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Dear Imperial College London,

1. How are BMAT, predicted grades and personal statement used for selecting candidates for interview.
2. What do candidates need to show for a successful interview
3.If AS grades are provided for a candidate will it have an effect on whether they will be offered an interview.
4. What was the average proportion of A* for successful candidates in the 2018/2019 cycle and 2017/2018 cycle.

Yours faithfully,

philip clide

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Mr Clide,

This is to acknowledge receipt of your request below, made under the Freedom of Information Act. The College will respond to your request by 17 October 2019.

Kind regards,
Freedom of Information Team
Imperial College London

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IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Mr Clide,

 

Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request. Please find
below the College's response to your questions.

 

1. How are BMAT, predicted grades and personal statement used for
selecting candidates for interview.

2. What do candidates need to show for a successful interview

3. If AS grades are provided for a candidate will it have an effect on
whether they will be offered an interview.

 

Under Section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act, the College is exempt
from providing information if it is reasonably accessible to the applicant
by other means. Full details of the criteria used to select candidates for
interview and the qualities assessed in interview can be found here:
[1]https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/cour...

 

4. What was the average proportion of A* for successful candidates in the
2018/2019 cycle and 2017/2018 cycle.

 

2017/18 cycle: 2.43

2018/19 cycle: 2.52

 

Please note that successful candidates has been taken to mean those
applicants who received an offer for A100 Medicine.

 

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ask us to conduct a review. Please make your representation in writing
within 40 days of the date you received this response. If you remain
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then approach the [2]Information Commissioner’s Office.

 

Kind regards,

 

Freedom of Information Team

[3]Imperial College London 

 

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