Indian CBSE applicants

Rishit Jain made this Freedom of Information request to University College London

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Dear University College London,
This is to make a request regarding the statistics for undergraduate applicants for economics in the most recent cycle who applied with CBSE/ISC (Indian curriculum) qualifications.

I request for the following data:
1)Number of applicants pursuing CBSE/ISC
2)Number of CBSE/ISC applicants who received an offer
3)Number of CBSE/ISC applicants who submitted SAT/ACT scores
4)Number of them who got an offer
5)Number of CBSE/ISC applicants who submitted AP scores and those who got an offer
6)Predicted scores of offer holders

Yours faithfully,

Rishit Jain

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