Interview outcomes for Geography (L700) applicants at Gonville and Caius

Alex Davis made this Freedom of Information request to Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

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The request was refused by Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.

Dear Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, please would you be so kind as to provide the following information for all undergraduate applicants in the 2016/17 admissions cycle applying for Geography (L700) at Gonville and Caius College:
1. The average UMS of the applicant to 3 significant figures
-in the case where UMS scores weren't declared on the SAQ, please leave these fields blank
2. The average Geography UMS (GUMS) of the applicant to 3 significant figures
-in the case where UMS scores weren't declared on the SAQ, please leave these fields blank
3. The Geography Admission Assessment scores
4. Whether or not the applicant was called for an interview (y/n)
5. The interview scores (1-10)
6. Whether an offer was made (y/n)
7. Whether the applicant was pooled (y/n)
8. If the applicant was pooled, whether an offer was made to the applicant from another college (y/n)

May I suggest the data to be grouped in a single table, with one row per applicant and columns containing the data from Q1-8. May I kindly request the data to be in both electronic (pdf) and Microsoft Excel (xlsx) format.

If any part of this request requires further clarification, please feel free to contact me.

Yours faithfully,

Alex

Dear Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge,

You have not replied to my FOI request within the deadline, as required by law. Please can I remind you of your obligation of replying to my request and providing me with the requested information promptly.

Yours faithfully,
Alex

Sally-Anne Buckle,

Dear Alex Davis

Freedom of Information Act

Thank you for your email.

Because the total numbers are small, answering your request would involve disclosing detailed personal data from which applicants might be identified so under Section 40 of the Freedom of Information Act we cannot accede to the request.

I am sorry not to be able to answer your question. If you are dissatisfied with this reply then you may seek an internal review of it by an officer of the College not party to this reply. You also have a right to apply to the Information Commissioner under section 50 of the Act.

Dr David Secher
FOI Officer
Gonville and Caius College
Cambridge
CB2 1TA

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