Sixth-formers pay up to £350 to cheat university admissions system

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Sixth-formers are paying up to £350 for personal statements written by graduates to help them cheat the university admissions procedure, an Observer investigation has discovered.

Dozens of companies are advertising on the internet, offering to write students’ personal statements for their entrance forms, although the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas), which administers the university application system, states on its website: “Don’t be tempted to copy another person’s application materials, or download your personal statement from a website. There could be serious consequences to using other people’s work.”

 

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