Coronavirus: Cardiff students take final exams from home

BBC reports …

After four years of study Mared Pugh-Evans was due to perform before an audience for her final recital. With campus exams cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, many final year students are now sitting their assessments online.

The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama harpist will now perform in her Aberdare kitchen and then submit it online to secure her final grade.

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