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LAWS302 grade distribution

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From: AM

Dear University of Otago,

I am writing to request a spread sheet of the grade distribution of all students for the jurisprudence LAWS302 test for 2022. This is not just the letter grade I am requesting, but specific number grades. I am in NZ pursuant to the Act

Yours faithfully,
AM

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From: UoO - Official Information Act
University of Otago

Kia ora

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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 8 August 2022 – “working days” as defined in the Act). If we are unable to respond to your requests by then, we will notify you of an extension of this timeframe.

Ngâ mihi
Richard Hogg
On behalf of the Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te Kaunihera
University of Otago | Te Whare Wânanga o Otâgo
New Zealand | Aotearoa
Email | Îmera [University of Otago request email]

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Kia ora

 

I refer to your information request dated 11 July 2022 made under the
Official Information Act 1982 (Act). You have requested a mark and grade
distribution for the 2022 LAWS302 Jurisprudence test.

 

Subject to the below comment, please find attached a breakdown of final
marks achieved in the 2022 LAWS302 Jurisprudence test.

 

o Given that only four students failed the LAWS302 Jurisprudence test
(i.e. received a grade of FD or FE), we have determined that it is
necessary to withhold the marks and specific grades for these students
to protect their privacy and wellbeing. This is consistent with
section 9(2)(a) of the Act. We consider that withholding this
information is necessary to protect against the identity of these
students being determined or inferred, and their personal information
(i.e. their marks) being disclosed. We consider that good reasons
exist for withholding this information and this is not outweighed by
other considerations which would make it desirable, in the public
interest, to make the information available.

 

I 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

Richard Hogg

On behalf of the Office of the Registrar

 

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]

 

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