College prospects can be fixed at 10, study finds
If we needed more proof that life chances are fixed frighteningly early, new research reveals the importance of a positive view of higher education from an early age. Children who know at the age of 10 that they want to go to university are more than twice as likely to get into the most selective colleges as those who decide in their late teens, according to the study. And it is the most advantaged young people who are most likely to be focused on university from a young age.
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