. I am specialised in Corporate finance law. I saw many general rankings (times, guardian...) and i have no idea which one of these universities is the best in my area. Could you please advise me?

Thank you</blockquote>

why didn't you apply to LSE?
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pwms777

my application is almost finished :)

my application is almost finished :)
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Pablo Vera

Hi there! I have my formal offer for KCUL and sure i am going to take it!

Anyone else?

Hi there! I have my formal offer for KCUL and sure i am going to take it!

Anyone else?

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Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)

Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)
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law01

Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)


UCL standards/entry requirements are not as high so you will get in if you get something in the region of 60-64%. LSE though is harder to get in; but as long as you manage something over 65% you'll be fine

<blockquote>Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)</blockquote>

UCL standards/entry requirements are not as high so you will get in if you get something in the region of 60-64%. LSE though is harder to get in; but as long as you manage something over 65% you'll be fine
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Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)


UCL standards/entry requirements are not as high so you will get in if you get something in the region of 60-64%. LSE though is harder to get in; but as long as you manage something over 65% you'll be fine


When you say that i'll be fine, do you mean my application will not be discarded or do you mean I am likely to gain a place? Thanks!

<blockquote><blockquote>Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)</blockquote>

UCL standards/entry requirements are not as high so you will get in if you get something in the region of 60-64%. LSE though is harder to get in; but as long as you manage something over 65% you'll be fine</blockquote>

When you say that i'll be fine, do you mean my application will not be discarded or do you mean I am likely to gain a place? Thanks!
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law01

Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)


I mean: you will get in UCL, and you will probably get LSE

UCL standards/entry requirements are not as high so you will get in if you get something in the region of 60-64%. LSE though is harder to get in; but as long as you manage something over 65% you'll be fine


When you say that i'll be fine, do you mean my application will not be discarded or do you mean I am likely to gain a place? Thanks!

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hey, im currently a second year at the university of Bristol and i'm looking to apply to LSE and UCL next year for a 2016 entry, what kind of grades will I need to have a good chance??

Currently at a mid 2.i, but could potentially get into the 67% plus region.

Thanks :)</blockquote>

I mean: you will get in UCL, and you will probably get LSE

UCL standards/entry requirements are not as high so you will get in if you get something in the region of 60-64%. LSE though is harder to get in; but as long as you manage something over 65% you'll be fine</blockquote>

When you say that i'll be fine, do you mean my application will not be discarded or do you mean I am likely to gain a place? Thanks! </blockquote>
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f123

Hi everyone,
Could you please advise me which is the best way to submit the LOR to LSE? As far as I understood, I can send them directly to the school (printed) or I have to ask for my referees to upload the letter on the link that they will receive, is that right? (it is not possible to simply submit a scanned copy as KCL).
Do I have to finish my online application to send the LOR to the school? How long does it take to arrive?
Many thanks

Hi everyone,
Could you please advise me which is the best way to submit the LOR to LSE? As far as I understood, I can send them directly to the school (printed) or I have to ask for my referees to upload the letter on the link that they will receive, is that right? (it is not possible to simply submit a scanned copy as KCL).
Do I have to finish my online application to send the LOR to the school? How long does it take to arrive?
Many thanks
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Martamag

Hi everyone,
Could you please advise me which is the best way to submit the LOR to LSE? As far as I understood, I can send them directly to the school (printed) or I have to ask for my referees to upload the letter on the link that they will receive, is that right? (it is not possible to simply submit a scanned copy as KCL).
Do I have to finish my online application to send the LOR to the school? How long does it take to arrive?
Many thanks


hi!!!
when you are filling in your application you will be told to indicate the email addresses of your referee and as soon as you submit the application LSE will send an automatic email to the addresses you indicated in the application.
My referee received the email as soon as I complete the application so I assumed it s automatic!
I would suggest you to tell your referee to submit you LOR through the link they will get from LSE, I think it's the easiest and quickest way!
good luck!

<blockquote>Hi everyone,
Could you please advise me which is the best way to submit the LOR to LSE? As far as I understood, I can send them directly to the school (printed) or I have to ask for my referees to upload the letter on the link that they will receive, is that right? (it is not possible to simply submit a scanned copy as KCL).
Do I have to finish my online application to send the LOR to the school? How long does it take to arrive?
Many thanks </blockquote>

hi!!!
when you are filling in your application you will be told to indicate the email addresses of your referee and as soon as you submit the application LSE will send an automatic email to the addresses you indicated in the application.
My referee received the email as soon as I complete the application so I assumed it s automatic!
I would suggest you to tell your referee to submit you LOR through the link they will get from LSE, I think it's the easiest and quickest way!
good luck!
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FMP

Hi everyone!

I am going to submit to LSE/KCL/UCL and QMUL next week. Do you think that I am late or I have a chance?

Tanks!

Hi everyone!

I am going to submit to LSE/KCL/UCL and QMUL next week. Do you think that I am late or I have a chance?

Tanks!

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Hi everyone!

I am going to submit to LSE/KCL/UCL and QMUL next week. Do you think that I am late or I have a chance?

Tanks!



Yes; go for it.

<blockquote>Hi everyone!

I am going to submit to LSE/KCL/UCL and QMUL next week. Do you think that I am late or I have a chance?

Tanks!

</blockquote>

Yes; go for it.
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FMP

Hi everyone!

I am going to submit to LSE/KCL/UCL and QMUL next week. Do you think that I am late or I have a chance?

Tanks!



Yes; go for it.



Thanks Flowersinthesun!

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi everyone!

I am going to submit to LSE/KCL/UCL and QMUL next week. Do you think that I am late or I have a chance?

Tanks!

</blockquote>

Yes; go for it.</blockquote>


Thanks Flowersinthesun!
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picazuro

Has anyone heard from UCL in January at all?

Has anyone heard from UCL in January at all?
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S09

Has anyone heard from LSE also in the past 3 weeks?

Has anyone heard from LSE also in the past 3 weeks?
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Martamag

Has anyone heard from LSE also in the past 3 weeks?


I got my conditional offer about three weeks ago.

Btw I wanted to ask whether anybody has ever had problems with the language requirements. I mean, LSE asks for an overall of 7.5 with at least 7 on writing and 7 on listening. Although I truly believe my english skills are strong, I find it very hard to get such a high score, especially 7 at the writing section. I have already taken the IELTS test right after having completed an IELTS course and I got a 6 in writing (but an overall of 7.5).

Do you think that they can make some exceptions on that?!

<blockquote>Has anyone heard from LSE also in the past 3 weeks?</blockquote>

I got my conditional offer about three weeks ago.

Btw I wanted to ask whether anybody has ever had problems with the language requirements. I mean, LSE asks for an overall of 7.5 with at least 7 on writing and 7 on listening. Although I truly believe my english skills are strong, I find it very hard to get such a high score, especially 7 at the writing section. I have already taken the IELTS test right after having completed an IELTS course and I got a 6 in writing (but an overall of 7.5).

Do you think that they can make some exceptions on that?!
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S09

Oh well may I ask when did you receive the 4th mail?. And as for the IELTS, you might want to mail and ask them or else give another IELTS before June/July. All the best :)

Oh well may I ask when did you receive the 4th mail?. And as for the IELTS, you might want to mail and ask them or else give another IELTS before June/July. All the best :)
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