A100 Independent Offers and Grades

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Dear Imperial College London,

I would like to request the following information for A100 Independent, Domestic offer holders in form of a table in a spreadsheet:

- A Level / Pre-U Subject 1
- A Level / Pre-U Subject 1 Predicted Grade
- A Level / Pre-U Subject 2
- A Level / Pre-U Subject 2 Predicted Grade
- A Level / Pre-U Subject 3
- A Level / Pre-U Subject 1 Predicted Grade
- BMAT Score Section 1
- BMAT Score Section 2
- BMAT Score Section 3
- Deferred Entry Y/N

Yours faithfully,

Euanne Ng.

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Euanne Ng,

 

We are writing to you further to our duty, contained at Section 16 of the
Freedom of Information Act, to provide advice and assistance to
requesters. It is not possible for the College to supply information about
the A Levels subjects that applicants are studying, unless achieving a
certain grade in a particular subject is a condition of an offer made to a
student. Similarly, we are not able to extract details of applicants’
predicted grades.

 

 Imperial College publishes undergraduate admissions statistics for the
past 5 completed admissions cycles. These include: 

 

o Number of applicants, offers and places confirmed 
o Average BMAT Scores 
o Details of A level, IB and STEP Offers Made 
o New Entrants' Achieved A level and IB Grades 
o Admissions Rate by Nationality 

 

The published information can be accessed at the [1]transparency pages of
our website (scroll to the bottom of the page to the link “Download the
Undergraduate Admission Statistics”). Information is exempt from the
Freedom of Information Act (Section 21) if it is already reasonably
accessible to the requester. The published figures are updated annually
(usually in January/February). Information that is intended for future
publication is exempt from the Freedom of Information Act by virtue of
Section 22 of the Act. 

 

While the published figures do not include all the information you have
asked for, as they show the number of applicants, offers made, average
BMAT scores and A Level grades achieved by successful applicants, they may
be sufficient for your purposes. If not, please consider revising your
request in light of the comments made above.

 

Yours,

 

Freedom of Information Team

Imperial College London 

 

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