But a study at a state-funded school in East Anglia saw those who took part in the eight-hour course achieve significantly better results in their A-levels than those who did not. Students who took the course achieved a mean average tariff — based on the UCAS system of applying points to A level grades — of 400 points, compared to 308 points from those who did not. The study was carried out after teachers delivering the course began to anecdotally report improvements in study skills. The cohort of students was divided into those who chose to do the course and those who didn’t, with both groups including a similar mixture of ability and aptitude range. They took part in the eight one-hour lessons over two days while on study leave after sitting their AS levels. Dr Harriet Jones, senior lecturer at UEA who designed the course, said the results were a surprise. http://www.oklahomasentinal.com/wwwoklahomasentinalcom4934/2016/10/06/questions-to-consider-about-necessary-criteria-for-selection-for-national-health-service/“The course was designed because students are typically entering university without the experience of self-directed learning and little facility for original or critical thinking, not to assist with A-Level courses. “But these dramatic results clearly show that, by aiming to improve skills like essay-writing, analysis and critical thinking, the course also assists students with A-Level achievement.” Hundreds of teachers nationally and internationally have completed a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) course on delivering the Pre-university Skills training to their students. Until the launch of Pre-University Skills there were no courses designed to be delivered by school teachers which targeted university preparedness across academic disciplines. Dr Jones said: “Although we have always recognised the value of helping students to bridge the gap between school and university, we never expected it to have any effect on A level studies, never mind such a dramatic improvement in their results, particularly as it was just eight hours of targeted lessons. “Not only does the Pre-university Skills Course mean students are better prepared when they get to university, reducing the need for ‘catch-up’ modules and reducing the adjustment period, but they’re also more likely to achieve the grades required to get them the places they choose in the first place.” Adrian Bavage, a teacher from Wymondham High Academy said: “Anecdotal feedback from my students who had gone on to undergraduate courses had raised my concern that many felt they were not as prepared as they had thought for the demands of assessments at this level.
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