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What makes postgraduate entrance exam so popular? (7)

People's Daily Online)  08:50, January 09, 2013

A mother wishes her daughter good luck for at an exam venue in Jilin province on Jan. 5, 2013. (Xinhua/Lin Hong)

Edited and translated by Wang Xin, People's Daily Online

1.8 million students have taken National Entrance Examination for Postgraduate (NEEP) from Jan 5 to 7, 2012 in China.

The huge number of students hits a new high. What motivate them to continue study rather than work?

The number of students taking NEEP has increased 100,000 annually since 2003. Of the students, some work hard for a key university, some just want to try luck, and some wish a bright career through continued education. The original intention of most students is to get a better job.

No matter students prefer academic research or career development, they should understand the purpose of study to avoid blindness.

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