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A100 Post Qualification Statistics - Last 3 Admissions Cycles

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Dear Cambridge University,
I am writing to gain an insight into your acceptances for A level applicants (and re-applicants specifically) who applied post-qualification in the last 3 admissions cycles. I would like to request information for the following:
1) How many people applied after obtaining their actual A levels for medicine (A100) and how many people were successful? Also, how many people reapplied after being unsuccessful for the A100 course and how many were successful?
2) Of those who were successful could you tell their bmat scores in each section? Could you also do the same for those unsuccessful. If this is not possible, could I get the average bmat scores in each section for those successful and unsuccessful instead?
3) Could I also get the interview scores of successful applicants and unsuccessful candidates if these are available? If not, could I find out the average successful interview score?
4) Finally, could I get the GCSE grades of all successful applicants.

Please do contact me if anything needs clarification.
Yours faithfully,
Bobby James

FOI, University of Cambridge

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University of Cambridge
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