Students will receive university offers only after getting A-level results in radical admissions reform

  The Sun 

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PUPILS will receive university offers only after their A-level results in radical reforms to the admissions system, it was reported last night. University bosses are supporting plans to stop students relying on either the inaccurate predictions by their teachers or unconditional offers that require no A-levels at all. A revised system – based on exam […]
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