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Point score needed to get into medicine A100 course

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Dear University of Liverpool,
For entry to A100 medicine at Liverpool, what point system score (the 3:1 gcse to ucat score allocated) have been shown to gain an interview and offer into the course. For example, a score of 113.5 (ucat 20.5 and gcse 31x3)
As well as UCAT statistics and GCSE grades statistics for successful applicants

Yours faithfully,

Ayesha Habib

foi Uof Liverpool, University of Liverpool

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Dear Ayesha

This is to acknowledge receipt of your request for information from
the University of Liverpool.   Your reference number is FOI/2020/352. We
will review and process your request as soon as possible.

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Legal & Governance

University of Liverpool, Foundation Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L69
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dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

foi Uof Liverpool, University of Liverpool

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FOI/2020/352

25 September 2020

 

Name:  Ayesha Habib

By email to: [FOI #688491 email]

 

Dear Ms Habib,

 

Thank you for your email of 31^st August requesting information from the
University of Liverpool.  Colleagues have provided the information
requested below.

 

For successful applicants for entry to A100 medicine at Liverpool,

 

what point system score (the 3:1 gcse to ucat score allocated) have been
shown to gain an interview and offer into the course. For example, a score
of 113.5 (ucat 20.5 and gcse 31x3)

We required a minimum of 15 points from your best 9 GCSE’s and then we
would have a cut off score for UCAT before we would call the applicant for
an interview.  See the following documents on our website for information
on scoring and
UCAT [1]https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/medicine/stu...

 

a.      Liverpool Departmental Supplement Entry 2021 

b.      Frequently Asked Questions Entry 2021 

 

UCAT statistics

The admissions process in place for entry in 2021 has been amended and
thus while we are happy to provide UCAT scores that were required for
interview in previous years they will not be indicative of what may happen
in this admissions cycle. For Home/EU applicants a competitive score in
2019-20 was 2400. See the following documents on our
website [2]https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/medicine/stu...

 

a.      Liverpool Departmental Supplement Entry 2021 

b.      Frequently Asked Questions Entry 2021 

 

GCSE grades statistics

We do not centrally record the GCSE scores against admissions data. To
collate this information, we would need to examine each application and,
as such, Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act would apply. 
Section 12 makes provision for the University to refuse requests for
information where the cost of dealing with them would exceed the
appropriate limit, which is currently set at £450 for universities. This
represents the estimated cost of one person spending over 18 hours in
determining which departments might hold the information and then
locating, retrieving, and extracting the information.

 

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a review. Email [University of Liverpool request email] or write to the Freedom of Information
Reviewer, Legal & Compliance, University of Liverpool, Foundation
Building, 765 Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L69 7ZX.  We will respond to your
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www.ico.org.uk.

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

Kirsty Rothwell
Freedom of Information Officer  / Data Protection Co-ordinator
Legal & Governance

University of Liverpool, Foundation Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L69
7ZX

 

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