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Students lose university places after 'school error'

Three students lost their places at university after a north-west London school gave them the wrong information about their A-Level course, the BBC are reporting.

Copland Community School. Credit: Google Maps

Students at Copland Community School were told the AQA business studies course equated to two A-levels. However, on results day, they learned it was only worth one A-level.

Head teacher Dr Richard Marshall said: "This should never have happened." He said the school had helped one of the students to find a university place.

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