Admissions enquiry for the undergraduate A200 dentistry course

Faisal Khan made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Queen Mary University of London

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Dear Queen Mary, University of London,

I would like to make the following requests under the Freedom of Information Act (2000) to Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. I would like to know the following for 2018 entry A200 Dentistry:

1)The UKCAT scores, GCSEs and A level predictions that received an offer for 2018 Entry

2) The average UCAS tariff of applicants that were interviewed for 2018 entry (A200)

3) How does Queen Mary calculate tariff scores, and do certified AS grades gain points?

4) The interview scoring sheet for 2018.

Yours faithfully,

Faisal Khan

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

Dear Faisal Khan,

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

Kind Regards,

Queen Mary University of London

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QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

2 Atodiad

FOI 2018/F389

 

Dear Faisal Khan,

 

Thank you for your email of 19^th October.

 

I am pleased to provide the following responses.

 

1. Please see attached spreadsheet for UKCAT scores. Predicted grades that
received offers were A-level ‘AAA’ and equivalent.

2. 190.

3. We use the UCAS tariff score booklet in calculating our tariffs and AS
grades gain points.

4. Please see attached.

 

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