Dear London School of Economics,
I would like to know the average exam marks, broken down by student programme (MRes Economics Track 1, MRes Economics Track 2, intercollegiate, etc) for the course EC442 over the past 5 years
Thank you very much.
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Dear Sophie Yang
Thanks for your request under the Freedom of Information act. The
information you requested is attached. Given that the breakdown of marks
by year was so small, we have decided to exempt this information under
section 40 of the Act relating to personal information, as it is
conceivable that individual student’s marks might be identified in some
cases. Overall averages have bene provided where possible.
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