15 Aug 2020

Some universities accept lower grades following A-level results outcry

It’ll cost up to fifteen million pounds for the government to pick up the tab for every student in England who wants to appeal against their A level result.

But that’s the promise the education secretary Gavin Williamson made following the outcry over the downgrading of exam results.

Today some Universities said they would accept lower grades from students who’ve been offered places even if they haven’t got the result they’d hoped for.