Data on law students who enrolled in 2017 and 2018

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Dominic Razenstein

Dear University of Leeds,

This request relates to students who enrolled in your LLB Law course (course code: M100) in September or October 2017 and September or October 2018. I refer to these as the “relevant students”.

I request the following data:

1. A complete, anonymised list of all (I)GCSE grades achieved by the relevant students who enrolled in each year;

2. A complete, anonymised list of all A-level grades achieved by the relevant students who enrolled in each year;

3. A complete, anonymised list of all IB grades achieved by the relevant students who enrolled in each year;

4. A complete, anonymised list of all the scores for the LNAT multiple-choice section that were achieved by the relevant students who enrolled in each year.

Notes:

A. Please provide the data for 2017 and 2018 separately.
B. Please do not include data from other law-related courses (such as Law with a Language, Joint Honours Law, or Law with a Year Abroad) if these courses are offered by the university.
C. Please express your response in such a way that each row or bullet point represents a separate, anonymous student.
D. Please provide the data under the following sub-headings, in the following order:
List of (I)GCSE scores for 2017
List of (I)GCSE scores for 2018
List of IB Scores for 2017
List of IB Scores for 2018
List of A-level Scores for 2017
List of A-level Scores for 2018
List of LNAT Multiple Choice scores for 2017
List of LNAT Multiple Choice scores for 2018

Yours faithfully,

Dominic Razenstein

Tracey Crombie,

Please note I am away from the University, returning Wednesday 7 August -
if your query is urgent contact Helen Pickersgill on ext 34036
([email address]).

 

Freedom of Information, University of Leeds

Dear Dominic

I can confirm receipt of the request below, dated 3 August 2019.

Your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and will be answered within twenty working days. As such, you should expect to hear from the University in response by 4 September 2019, if, in the meantime, you have any queries about the request, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards

Lucy Scott

The Secretariat
11.68 EC Stoner Building
University of Leeds
Leeds
LS2 9JT

Kind regards

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Tracey Crombie,

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Dear Mr Razenstein

 

Further to your FOI request, please see below:- 

 

Please note –

The Entry requirements for the School of Law M100 are A Levels - AAA
(Decision at confirmation is based on the top three A levels) IB 35 (with
6, 6, 5 at Higher level)

 

1. A complete, anonymised list of all (I)GCSE grades achieved by the
relevant students who enrolled in each year;  we do not collate the
(I)GCSE information.

 

2. A complete, anonymised list of all A-level grades achieved by the
relevant students who enrolled in each year; see attached.

 

3. A complete, anonymised list of all IB grades achieved by the relevant
students who enrolled in each year; see attached

 

4. A complete, anonymised list of all the scores for the LNAT
multiple-choice section that were achieved by the relevant students who
enrolled in each year. The School of Law do not require the LNAT test for
admission/application purposes so, while many of the applicants may have
taken the test we do not record this information

 

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Best wishes,

 

 

Tracey Crombie
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University of Leeds
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Dominic Razenstein

Dear Tracey,

Thank you for the detailed breakdown!

Yours sincerely,

Dominic Razenstein