Dear Queen Mary University of London,
Under the freedom of information act, I would like to request the following information for both A100 and A101 for 2021 entry:
1. What were the lowest and highest UCAT scores of applicants who gained an interview for A100 and A101 2021 entry?
2. What were the lowest and highest UCAT scores of applicants who received an offer for A100 and A101 2021 entry?
3. How many applicants applied as graduates for A100 and A101 entry?
4. What were the lowest and highest UCAT scores of graduate applicants who applied with 1st in their undergraduate degree and were successful in gaining an interview for A100 and A101 entry?
Dear Brendon Rodrigo,
Thank you for your email of 21st September.
The information you have requested is available (or will be available)
from our website at
and by perusing similar requests on WhatDoTheyKnow.com at
Your request is therefore refused under s.21 and s.22 of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.
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