Admitting mistakes: creating a new model for university admissions

This report from UK think tank EDSK looks at university admissions and the fundamental changes needed.

This report analyses the three issues that have attracted the most attention in terms of their impact on the fairness, transparency and equity of the university admissions system: the use of predicted grades; the growth of ‘unconditional offers’ from universities; and the barriers facing disadvantaged applicants. It concludes that fundamental changes are needed to make sure that the admissions system works in the interests of students, not universities.

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