by The Telegraph

Almost a third of sixth form and further education colleges said they were “changing admissions criteria” in the wake of the row over English exam marking, it emerged last night.

Among those relaxing restrictions on courses were some of Britain’s biggest colleges, in order to avoid any “devastating effect” the fiasco would place on a pupil’s future education or future careers.

Other organisations have also been forced to create extra classes, prompting warnings last night that resources will come under strain and create further stresses for students.

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