Proposals for Standardizing and Improving the Policy of Adding Points on the Entrance Exam

Yuhong, Deng
January 2013
Chinese Education & Society;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p81
Academic Journal
This article reviews policies for adding points on the College Entrance Examination. It analyzes the rationales and specific implementation strategies of various policies for adding points on the entrance exam, as well as their advantages and pitfalls. Based on these observations and analysis, the author also offers policy recommendations on the reforms of related policies at the national level.


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