Dear Queen Mary, University of London,
I am writing regarding the admission policy and selection process for home applicants to the undergraduate Dentistry BDS 5 Years (A200).
Please provide the following information for last three admission cycles:
1- Number of applicants
2- Number of applicants who have been invited for interview
3- Number of applicants who have received an offer
4- What was the minimum cut-off GCSE and A-level grades to be invited for interview?
5- What was the UKCAT cut-off score to be invited for interview?
6- List GCSE grades for applicants who have been invited for interview
7- List of A-level predicted grades for applicants who have been invited for interview
8- List of UKCAT scores for applicants who have been invited for interview
9- How each component of UCAS (GCSE grades, A-level predicted grades, personal statement, reference) and UKCAT score are used or contribute to give overall score for invitation of applicants for interview?
10- How each component of UCAS (GCSE grades, A-level predicted grades, personal statement, and reference), UKCAT score and the interview score are used or contribute to make an offer?
Dear Vida Cheraghchi,
Thank you for your email of 16^th July.
I am pleased to provide the following answers to your queries.
1. and 2. Please see the attached.
3. 2016 = 434, 2017 = 175, 2018 = 196.
4. We do not use GCSEs in this process. Please refer to our website at
for information about A-level requirements.
5. 2016 = 2340, 2017 = 1731, 2018 = 2350.
6. This information is not held.
7. We do not hold all of this information because predicted grades can be
overwritten when achieved grades are input in to our system. Predicted
A-level grades for A200 for all years for those applicants invited to
interview will be in line with our entry requirements i.e. AAA.
8. Please see attached.
9. and 10. Please refer to our website at the link provided above.
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