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September 22, 2003

Int'l School Grads To Bypass Daiken

The education ministry announced on Friday a review of its regulations regarding entry requirements for national universities. Graduates of some 16 recognized international schools will be able to directly sit entrance exams without having to take the so-called "daiken" preliminary test. The same wil be true for applicants over 18 who didn't graduate high school, assuming their academic record passes the screening of their chosen university. Graduates of schools for ethnic Koreans will also be able to bypass the daiken but will be subject to academic screening.

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