Students throw gaokao papers from school to relieve exam stress

By Kimberley Pratt, June 5, 2014

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Students at a middle school affiliated with Guangzhou University in Guangdong province created a new way to deal with exam stress brought on by the gaokao recently, by throwing thousands of waste exam papers from the windows of their school building.

The gaokao, is the standard university entrance exam in China, and notoriously brings pressure to middle school students about to take it.

This year's gaokao is set to be held from June 7-8.

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