Miss Zoe Allwood
22 May 2020
Dear Mr Yunus,
Your request was received on 26 April 2020 and I am dealing with it under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (‘the Act’).
please could you provide the following information regarding the Medicine MBBS
undergraduate course for years from 2010 to 2020 cycles:
1_ How many international applicants to Medicine A100 ?
2_ How many of the students admitted were studying A Levels or other uk qualification?
3_ How many of the students admitted were international?
4_ For each applicant who was unsuccessful in obtaining an interview, can I get a list of their
BMAT score and predicted A levels or other uk qualification results.
5_ For each applicant who was successful in obtaining an interview, can I get a list of their
BMAT score and predicted A Level or other uk qualification results.
6_ Can I get a list of criteria that the interviewers looked at during the interview to determine a
7_ How was the interview scored? Was it a score out of 10 by each interviewer or anything
along those lines?
8_ For each applicant who was successful in obtaining an offer, can I get a list of their BMAT
score, and predicted A Level or other uk qualification results as well as their score in the
9_ I would also like any scoring or grading system used to assess interview performance and if
a form or such is provided to interviewers to record performance is available.
10_ Can I get the interview scores for each successful candidate as well along with the
interview scores for unsuccessful candidates?
The Old Schools
Cambridge, CB2 1TN
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 764142
Fax: +44 (0) 1223 332332
This information is attached insofar as it is held. We only hold information to answer questions 1, 2, 3
and 8 (except the interview score element of that question). This is because we hold no information
about interviews: all interview processes for entry to undergraduate degree courses at the University
are set and managed locally by each of the individual Colleges, each of which is a separate legal entity
and public authority under the Act. We also do not hold information about the 2020 cycle as it is
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