Chinese universities reverse course on English requirements

03/18/2013 | Forbes

High-school students in China no longer are required to pass English assessments for admission to some of the country's top universities. The change, officials say, will help students focus more on their course of study. For example, students interested in studying science and engineering would need to take and pass physics and maths exams.

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