Medicine A100 Contextual Admissions Statistics 2019/20/21

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Dear University of Bristol,

I am requesting information regarding contextual applications to the Medicine A100 course. I would like this information for 2018, 2019 and 2020 entry.

1) What was the average UCAT score from all contextual applicants who applied for 2018/19/20 entry?

2) What was the average UCAT score invited to interview from contextual applicants for 2018/19/20 entry?

3) What was the UCAT cutoff score for contextual applicants who were invited to interview for 2018/19/20 entry (if you do not have a specified cut off please provide the lowest score)?

4) What was the number of contextual applicants for 2018/19/20 entry and what
percentage/number of those applicants were offered an interview?

5) Of the contextual students who received interviews for 2018/19/20 entry, what
percentage/number got an offer?

Yours faithfully,
Lucy Morgan

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Dear Lucy Morgan,

 

Freedom of Information Request (our reference FOI21442)

 

We refer to your Freedom of Information request dated 03/09/2021.  

 

You requested the following information:

 

I am requesting information regarding contextual applications to the
Medicine A100 course. I would like this information for 2018, 2019 and
2020 entry.

1) What was the average UCAT score from all contextual applicants who
applied for 2018/19/20 entry?

2) What was the average UCAT score invited to interview from contextual
applicants for 2018/19/20 entry?

3) What was the UCAT cutoff score for contextual applicants who were
invited to interview for 2018/19/20 entry (if you do not have a specified
cut off please provide the lowest score)?

4) What was the number of contextual applicants for 2018/19/20 entry and
what
percentage/number of those applicants were offered an interview?

5) Of the contextual students who received interviews for 2018/19/20
entry, what
percentage/number got an offer?

 

 

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