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Undergraduate admission statistics for medicine / university of Edinburgh

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Dear University of Edinburgh,

As per the Freedom of information, please could you provide the following information regarding the Medicine MBBS undergraduate course for years from 2010 to 2020 cycles :

1_ How many international applicants to Medicine A100 ?

2_ How many of the students admitted were studying A Levels or other uk qualification?
3_ How many of the students admitted were international?
4_ For each applicant who was unsuccessful in obtaining an
interview, can I get a list of their UCAT score and predicted A levels or other uk qualification results.
5_ For each applicant who was successful in obtaining an interview, can I get a list of their UCAT score and predicted A Level or other uk qualification results.
6_ Can I get a list of criteria that the interviewers looked at during the interview to determine a candidates suitability?
7_ How was the interview scored? Was it a score out of 10 by each interviewer or anything along those lines?
8_ For each applicant who was successful in obtaining an offer, can I get a list of their UCAT score, and predicted A Level or other uk qualification results as well as their score in the interview stage?
9_ I would also like any scoring or grading system used to assess interview performance and if a form or such is provided to interviewers to record performance is available.

10_ Can I get the interview scores for each successful candidate as well along with the interview scores for unsuccessful candidates?

I'd like all of this information if possible to be in a pdf format if possible. Thank you very much

Yours faithfully,

Mr. Samir Yunus

Records Management, University of Edinburgh

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Records Management, University of Edinburgh

Dear Mr Yunus

 

Thank you for your email of 26 April 2020 requesting admissions statistics
for our MBChB programme.

 

As explained in our automatic reply message, the University’s working
arrangements are affected by the Coronavirus outbreak. Unfortunately, I am
currently unable to tell you exactly when you will receive a response to
your request. However, I can confirm that it is actively being progressed.
While we are making all efforts to respond to your request promptly, the
Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, which came into force on 7 April, has
temporarily extended the maximum timescales for responding to requests for
information and internal reviews received under the Freedom of Information
(Scotland) Act 2002 from 20 to 60 working days. Further information about
this change is published on the [1]Scottish Information Commissioner’s
website.

 

If you are unhappy with the way the University has handled   your request,
you do have the right to ask the University to conduct an internal review
of the reasons for the delay. The [2]Scottish Information Commissioner’s
guidance about this during the Covid-19 pandemic is available on their
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Records Management Section (using this email address), describing the
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Yours sincerely

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Information Compliance Officer

Records Management Section

The University of Edinburgh | Old College | South Bridge | Edinburgh | EH8
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