Your Questions About London School Of Economics

Michael asks…

what subjects should I take in A levels in get into the london school of economics and political science?

I really want to go to the london school of economics and political science in department of ECONOMICS. So how many subjects should I take in A levels, what subjects should I take and what grades do I have get in them.
Your reply would be very helpful.
Thank You

kenspong answers:

History and English for certain. And Maths. Probably NOT economics!

Robert asks…

the best laptop for educational purposes london school of economics?

i will soon be joining the london school of economics(lse) .

i wanted to know which is the best laptop for me for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.

also my course is —– actuarial sciences.

i already have a macbook but would like something else.

any help is greatly appreciated .

thanks in advance.

kenspong answers:

PC specialists allow you to select only the components your need so you will get a powerful machine without wasting money of graphics cards and big screens. Also you can get XP.

Go for XP pro, 2-3GB ram a 2-2.5 GhZ processor and get the Bluetooth transponder so you can connect to your phone etc. Honestly DON’T get Vista.

Http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/

Nancy asks…

Is london school of economics’ summer school easier to get into than applying for a 4 year or graduate degree?

I know the school has a low acceptance rate, but is is the same for summer study abroad programs, or for semester programs? I am in the process of applying but I won’t bother to continue if it’s the same b/c I defenetly don’t have LSE grades quite yet.

kenspong answers:

Much easier to get into the summer school and the study abroad programme than to be accepted as a full undergraduate. The LSE funds itself almost entirely out of its international student fees.

David asks…

What is the entry requirements for the London School of Economics?

Hey,
Basically i just wonderedd whatt they would look for in terms of gcses and a level results for an economics course of some kind?
I thought at A level you could only get an A not an A*???

kenspong answers:

Basically for A levels they expect an A* in maths and A’s in the other two A levels. Also they like Further Maths although they don’t state it as a requirement. I also remember it was ridiculously competitive with a 15:1 applicant to place ratio.

As for Gcse’s they don’t say although the more A* the merrier!

Donna asks…

Is a Diploma from the London School of Economics worth pursuing?

I have the option of going for a Diploma in Economics at the LSE, but I was curious as to how a Diploma is looked at in the UK? I want to achieve one before I go on to a Masters. Is it worth the investment? Are Diplomas just like Certificates or something in the UK?

kenspong answers:

The London School of Economics don’t do Diplomas. Where did you get this offer from ?

Http://www.lse.ac.uk

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