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Japanese university entrance examinations
Japanese University Entrance Examinations (入学試験, にゅうがくしけん, nyuugaku shiken) - Examinations held each year in Japan from January to March to determine college admissions. Unlike the French Baccalauréat, there are different versions with different schools looking for results from different exams. In Japan, this test is generally considered the most important event in a child's education. Students who fail may spend a year or more studying to retake the examination. There are special prep schools marketed towards these students. They are sometimes referred to as rōnin), after masterless Samurai. 

Information source: “Japanese University Entrance Examinations.” wikipedia.org. Article date: 8 Jan. 2008. Retrieved: Wikipedia. 12 Feb. 2008 <Japanese University Entrance Examinations>.






































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