LNAT data 2019

Matthew Elliott made this Freedom of Information request to The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service

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Dear The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service,

Please release the following pieces of information.

How many students sat the LNAT exam in 2019, split by test date, geographic location.

Distribution of scores, both raw and scaled, split by the above criteria.

Yours faithfully,

Matthew Elliott

FOI, The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service

Dear Mr Elliott

FOI-2020-01-10-01

Thank you for requesting information from UCAS under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

UCAS will respond on or before 6th February 2020, the date on which the 20 working day response period permitted by FOIA ends.

I, or one of my colleagues, may need to contact you again if the request needs to be clarified. If this happens, UCAS may respond later than the date indicated above as permitted by FOIA.

Kind regards,
Jessica

Jessica Heron
Information Governance Officer

www.ucas.com
Rosehill | New Barn Lane | Cheltenham | GL52 3LZ
 
Registered office as above. Registered company No 2839815.
Registered charity No. (England and Wales) 1024741 and (Scotland) SCO38598.
 

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FOI, The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service

Dear Mr Elliott

FOI-2020-01-10-01

Further to your request, UCAS does not hold the information requested.

While some applicants, in their application to higher education, might state their intention to sit the LNAT, UCAS does not receive any further information. We therefore do not know whether these applicants sat the test as intended or if any other applicants sat the test without stating their intention in their application.

You may be able to find out more information from the company who runs the test, Pearson VUE or from the LNAT Consortium.

If you are not satisfied with the way in which we have responded to your request you may:

1) Contact us requesting that this matter is reviewed internally by UCAS. Your request will then be subject to our internal review process.
2) If you remain dissatisfied with the outcome of your internal review, you can contact the Information Commissioner's Office. The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: The Information Commissioner's Office,
Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF, telephone 0303 1231113, or for further details see their website www.ico.org.uk

Kind regards,
Jessica

Jessica Heron
Information Governance Officer

www.ucas.com
Rosehill | New Barn Lane | Cheltenham | GL52 3LZ

Registered office as above. Registered company No 2839815.
Registered charity No. (England and Wales) 1024741 and (Scotland) SCO38598.

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