Private school pupils still have university advantage

9 Aug 2013

Private school pupils are more likely to go to top universities, despite efforts to widen access, data suggests.

A total of 64% of privately educated A-level students got into the most selective universities in 2010-11, against 24% of state school pupils. The Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) data is published a week before this year’s A-level results.

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