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Hard time for Chinese high school students to take college entrance examinations
Last Updated: 2016-05-25 09:20 | Xinhua
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Yang Nan reads a book in Minzu High School in Jianhe County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 23, 2016. Every year, millions of high school students take their college entrance examinations in early June and before that it is a hard time for them and their parents who hold high hopes for their children. Yang Nan, a girl of 18 years old from Tangbian Village of Jianhe County in Guizhou, is a senior high school student who will take the exam next month. She hopes to study psychology in Zhejiang University. The girl is quite confident as she has got good grades on school's monthly exams. As the college entrance exam draws near, like other students, Yang gets up at 6 a.m., grabs some breakfast and then prepare for the exams in the morning. After taking a one-hour nap in noon, she will have self-study in the classroom till night. She always gets into bed on 12 p.m. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)

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