Admission Statistics for BA Jurisprudence (M100)

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Dear University of Oxford,

I am writing to kindly request the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 regarding admissions into the BA (Jurisprudence) course (M100):

1. The predicted and achieved grades, with their corresponding exam board and subjects, for each individual given an interview invitation for the BA (Jurisprudence) course (M100) during the admissions cycles between 2012 and 2016;

2. The Colleges applied to, and given interviews by, and given offers (if given) from for all interview invitation and offer holders;

3. The LNAT multiple choice and essay scores for each individual referred in question 1;

4. The final offer status (Offer, No Offer) for each application receiving an interview.

5. The conditional offer requirements for each of the offers, or if the offers were given unconditionally;

6. The date of the submission of each application by interview holders, the date on which the interview offer was made, and the date on which the offer/no offer notification was given;

7. The country of origin of the individuals referred in question 1;

8. The school of origin of the individuals referred in question 1;

9. Information on any possible quantitative marking scheme used to assess personal statements;

10. All data relevant to the possible marking scheme mentioned in question 9 attached to the offers referred in question 1;

11.Information on any possible quantitative marking scheme used to grade interviews;

12. All data relevant to the possible marking scheme mentioned in question 11 attached to the offers referred to in question 1;

13.Remarks noted by the admissions team during the course of the interview;

14.Information that may have been pegged to the application, e.g. mature applicant, repeat applicant, transfer student, etc.

Please note that an inability on your part to supply information on any of the information, in whole or in part, requests would not retract the request for any other information, in whole or in part, requested.

If this request, in part or in whole, is deemed “vexatious” I request that an explanation of why each part was so deemed be supplied, and that those be parts be treated separately from requests of other information.

Yours faithfully, 


Jane Smith

UAS Foi, University of Oxford

Dear Ms Smith,

 

I write to acknowledge receipt of your request.

 

We shall send you a substantive response no later than the statutory
deadline of 16th May 2017.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Nina Fionda

Administrative Officer (Compliance)

Council Secretariat

University Offices

Wellington Square

Oxford

OX1 2JD

 

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UAS Foi, University of Oxford

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