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Abstract

At the start of each university year many media reports focus on the disappointment of young Australians who applied to enter university but did not receive an offer of a place. This group of unsuccessful applicants is often referred to as representing ‘unmet demand’ for university. Gary Marks describes the findings from a study that investigated who missed out on a university place and the alternative study pathways they took.

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