LSE Offers/Rejections


Bookside
Hello,
what are the grades of german law students who got into LSE at the moment? Some experience reports?
Hello,
what are the grades of german law students who got into LSE at the moment? Some experience reports?
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Luiz
Hello guys,
Could those already accepted to the LSE inform me what is the deadline the university has set to answer the offer for the LLM? I except to have an answer after that date, since I guess the classes are already full. I got my ID on March 5th. Tks!!
Hello guys,
Could those already accepted to the LSE inform me what is the deadline the university has set to answer the offer for the LLM? I except to have an answer after that date, since I guess the classes are already full. I got my ID on March 5th. Tks!!
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kiwig
Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs
Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs
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SoConfused
Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs


Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.
[quote]Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs[/quote]

Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.
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Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs


Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.


I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.
[quote][quote]Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs[/quote]

Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.[/quote]

I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.
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SoConfused
Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs


Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.


I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.


April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though!
[quote][quote][quote]Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs[/quote]

Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.[/quote]

I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.[/quote]

April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though!
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kiwig


Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.


I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.


April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though!


yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally
[quote][quote][quote][quote]Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs[/quote]

Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.[/quote]

I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.[/quote]

April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though![/quote]

yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally
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SoConfused


I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.


April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though!


yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally


well, my other option is going to Cornell, but LSE is so much cheaper and I would really like to have a choice. Hope they sort everything out really quickly after Easter, they are most definitely aware that people have other options to consider and won't wait around forever...

You guys think asking for an expedited review lowers the chances to get in?
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs[/quote]

Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.[/quote]

I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.[/quote]

April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though![/quote]

yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally [/quote]

well, my other option is going to Cornell, but LSE is so much cheaper and I would really like to have a choice. Hope they sort everything out really quickly after Easter, they are most definitely aware that people have other options to consider and won't wait around forever...

You guys think asking for an expedited review lowers the chances to get in?
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April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though!


yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally


well, my other option is going to Cornell, but LSE is so much cheaper and I would really like to have a choice. Hope they sort everything out really quickly after Easter, they are most definitely aware that people have other options to consider and won't wait around forever...

You guys think asking for an expedited review lowers the chances to get in?


At first I was very reluctant to ask for expedited review, because I think if you force them to make a decision early it is more likely they will just reject you. But at this point, I need an answer. I plan on calling on the morning of April 25 to let them know I really need an answer before May 3 because of my offer from UCL.
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs[/quote]

Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.[/quote]

I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.[/quote]

April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though![/quote]

yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally [/quote]

well, my other option is going to Cornell, but LSE is so much cheaper and I would really like to have a choice. Hope they sort everything out really quickly after Easter, they are most definitely aware that people have other options to consider and won't wait around forever...

You guys think asking for an expedited review lowers the chances to get in?[/quote]

At first I was very reluctant to ask for expedited review, because I think if you force them to make a decision early it is more likely they will just reject you. But at this point, I need an answer. I plan on calling on the morning of April 25 to let them know I really need an answer before May 3 because of my offer from UCL.
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Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone!
Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone!
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LLM121
Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone!


Same position, today got a notification I am on reserve list. I don't think I'll get in as a lot of people are there.
[quote]Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone![/quote]

Same position, today got a notification I am on reserve list. I don't think I'll get in as a lot of people are there.
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kiwig


yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally


well, my other option is going to Cornell, but LSE is so much cheaper and I would really like to have a choice. Hope they sort everything out really quickly after Easter, they are most definitely aware that people have other options to consider and won't wait around forever...

You guys think asking for an expedited review lowers the chances to get in?


At first I was very reluctant to ask for expedited review, because I think if you force them to make a decision early it is more likely they will just reject you. But at this point, I need an answer. I plan on calling on the morning of April 25 to let them know I really need an answer before May 3 because of my offer from UCL.


