An apparent response to the issue of forecasted grades (Editorial, 17 August) has actually been raised prior to however does not appear to be seriously thought about. That is: trainees go to university the year after their A-levels. This suggests they understand their grades and have time to think of their possible course and chosen college. Depending upon their scenarios they might work, perform more research study, travel. Whatever they do, the benefit to them and their future speakers is that they have actually gotten a year’s maturity after the break. Some who might have hesitated anyhow will definitely choose not to use up the choice of university, however much better that this is an option instead of leaving after an unpleasant very first year feeling a failure. It ought to definitely stop a few of them relating to university as an extension of boarding school. Fully grown trainees are normally extremely inspired; also trainees who pick university after a year’s break are most likely to be positive they in fact wish to exist, instead of having actually done what is anticipated of them.
Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire
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