The fall out over unconditional offers

A study by UCAS has found that students given unconditional offers were 23 per cent more likely to miss their predicted results by two or more grades compared with those who received conditional offers. This year, many state schools asked universities not to make unconditional offers and now private schools are also concerned that it’s having a damaging effect on A-level results. The number of unconditional offers has been rising over the past few years with more than 20 per cent of students now receiving at least one unconditional offer compared to just 1 per cent in 2013. Universities are keen to secure students and thus fees in a highly competitive market causing a rise in these types of

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