Yeah same, calling tomorrow and ask if i can get an answer by the end of the day. otherwise im just going ucl..
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Applied to LSE/ucl/kcl/qmul 27 jan and got offers from all of them within a month. Deadline for kcl/ucl is next week and still no answer from lse. I called and they’re closed for easter ffs[/quote]

Did they tell you when they'll be back after Easter? I really don't know what's taking them so long, I already had to pay deposits for other schools and am not very keen on losing that money if they come round and send me an offer.[/quote]

I'm in the same situation. I think I am going to have to pay deposits on Kings and UCL and be prepared to lose that money if I get into LSE. Such a waste of money and I hate to do it, but I don't think that LSE's admissions people will be back and making decision until after Easter break on April 24.[/quote]

April 24th?! You've got to be kidding me! I have been thinking about asking for an expedited review (although I am afraid this might lower the chances of getting in), but if they come back to the office that late, there is no point anyways.
I am a little confused about the way they handle application reviews this year as I know various people who have applied after me and have already heard back.


Thanks for letting me know about their Easter break though![/quote]

yeah they're really taking the piss to be honest, i think i'm going ucl even though i wanted to get into lse ideally [/quote]

well, my other option is going to Cornell, but LSE is so much cheaper and I would really like to have a choice. Hope they sort everything out really quickly after Easter, they are most definitely aware that people have other options to consider and won't wait around forever...

You guys think asking for an expedited review lowers the chances to get in?[/quote]

At first I was very reluctant to ask for expedited review, because I think if you force them to make a decision early it is more likely they will just reject you. But at this point, I need an answer. I plan on calling on the morning of April 25 to let them know I really need an answer before May 3 because of my offer from UCL.[/quote]

Yeah same, calling tomorrow and ask if i can get an answer by the end of the day. otherwise im just going ucl..
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SoConfused
Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone!


You got waitlisted until August? are they for real?!

I don't have any advice concerning UCL or Edinburgh, but I for one couldn't deal with waiting around until August to hear back from LSE, so I think I'd decide between the two now. Both are great schools!
[quote]Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone![/quote]

You got waitlisted until August? are they for real?!

I don't have any advice concerning UCL or Edinburgh, but I for one couldn't deal with waiting around until August to hear back from LSE, so I think I'd decide between the two now. Both are great schools!
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kiwig
FINALLY got a response after applying in january. Im on a waiting list and should get an answer in August apparently. C u guys at ucl
FINALLY got a response after applying in january. Im on a waiting list and should get an answer in August apparently. C u guys at ucl
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Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone!


You got waitlisted until August? are they for real?!

I don't have any advice concerning UCL or Edinburgh, but I for one couldn't deal with waiting around until August to hear back from LSE, so I think I'd decide between the two now. Both are great schools!


Yeah, it's definitely unpleasant because I rely heavily on loans/scholarships and waiting until the fall complicates things. I also got in the Oxford waitlist (although not for law) and I will not hear back from them until July the earliest...
[quote][quote]Hey everyone!

If this helps: I received my ID on 16th February and I've just got my response from LSE around 5 pm UK time. There were no changes in the transcript line today (if I understand this concept correctly). They've put me in a reserve group and they say it's because I'm a strong candidate but the quota has been reached - I will know for sure by the end of August. I guess that's better than rejection, although I see that there are people who applied after me and still got in, so I guess the quota is not the only reason.

My current major isn't law, but I have some experience in PIL and this is the specialism that I had chosen. I also have an LLM offer from Edinburgh and a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. Do you have any advice? :)

Good luck to everyone![/quote]

You got waitlisted until August? are they for real?!

I don't have any advice concerning UCL or Edinburgh, but I for one couldn't deal with waiting around until August to hear back from LSE, so I think I'd decide between the two now. Both are great schools![/quote]

Yeah, it's definitely unpleasant because I rely heavily on loans/scholarships and waiting until the fall complicates things. I also got in the Oxford waitlist (although not for law) and I will not hear back from them until July the earliest...
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So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.
So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.
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SoConfused
So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.


I am in the exact same boat. Haven't heard a thing and am based in Los Angeles, so can't really give them a call either. Do you happen to know what time a day they stop accepting calls? I am thinking about getting up super early on Monday and call when it's afternoon for them.

I don't understand how so many people got waitlisted for the reason that the program is full and we still haven't heard a thing!
[quote]So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.[/quote]

I am in the exact same boat. Haven't heard a thing and am based in Los Angeles, so can't really give them a call either. Do you happen to know what time a day they stop accepting calls? I am thinking about getting up super early on Monday and call when it's afternoon for them.

