Students in China are under pressure to succeed on entrance exams

University entrance exams in China -- known as the "gao kao" -- are underway, with more than 9 million students expected to sit for the tests this year. The annual exams come with immense pressure to succeed, and this year officials said there were extra measures in place to prevent cheating, such as installing video monitoring in testing halls.

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