Dear Trinity College, Cambridge,
I am writing to request information on applicants for the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies applicants for the 2018/19 cycle (i.e. applicants for 2019 entry or deferred 2020 entry).
May I know:
- The number of applicants, number of applicants interviewed, number of applicants given offers and the number of applicants placed in the pool at Trinity College for the 2018/19 cycle.
- The GCSE grades of all applicants. If this information is unavailable, then can I instead receive the range of GCSE A* grades
- The scores of each applicant in each section of the AMES admission assessment. If unavailable. May I receive the average scores?
- The language combinations chosen by each applicant (I.e. Arabic and French)
Dear Laura Crawley
I refer to your request dated 20th March. I am the Freedom of Information Officer at Trinity College, Cambridge.
The information you have requested is attached.
Should you have any queries or complaints about this reply you may write to the Junior Bursar, Mr E Knapp at Trinity College, Cambridge. Any complaint should be in writing and should set out clearly the grounds for such complaint. Should you not be satisfied with the outcome, you have the right of appeal to the information commissioner.
Chris Morley, Secretary of the College Council Trinity College, Cambridge CB2 1TQ
Direct: 01223 338469
email: [email address]
Thank you for the response! Would I be able to receive all this information for each applicant in a table such as the Land Economy request by the user Kwai Huang that you responded to today?
i.e. for each applicant, list their GCSE A* count, their AMES admission assessment score, whether they were given an offer and their language combination. May I also receive their individual interview scores in this table?
Thank you once again!
Dear Laura Crawley,
Please see attached the information you have requested. I have not included the language combination as the data is so small that it is exempt under 40(2) of the Act as it might be possible for individual applicants to be identified.
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