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Interview: How important is the exam

06-08-2010 08:16 BJT Special Report: College Entrance Exam 2010 |

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To talk further about the important examinations, we are joined in studio by our current affairs commentator Xie Tao.

1. Good evening Mr Xie. For years, college entrance exams were taken very seriously because it can greatly affect a person's future. This is changing, some argue it's not the best way to select talent, yet it's still viewed as the most important thing for the students. What do you think?

3. One important test is a composition by students. The subjects vary each year,but often stirred some public discussion. Anything that caught your attention this year?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CCTV.com

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