A100 entry statistics 2016 entry

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Dear Queen Mary, University of London,

I would like to request the following, under the Freedom of Information Act (2000), from Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry:

1. spreadsheet containing GCSE grades, UKCAT scores, AS results, A level predicted grades and UCAS tariff scores for all candidates interviewed during the 2016 admissions process for the A100 course (information anonymised)

2.Average UKCAT, GCSE, AS results, A level predicted grades and UCAS tariff scores for candidates receiving offers

3. Proportion of both candidates invited for interview and offer recipients taking A levels vs those taking IB (e.g. are A level candidates likely to be disadvantaged)

Yours faithfully,
[name removed] [name removed]

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FOI 2016/F253

 

Dear [name removed] [name removed]

 

Thank you for your email of 2^nd September.

 

I am pleased to provide the following answers.

 

1. We do not hold the GCSE grades of applicants. The attached has some of
the information you have requested.

 

2. The average A-level grades of applicants receiving offers is A, A, A.
The average UKCAT score was 2784.

 

3. Of the applicants receiving an offer, 68 took the IB. 290 took
A-levels. There were other candidates with other qualifications as well.

 

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