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L100 Admissions Statistics 2019-2020 Admissions Cycle

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Dear Trinity College, Cambridge,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to request the following data regarding the applicants to the economics L100 course in the UCAS admissions cycle 2019-2020:

1. The GCSE grades of each applicant
2. The predicted/achieved A Level (or equivalent) grades and subjects of each applicant
3. The school type of each applicant
4. Whether the applicant was a Home, EU or international applicant
5. ECAA Problem Solving Raw Score and Adjusted Score out of 9
6. ECAA Maths Raw Score and Adjusted Score out of 9
7. ECAA Section 2 Score of each applicant
8. UCAS form/Personal Statement/Reference scores (if any such scores exist) for each applicant
9. Indicate whether each applicant was invited for interview
10. Interview Scores of each applicant
11. Indicate whether an applicant received an offer, was pooled and then received an offer, rejected from the pool or rejected without pooling

If possible, please could the data be formatted in an Excel spreadsheet?

I thoroughly appreciate the time and effort you must take into assembling and formatting such data and I thank you for this in advance.

Yours faithfully,

Lucy Wilde

foi, Trinity College, Cambridge

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Dear Lucy Wilde,

I refer to your request dated 19th February 2020. I am the Freedom of Information Officer at Trinity College, Cambridge.

The information you have requested is attached.

Please note that we only record the number of A*s a candidate has achieved at GCSE and we do not give the UCAS form/Personal Statement/Reference a score.

Should you have any queries or complaints about this reply you may write to the Junior Bursar, Mr E Knapp at Trinity College, Cambridge. Any complaint should be in writing and should set out clearly the grounds for such complaint. Should you not be satisfied with the outcome, you have the right of appeal to the information commissioner.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Morley

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Chris Morley, Secretary of the College Council Trinity College, Cambridge CB2 1TQ
Direct: 01223 338469
email: [email address]

From: Lucy Wilde <[FOI #647886 email]>
Sent: 19 February 2020 11:27
To: Trinity College Senior Bursar's Office <[Trinity College, Cambridge request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - L100 Admissions Statistics 2019-2020 Admissions Cycle

Dear Trinity College, Cambridge,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to request the following data regarding the applicants to the economics L100 course in the UCAS admissions cycle 2019-2020:

1. The GCSE grades of each applicant
2. The predicted/achieved A Level (or equivalent) grades and subjects of each applicant 3. The school type of each applicant 4. Whether the applicant was a Home, EU or international applicant 5. ECAA Problem Solving Raw Score and Adjusted Score out of 9 6. ECAA Maths Raw Score and Adjusted Score out of 9 7. ECAA Section 2 Score of each applicant 8. UCAS form/Personal Statement/Reference scores (if any such scores exist) for each applicant 9. Indicate whether each applicant was invited for interview 10. Interview Scores of each applicant 11. Indicate whether an applicant received an offer, was pooled and then received an offer, rejected from the pool or rejected without pooling

If possible, please could the data be formatted in an Excel spreadsheet?

I thoroughly appreciate the time and effort you must take into assembling and formatting such data and I thank you for this in advance.

Yours faithfully,

Lucy Wilde

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Dear Trinity College, Cambridge,

Firstly I would like to thank you for the swift response. It is very much appreciated.

In regards to the L100 Admissions Statistics 2019-2020 Admissions Cycle FOI request, would it be possible for each row to be the data of each applicant? (In a similar format to the data released with https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/e...)

In the scenario that it is not possible, then would it be reasonable to ask for the ECAA scores, interview scores and final outcome of each applicant, considering applicants do not have knowledge of their ECAA or interview score anyway (therefore there is no way of identifying individuals)?

Yours faithfully,

Lucy Wilde

foi, Trinity College, Cambridge

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Dear Lucy Wilde,

I refer to your request dated 20th February 2020. I am the Freedom of Information Officer at Trinity College, Cambridge.

We no longer provide responses in the format you have requested as applicants can be identified.

I am attaching the data requested (ECAA scores, interview scores and final outcome).

Should you have any queries or complaints about this reply you may write to the Junior Bursar, Mr E Knapp at Trinity College, Cambridge. Any complaint should be in writing and should set out clearly the grounds for such complaint. Should you not be satisfied with the outcome, you have the right of appeal to the information commissioner.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Morley

_____________________________________________
Chris Morley, Secretary of the College Council Trinity College, Cambridge CB2 1TQ
Direct: 01223 338469
email: [email address]
web: http://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/

From: Lucy Wilde <[FOI #647886 email]>
Sent: 20 February 2020 16:13
To: Trinity College Senior Bursar's Office <[Trinity College, Cambridge request email]>
Subject: Re: Freedom of Information request - L100 Admissions Statistics 2019-2020 Admissions Cycle

Dear Trinity College, Cambridge,

Firstly I would like to thank you for the swift response. It is very much appreciated.

In regards to the L100 Admissions Statistics 2019-2020 Admissions Cycle FOI request, would it be possible for each row to be the data of each applicant? (In a similar format to the data released with https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/e...)

In the scenario that it is not possible, then would it be reasonable to ask for the ECAA scores, interview scores and final outcome of each applicant, considering applicants do not have knowledge of their ECAA or interview score anyway (therefore there is no way of identifying individuals)?

Yours faithfully,

Lucy Wilde

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