Average GMAT Score for Admitted Applicants

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Dear University College London,

Under the request of information act, I request:

- Average GMAT and GRE (include verbal and quantitative scores respectively if possible) scores for applicants and offer holders for each year over the last 3 years of following master's programmes:

MSc Finance;
MSc Management;
MSc Business Analytics;
MSc Entrepreneurship

Yours faithfully,

Yoshi Wong (Full Name)

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Dear Yoshua

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request of 23^rd January 2024.

 

We have completed the compilation of information in response to your
request for information about the average GMAT and GRE (include verbal and
quantitative scores respectively if possible) scores for applicants and
offer holders for each year over the last 3 years of the following UCL
Master’s programmes:

 

• MSc Finance
• MSc Management
• MSc Business Analytics
• MSc Entrepreneurship

 

We can confirm that we hold information of the description specified in
your request and this information is provided in the attached pdf
spreadsheet.

 

As you will see within the spreadsheet, where the average GMAT or GRE
score is based on a group of 7 or fewer individuals, the information has
been withheld.  This information has been withheld because, with such low
numbers, even providing the information without names, there is a risk the
individuals may be identifiable which means that these are personal data
of third parties, or if linked with other personal identifiers within the
public domain, would be likely to become personal data.  This information
has been withheld under Section 40(2) of the Freedom of Information Act
2000 (FOIA) by virtue of Section 40(3A)(i).

 

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