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Hey guys,

This is the link for the admission statistics for 2013 entry for medicine:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...etition_Ratios

Does anyone have a link for the statistics for 2014 entry or even 2012 entry??

I know it's not wise to look at these kind of things but I'm just interested to see if there are any medical schools that consistently have low applicant to offer ratios or low interview to offer ratios.

Thanks a lot
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Not sure if 2014 stats are out yet but B'ham have traditionally had one of the lowest interview to offer ratios - about 1 in 3 last cycle I think, with the interview pretty easy to achieve if you meet their requirements. Leeds and Bristol are tougher.
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(Original post by bd fan1)
Hey guys,

This is the link for the admission statistics for 2013 entry for medicine:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...etition_Ratios

Does anyone have a link for the statistics for 2014 entry or even 2012 entry??

I know it's not wise to look at these kind of things but I'm just interested to see if there are any medical schools that consistently have low applicant to offer ratios or low interview to offer ratios.

Thanks a lot
QUB has lower competition ratios, but they interview less people so a greater % of those interviewed get offers which kinda alters the stats a bit in their favour. They have about 4 applicants per place though on average.

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Hey guys,

This is the link for the admission statistics for 2013 entry for medicine:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...etition_Ratios

Does anyone have a link for the statistics for 2014 entry or even 2012 entry??

I know it's not wise to look at these kind of things but I'm just interested to see if there are any medical schools that consistently have low applicant to offer ratios or low interview to offer ratios.

Thanks a lot
I don't think this statistics are accurate. St Andrews has more than 98 spots and for Cambridge it had fewer offers than places.
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I don't think this statistics are accurate. St Andrews has more than 98 spots and for Cambridge it had fewer offers than places.
Those statistics are for 2013 entry maybe that's why??

Where are the statistics for 2014 entry?!
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Those statistics are for 2013 entry maybe that's why??

Where are the statistics for 2014 entry?!

Not out yet but I doubt they'll be very different.
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Those statistics are for 2013 entry maybe that's why??

Where are the statistics for 2014 entry?!
I don't think so St Andrews has about 150 students in the entering class every year and it shouldn't be possible that a University can offer admissions to fewer students than it takes in!
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I don't think this statistics are accurate. St Andrews has more than 98 spots and for Cambridge it had fewer offers than places.
That does happen - deferred entry offers from the previous year.

Remember that Oxford and Cambridge only over-offer by a handful of places.
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Keele and Liverpool have a very high number of applications to places available whilst Exeter/UEA don't seem to have as many applicants to places. However, ALL medical schools are competitive so don't decide based on statistics!
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