Cambridge University has welcomed the proposals for widening sixth form study

26th March 1999 at 00:00
* Cambridge University has welcomed the proposals for widening sixth-form study and says it hopes to see candidates take four or five subjects in the first year.

University backing is seen as essential for the reformulated A and AS levels. Cambridge will attempt to coordinate its entrance exam with the relaunched Special papers.

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