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**ferrttt**
Thanks for reply.

In terms of texts books, what I studied are:

Math : Further Mathematics for Economic Analysis by Sydsæter. Didn't do real analysis and topology.

Stats : Intro to mathematical stats by Hoggs

Metrics : Econometrics Methods Johnston Dinardo, Econometric Analysis of Cross Section and .. by Wooldridge.

The reason why I compared BGSE advanced track with LSE MRes is to know the rigorousness and depth in topics that advanced track covers. For instance, LSE's EC441, EC442 which are core Micro and Macro courses for MRes seems to be on the same level as advanced track for BGSE (again, I may be wrong) and this is the reason why I am quite frustrated to take advanced track.