Thousands of BTEC, A level, GCSE, and other examinations and assessments have now been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
If you’re affected, you probably have lots of questions about what this means for your uni, college or conservatoire application. Peter Derrick, UCAS’ Head of Service Delivery, shared what we know about the new grading system, and what this means for students hoping to start their studies this year, with BBC Bitesize.
If you have applied for a course starting in 2020, please make sure your email address is up-to-date in Track, as we will email you if there are any changes which may impact your application.
I’ve heard lots about offers – what’s going on?
The government has asked universities in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales to stop making unconditional offers or amending existing offers until 4 May (1 May in Wales). This pause has...