St John’s romps home as Keble falls from grace – this year’s Norrington table

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St John's CollegeThis year’s Norrington table has caused a few surprises, with dramatic changes in rank from several colleges.

Whilst New and St John’s still dominate at the top of the league, Harris Manchester has raised a few eyebrows by moving up twenty places to fifth.

Likewise, Pembroke has boosted itself from bottom last year, to half way up the table, and Merton is back in the top three, redeeming itself from last year’s plummet.

There were some disappointments, though – Keble dropped from nineteen places, into 27th, only three places above Lady Margaret Hall.

Throughout the whole university, 942 firsts were awarded, of which New took 52. Only 24 thirds were given, of which Keble and Queen’s took three each.

Of the permanent private halls, Ripon came first, with two of its five finalists receiving a first.

According to the university’s website, “[The Norrington score] is calculated by attaching a score of 5 to a 1st class degree, 3 to a 2:1 degree, 2 to a 2:2 degree, 1 to a 3rd class degree and 0 to a pass, Honours Pass and Unclassified Honours. The percentage expressed is calculated by dividing the total college score by the total possible score the college could attain (ie number of degrees awarded per college x score of 5).”

1st 2.1 2.2 3rd other Total Rank
College Balliol 38 62 4 3 107 72.34% 10
Brasenose 33 56 6 95 72.63% 8
Christ Church 36 75 13 124 69.52% 17
Corpus Christi 18 46 8 72 67.78% 25
Exeter 19 61 8 1 89 66.29% 28
Harris Manchester 9 15 1 25 73.60% 5
Hertford 35 73 10 2 120 69.33% 19
Jesus 33 64 6 1 104 71.15% 13
Keble 29 89 6 3 1 128 66.72% 27
Lady Margaret Hall 19 79 8 1 1 108 64.63% 30
Lincoln 33 49 7 1 90 72.67% 7
Magdalen 41 60 8 109 73.58% 6
Mansfield 19 36 5 60 71.00% 14
Merton 34 44 3 81 76.05% 3
New 52 55 4 111 78.02% 1
Oriel 30 43 9 82 72.44% 9
Pembroke 30 60 7 97 70.93% 15
Queen’s 28 56 14 3 101 67.13% 26
Somerville 21 71 10 1 103 65.83% 29
St Anne’s 40 69 6 1 1 117 71.79% 12
St Catherine’s 36 86 12 1 135 68.59% 22
St Edmund Hall 33 63 9 105 70.86% 16
St Hilda’s 29 69 11 109 68.62% 21
St Hugh’s 29 69 12 1 111 67.93% 24
St John’s 49 50 8 1 108 76.30% 2
St Peter’s 23 54 6 1 84 69.05% 20
Trinity 36 48 3 87 75.86% 4
University 27 60 11 1 99 68.08% 23
Wadham 33 87 5 1 126 69.37% 18
Worcester 39 69 6 1 115 72.17% 11
PPH Blackfriars 1 1 60.00% 5
Regent’s Park 5 22 1 28 65.71% 2
Ripon 2 2 1 5 72.00% 1
St Benet’s Hall 1 18 19 62.11% 4
St Stephen’s House 4 1 5 56.00% 6
Wycliffe Hall 3 14 2 19 64.21% 3
Grand Total 942 1,879 230 24 4 3,079

 

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