Statistics of CBSE applicants for bsc Finance and economics and Math

Rishit Jain made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to London School of Economics

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Dear London School of Economics,
I am requesting for a statistics to be provided on the 2020 admissions to the Bsc Finance and Bsc Economics and Math programme offered by LSE. I want the following information:
1. No. Of indian students from ISC/CBSE who applied. for Bsc Finance or Bsc economics with Math along with their predicted scores or result.
2. No. of them who got an offer
3. No. of them who sent SAT or ACT scores and got an offer
4. No of them who sent AP scores and got an offer

Yours faithfully,

Rishit Jain

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Dear Rishit

 

Further to your recent FoI request, the Schools response is provided (in
red) below:

Q1. No. Of Indian students from ISC/CBSE who applied. for Bsc Finance or
Bsc economics with Math along with their predicted scores or result.

A1. 60 Indian students from ISC/CBSE applied for BSc in Finance (UBFI) and
BSc in Mathematics and Economics (UBMAEC). Please find attached a
spreadsheet containing the predicted grades.

Please Note:

o The predicted scores are self-reported data.
o There are more rows than the number of individuals as some reported
each subject as a separate record, where some provided an overall
predicted score. 
o Where there are no predicted grades shown this is due to us not being
provided with this information. 

In addition, LSE offers the programme titled "BSc in Mathematics and
Economics" rather than "BSc Economics with Mathematics", we have
provided data for Mathematics and Economics for the response. 

Q2. No. of them who got an offer

A2. 2 students in total, both offers for BSc in Finance (UBFI). 

Q3. No. of them who sent SAT or ACT scores and got an offer

A3. The School does not consider SAT or ACT scores for entry, so this
question is n/a. Information not recorded.

Q4. No of them who sent AP scores and got an offer

A4. 0 students in total. 

 

Could I ask you to think about the underlying question that is prompting
your data request. If you are attempting to find out what are your chances
of getting a place, remember that this cannot be answered by reference to
data. Applications are considered on their individual merits, based on a
holistic view of your supporting documents in the context of the current
cohort. Figures from previous years will not offer any insight on your
application. Your best way to find the answer is to apply.

 

If you think that the information provided does not meet your request,
contact Rachael Maguire on 020 7849 4622 or write to Louise Nadal, School
Secretary, London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton
Street, London, WC2A 2AE. We will then review the response to your request
and get back to you within 20 working days. You can also contact the
Information Commissioner's Office [1]http://www.ico.gov.uk/, though they
expect the internal review to be carried out before receiving a complaint
directly.

 

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Best Wishes,

 

Paul

 

Dr Paul R. Duller

Data Protection Officer (Interim)

The London School of Economics and Political Science

Houghton Street | London | WC2A 2AE

 

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