National Entrance Exams Went on Without a Hitch
The National College Entrance Examinations ended with a sigh of relief from 38,000 students who came out of the examination centers content and happy that the exams are over. 38,400 students took the exams this year and there were no reports on candidates or examinees being late or were missing during the exams. Only minor faults were seen during the examination period such as a student entering the wrong venue or leaving exam certificates in taxis, problems that were quickly solved by police officers on duty.
One student who came out of the exam center was greeted with a hug and cold drink by his parents, according to him, his parents has already arranged for a month long leave after the examinations in which he is grateful since he wished to spend more time with his family after the exams. One students went to Beijing Normal University to take the exams but couldn’t find his name on the list and was later told that he was suppose to take the exams at the Attached Middle School of Shenzhen University. He was then transferred there immediately with the help of local police. One student left his exam certificate in a taxi, and through police assistance was able to locate the taxi in which the driver brought back his certificate to the examination venue.
During the examination period several universities in Guangdong unveiled enrollment plans. Aside from the National College Entrance Exams, students will have to attend and take an independent test and interview from these universities. Results of the examinations will be announced on June 26 and enrollment in universities will start in July.