The coronavirus pandemic has lead to school closures and postponed exams – but what does this mean for students preparing for university? Photo: Shutterstock The coronavirus pandemic has lead to school closures and postponed exams – but what does this mean for students preparing for university? Photo: Shutterstock
The coronavirus pandemic has lead to school closures and postponed exams – but what does this mean for students preparing for university? Photo: Shutterstock
Anjali Hazari
Opinion

Opinion

Anjali Hazari

With school exams postponed or cancelled over coronavirus pandemic, students worry about their university prospects

  • Universities offer students places based on predicted grades and results obtained in past exams as hard evidence of ability
  • Exam boards are developing formulas to calculate grades, but many students are anxious about what this may mean for their future study plans

The coronavirus pandemic has lead to school closures and postponed exams – but what does this mean for students preparing for university? Photo: Shutterstock The coronavirus pandemic has lead to school closures and postponed exams – but what does this mean for students preparing for university? Photo: Shutterstock
The coronavirus pandemic has lead to school closures and postponed exams – but what does this mean for students preparing for university? Photo: Shutterstock
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