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heyy

im graduating next year

and i'm probably gonna get a final score of between 41~43

So...

i don't know what college...

i'm thinking either uk or us

So, in UK i'm definitely gonna apply to LSE. But i dunno what else.......

like i'm not even sure what specific major i want to do..

i probably want to do something combined with math and business .. which is probably.. finance? or is there anything else...?

I'd really like some advice :)

and could you guys tell me what the good colleges in uk and us are? for business

THANKS!!!

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heyy

im graduating next year

and i'm probably gonna get a final score of between 41~43

So...

i don't know what college...

i'm thinking either uk or us

So, in UK i'm definitely gonna apply to LSE. But i dunno what else.......

like i'm not even sure what specific major i want to do..

i probably want to do something combined with math and business .. which is probably.. finance? or is there anything else...?

I'd really like some advice :)

and could you guys tell me what the good colleges in uk and us are? for business

THANKS!!!

For the US:

If you're applying there give the SAT's. Register on www.collegeboard.com and choose a test centre and pay.

Research on the Uni you wish to go to. there are thousands of great uni's in the US for business. The advantage of US universities is that the Liberal Arts colleges let you take ANY course you want for two years. you can choose what you want to major in after 2 years.

I can go on and on about the US college system but I suggest you do more research. Here's a link to get you started: http://www.usnews.com/education/features/guide-to-admissions

Speak to your school counsellor. They are the best people to speak to.

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You could try UCL and oxford if you get those scores ... That's in the UK

I cant comment on America though

If s/he is graduating this year, and wants to go to university next fall, then it's too late for Oxford as the deadline for applications was a few days ago.

If you want to go into business, I've heard that Warwick was quite good. And LSE if, of course, the most Economic-oriented uni in UK so it's your best choice, I guess. :)

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