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MB ChB entry scores and admissions for 2022

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Dear University of Otago,

Please can you respond to the following questions

1. How many MB ChB students were admitted from HSFY 2021 broken down into the following categories/ sub categories:
Maori HSFY
Pacifica HSFY
Rural HSFY
Refugee HSFY
Socioeconomic HSFY
General Entry HSFY (so students who do not fall into any sub-categories above)

2. How may MBChB places were admitted for the 2022 intake for the following categories:
Graduate
Alternative Category

3. What was the minimum grade (HSFY 2021) for the categories, i.e Maori, New Zealand Resident Indigenous Pacific Origins, Rural, Refuge, Socioeconomic and General Entry (which is others not included as a sub category).

4. What was the average minimum grade (HSFY 2021) for the select students for MB ChB 2022 for the best 7 subjects across all the categories, Maori, New Zealand Resident Indigenous Pacific Origins, Rural, Refugee, Socioeconomic and General Entry (which is students not included in a sub category).

5. What were the 2021 UCAT thresholds for Māori and NZRIPO , Rural, Refugee students, and Socioeconomic for entry into medicine MBChB programme for 2022? How does this compare to thresholds for general entry (nonspecial pathway/sub categories ) students aiming for medicine?

Yours faithfully
Mrs Wood

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From: UoO - Official Information Act
University of Otago

Kia ora Mrs Wood

We acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act request.

If we have any questions or need to seek clarification on any points we will be in touch soon. Otherwise, we will seek to respond to your request as soon as practicable and no later than 20 working days after the date your request was received (by 4 February 2022). Please note that "working days" is as defined in the Official Information Act and excludes public holidays and the period between 25 December and 15 January.

If we are unable to respond to your request by then, we will notify you of an extension of this timeframe.

Ngā mihi
Kelsey

Kelsey Kennard
Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

Official Information Requests, Office of the Registrar | University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo | New Zealand | Aotearoa | Email/Īmera [email address]

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From: UoO - Official Information Act
University of Otago

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

We refer to your information request dated 19 December 2021 made under the
Official Information Act 1982 (Act).

 

We have decided to grant your request.

 

Items 1 to 4 of your request

However, with regards to the information that you have requested for items
1 to 4 of your request, the University's Medical School has not yet
confirmed final numbers for its 2022 MB ChB programme. This includes final
admission numbers under the HSFY general category, the graduate category,
the alternative category and each of the priority groups and also the
academic scores. The data will not be known and therefore will not be
available until the end of March 2022 - as student offers continue until
the end of the third week of teaching in Semester One. The reasons for
late offers relate to students declining entry to the programme after it
has commenced (which is permitted provided it is done by the end of the
third week) or having to defer for unanticipated reasons.

 

Once this information is available, we will be able to provide you with
the final admission numbers, the minimum academic score and the median
academic score.

 

Please note that for privacy and student wellbeing reasons, the
University's standard practice is not to report on numbers where those
numbers are below 5. Where the numbers are very low, there is a risk that
the identity of those individuals can be determined/inferred. Outcomes for
groups with fewer than 5 individuals will be reported as "<5" (fewer than
5), and academic scores are not provided for such groups (reported as
withheld ("W/H"). Withholding this information is consistent with section
9(2)(a) of the Act, and we do not consider that the reasons for
withholding this information is outweighed by other consideration which
would make it desirable in the public interest to make the information
available.

 

Item 5 of your request

In response to item 5 of your request - "What were the 2021 UCAT
thresholds for Māori and NZRIPO , Rural, Refugee  students, and
Socioeconomic for entry into medicine MBChB programme for 2022? How does
this compare to thresholds for general entry (nonspecial pathway/sub
categories ) students aiming for medicine?" - The UCAT selection criteria
for the MBCHB programme is set annually by the University's Medical
Admissions Committee.  The UCAT threshold set in 2021 for entry into the
2022 MBCHB programme is:

o Verbal Reasoning - 20th percentile and above
o Situational Judgement - 10th percentile and above
o No threshold was set for the Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning
or Abstract Reasoning sections.

 

For entry into the 2022 MBCHB programme, UCAT scores are not being used
for any priority groups other than the Rural priority group, as well as
the General category in the Health Sciences First Year (HSFY) admissions
category. No UCAT threshold is required for the Māori, Indigenous Pacific,
Refugee or Socio-economic priority groups.

 

 

We will be in touch with regards to the remaining requested information
(items 1 to 4) once this data has been confirmed and is available.

