LSE Offers/Rejections


Yagub_Z
I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc?


I too applied right before the closure but no transcript movement as of today. Please keep posted.
[quote]I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc? [/quote]

I too applied right before the closure but no transcript movement as of today. Please keep posted.
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I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc?


Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE?

[Edited by ejaintheusa on Apr 11, 2019]

[quote]I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc? [/quote]

Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE?
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Konos
I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc?


Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE?


I want Lse because i want to specialise on Banking law and regulation which the department offers! But mostly because of london life I do t want to go to a **** village like Cambridge. But Cambridge is far more prestigious than lse
[quote][quote]I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc? [/quote]

Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE? [/quote]

I want Lse because i want to specialise on Banking law and regulation which the department offers! But mostly because of london life I do t want to go to a **** village like Cambridge. But Cambridge is far more prestigious than lse
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Good morning everyone,

I have some questions about submitting supporting documents for my conditional offer. I had to graduate with the minimum grade 110/110 and pass the IELTS exam. I fulfilled the first condition: should I upload my diploma supplement (official proof of qualification) via the How Do I form?

Moreover, I am having some issues with the IELTS exam. I took it twice and I scored 8 overall both times, but just 6.5 in the writing section. What do you suggest I should do?

Thank you,

Carolina
Good morning everyone,

I have some questions about submitting supporting documents for my conditional offer. I had to graduate with the minimum grade 110/110 and pass the IELTS exam. I fulfilled the first condition: should I upload my diploma supplement (official proof of qualification) via the How Do I form?

Moreover, I am having some issues with the IELTS exam. I took it twice and I scored 8 overall both times, but just 6.5 in the writing section. What do you suggest I should do?

Thank you,

Carolina
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I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc?


Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE?


I want Lse because i want to specialise on Banking law and regulation which the department offers! But mostly because of london life I do t want to go to a **** village like Cambridge. But Cambridge is far more prestigious than lse


London life is unbeatable
[quote][quote][quote]I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc? [/quote]

Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE? [/quote]

I want Lse because i want to specialise on Banking law and regulation which the department offers! But mostly because of london life I do t want to go to a **** village like Cambridge. But Cambridge is far more prestigious than lse[/quote]

London life is unbeatable
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Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE?


I want Lse because i want to specialise on Banking law and regulation which the department offers! But mostly because of london life I do t want to go to a **** village like Cambridge. But Cambridge is far more prestigious than lse


London life is unbeatable


I agree, London is my favorite city in the entire world. Why did you decide to apply to LSE so late if you knew that was where you wanted to go? And why apply to Cambridge if you had absolutely no intention of going there?

[Edited by ejaintheusa on Apr 13, 2019]

[quote][quote][quote][quote]I have applied on the last day before the application closed! My transcript drop yesterday but no any other news.. Ehen should I expect further information or email etc? [/quote]

Konos, I see from the thread on Cambridge LLM applications that you say you received an offer. I'm curious, why did you then choose to apply to LSE? [/quote]

I want Lse because i want to specialise on Banking law and regulation which the department offers! But mostly because of london life I do t want to go to a **** village like Cambridge. But Cambridge is far more prestigious than lse[/quote]

London life is unbeatable [/quote]

I agree, London is my favorite city in the entire world. Why did you decide to apply to LSE so late if you knew that was where you wanted to go? And why apply to Cambridge if you had absolutely no intention of going there?
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LLM121
I do have to say how my two friends who got into Oxford and Cambridge this year and applied 2 weeks before Konos did not receive any news nor noticed transcript movement until this day.
I do have to say how my two friends who got into Oxford and Cambridge this year and applied 2 weeks before Konos did not receive any news nor noticed transcript movement until this day.
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I had applied on the 6th Jan and got a conditional offer from LSE yesterday! I scored a TOFEL score of 103 and they need 107. Has anyone applied for a waiver of english test?
[quote]I had applied on the 6th Jan and got a conditional offer from LSE yesterday! I scored a TOFEL score of 103 and they need 107. Has anyone applied for a waiver of english test? [/quote]
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When is LSE's Easter break? I'm in my 11th week of waiting for a decision, and if they are not going to be making any admissions decisions over Easter break that would be awful. I believe it's from April 18 to April 24. Any advice on whether or not calling them would be beneficial or detrimental to my chances of getting in?

[Edited by ejaintheusa on Apr 15, 2019]

When is LSE's Easter break? I'm in my 11th week of waiting for a decision, and if they are not going to be making any admissions decisions over Easter break that would be awful. I believe it's from April 18 to April 24. Any advice on whether or not calling them would be beneficial or detrimental to my chances of getting in?
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LLM121
When is LSE's Easter break? I'm in my 11th week of waiting for a decision, and if they are not going to be making any admissions decisions over Easter break that would be awful. I believe it's from April 18 to April 24. Any advice on whether or not calling them would be beneficial or detrimental to my chances of getting in?


