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What Is The Effect Of Secondary (High) Schooling On Subsequent Medical School Performance?

This report by the University of York shows that students from some of England’s worst performing secondary schools who enrol on medical degrees with lower A Level grades, on average, do at least as well as their peers from top performing schools. Leadership Briefing (142)

The research also found that students from poorly performing schools who match the top A Level grades achieved by pupils from the best performing schools, go on to do better during a medical degree. 

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