A-level reforms ‘to lead to more university entrance tests’

In an article in the Telegraph, 01/10/2013, Graeme Paton reports on comments made during the HMC annual conference that universities will increasingly turn to entrance exams to differentiate between bright and average students following a Government decision to abolish AS-level assessments in their current form.

Chair of HMC/GSA co-committee on universities, Chris Ramsey, and Chair of HMC sub-committee on academic policy, Peter Hamilton, are quoted.

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