University admissions ‘too confusing’
If you’re finding the admissions process difficult I think you should, perhaps, be questioning whether you’re quite ready for the rigours of university?
University admissions ‘too confusing’, says regulator
Too many teenagers are left confused by the process of applying to university, the exams regulator says.
Ofqual said students were not “clairvoyants” and needed clear information about what A-levels they should study for university courses.
The regulator said many teenagers were left guessing how to increase their chances of securing a degree place.
It called on universities to send clear and helpful messages to potential applicants.
- Exam chief urges universities to simplify their admissions procedures (guardian.co.uk)
- University admissions ‘confusing’ (bbc.co.uk)
- University admissions should be overhauled, says Ucas (telegraph.co.uk)