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Poor pupils choosing 'less suitable' A levels for entry to elite universities

14 August 2017

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A new paper by Ms Catherine Dilnot suggests that pupils taking A-levels in law, accounting or business are less likely to attend elite universities than those who opt for traditional academic subjects such as science, mathematics, languages, history and geography. Read: The Guardian, Telegraph, TES, Schools Week, The Conversation, IOE website story