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Mathematics G100 application statistics 2018-2019

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Dear Queens’ College, Cambridge,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I kindly request you to release the following information for the 2018-2019 UCAS application cycle:
For each Mathematics (G100) applicant:

1. Number of A*s at GCSE
2. A-level subjects and predicted grades (and average maths/further maths UMS if applicable)
3. Scores achieved at interview (1-10)
4. Whether Queens' College made an offer (y/n)
5. If offer not made, whether the candidate was pooled (y/n)
6. If the candidate was pooled, whether they were made an offer by another college (y/n)

Yours faithfully,

E. Pearson

Jonathan Spence, Queens' College, Cambridge

Dear E Pearson

Further to your request dated 26 March, 2019 under the Freedom of
Information Act, we are exercising a section 40(2) exemption and so
providing summary data.

Queens’ had 97 applicants for Maths this year, the vast majority of whom
were interviewed. We made 35 offers for either 2019 or 2020. We pooled 25
candidates, 10 of whom were subsequently offered places by other colleges.
For those candidates to whom we made offers, predictions were in the range
A*A*A to A*A*A*A*. The number of A* GCSEs was between 0 and 12 and Maths
UMS was between 90.3% and 100%. Interview scores were in the range 6.5-9.
For candidates to whom we did not make offers, predictions were in the
range A*AAB to A*A*A*A*. The number of A* GCSEs was between 2 and 12 and
Maths UMS was between 77& and 98%. Interview scores were in the range 4-8.

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Yours sincerely

Jonathan Spence
Senior Bursar
On 26/03/2019 19:48, E. Pearson wrote:

Dear Queens’ College, Cambridge,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I kindly request you to release the following information for the 2018-2019 UCAS application cycle:
For each Mathematics (G100) applicant:

1. Number of A*s at GCSE
2. A-level subjects and predicted grades (and average maths/further maths UMS if applicable)
3. Scores achieved at interview (1-10)
4. Whether Queens' College made an offer (y/n)
5. If offer not made, whether the candidate was pooled (y/n)
6. If the candidate was pooled, whether they were made an offer by another college (y/n)

Yours faithfully,

E. Pearson

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