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I noticed countless people on this forum bickering about two things:

1) When are UCL/LSE offers are going to be made?

2) Which schools (UCL, LSE, Kings, Ox, Cam) are 'best' or 'hardest to get into'?

I thought everybody might enjoy obsessing over these figures while they wait The % column is the ratio of accepts:applications. I assume that Oxford/Cambridge have roughly half the applicants each because one can usually apply only to one or the other of the two. These tables obviously only give a limited insight into the admissions policies of the schools concerned. Comments?

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Inst Origin Gender Apps Accepts %

UCL Home F 1304 93 7.13%
UCL Home M 758 54 7.12%
UCL Away F 417 22 5.28%
UCL Away M 352 17 4.83%
UCL EU F 122 6 4.92%
UCL EU M 56 4 7.14%
3009 196 6.51%

Kings Home F 1578 169 10.71%
Kings Home M 885 90 10.17%
Kings Away F 449 32 7.13%
Kings Away M 321 29 9.03%
Kings EU F 116 11 9.48%
Kings EU M 63 11 17.46%
3412 342 10.02%

LSE Home F 1034 73 7.06%
LSE Home M 717 42 5.86%
LSE Away F 438 35 7.99%
LSE Away M 372 32 8.60%
LSE EU F 105 7 6.67%
LSE EU M 57 4 7.02%
2723 193 7.09%

Oxford Home F 639 127 19.87%
Oxford Home M 469 96 20.47%
Oxford Away F 142 15 10.56%
Oxford Away M 126 9 7.14%
Oxford EU F 52 5 9.62%
Oxford EU M 29 2 6.90%
1457 254 17.43%

Cam Home F 575 101 17.57%
Cam Home M 395 87 22.03%
Cam Away F 142 17 11.97%
Cam Away M 108 12 11.11%
Cam EU F 36 3 8.33%
Cam EU M 20 2 10.00%
1276 222 17.40%


This table is calculated from the official UCAS dataset for 2003, which is available here: http://www.ucas.ac.uk/figures/ads.html#instsubj

Obviously, I make no claims about the accuarcy of this info, and am in no way affiliated with UCAS (other than being an applicant myself).
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Does this mean that Law is becoming a female dominated subject?

Now thats a turn-up for the books!
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In our seminar group of eight there is only one guy, I would say overall there is a 1:2 ratio of guys to girls for law here.
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(Original post by julianm)
I noticed countless people on this forum bickering about two things:

1) When are UCL/LSE offers are going to be made?

2) Which schools (UCL, LSE, Kings, Ox, Cam) are 'best' or 'hardest to get into'?

I thought everybody might enjoy obsessing over these figures while they wait The % column is the ratio of accepts:applications. I assume that Oxford/Cambridge have roughly half the applicants each because one can usually apply only to one or the other of the two. These tables obviously only give a limited insight into the admissions policies of the schools concerned. Comments?

COPY AND PASTE THIS POST INTO A TEXT-EDITOR LIKE 'NOTEPAD' FOR A WELL-FORMATTED TABLE.


Inst Origin Gender Apps Accepts %

UCL Home F 1304 93 7.13%
UCL Home M 758 54 7.12%
UCL Away F 417 22 5.28%
UCL Away M 352 17 4.83%
UCL EU F 122 6 4.92%
UCL EU M 56 4 7.14%
3009 196 6.51%

Kings Home F 1578 169 10.71%
Kings Home M 885 90 10.17%
Kings Away F 449 32 7.13%
Kings Away M 321 29 9.03%
Kings EU F 116 11 9.48%
Kings EU M 63 11 17.46%
3412 342 10.02%

LSE Home F 1034 73 7.06%
LSE Home M 717 42 5.86%
LSE Away F 438 35 7.99%
LSE Away M 372 32 8.60%
LSE EU F 105 7 6.67%
LSE EU M 57 4 7.02%
2723 193 7.09%

Oxford Home F 639 127 19.87%
Oxford Home M 469 96 20.47%
Oxford Away F 142 15 10.56%
Oxford Away M 126 9 7.14%
Oxford EU F 52 5 9.62%
Oxford EU M 29 2 6.90%
1457 254 17.43%

Cam Home F 575 101 17.57%
Cam Home M 395 87 22.03%
Cam Away F 142 17 11.97%
Cam Away M 108 12 11.11%
Cam EU F 36 3 8.33%
Cam EU M 20 2 10.00%
1276 222 17.40%


This table is calculated from the official UCAS dataset for 2003, which is available here: http://www.ucas.ac.uk/figures/ads.html#instsubj

Obviously, I make no claims about the accuarcy of this info, and am in no way affiliated with UCAS (other than being an applicant myself).
How would I go about finding the figures for Physics at York? Im slightly confused by the spreadsheet that I downloaded..
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Thanks for putting that up, it was really interesting.
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....although not an excuse for UCL and LSE to take so long making their decisions!
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....although not an excuse for UCL and LSE to take so long making their decisions!
No, no, nooooooooo.......there is NO excuse for them deliberating for nearly 6 months.

It leaves us still waiting......
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LSE have the excuse that they wait until the Jan 15th deadline before they even start looking at applications...where as most uni's deal with things as applications trickle through over the previous 4 months.
lol.. yeah that's what they say, but some people recieved offers for Law from LSE in December..
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