Dear London School of Economics, could I request the details of students who got accepted into L1U1 and L1U2 of whom had graduated with a bachelor's degree from an Irish university within the last 8 years.
Could you list specifically the admissions applications details of their graduating undergraduate GPA, undergraduate stage breakdown GPA and GRE scores
Yours faithfully, Timothy McKewl
With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act, please find below the School's response.
Regarding students who got accepted into L1U1 and L1U2 of whom had graduated with a bachelor's degree from an Irish university within the last 8 years and the details of their graduating undergraduate GPA, undergraduate stage breakdown GPA and GRE scores:
In the past 8 years there have been 7 people made offers for those two programmes who had previously studied at Irish institutions. <5 took up their place.
We do not have the final degree marks available as not all of the students provided them.
We do not store interim marks on our student record system so that information is not available.
The average scores for each part of the GRE are:
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