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How do I submit the additional information you have requested?

Please use the form below to submit any new information that we have requested. Please be aware that if your file is under consideration at the department and you send unsolicited new information, it will not be added to your file until it is returned.


  • STOP! If your application is already complete and under consideration, you should not send any additional documentation unless we have asked for it. Please be patient and await our decision. Submitting extra documents just clogs up our system and slows things down.
  • If we have asked you to submit an additional document, please make sure that you only do so once. Sending duplicates just slows things down.
  • Don't send huge documents. The selectors do not have time to read tens of thousands of words from each applicant. We will discard them. Instead, choose a suitable extract of up to 3,000 words if you are sending a sample of your written work.
  • Don't send documents other than those we have asked for.

If you are attaching a file please read carefully the all instructions below. If you fail to do so, your document may not be transmitted properly which will delay our receipt of it.

  • Please consider the environment, do not send unnecessary items.
  • Please ensure that all documents have your name on every page.
  • Append all attachments into one PDF or Word document (please use .doc NOT .docx files) to allow us to print on both sides. Please optimise your file to minimise its size.
  • Do not attempt to send .zip files. They are not compatible with our system and will not be received.
  • When submitting an attachment, please make sure that the file name has only a-z characters in it (ie no punctuation or spaces). We have had occasional problems with files failing to be uploaded and this seems to help. We have raised this issue with our supplier.
  • If you are submitting GRE or GMAT scores please note that we require your full scores; the totals as well as the percentiles and the Analytical Writing section. If you have just taken the test and have only your raw scores please do not submit them. They will not be considered.
  • Please do not submit duplicate emails. You should make a note of when you submit the form below and check our current processing times for information on when we are likely to process your documents. Make a note of the day you submit the attachment and wait until we have processed all documents from this day before contacting us about your information.
  • If you have a question about your application please search our online enquiries system where you can view FAQs and answers and submit a question. General enquiries submitted via this form will not be answered.
  • If you want to change your address details please submit your changes via the application tracker.

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  • Name
    Please list your raw score and percentile for each section of the test. You should also give your registration number and test date. If you have not already done so, you should arrange for ETS to send your official scores. LSE's institution code is 0972 for the GRE and HMT86-56 for the GMAT.
  • English test score
    Please indicate your scores for each section of the test and the total. You should also give the Test Report Form (TRF) number for the IELTS or the TOEFL Registration Number and test date. Scores must be less than two years old on 1 October 2014
  • Other documents
    Use the browse button to select a file from your computer. Please use .pdf, .doc or image files. Do not attempt to submit .docx or Excel files.
  • By submitting this form, you authorise us to rely and act upon all apparently valid instructions as properly authorised by you, even if they may conflict with any other mandate given at any time concerning your affairs. We may refuse to act on an instruction, for example if we know of or suspect a breach of security. You must make sure that any instruction is accurate and complete and we are not liable if this is not the case.