Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I read with interest that following request: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/d... . In this you report SJT percentiles by ethnic group.

In the same manner, could you also provide the percentile scores for all applicants who completed the verbal and numerical test for the recent DWP Work Coaches recruitment, in all regions and showing region of the vacancy, showing sublevel ethnic group breakdown for each test taker (such as Asian/Asian British). Basically, I am looking for the same type of score breakdown as in the above request, but for the verbal and numerical test.

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John Fuerst

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Thank you so much for the response. Owing to the unreported data, due to low sample sizes and identifiability, could you please also provide the mean percentiles and the standard deviations for each group (reported above). This should be very easy to compute in excel with the uncensored data if it is in the same format as above.

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Could you please confirm that you will get around to this request?
I fully understand possible delays owing to the pandemic.

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John Fuerst

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