Mary Curnock Cook

Mary Curnock Cook is the former head of UCAS, the body that oversees university admissions

After the exams U-turn, will unis have enough places?

So now that A-Levels will be judged on teacher-assessed grades (or centre assessed grades) where does that leave us? At the last count, about 55,000 students were given undergraduate places at either their second choice (insurance) or clearing. So that’s 55,000 students whose place at university might be changed now that teacher-assessed grades are being