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Is China's gaokao the world's toughest exam?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-5-20 13:30:24 |Display all floors
Do you THINK a city like HONG KONG "trainned manpower needs" is SIMILAR to that of YUNNAN?

or that of BEIJING CITY is same as that of A RATHER hilly CHONGQING?
you won't get far discussing such.

In the CD DAILY, the best you can discuss is GENERALITIES.

so!

cHEERIOS!

and GFY

danke

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Post time 2014-5-20 13:33:06 |Display all floors
Thus is GAO KAO the world toughest examination.

DEFINATELY a NO BRAINER, since it's just an GENERAL EXAMINATION that does not take into account of the actual needs of China's 27 province, 5 central government run cities, 2 Special Administrative Region and 1 fully autonomous province offshore!

Cheerios!

GFY

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Post time 2014-5-20 13:36:50 |Display all floors
A general examination is just like a IQ test........

.....before INDIVIDUAL province plan their TRAINNED MANPOWER needs, and get the schools to properly INTERVIEW potential candidates.

The LEFTOVER students can go to PRIVATE universities when  MONEY TALKS.

DON'T THINK too much, dear.......definately CD forum is not the correct FORUM for such.

cheerios!

GFY

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Post time 2014-5-26 22:04:18 |Display all floors
championyo Post time: 2014-5-13 17:21
NOT TRUE

So what is your opinion?

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Post time 2014-6-6 17:26:35 |Display all floors
Lets just say Asia has it own way of every thing, just like its has names for every thing,  these way it can't be compere with other countries  

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Post time 2014-6-6 17:31:34 |Display all floors
Not the toughest, perhaps, but it is an exam for both students and their parents.

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Post time 2014-8-17 21:07:22 |Display all floors
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