Student selection and choice 3

August 22, 2003

Knowing students' A-level results before selection could intrude into our complacency (Leader, THES , August 15).

What if we have to define what is special about educating undergraduates to identify the traits we seek? Worse, we may have to measure those traits in ways other than through a reference from a pet teacher. Our right to be intuitive is at stake.

Bryan Sutton

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