A100 admission statistics for graduate applicants

Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

Dear Queen Mary University of London,

I would to request the following information in relation to the A100 course. Please provide the information for entry in 2020/2021, 2019/2020 and 2018/2019.

1. The mean UCAT score of all applicants offered interviews
2. The mean UCAT score of graduate (degree-holding) applicants offered interviews
3. The mean UCAT score of all applicants offered places
4. The mean UCAT score of graduate (degree-holding) applicants offered places
9. The range of UCAT scores of graduate (degree-holding) applicants offered interviews
11. The range of UCAT scores of graduate (degree-holding) applicants offered places
12. The number of all applicants
13. The number of graduate (degree-holding) applicants
14. The total number of interviews offered
15. The number of interviews offered to graduate (degree-holding) applicants
16. The total number of places offered
17. The number of places offered to graduate (degree-holding) applicants

Yours faithfully,

Filip Wilk

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

We acknowledge receipt of your request and will respond as soon as we can.

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

FOI 2020/F401

 

Dear Filip Wilk,

 

Thank you for your email of 1^st October.

 

I am pleased to provide the following responses.

 

1. The mean UCAT score of all applicants offered interviews

2018 = 2819

2019 = 2690

2020 = 2688

 

2. The mean UCAT score of graduate (degree-holding) applicants offered
interviews

2018 = information not held.

2019 = 2775

2020 = 2676

 

3. The mean UCAT score of all applicants offered places

2018 = 2812

2019 = 2699

2020 = 2676

 

4. The mean UCAT score of graduate (degree-holding) applicants offered
places

2018 = information not held.

2019 = 2754

2020 = 2689

 

9. The range of UCAT scores of graduate (degree-holding) applicants
offered interviews

2019 = 2520-3310

2020 = 2500-3190

 

11. The range of UCAT scores of graduate (degree-holding) applicants
offered places

2019 = 2520-3310

2020 = 2500-3190

 

12. The number of all applicants

2018 = 2733

2019 = 2107

2020 = 1748

 

13. The number of graduate (degree-holding) applicants

2018 = 501

2019 = 394

2020 = 514

 

14. The total number of interviews offered

2018 = 1060

2019 = 1134

2020 = 1136

 

15. The number of interviews offered to graduate (degree-holding)
applicants

2018 = 144

2019 = 132

2020 = 192

 

16. The total number of places offered

2018 = Approx. 279

2019 = Approx. 308

2020 = Approx. 308

 

17. The number of places offered to graduate (degree-holding) applicants

2019 = 72

2020 = 84

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Paul Smallcombe

Records & Information Compliance Manager

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