Biochemistry Post-Qualification Admissions Statistics

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Dear University of Oxford,

Could I please have the following data for the 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 admissions cycle for Biochemistry, where the candidates were applying post A-level. Could the data please be separately presented for each year/admissions cycle.

If possible, kindly indicate separately, the number of applicants in each category that were studying a similar undergraduate degree at the time of application and in another column, the number of applicants in each category that were studying an unrelated undergraduate degree at the time of application.

If this information is not held, please indicate separately in another column, the relevant number of applicants in each category who were also studying any undergraduate degree at another university whilst applying.

1.) The number of applications to each college (labelled separately for open and direct applicants).

2.) The number of applicants shortlisted and interviewed in each college.

3.) The number of direct offers given by each college.

4.) The number of offers given by each college to candidates from the pool.

5.) The number of pool offers given by other colleges, to candidates who were pooled by the college in question (separately labelled for each college).

6.) The number of applications from candidates who achieved 4 or more A* grades in science subjects (Maths, Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics) at A-level (per college).

7.) The number of offers to candidates who achieved 4 or more A* grades in science subjects at A-level (per college).

8.) The average, maximum and minimum interview scores for all applicants in each college.

9.) The average, maximum and minimum interview scores for all successful applicants in each college.

10.) The average, maximum and minimum interview scores for applicants in each college, with 4A* achieved at A level in science subjects.

11.) The average, maximum and minimum interview scores for applicants in each college, with 4A* achieved at A level in science subjects.

Thank you very much for your time.

Yours faithfully,

Mia Newman

Dear University of Oxford,

Questions have already been answered.

Yours faithfully,

Mia Newman