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She said that entrance exams are r0;just part of the package nowr1;, and?are necessary in order to provide medical schools with the "maximum?amount of information" to ensure that "public money is the best spent?on those candidates with the potential to be the best doctors of the?futurer1;.
Dr?Samina Khan, head of undergraduate admissions at Oxford University?said that admissions tests are being used?"increasingly by universities for admitting students to their most?popular courses", adding: r0;The test results help us to select the most?able candidates who are most likely to flourish at Oxford.r1;
In the 13 re-vamped A-level subjects which students received results?for this week, coursework was scaled back and modules were axed,?meaning that students sit all of their exams at the end of the two?year course.