Dear Queen Mary, University of London,
I am writing to ascertain the number of graduate places available on the A100 5-year MBBS programme.
Could you please tell me the number of graduates who applied to this programme for 2011/2012 entry, how many were called for interview, and how many were offered places? I believe you do not use a UKCAT cut-off per se for the 5-year programme, but could you please confirm this?
Out of the graduate applicants, I would like to know the lowest UKCAT score to receive an interview for the A100 5-year course.
Dear Maria Cain
Thank you for your emails requesting information about graduate
applications to A100 in 2011/12 and 2012/13.
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry offer 260 places for
the MBBS 5 year programme. We do not have a pre-determined number of
places allocated for graduates in the A100 programme.
Please see the attached for the figures you requested.
Graduates who apply for this programme will be assessed to ensure they
meet our minimum academic criteria. Applicants who meet these criteria
will then be ranked against the other graduate applicants applying in that
year according to their overall UKCAT score to determine which applicants
to short-list for interview. Therefore, for each year of entry the UKCAT
total scores threshold is the lowest UKCAT score to receive an interview.
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