Acceptance rate for IB student into Accounting and Finance

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Dear London School of Economics,
I would like to request to have available the data for LSE BSc A&F.

1) Total number of IB applicants for A&F in the past 5 years
2) Total number of IB applicants who were given conditioner offers
3) Total number of IB applicants with conditional offers who studied HL math
4)Total number of IB applicants with conditional offers who studied SL math
5)Total number of IB applicants with conditional offers who did not study math

Yours faithfully,
Abie Olubodun

Dear London School of Economics,

Please also provide data for the past 5 years to questions 2,3,4, and 5 in my request.

Yours faithfully,

Abie Olubodun

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

Dear Abie,

 

With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the information you requested. I
apologise for the late response and hope this has not inconvenienced you.

 

Condition Conditional
offers with offers with Conditional offers
Applicants Conditional Mathematics Mathematics without Mathematics
  with IB offers HL Sl HL or SL
2015/6 261 30 12 16 2
2016/7 214 15 5 9 1
2017/8 201 16 8 7 1
2018/9 303 33 11 18 4
2019/0 276 37 12 19 6

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