A-level and IB grades achieved by those who enrolled on the LLB (M100) course in autumn 2019

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John Dimitroulopoulos

Hello,

I would like to request the following information about your single honours law course (please exclude any data on joint honours law courses from your reply).

1. The number of students who enrolled in 2019.
2. A complete, anonymised list of the A-level results achieved by each of the students who enrolled in 2019. Please break this down by student (e.g. Candidate 1 got A*AA, Candidate 2 got AAA, etc.)
3. A complete, anonymised list of the IB total points achieved by each of the students who enrolled in 2019. Please break this down by student (e.g. Candidate 1 got 35 points out of 45, Candidate 2 got 38 points out of 45, etc.)

Thank you in advance for your reply!

Best Regards,
John Dimitroulopoulos

Queen Mary, University of London FOI, Queen Mary University of London

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QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

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FOI 2020/F34

 

Dear John Dimitroulopoulos,

 

Thank you for your email of 17^th January.

 

I am pleased to provide the following responses.

 

1. 187 students enrolled on the M100 programme in 2019/20.

 

2. Please find attached the results of those enrollers who took A Levels
and IB.

 

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