Medicine applicants A100 scoring

Anna Maria made this Freedom of Information request to University of Aberdeen

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Dear University of Aberdeen,

Here are my questions:
- What are scoring guidelines for RUK and EU students - as in how many marks do you give for certain A level predictions, IB predictions, and UKCAT?
- What is the needed combined score to secure an interview?
- are EU and Home applicants scored the same?
- Does A*A*A* predictions, First, and 7,7,7 (at higher level) give you equivalent points?
- How many people applied for 2014 - 2017 med program and how many people got in? (for each year)
- How many people applied for the 2018 entry?
- How many people who applied from 2014 - 2017 (each year individually) applied with grades that didn't meet the entry requirements?

Yours faithfully,

Anna - Maria

Foi, University of Aberdeen

Dear Ms Maria

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Yours sincerely
Morag Smith

FOI Administration Assistant

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Foi, University of Aberdeen

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Dear Ms Maria

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST FOI 2017-338

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