 

If you are not satisfied with our response to your information request,
section 28(3) of the Act provides you with the right to ask an Ombudsman
to investigate and review this response. However, we would welcome the
opportunity to discuss any concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Mayhaka

  

Mayhaka Mendis • Manager, Policy and Compliance, Office of the Registrar •
Deputy Privacy Officer • Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou, University of Otago •
P.O Box 56, Dunedin • Tel +64 3 479 8993

 

 

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From: UoO - Official Information Act
University of Otago

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

Thank you for your patience. Further to our email of 4 February 2022,
please see below our responses to the remaining questions of your Official
Information Act request.

 

As noted in our email to you of 4 February 2022, for privacy and student
wellbeing reasons, the University’s standard practice is not to report on
numbers where those numbers are below 5. Where the numbers are very low,
there is a risk that the identity of those individuals can be
determined/inferred. Outcomes for groups with fewer than 5 individuals is
reported as “<5” (fewer than 5), and academic scores are not provided for
such groups (reported as withheld (“W/H”). Withholding this information is
consistent with section 9(2)(a) of the Act, and we do not consider that
the reasons for withholding this information is outweighed by other
considerations which would make it desirable in the public interest to
make the information available.

 

How many MB ChB students were admitted from HSFY 2021 broken down by
category/sub-category

 

Please find below the number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB
ChB programme via the HSFY General category and Equity Groups:

o General: 92
o Māori: 43
o Indigenous Pacific: 10
o Rural: 39
o Refugee: 6
o Socioeconomic: <5

 

How many MB ChB places were admitted for the 2022 intake for the following
categories

 

o The number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB ChB programme
via the Graduate category was 69.

o The number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB ChB programme
via the Alternative category was 7.

 

What was the average minimum grade (HSFY 2021) for the select students for
MB ChB 2022 for the best 7 subjects across all the categories

 

Please find below the minimum academic scores of applicants who accepted
their offers to enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY General
category and all Equity Groups.

 

o General: 93.00
o Māori: 86.00
o Indigenous Pacific: 69.14
o Rural: 69.57
o Refugee: 74.71
o Socioeconomic: W/H

 

We trust you will find this information helpful.

 

We note your right to seek a review of these decisions via a complaint to
an Ombudsman. However, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss any
concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [1][University of Otago request email]

 

From: UoO - Official Information Act
Sent: Friday, 4 February 2022 4:24 pm
To: '[FOI #17998 email]'
<[FOI #17998 email]>
Subject: FW: Official Information request - MB ChB entry scores and
admissions for 2022

 

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

We refer to your information request dated 19 December 2021 made under the
Official Information Act 1982 (Act).

 

We have decided to grant your request.

 

Items 1 to 4 of your request

However, with regards to the information that you have requested for items
1 to 4 of your request, the University's Medical School has not yet
confirmed final numbers for its 2022 MB ChB programme. This includes final
admission numbers under the HSFY general category, the graduate category,
the alternative category and each of the priority groups and also the
academic scores. The data will not be known and therefore will not be
available until the end of March 2022 - as student offers continue until
the end of the third week of teaching in Semester One. The reasons for
late offers relate to students declining entry to the programme after it
has commenced (which is permitted provided it is done by the end of the
third week) or having to defer for unanticipated reasons.

 

Once this information is available, we will be able to provide you with
the final admission numbers, the minimum academic score and the median
academic score.

 

Please note that for privacy and student wellbeing reasons, the
University's standard practice is not to report on numbers where those
numbers are below 5. Where the numbers are very low, there is a risk that
the identity of those individuals can be determined/inferred. Outcomes for
groups with fewer than 5 individuals will be reported as "<5" (fewer than
5), and academic scores are not provided for such groups (reported as
withheld ("W/H"). Withholding this information is consistent with section
9(2)(a) of the Act, and we do not consider that the reasons for
withholding this information is outweighed by other consideration which
would make it desirable in the public interest to make the information
available.

 

Item 5 of your request

In response to item 5 of your request - "What were the 2021 UCAT
thresholds for Māori and NZRIPO , Rural, Refugee  students, and
Socioeconomic for entry into medicine MBChB programme for 2022? How does
this compare to thresholds for general entry (nonspecial pathway/sub
categories ) students aiming for medicine?" - The UCAT selection criteria
for the MBCHB programme is set annually by the University's Medical
Admissions Committee.  The UCAT threshold set in 2021 for entry into the
2022 MBCHB programme is:

o Verbal Reasoning - 20th percentile and above
o Situational Judgement - 10th percentile and above
o No threshold was set for the Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning
or Abstract Reasoning sections.

