Statistics of 2019 Bsc Finance Applicants from ISC/ CBSE India

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Dear London School of Economics,

I am requesting for a statistics to be provided on the 2019 admissions to the Bsc Finance programme offered by LSE. I want the following information:
1. No. Of indian students from ISC/CBSE who applied. for Bsc Finance along with their predicted scores
2. No. Of students who got offers and were called to sit the UGAA test
3. No. Of students who finally got accepted after giving the UGAA and their UGAA scores

Yours faithfully,
Sachika Dedhia.

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

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Dear Sachika,


With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the information you requested.


We have 18 applicants who applied with CBSE/ISC qualifications in 2019/0
to BSc in Finance. Of these, 4 don't have predicted grades but do have a
result which will be excluded as the requester has specifically asked for
predicted scores. Then we have 3 where they have neither predicted grades
or results. Please find below the remaining 11 applicants with predicted
grades that applied with CBSE/ISC qualifications. 

|Predicted Grades|
|for CBSE/ISC |
|applicants |
|A1 |
|90%+ |
| 88%|
| 97.18%|
| 95.80%|
| 91.90%|
| 93.80%|
| 93%|
| 98%|
| 95|



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