Tens of thousands of students who have achieved a higher A level after the turn of the UK government are in a hurry to start enrolling in university places. Having already completed many courses, some students are unaware of their academic future. The government has said it will help universities find places. Ministers were forced to abandon Ofqual’s IT regulator as a model for A-level and GCSE results. Wales and Northern Ireland also reversed the policy. He is debating who is responsible for the chaos, both government ministers and regulators of the Ofqual examinations to deal with the criticism. The Secretary of Education, Gavin Williamson, declined to ask whether. Reeta Chakrabart, the education editor of BBC News at Ten, has presented reports from political correspondents Branwen Jeffreys and Vicki Young. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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