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International student entry requirements.

I've taken a look at the entry requirements of international students applying to Oxford, Cambridge and London School of Economics and they're extremely demanding. If you haven't quite met the requirements, are there any exemptions or any other entry requirements by which one can apply?
Answered by Alison Patterson
Competition is so tough and the workload so high at these universities that you should regard the minimum entrance requirement as indeed the minimum. Most students admitted will have scored higher than the minimum. You have to be realistic. If you have not achieved the results stated you will not be considered. If you think you have other qualifications that might be considered you must email the universities and ask their admissions office directly.

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