University students not meeting minimum requirements
An investigation by Fairfax Media has uncovered universities in New South Wales admitting school leavers with ATARs significantly beneath the cut-off for a range of competitive tertiary degrees. In some cases, students would be admitted with scores as low as 30. Ittima Cherastidtham, senior associate in the higher education program at the Grattan Institute, joined The Daily to discuss the potential impact of these policies on educational standards.
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