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I have recently discovered LSE online, and have been thinking. Why should I pay 16,000 a year (maybe less if you get a scholarship) when I could get a degree for a lot less online, from the comfort of anywhere, and from a better institution? I guess my only question is about admissions. From what I can see on their site, your GPA has to meet 3.5 as an international student. Then on another page though, there were different requirements, including AP (which I never took being homeschooled and all). My questions are: Do you think LSE would be better than Northwood, can I transfer from a community college easily with a good GPA, and can I get in even if my ACT is not quite up to snuff? (Can I make up for my GPA at a community college)?
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