YS In The News: Which? University - 3 In 10 Regret A-Level Choices




WhichPressReleaseALevelRegretOriginal research for Which? University by YouthSight has revealed that 3 in 10 students regret their a-level choices, and 4 in 10 wished they had thought more carefully about which subjects to take, which would help them get into their chosen university. Out of those applying to university, a fifth felt that different a-levels would have been better suited to their university degree.

YouthSight, on behalf of Which? University, interviewed 1,020 adults aged 19 and under, who had applied to university, online between 12 – 15 February 2016. All respondents were members of The OpinionPanel Community - 135,000 strong and UK's largest and best recruited youth research panel. To view the original press release on Which? University's website, please click here.

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