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Analysis by UCAS and The Access Project shows pupils are four times more likely to secure a place at a top third university, compared to pupils from a similar background who don’t work with TAP. The charity’s GCSE students outperform their peers in their tutored subjects. Read our latest press release on the impact of our work.
University Access Officer, Simon, shares his experience on working in schools with our students and supporting volunteers on a daily basis.
Rob Laker, a tutor in the Midlands, has now begun his sixth-year volunteering as a tutor with The Access Project. He shares his experience and top tips for new tutors.
Former teacher turned University Access Officer, Rachel, shares her experience working with students on our programme at Holte School in Birmingham.
One of our current Year 13 students, Olamide, shares her reasons why The Access Project has helped her fulfil her potential and achieve her ambitions. As she prepares her university applications she offers her advice for new students and how she has grown since joining the programme.