Dear Queen Mary University of London,

Under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act (2000), I kindly request for information regarding the A100 Medicine MBBS course for 2016/2017, 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 admission cycles.

1) What was the lowest GCSE grade combination of students who received interviews and then were made offers?
2) What were the individual GCSE grades of applicants who were made offers?
3)How many students applied with valid extenuating circumstances, and of those, how many were made offers?
4) What is the weighting of GCSE grades in the selection process?
5)What was the average UCAT score of applicants who received interviews and were made offers?

Yours faithfully,

Hasina Naim

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

Dear Hasina

We have received your FOI request and will respond as soon as we can.


Yours sincerely,

Queen Mary University of London

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QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

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FOI 2019/F446

 

Dear Hasina Naim,

 

Thank you for your email of 25^th October.

 

We do not consider GCSE grades in the selection process for MBBS
admissions.

 

With regard to part 3 of your request, here are the figures:

 

  Applied Accepted
2016 entry 31 12
2017 entry 28 8
2018 entry 21 7

 

With regard to part 5 of your request, please see attached, from which you
can calculate averages.

 

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