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SUSTC exams to be held in June
    2016-06-01  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Zhang Qian

    zhqcindy@163.com

    The Shenzhen-based South University of Science and Technology of China (SUSTC) will hold its independent enrollment exams in Shenzhen as well as in 21 cities on June 15, according to the university’s official WeChat announcement.

    The exams will start from 9:30 a.m. and last about two and a half hours.

    Like The Chinese University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen, SUSTC will continue the enrollment mode by looking at candidates’ gaokao results, high school academic results as well as the university’s own independent enrollment exam results.

    High school graduates’ gaokao results play a 60-percent role in enrollment. Their academic performance at high schools accounts for 10 percent and the independent exams represent 30 percent of the total evaluation. In particular, the computer-based test plays a more important role with 25 percent of total points. Face-to-face interviews count for 5 percent of the total.

    The university said in the online post that the exams will mainly assess students’ ability to innovate as well as their all-around abilities including basic knowledge of scientific subjects, logical thinking and English proficiency. Students with innovate abilities, like a good sense of imagination and critical thinking, are preferred.

    The face-to-face interview will mainly be assessed based on students’ spontaneous performance, but will also consider candidates’ recommendation letters and awards.

    The examinees are Senior 3 natural science students who have been approved by the university’s first round of assessment.

    The final result will be published on the university’s official website by June 17.

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