Disadvantaged students lose on teachers' grade predictions
19 December 2017
Social mobility charity, the Sutton Trust, says university admissions would be fairer if students applied after they knew their A-level results.
This summer, almost three-quarters of applicants in the UK failed to achieve the grades forecast by their schools.
But the charity warns that poorer students are more likely to have their grades under-predicted.
Annually, there are about 1,000 disadvantaged students who overachieve, compared with teachers' forecasts.
Read more on BBC News.