I don't understand how so many people got waitlisted for the reason that the program is full and we still haven't heard a thing!
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So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.


I am in the exact same boat. Haven't heard a thing and am based in Los Angeles, so can't really give them a call either. Do you happen to know what time a day they stop accepting calls? I am thinking about getting up super early on Monday and call when it's afternoon for them.

I don't understand how so many people got waitlisted for the reason that the program is full and we still haven't heard a thing!


I know, it’s crazy. The phones are operated from 11am to 4pm UK time. I did finally stay up late and told them I needed a decision before May 2, and they told me they would expedite my application. The guy on the phone seemed surprised that I received my ID on Feb. 1 and I had not received an answer yet.
[quote][quote]So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.[/quote]

I am in the exact same boat. Haven't heard a thing and am based in Los Angeles, so can't really give them a call either. Do you happen to know what time a day they stop accepting calls? I am thinking about getting up super early on Monday and call when it's afternoon for them.

I don't understand how so many people got waitlisted for the reason that the program is full and we still haven't heard a thing![/quote]

I know, it’s crazy. The phones are operated from 11am to 4pm UK time. I did finally stay up late and told them I needed a decision before May 2, and they told me they would expedite my application. The guy on the phone seemed surprised that I received my ID on Feb. 1 and I had not received an answer yet.
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SoConfused
So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.


I am in the exact same boat. Haven't heard a thing and am based in Los Angeles, so can't really give them a call either. Do you happen to know what time a day they stop accepting calls? I am thinking about getting up super early on Monday and call when it's afternoon for them.

I don't understand how so many people got waitlisted for the reason that the program is full and we still haven't heard a thing!


I know, it’s crazy. The phones are operated from 11am to 4pm UK time. I did finally stay up late and told them I needed a decision before May 2, and they told me they would expedite my application. The guy on the phone seemed surprised that I received my ID on Feb. 1 and I had not received an answer yet.


Ah, I see. Thanks for letting me know. My transcript has just dropped this morning, so there might be something happening - finally. If I haven't heard anything by Monday, I will give them a call anyway.

Fingers crossed they have a positive answer for you after the expedited review! Feb 1 is crazy, they should have let you know weeks ago (I got my ID on Feb 15).
[quote][quote][quote]So I planned on calling LSE today but I had no idea they do not start answering the phone until 11am, and I live in California. That means I have to stay awake until 3am to call them, and I am in the middle of law school finals so that is not happening. I am planning on just accepting my offer at UCL. I checked my LSE portal, and no transcript movement and I have not even received notification that I am on the waitlist.[/quote]

I am in the exact same boat. Haven't heard a thing and am based in Los Angeles, so can't really give them a call either. Do you happen to know what time a day they stop accepting calls? I am thinking about getting up super early on Monday and call when it's afternoon for them.

I don't understand how so many people got waitlisted for the reason that the program is full and we still haven't heard a thing![/quote]

I know, it’s crazy. The phones are operated from 11am to 4pm UK time. I did finally stay up late and told them I needed a decision before May 2, and they told me they would expedite my application. The guy on the phone seemed surprised that I received my ID on Feb. 1 and I had not received an answer yet.[/quote]

Ah, I see. Thanks for letting me know. My transcript has just dropped this morning, so there might be something happening - finally. If I haven't heard anything by Monday, I will give them a call anyway.

Fingers crossed they have a positive answer for you after the expedited review! Feb 1 is crazy, they should have let you know weeks ago (I got my ID on Feb 15).
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So I have an update: just checked my LSE portal and my transcripts have not dropped, but they have completely disappeared. Still lists all my other documents, just no transcripts. Does anyone know what this means?

New update: just checked again literally only 30 minutes later and now my transcripts appear at the bottom of the list stating only "copy received." Hoping this is a good sign!

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So I have an update: just checked my LSE portal and my transcripts have not dropped, but they have completely disappeared. Still lists all my other documents, just no transcripts. Does anyone know what this means?

New update: just checked again literally only 30 minutes later and now my transcripts appear at the bottom of the list stating only "copy received." Hoping this is a good sign!
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