 

For entry into the 2022 MBCHB programme, UCAT scores are not being used
for any priority groups other than the Rural priority group, as well as
the General category in the Health Sciences First Year (HSFY) admissions
category. No UCAT threshold is required for the Māori, Indigenous Pacific,
Refugee or Socio-economic priority groups.

 

 

We will be in touch with regards to the remaining requested information
(items 1 to 4) once this data has been confirmed and is available.

 

If you are not satisfied with our response to your information request,
section 28(3) of the Act provides you with the right to ask an Ombudsman
to investigate and review this response. However, we would welcome the
opportunity to discuss any concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Mayhaka

  

Mayhaka Mendis • Manager, Policy and Compliance, Office of the Registrar •
Deputy Privacy Officer • Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou, University of Otago •
P.O Box 56, Dunedin • Tel +64 3 479 8993

 

 

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Link to this

From: UoO - Official Information Act
University of Otago

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

Further to our email to you of 13 May 2022 with our response to your
information request of 19 December 2021, it has come to my attention that
some of the data that we provided to you was incorrect.

 

In reference to item 3 of your request “what was the average minimum grade
(HSFY 2021) for the select students for MB ChB 2022 for the best 7
subjects across all the categories”:

 

o The minimum academic score of applicants who accepted their offers to
enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY Māori Equity Group was
69.57 (previously reported as 86.00).
o The minimum academic score of applicants who accepted their offers to
enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY Rural Equity Group was
86.00 (previously reported as 69.57).

 

We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [1][University of Otago request email]

 

 

 

From: UoO - Official Information Act
Sent: Friday, 13 May 2022 1:14 pm
To: [FOI #17998 email]
Subject: RE: Official Information request - MB ChB entry scores and
admissions for 2022

 

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

Thank you for your patience. Further to our email of 4 February 2022,
please see below our responses to the remaining questions of your Official
Information Act request.

 

As noted in our email to you of 4 February 2022, for privacy and student
wellbeing reasons, the University’s standard practice is not to report on
numbers where those numbers are below 5. Where the numbers are very low,
there is a risk that the identity of those individuals can be
determined/inferred. Outcomes for groups with fewer than 5 individuals is
reported as “<5” (fewer than 5), and academic scores are not provided for
such groups (reported as withheld (“W/H”). Withholding this information is
consistent with section 9(2)(a) of the Act, and we do not consider that
the reasons for withholding this information is outweighed by other
considerations which would make it desirable in the public interest to
make the information available.

 

How many MB ChB students were admitted from HSFY 2021 broken down by
category/sub-category

 

Please find below the number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB
ChB programme via the HSFY General category and Equity Groups:

o General: 92
o Māori: 43
o Indigenous Pacific: 10
o Rural: 39
o Refugee: 6
o Socioeconomic: <5

 

How many MB ChB places were admitted for the 2022 intake for the following
categories

 

o The number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB ChB programme
via the Graduate category was 69.
o The number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB ChB programme
via the Alternative category was 7.

 

What was the average minimum grade (HSFY 2021) for the select students for
MB ChB 2022 for the best 7 subjects across all the categories

 

Please find below the minimum academic scores of applicants who accepted
their offers to enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY General
category and all Equity Groups.

 

o General: 93.00
o Māori: 86.00
o Indigenous Pacific: 69.14
o Rural: 69.57
o Refugee: 74.71
o Socioeconomic: W/H

 

We trust you will find this information helpful.

 

We note your right to seek a review of these decisions via a complaint to
an Ombudsman. However, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss any
concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [2][University of Otago request email]

 

From: UoO - Official Information Act
Sent: Friday, 4 February 2022 4:24 pm
To: '[FOI #17998 email]'
<[3][FOI #17998 email]>
Subject: FW: Official Information request - MB ChB entry scores and
admissions for 2022

 

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

We refer to your information request dated 19 December 2021 made under the
Official Information Act 1982 (Act).

 

We have decided to grant your request.

 

Items 1 to 4 of your request

However, with regards to the information that you have requested for items
1 to 4 of your request, the University's Medical School has not yet
confirmed final numbers for its 2022 MB ChB programme. This includes final
admission numbers under the HSFY general category, the graduate category,
the alternative category and each of the priority groups and also the
academic scores. The data will not be known and therefore will not be
available until the end of March 2022 - as student offers continue until
the end of the third week of teaching in Semester One. The reasons for
late offers relate to students declining entry to the programme after it
has commenced (which is permitted provided it is done by the end of the
third week) or having to defer for unanticipated reasons.

