A101 interview

Tom brown made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Queen Mary University of London

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Dear Queen Mary University of London,

Hope you are well. I am writing to you regarding the A101 interviews for the GEP programme, I have two requests which I hope you can answer.

1) Id like to see the scoring sheets used when interviewing graduate applicants for the Medicine A101 course for 2018, 2019, 2020. (And if possible 2021)
2) Once an applicant reaches the interview stage are any other criteria used to determine if they get a place or is it just the interview score alone?

Kind Regards,

Tom Brown

Dear Queen Mary University of London,

Just a reminder that the deadline for responding to this request is approaching soon. I appreciate that this is a difficult time and understandably things like this will take longer to process. However, I am yet to receive a response or acknowledgement.

Yours faithfully,

Tom brown

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

2 Atodiad

FOI 2021/F19

Dear Tom Brown,

Thank you for your email.

Please accept our apologies for the delay in responding; the University is exceptionally busy, particularly at this time with admissions and interviews concerning the School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Please find attached scoring sheets you requested. The 'Candidate Result Matrix' was used in years 2018-2020 and the 'A101 2021 IS' in 2021, due to the remote nature of the interviews this year.

In answer to part 2 of your request, only interview performance and score will determine which candidates are made offers once at that stage.

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Yours sincerely

Paul Smallcombe
Records & Information Compliance Manager