Students Are Failing To Make Back Up Plans

According to a recent study by WHICH, many sixth formers do not have a backup plan if they fail to make their A level grades needed to get into their first choice university.

The research also found out that many students with insurance choices either do not want to go to the chosen back-up university or select courses that demand the same high grades as their first choice.

Parents, it is important to not only understand the current rules but to also be involved in your children’s choices. Under the current rules, students can make up to five university applications in any one year. In most cases, they are given offers of places that are conditional on achieving certain grades in August.


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