 

Once this information is available, we will be able to provide you with
the final admission numbers, the minimum academic score and the median
academic score.

 

Please note that for privacy and student wellbeing reasons, the
University's standard practice is not to report on numbers where those
numbers are below 5. Where the numbers are very low, there is a risk that
the identity of those individuals can be determined/inferred. Outcomes for
groups with fewer than 5 individuals will be reported as "<5" (fewer than
5), and academic scores are not provided for such groups (reported as
withheld ("W/H"). Withholding this information is consistent with section
9(2)(a) of the Act, and we do not consider that the reasons for
withholding this information is outweighed by other consideration which
would make it desirable in the public interest to make the information
available.

 

Item 5 of your request

In response to item 5 of your request - "What were the 2021 UCAT
thresholds for Māori and NZRIPO , Rural, Refugee  students, and
Socioeconomic for entry into medicine MBChB programme for 2022? How does
this compare to thresholds for general entry (nonspecial pathway/sub
categories ) students aiming for medicine?" - The UCAT selection criteria
for the MBCHB programme is set annually by the University's Medical
Admissions Committee.  The UCAT threshold set in 2021 for entry into the
2022 MBCHB programme is:

o Verbal Reasoning - 20th percentile and above
o Situational Judgement - 10th percentile and above
o No threshold was set for the Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning
or Abstract Reasoning sections.

 

For entry into the 2022 MBCHB programme, UCAT scores are not being used
for any priority groups other than the Rural priority group, as well as
the General category in the Health Sciences First Year (HSFY) admissions
category. No UCAT threshold is required for the Māori, Indigenous Pacific,
Refugee or Socio-economic priority groups.

 

 

We will be in touch with regards to the remaining requested information
(items 1 to 4) once this data has been confirmed and is available.

 

If you are not satisfied with our response to your information request,
section 28(3) of the Act provides you with the right to ask an Ombudsman
to investigate and review this response. However, we would welcome the
opportunity to discuss any concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Mayhaka

  

Mayhaka Mendis • Manager, Policy and Compliance, Office of the Registrar •
Deputy Privacy Officer • Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou, University of Otago •
P.O Box 56, Dunedin • Tel +64 3 479 8993

 

 

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From: UoO - Official Information Act
University of Otago

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

My sincerest apologies for the below errors. I issue the below correction
in relation to your Official Information Act request following our emails
to you of 13 May and 18 May 2022:

 

In reference to item 3 of your request “what was the average minimum grade
(HSFY 2021) for the select students for MB ChB 2022 for the best 7
subjects across all categories”:

 

o Please find below the minimum academic scores of applicants who
accepted their offers to enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY
General category and all Equity Groups:

 

o General: 93.00
o Māori: 69.14
o Indigenous Pacific: 69.57
o Rural: 86.00
o Refugee: 74.71
o Socioeconomic: W/H

 

These numbers have been checked and are confirmed correct by the
University’s Admissions team. We apologise for any inconvenience these
errors may have caused.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [1][University of Otago request email]

 

 

 

From: UoO - Official Information Act
Sent: Wednesday, 18 May 2022 11:44 am
To: [FOI #17998 email]
Subject: RE: Official Information request - MB ChB entry scores and
admissions for 2022

 

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

Further to our email to you of 13 May 2022 with our response to your
information request of 19 December 2021, it has come to my attention that
some of the data that we provided to you was incorrect.

 

In reference to item 3 of your request “what was the average minimum grade
(HSFY 2021) for the select students for MB ChB 2022 for the best 7
subjects across all the categories”:

 

o The minimum academic score of applicants who accepted their offers to
enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY Māori Equity Group was
69.57 (previously reported as 86.00).
o The minimum academic score of applicants who accepted their offers to
enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY Rural Equity Group was
86.00 (previously reported as 69.57).

 

We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [2][University of Otago request email]

 

 

 

From: UoO - Official Information Act
Sent: Friday, 13 May 2022 1:14 pm
To: [3][FOI #17998 email]
Subject: RE: Official Information request - MB ChB entry scores and
admissions for 2022

 

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

Thank you for your patience. Further to our email of 4 February 2022,
please see below our responses to the remaining questions of your Official
Information Act request.

 

As noted in our email to you of 4 February 2022, for privacy and student
wellbeing reasons, the University’s standard practice is not to report on
numbers where those numbers are below 5. Where the numbers are very low,
there is a risk that the identity of those individuals can be
determined/inferred. Outcomes for groups with fewer than 5 individuals is
reported as “<5” (fewer than 5), and academic scores are not provided for
such groups (reported as withheld (“W/H”). Withholding this information is
consistent with section 9(2)(a) of the Act, and we do not consider that
the reasons for withholding this information is outweighed by other
considerations which would make it desirable in the public interest to
make the information available.

