Bar Vocational Course (BVC) providers were asked for the following information in respect of years 1997/8 and 2007/8:
(a) The total number of the students enrolled on the university’s full time BVC;
(b) The number gaining an award of ‘outstanding’ at the first attempt;
(c) The number gaining an award of ‘very competent’ at the first attempt;
(d) The number gaining an award of ‘competent’ at the first attempt;
(e) The number failing / failing to complete the course at the first attempt.
Based on the information provided, the table below shows, as a percentage of the total awards, the awards for each class in the years indicated.
Please note that the figures relate to the first exam attempts and so the fail/failed to complete figures includes all students who did not complete at the first attempt for any reason. It may include those who were entitled to resit some or all of their exams at a later sitting and those who withdrew from the course without taking the examinations.
|Fail/Failed to complete||8.2%||32.9%|
* The 1997/8 data reflects total cohort that year as data not held on first or second attempt basis.
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