A101 2022-2023 offer holder information

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Dear King's College London,

I would please like to know:

All of these questions relate to the applicants of the A101 course in 2022-2023 (applied in 2022 entered/started studying in 2023)

1) The number of applicants in the 2022-2023 cycle (applied in 2022 and started studying in 2023)
2) The number of applicants given interviews in that cycle
3) The number of offers given to those who were interviewed
4) The UCAT scores and SJT bands of those who were given offers
5) The interview scores of those given offers (if that is allowed to be disclosed)
6) The A level grades predicted/achieved for those given offers (if this cannot be given that is perfectly fine, i would just like the answers for the first 5 questions)
Thank you for your time and help

Yours faithfully,
John

Information Compliance, King's College London

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Dear Applicant,

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Information Compliance Officer
Department of Business Assurance
King's College London
Room: SW1.09
Somerset House East Wing
Strand Campus
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Dear Information Compliance,
I sincerely apologize for the absence of my full name. I have copied the request again with my full name this time. I thank you for your clarification

Dear King's College London,

I would please like to know:

All of these questions relate to the applicants of the A101 course in 2022-2023 (applied in 2022 entered/started studying in 2023)

1) The number of applicants in the 2022-2023 cycle (applied in 2022 and started studying in 2023)
2) The number of applicants given interviews in that cycle
3) The number of offers given to those who were interviewed
4) The UCAT scores and SJT bands of those who were given offers
5) The interview scores of those given offers (if that is allowed to be disclosed)
6) The A level grades predicted/achieved for those given offers (if this cannot be given that is perfectly fine, i would just like the answers for the first 5 questions)
Thank you for your time and help
Yours faithfully,
John Abdul Mai

Information Compliance, King's College London

Dear John,

Thank you for your clarification email. We will treat your request for information as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, received by the university on 22 July 2023. We will endeavour to respond to your request within the statutory 20 working daytime frame.

Please note that the university has adopted the Model Publication Scheme and also publishes FOI responses on our Disclosure Log. The Fees Regulations state that requests received within 60 consecutive working days can be aggregated.

Kind Regards,

Lakeisha Dowsey-Magog (she/her)
Information Compliance Officer
Department of Business Assurance
King’s College London
Room: SW1.09
Somerset House East Wing
Strand Campus
WC2R 2LS

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Information Compliance, King's College London

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Dear John Abdul Mai,

 

Request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (“the
Act”)

 

Further to your recent request for information held by King’s College
London, I am writing to confirm that the requested information is not held
the university.

 

Your request

 

We received your information request on 22^nd July 2023 and have treated
it as a request for information made under section 1(1) of the Act.

 

You requested the following information:

 

I would please like to know:

 

All of these questions relate to the applicants of the A101 course in
2022-2023 (applied in 2022 entered/started studying in 2023)

 

1) The number of applicants in the 2022-2023 cycle (applied in 2022 and
started studying in 2023)

2) The number of applicants given interviews in that cycle

3) The number of offers given to those who were interviewed

4) The UCAT scores and SJT bands of those who were given offers

5) The interview scores of those given offers (if that is allowed to be
disclosed)

6) The A level grades predicted/achieved for those given offers (if this
cannot be given that is perfectly fine, i would just like the answers for
the first 5 questions)

 

Our response

 

There are no applicants who have started studying A101 in 2023 yet. This
data will not be made available until the next admissions cycle begins.

 

This completes the university’s response to your information request.

 

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the Information Commissioner cannot make a decision unless you have
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London.

 

The Information Commissioner can be contacted at the following address:

The Information Commissioner’s Office

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Yours sincerely,

 

Lakeisha Dowsey-Magog (she/her)

Information Compliance Officer

Department of Business Assurance

King’s College London

Room: SW1.09

Somerset House East Wing

Strand Campus

WC2R 2LS

 

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