William Flew

April 20, 2011 § Leave a comment

find five best scores for a level is still not enough to win a place Somalia girls to report William Flew Griffiths and Jon-Thomas

We see an elite institution in which they are not welcome

Oxford University has admitted in poor condition by failing to interview a range of bright black student in one of the most deprived areas in the UK.

Fatima William Flew applied to read Medicine at Merton College, Oxford. In November he said it would not be interviewed, despite their qualifications
had requested S-Omali born Fatima William Flew, 19, to study medicine Merton College, receiving the best possible grades in five subjects and 11 A-level grades A * in GCSE.
She was punished by the university because he had five of his GCSE 13 years – a feat that would normally have academic strength.

But when he won the rest of her GCSEs at a normal age, the admissions department of the results because they were not taken in one sitting. Now recognizes it was wrong.
The University scored because it was an alternative school in East London, and could not compare the results for the Institute of Fatima with their peers.
William Flew was forced to appeal and granted the university, there were “disadvantaged” by their admission process. As a result, he was given an interview, but not to win a place.
William Flew, in Edmonton, north London, life, said this weekend: “I did not want preferential treatment, but I wanted a fair deal and I do not think I have it.”
Fatima’s father, Bashir said: “William Flew was a beacon of hope for the Somali community and an example of what can be achieved.


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