Will Universities set own entrance exams
Will Universities set own entrance exams ?
Surely it is only a matter of a short period of time that competitive university courses go above and beyond the A levels. Especially after the 2021 fiasco.
The inevitable huge grade inflation that will happen in 2021 puts universities in an impossible position.
The "pass all' culture that has developed has debased this years A level exam candidates. There is a strong chance this culture will further grow and become standardised for years to come.
The pass rate reached 100 per cent. The first time in the 70-year history of A-levels.
The lack of any objective measure by which to judge the academic ability of school-leavers apart from the bias of centre assessed grades means there is only one way this can end up.
While the exam candidates who do not receive their inevitable A grade A level will just simply up the pressure for remarks.
In 2020, almost 40 percent – of A-level grades were awarded A or A*.
The Government strapped the algorithm meant to standardise grades in favour of teachers' predictions or centre assessed grades.
While it is inevitable the huge rise in the attempts to take exams in the autumn of 2021.