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Just wondering if any unis have brought back the safety net or something that takes into account the current situation with regards to grading? (Not sure if I read that Huddersfield University are keeping their safety net for this year too?)

GCSE’s and A-Levels are going to be graded with more leniency this year so I feel like university students should get the same.
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(Original post by Nannonorange)
Just wondering if any unis have brought back the safety net or something that takes into account the current situation with regards to grading? (Not sure if I read that Huddersfield University are keeping their safety net for this year too?)

GCSE’s and A-Levels are going to be graded with more leniency this year so I feel like university students should get the same.
I can't speak for all uni institutions, but I know this is a hot topic at York. I'm not allowed to say too much but students at York are pushing the uni to do something about grades for this academic year given the current situation and potential options have been drawn up with pros and cons. I imagine other uni institutions are in a similar position or have indeed already implemented some form of provision around assessments.
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Thanks! Just feel like I’m the only person at my uni who is bothered about this issue! 😂
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