Tracking the Decision-making of High Achieving Higher Education Applicants
15 November 2012
The Department of Business Innovation and Skills together with the Sutton Trust have commissioned UCAS to investigate the decision-making process of high achieving A level students. Previous research has shown that even when students possess equivalent qualifications, socially and academically selective schools are likely to exhibit higher than average application and participation rates at leading universities. This study adds a further dimension to this body of research by exploring the application behaviours of equally capable higher education applicants at an individual level, considering the interaction of structural
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