Dear Queen Mary University of London,
All of the requests below pertain to your law (M100) course. Please do not include data from other law-related courses (such as Law with a Language or Law with a Year Overseas) if these courses are available.
I would like to request the following information for the 2017/2018 admissions cycle:
1. A complete, anonymised list of all (I)GCSE grades achieved by the students who enrolled in the M100 law course following the relevant admissions period.
2. A complete, anonymised list of all A-level grades achieved by the students who enrolled in the M100 law course following the relevant admissions period.
3. A complete, anonymised list of all IB grades achieved by the students who enrolled in the M100 law course following the relevant admissions period;
4. A complete, anonymised list of all the scores for the LNAT multiple-choice section that were achieved by students who enrolled in the M100 law course following the relevant admissions period.
Your response may be expressed in the following format, where each row represents a separate, anonymous student:
LNAT Multiple Choice scores
We acknowledge receipt of your request and will respond as soon as we can.
Queen Mary University London
Dear John Dimitroulopoulos,
Thank you for your email of 11^th February.
Please find attached the information you requested, apart from part 4
since Queen Mary does not require the LNAT for admission to law courses.
The GCSE data include IGCSEs, O levels, Brunei GCSEs and Sri Lankan O
levels, as these are all considered GCSEs when we assess applications. If
necessary you can filter these out.
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Commissioner to intervene. Please see www.ico.org.uk for details.
Records & Information Compliance Manager
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