HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Britain tests 'name-blind' university applications [November 15, 2016]

HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Britain tests 'name-blind' university applications [November 15, 2016]

1. i) Pupils from state schools are less likely to be accepted to better-ranked universities than those from private schools.

ii) Black university applicants receive far fewer offers from top universities than white applicants.

2. superior

3. i) T

ii) F

iii) NG

4. Ending inequality in the way university applicants are .

5. applauded

6. That racism is still a problem in 21st-century Britain.

7. C

8. Students with a non-white sounding name are less likely to be accepted into university.

9. Anonymous applications make it harder to identify and recruit students from disadvantaged backgrounds./Hiding a name might not be enough to "neutralise" an application as other details could reveal likely a candidate's likely ethnic or religious background.

10. C

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