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    Failing your exams? An international high school in China has introduced a scheme allowing students to "borrow" marks to top up grades.

    The "marks bank" — devised by parents in the banking industry — is being implemented as a trial in the Nanjing Number One Secondary School in eastern China, reports the South China Morning Post.

    Students can borrow marks from the bank to make up for a failing grade, but have to repay their loans from marks obtained from subsequent exams, or from extra activities such as making public presentations or conducting lab experiments. Read more...

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    Failing your exams? An international high school in China has introduced a scheme allowing students to "borrow" marks to top up grades.

    The "marks bank" — devised by parents in the banking industry — is being implemented as a trial in the Nanjing Number One Secondary School in eastern China, reports the South China Morning Post.

    Students can borrow marks from the bank to make up for a failing grade, but have to repay their loans from marks obtained from subsequent exams, or from extra activities such as making public presentations or conducting lab experiments. Read more...

    More about China, School, and World



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    Published on 12 Jan 2017 at 08:02AM

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