University College London Admission Statistics for B990 Biomedical Sciences course (BSc)

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Dear University College London,

I am writing to kindly request the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 regarding admission statistics into your B990 Biomedical Sciences course (BSc):

1. The percentage and exact number of IB diplomas getting an offer among total offers during the admissions cycles 2019-most recent cycle.

3 - For admissions cycles 2019-most recent cycle:
The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an offer with a 45 predicted grade.
The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an offer with a 44 predicted grade.
The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an offer with a 43 predicted grade.
The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an offer with a 42 predicted grade.
The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an offer with a 41 predicted grade.
The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an offer with a 40 predicted grade.

4. The average score of IB diploma individuals who were provided with an offer for cycles 2019-most recent cycle. (BSc)

5. For cycles 2019-most recent cycle, the total number of applicants from Hong Kong, the number of applicants from Hong Kong who were given offers, the number of applicants from Hong Kong applying with IB, the number of applicants from Hong Kong applying with IB who were given offers. (BSc)

Yours faithfully,

Ian Ching Yui

Finance.FOI Requests, University College London

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Dear

 

Thank you for your request for information.

 

In order to proceed with your request below, we need clarification and
this is mentioned below.

 

Please provide the requested clarification within 20 working days of this
email.

 

********FOI********

I am writing to kindly request the following information under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000 regarding admission statistics into your B990
Biomedical Sciences course (BSc):

 

1. The percentage and exact number of IB diplomas getting an offer among
total offers during the admissions cycles 2019-most recent cycle.

 

3 - For admissions cycles 2019-most recent cycle:

The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an
offer with a 45 predicted grade.

The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an
offer with a 44 predicted grade.

The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an
offer with a 43 predicted grade.

The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an
offer with a 42 predicted grade.

The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an
offer with a 41 predicted grade.

The percentage and exact number of IB diploma individual being provided an
offer with a 40 predicted grade.

 

4. The average score of IB diploma individuals who were provided with an
offer for cycles 2019-most recent cycle. (BSc)

 

5. For cycles 2019-most recent cycle, the total number of applicants from
Hong Kong, the number of applicants from Hong Kong who were given offers,
the number of applicants from Hong Kong applying with IB, the number of
applicants from Hong Kong applying with IB who were given offers. (BSc)

********FOI********

 

********CLARIFICATION********

Please can you clarify the percentages requested in Q1 and Q3?  Please
confirm the numerator and denominator for us to complete the calculation.

********CLARIFICATION********

 

I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Kind regards,

 

Josh

 

Josh Keyte

Data Protection and Freedom of Information Adviser

University College London

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Dear Finance.FOI Requests,

For Q1, the percentage would be calculated as:
(exact number of all individuals taking the IB diploma and getting an offer)/(total number of offers given to all diplomas in the entire world)

For Q3, the percentages would be calculated as:
(All individuals who take IB diploma with the specified predicted grade and getting an offer)/(All individuals who take the IB diploma with the specified predicted grade regardless of if they got an offer or not)

Please ensure that the statistics are only for the application to the B990 Biomedical Sciences Course. Thank you so much!

Yours sincerely,

Ian Ching Yui

Dear Finance.FOI Requests,

For Q1, the percentage would be calculated as:
Numerator: (exact number of all individuals taking the IB diploma and getting an offer)
Denominator: (total number of offers given to all diplomas in the entire world)

For Q3, the percentages would be calculated as:
Numerator: (All individuals who take IB diploma with the specified predicted grade and getting an offer)
Denominator: (All individuals who take the IB diploma with the specified predicted grade regardless of if they got an offer or not)

Please ensure that the statistics are only for the application to the B990 Biomedical Sciences Course. Thank you so much!

Yours sincerely,

Ian Ching Yui

Finance.FOI Requests, University College London

Dear Ian Ching Yui,

Thank you for your reply.

Please can you also clarify what you mean by the phrase:

'total number of offers given to all diplomas in the entire world'.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards

Josh

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