DWF Scraps Grade Requirements as Legal Justice Group Joins A-Level Fight | #students | #parents

A substantial number of A Level students have had their results downgraded due to the U.K.’s standardisation process.

DWF will no longer require its prospective recruits to specify A-level or Scottish Highers results in applications, in a bid to attract a more diverse talent pool and to increase social mobility.

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