Commenting on today’s T Level results, NFER Research Director, Lisa Morrison Coulthard, said:
“NFER commends the second cohort of T Level students on their results today. The results reflect the continued hard work of providers, as well as the students, in getting to grips with the T Level requirements both within the classroom and on work placements.
“Further investigation is required into the high drop out rate of a third of this cohort of students. Our T Level student surveys with NatCen highlight that issues remain in bedding in some of the newer qualifications, such as health and science, where satisfaction rates were lower.
“It will also be important to evaluate the progress of T Level students to higher education and employment, as well as how valuable they are perceived to be by industry and higher education.”