Thursday, August 4, 2016

Reverse college admissions scramble in British clearing

In Britain, students get admitted to university (sometimes contingently) before their grades are known. So some students don't get the grades they need to fulfill their admissions requirement, and have to scramble for a position at a less selective school. But some students do much better on their exams than they anticipated, and find themselves in a position to go to more selective schools than they applied to (or were admitted to). But they need to scramble to find a place.

The Telegraph has the story: What are my options if I do better than expected at A-level?

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