 

How many MB ChB students were admitted from HSFY 2021 broken down by
category/sub-category

 

Please find below the number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB
ChB programme via the HSFY General category and Equity Groups:

o General: 92
o Māori: 43
o Indigenous Pacific: 10
o Rural: 39
o Refugee: 6
o Socioeconomic: <5

 

How many MB ChB places were admitted for the 2022 intake for the following
categories

 

o The number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB ChB programme
via the Graduate category was 69.
o The number of applicants to accept offers to the 2022 MB ChB programme
via the Alternative category was 7.

 

What was the average minimum grade (HSFY 2021) for the select students for
MB ChB 2022 for the best 7 subjects across all the categories

 

Please find below the minimum academic scores of applicants who accepted
their offers to enter the 2022 MB ChB programme via the HSFY General
category and all Equity Groups.

 

o General: 93.00
o Māori: 86.00
o Indigenous Pacific: 69.14
o Rural: 69.57
o Refugee: 74.71
o Socioeconomic: W/H

 

We trust you will find this information helpful.

 

We note your right to seek a review of these decisions via a complaint to
an Ombudsman. However, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss any
concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [4][University of Otago request email]

 

From: UoO - Official Information Act
Sent: Friday, 4 February 2022 4:24 pm
To: '[FOI #17998 email]'
<[5][FOI #17998 email]>
Subject: FW: Official Information request - MB ChB entry scores and
admissions for 2022

 

Kia ora Mrs Wood

 

We refer to your information request dated 19 December 2021 made under the
Official Information Act 1982 (Act).

 

We have decided to grant your request.

 

Items 1 to 4 of your request

However, with regards to the information that you have requested for items
1 to 4 of your request, the University's Medical School has not yet
confirmed final numbers for its 2022 MB ChB programme. This includes final
admission numbers under the HSFY general category, the graduate category,
the alternative category and each of the priority groups and also the
academic scores. The data will not be known and therefore will not be
available until the end of March 2022 - as student offers continue until
the end of the third week of teaching in Semester One. The reasons for
late offers relate to students declining entry to the programme after it
has commenced (which is permitted provided it is done by the end of the
third week) or having to defer for unanticipated reasons.

 

Once this information is available, we will be able to provide you with
the final admission numbers, the minimum academic score and the median
academic score.

 

Please note that for privacy and student wellbeing reasons, the
University's standard practice is not to report on numbers where those
numbers are below 5. Where the numbers are very low, there is a risk that
the identity of those individuals can be determined/inferred. Outcomes for
groups with fewer than 5 individuals will be reported as "<5" (fewer than
5), and academic scores are not provided for such groups (reported as
withheld ("W/H"). Withholding this information is consistent with section
9(2)(a) of the Act, and we do not consider that the reasons for
withholding this information is outweighed by other consideration which
would make it desirable in the public interest to make the information
available.

 

Item 5 of your request

In response to item 5 of your request - "What were the 2021 UCAT
thresholds for Māori and NZRIPO , Rural, Refugee  students, and
Socioeconomic for entry into medicine MBChB programme for 2022? How does
this compare to thresholds for general entry (nonspecial pathway/sub
categories ) students aiming for medicine?" - The UCAT selection criteria
for the MBCHB programme is set annually by the University's Medical
Admissions Committee.  The UCAT threshold set in 2021 for entry into the
2022 MBCHB programme is:

o Verbal Reasoning - 20th percentile and above
o Situational Judgement - 10th percentile and above
o No threshold was set for the Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning
or Abstract Reasoning sections.

 

For entry into the 2022 MBCHB programme, UCAT scores are not being used
for any priority groups other than the Rural priority group, as well as
the General category in the Health Sciences First Year (HSFY) admissions
category. No UCAT threshold is required for the Māori, Indigenous Pacific,
Refugee or Socio-economic priority groups.

 

 

We will be in touch with regards to the remaining requested information
(items 1 to 4) once this data has been confirmed and is available.

 

If you are not satisfied with our response to your information request,
section 28(3) of the Act provides you with the right to ask an Ombudsman
to investigate and review this response. However, we would welcome the
opportunity to discuss any concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Mayhaka

  

Mayhaka Mendis • Manager, Policy and Compliance, Office of the Registrar •
Deputy Privacy Officer • Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou, University of Otago •
P.O Box 56, Dunedin • Tel +64 3 479 8993

 

 

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