Dentistry A200 2019 entry

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Dear University of Leeds,

Could you kindly answer the following queries please:

1. How many places are available on the 2019 entry?
2. How many people were called for interview?
3. How many places have been offered?
4. Details of what the cut off mark was for an offer following interview? Was this heavily dependent on the performance on the day?
5. What is the lowest score after interview where an offer has been made for 2019 entry?
6. Is there a ‘waiting list’ and how is this prioritised?
7. Can a student who holds an offer from another University for dentistry, still go onto your waiting list?
8. Were any places offered in 2018 to those who had initially been rejected after their interview?

Yours faithfully,
Humaira

Freedom of Information, University of Leeds

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University of Leeds
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Tracey Crombie,

Dear Humaira

 

Further to your FOI request, please see below:

 

1. How many places are available on the 2019 entry?

 

72 Home/EU + 4 International

 

2. How many people were called for interview?

 

272 Home/EU + 7 Internationals

 

3. How many places have been offered?

 

110 Home/EU + 4 Internationals

 

4. Details of what the cut off mark was for an offer following interview?
Was this heavily dependent on the performance on the day?

 

Overall MMI scores were ranked - there was no cut-off score. Offers were
made up to the 108th rank. Offers were based solely on interview
performance.

 

5. What is the lowest score after interview where an offer has been made
for 2019 entry?

 

Rank position 108.

 

6. Is there a ‘waiting list’ and how is this prioritised?

 

No.

 

7. Can a student who holds an offer from another University for dentistry,
still go onto your waiting list?

 

We do not have a waiting list.

 

8. Were any places offered in 2018 to those who had initially been
rejected after their interview?

 

No.

 

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University of Leeds
LS2 9JT
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