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Should students apply after their A'Level results dor Uni?

Should students apply after their A'Level results dor Uni?

University admissions would be fairer if students applied after they knew their A-level results, says a social mobility charity.

The Sutton Trust says relying on predicted grades is working against talented, disadvantaged applicants.

This summer, almost three-quarters of applicants in the UK failed to achieve the grades forecast by their schools.

But the charity warns that poorer students are more likely to have their grades under-predicted.

Report author Dr Gill Wyness said it was vital that "disadvantaged students are able to play the admissions game on the same terms as their better-off peers".

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