15 September 1997 On very short notice, the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports announced that university entrance examinations, normally taken by students during the summer after graduating from high school, had been canceled. Instead, students are to be selected on the basis of their high school transcripts. The measure, it was explained, was intended […]

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