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I'm trying to find out for Barts and Bristol. Can't find some valid ones.
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I'm trying to find out for Barts and Bristol. Can't find some valid ones.
Hi Rick.

According to this booklet - http://www.medschools.ac.uk/media/23...al-schools.pdf - the Bristol applicants per interviewee is 3.9, and applicants per place is 10.5.

For QMU (Barts and the London), it's 3 and 7 respectively.

You can work out the interviewee : place ration from those figures.

These figures are for Home/EEA applicants. The success rate for international applicants is far lower due to the quota on places.

Hope that helps.
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Hi Rick.

According to this booklet - http://www.medschools.ac.uk/media/23...al-schools.pdf - the Bristol applicants per interviewee is 3.9, and applicants per place is 10.5.

For QMU (Barts and the London), it's 3 and 7 respectively.

You can work out the interviewee : place ration from those figures.

These figures are for Home/EEA applicants. The success rate for international applicants is far lower due to the quota on places.

Hope that helps.
which one do I use? applicants per place or applicants per interview?
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which one do I use? applicants per place or applicants per interview?
IMO neither. You apply strategically to places where you have the best chance of interview based on your stats (gcse grades, ukcat etc), and based on historical cut off thresholds. Once you have your short list, the interview/offer ratio is the relevant factor.

Applicants per interview may be relevant for somewhere like Keele where they assess on the basis of personal attributes rather than high academic achievement.
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IMO neither. You apply strategically to places where you have the best chance of interview based on your stats (gcse grades, ukcat etc), and based on historical cut off thresholds. Once you have your short list, the interview/offer ratio is the relevant factor.

Applicants per interview may be relevant for somewhere like Keele where they assess on the basis of personal attributes rather than high academic achievement.
what's the interview offer ratio for the 2
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what's the interview offer ratio for the 2
Not sure. Quite often you can find the info on their website about how many interviews are planned, and how many offers they expect to make.
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