A-levels 2020: Universities urged to double check teachers’ grade predictions with schools if students miss offers

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Universities should double-check with schools what grades they predicted if a student misses their offer because of the A-levels they get next month, a former board member of the exam watchdog has said.

With exams cancelled due to Covid-19, teachers are predicting grades for their students, but these will be moderated by the exam boards and it is likely many will change.

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