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South Korea falls silent for crucial college entrance exam

Seoul - South Korea fell silent Thursday with heavy trucks banned and businesses opening late as more than 600,000 students sat the high-stakes annual college entrance exam that could define their future in the ultra-competitive country.

French students just couldn't 'cope' with this English exam

French students taking a baccalaureate English exam have petitioned online after they were stumped by a question that centred around the word "coping" which many did not know. It follows the Edexcel Maths fiasco in the UK earlier this month.

Exam students vent their frustration at Edexcel GCSE maths paper

16-year-old school students have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration at a maths exam paper by British exam board Edexcel, taken today. The trend has led to thousands mocking the "impossible" questions by turning them on their heads with memes.

Fears of Apple Watch prompt universities to ban watches in exams

A number of British universities have announced that they will be banning all watches from examination halls amid fears of possible cheating once smartwatches come into popularity, expected with the release of the Apple Watch next month.

Bug-killers: Police bust group selling high-tech exam answers

A bunch of people who helped students cheat on their exams by providing the answers on high-tech listening devices have been busted by Spanish police.

School calls police to remove student 'obsessed' with studying

A school called the police to remove from its library an A-grade student who just can't get enough of "extra revision" ahead of exams. The head teacher at Ifield Community College said Jamie Gagliardi, 18, is "obsessed with after-school revision."

Student suffers heart attack in exam, still earns university spot

Cambridge - An 18-year-old Malaysian student recently received a place at Sydney University in Australia, despite suffering a heart attack during one of his A-level exams.

Royal College made grading error in psychiatry exam

Everyone makes a mistake from time to time including The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. The school found that there was an inaccuracy in the results of the psychiatry that affected the grades of 15 testers.

Danish students connected to the Internet during exams

Pupils from 14 Danish secondary schools will be allowed to search the Internet while writing their final exams this year.

75 per cent of Oklahoma students can't name first US President

According to a new survey released today by the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, only one in four Oklahoma high school students can correctly name the first President of the United States of America.

Boy, 8, passes Microsoft IT exam, wants to develop a new OS

Eight-year-old Marko Calasan from Macedonia became the youngest person to pass the Microsoft certified exam for Information Technology (IT) professionals.

Cambridge Exam has Shakespeare, Milton, Wordsworth, Raleigh and Amy Winehouse?

Cambridge University students were surprised when they had to compare Amy Winehouse lyrics with Sir Walter Raleigh, Shakespeare, Milton and Wordsworth for their exams.

Hundreds Of Texas Students Barred from Graduation Because of Test Failure

It's that time of year again to bring out the cap and gown as family members pack venues across the country to see their family members walk across the stage and receive that diploma. But for many students in Texas, they will not be walking.

Student scores Zero Marks in a True or False Exam

A student scores zero in a True or False exam containing 100 questions

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