I think because you needed to send additional documents that they are not considering you waiting for 11 weeks but less. Same with somebody not sending everything when applying and then their whole procedure started again. So im not sure if it is beneficial to call them but you can always try.
[quote]When is LSE's Easter break? I'm in my 11th week of waiting for a decision, and if they are not going to be making any admissions decisions over Easter break that would be awful. I believe it's from April 18 to April 24. Any advice on whether or not calling them would be beneficial or detrimental to my chances of getting in?[/quote]

I think because you needed to send additional documents that they are not considering you waiting for 11 weeks but less. Same with somebody not sending everything when applying and then their whole procedure started again. So im not sure if it is beneficial to call them but you can always try.
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I called up, and told them that i have another offer i'm considering taking and they've put a note on my file of the deadline for that one and they will try to get back to me before that one but no guarantee.
I called up, and told them that i have another offer i'm considering taking and they've put a note on my file of the deadline for that one and they will try to get back to me before that one but no guarantee.
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When is LSE's Easter break? I'm in my 11th week of waiting for a decision, and if they are not going to be making any admissions decisions over Easter break that would be awful. I believe it's from April 18 to April 24. Any advice on whether or not calling them would be beneficial or detrimental to my chances of getting in?


I think because you needed to send additional documents that they are not considering you waiting for 11 weeks but less. Same with somebody not sending everything when applying and then their whole procedure started again. So im not sure if it is beneficial to call them but you can always try.


The thing is, I did not need to send additional documents. What I sent was not requested by LSE, but because I won several additional awards after submission of my application I thought it would be to my benefit if they had them. But what you are saying absolutely makes sense, perhaps sending that additional information set back consideration of my application.
[quote][quote]When is LSE's Easter break? I'm in my 11th week of waiting for a decision, and if they are not going to be making any admissions decisions over Easter break that would be awful. I believe it's from April 18 to April 24. Any advice on whether or not calling them would be beneficial or detrimental to my chances of getting in?[/quote]

I think because you needed to send additional documents that they are not considering you waiting for 11 weeks but less. Same with somebody not sending everything when applying and then their whole procedure started again. So im not sure if it is beneficial to call them but you can always try.[/quote]

The thing is, I did not need to send additional documents. What I sent was not requested by LSE, but because I won several additional awards after submission of my application I thought it would be to my benefit if they had them. But what you are saying absolutely makes sense, perhaps sending that additional information set back consideration of my application.
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poupemou
Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)
Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)
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Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)


Congratulations! I would pick LSE over King’s but it really depends on what you want to do.
Could you let us know when you saw that the transcript moved?
[quote]Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)[/quote]

Congratulations! I would pick LSE over King’s but it really depends on what you want to do.
Could you let us know when you saw that the transcript moved?
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LLM121
Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)


Congratulations! I would pick LSE over King’s but it really depends on what you want to do.
Could you let us know when you saw that the transcript moved?

Congrats! And which specialism did you apply?
[quote][quote]Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)[/quote]

Congratulations! I would pick LSE over King’s but it really depends on what you want to do.
Could you let us know when you saw that the transcript moved?
[/quote]
Congrats! And which specialism did you apply?
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Has anyone who received his/her ID after February 1st applied for the Human Rights LLM and got an offer?
Has anyone who received his/her ID after February 1st applied for the Human Rights LLM and got an offer?
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poupemou
Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)


Congratulations! I would pick LSE over King’s but it really depends on what you want to do.
Could you let us know when you saw that the transcript moved?

Congrats! And which specialism did you apply?



I notice that my transcript moved down just yesterday.
I'm not fully certain yet, but in my ps i made reference for competition and european law
[quote][quote][quote]Hello guys!
I've received an offer from LSE today. I was quite shocked to be honest as I was not expecting an offer from LSE due to the fact that I applied quite late.
I finished my application on the 15th of February but I received my ID on the 5th of March and next day they were no longer accepting any applications.
Indeed, the movement in the transcript is a positive sign.
Now, I have to choose between Kings and LSE.
Good luck to all of you:)[/quote]

Congratulations! I would pick LSE over King’s but it really depends on what you want to do.
Could you let us know when you saw that the transcript moved?
[/quote]
Congrats! And which specialism did you apply?
[/quote]


I notice that my transcript moved down just yesterday.
I'm not fully certain yet, but in my ps i made reference for competition and european law
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I have been put in a reserve quota. but i did apply very late.
I have been put in a reserve quota. but i did apply very late.
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I have been put in a reserve quota. but i did apply very late.


Did you receive an email notifying you so or was your portal updated? Also, when did you apply?

I applied really late as well but haven’t heard anything yet.
[quote]I have been put in a reserve quota. but i did apply very late.[/quote]

Did you receive an email notifying you so or was your portal updated? Also, when did you apply?

I applied really late as well but haven’t heard anything yet.
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I have been put in a reserve quota. but i did apply very late.


Did you receive an email notifying you so or was your portal updated? Also, when did you apply?

I applied really late as well but haven’t heard anything yet.



My portal was updated :)
[quote][quote]I have been put in a reserve quota. but i did apply very late.[/quote]

Did you receive an email notifying you so or was your portal updated? Also, when did you apply?

I applied really late as well but haven’t heard anything yet. [/quote]


My portal was updated :)
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