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The course at Oxford
You may apply to most colleges for either a three year (BA) or four year (M.Phys.) course.
- These data do not include candidates who requested to have their name removed from the published results. However, there are generally only a handful of these candidates across the university.'
- As they are based on only one year's results, figures for some colleges are calculated from only two or three candidates.
Percentage earning good degrees
Using the 2007 published results, the following table shows the percentage of all candidates (BA and M.Phys.) who earned a good degree (1st or 2:1) in 2007:
|College||% Good Degree|
Using the same data as above, the following table shows a college's Norrington score in Physics in 2007: