Thu 17 July 2008, The Independent

Universities shun A-levels for own admissions tests

By Richard Garner
At least 18 universities are setting their own admissions tests because they believe they can no longer rely on A-level results alone to gauge a candidate's ability, a report reveals today. Universities UK – the body representing vice-chancellors – estimates that one in seven of its 132 members has introduced such exams.
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