9th August 2016

An increasing proportion of A-level candidates are not reaching their predicted grades, with more than half now not meeting predictions.

A report by UCAS has raised the issue of the increasing gap between predicted and actual grades during the five years from 2010 to 2015. Not achieving predicted grades was more common for students with lower GCSE grades, some ethnic minority applicants and those applying to lower tariff institutions.

Read more on the TES website.

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