Dear Imperial College London,
Under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I kindly request some statistics / information from you regarding A100 applications for the 2014 and 2015 entry cycle.
The following lists the information I am requesting for the 2014 entry cycle:
1) What were the BMAT scores required to be placed in each band when short-listing for interview?
2) How many applicants were placed in each band?
3) How many applicants were offered an interview from each band?
4) What were the average BMAT scores of those who were offered a place?
I would also like to request data for (1) for the 2015 entry cycle as soon as they are available.
Dear Ms Mayer
This is to acknowledge receipt of your request below, made under the Freedom of Information Act. As you may know, the College must respond to your request within twenty working days of receipt of your request, and sooner if possible.
We will contact you again in due course.
Dear Ms Mayer
Thank you for your Freedom of Information request regarding A100 applications for the 2014 and 2015 entry cycle. Please find the information for 2014 entry attached.
With regard to 2015 entry please be informed that that although the bands have been set they will not be published until April 2015 and as such are exempt from disclosure under Section 22 of the Freedom of Information Act – information intended for future publication. Consequently it is not possible to provide the information requested for 2015 entry at this time. It is recommended that you submit a new request in late April for this information or look at this webpage where they will be published: http://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/cours...
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