Original post by GANFYD
All candidates were required to score the minimum threshold in each Section 1, Section 2 and Section 3 as well as achieve or exceed the set threshold sum of scores of Sections 1 and 2.
For 2023 Entry, all candidates who submitted special circumstances via Cambridge Assessment were eligible for an uplift of between 0.25-1.5, according to the severity level attributed by Cambridge Assessment. These uplifts were applied to the total sum of scores of Sections 1 and 2. We were not able to consider special circumstances for anyone who did not communicate them to Cambridge Assessment
For those students identified as Widening Participation, have declared carer status, or involved in Imperial Outreach programme, a contextualised adjustment of 1.0 was made to the sum of scores of Sections 1 and 2. The adjustment reflected the overall difference in performance between flagged and non-flagged candidates.
All uplifts applied by Imperial College School of Medicine based on Special Circumstances and/or Widening Participation are applied to the sum of scores of Sections 1 and 2.
For 2023 Entry, the following BMAT thresholds were applied.
BMAT Thresholds for Home Applicants
Section 1: 3.5
Section 2: 3.5
Section 3: 2.5 C
Minimum Sum of Scores of Sections 1 and 2 (inclusive of all uplifts): 10.3
So cut off was 10.3, after you have had any adjustments added on, if you are due any? Effectively, the cut off was 9.3 for WP, but they got a point added on