Admission Data for LSE Economics courses with and without further maths.
Dear London School of Economics,
May I please request the following information for the entry years of 2017, 2018 and 2019 for the courses : BSc Economics, BSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics, BSc Finance,BSc Mathematics and Economics and BSc Mathematics with Economics
1) Number of Applicants with Further Maths
2) Number of Applicants without Further Maths
3) Number of Offers Made to both parties
4) Number of Places
5) Mean number of A* predicted grades for those sitting the A-Level, of whom received an offer 6) Mean number of A* achieved grades at GCSE, of whom received an offer
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