University admissions exams questioned in China

02/9/2010 | China Daily (Beijing)

China's top 22 universities will admit about 5% of students through admissions exams that the universities have created -- rather than national assessments -- a practice that has generated debate. At issue is whether the questions are fair. One student said the questions are "absurd," while teachers and experts say students should take more time to prepare and that the questions encourage independent thinking.

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