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Ref. FOI/20200705/1 
30 July 2020 
Reply to request for information under the Freedom of Information Act  
Your ref 
5 July 2020 

1 - For the years 2006 to 2014, for each 10 mark grouping, how many students were not 
shortlisted, shortlisted but not successful and successful, split by students who did questions 
1-5, 1-3 and 5-6 and 1-2 and 5-7 
2 - For the years 2018 and 2019, where numbers are sufficiently large, what was the 
average number of A*/8/9s at GCSE for students who achieved each 10 mark group in the 
Maths Admissions Test, split by students who did questions 1-5, 1-3 and 5-6 and 1-2 and 5-7 
3 - For the years 2018 and 2019, where numbers are sufficiently large, what was the 
average Maths Admissions Test score for all applicants, those who were shortlisted and those 
who were successful by their number of A*/8/9s at GCSE, split by students who did 
questions 1-5, 1-3 and 5-6 and 1-2 and 5-7 
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