Earthquake causes South Korea to postpone critical college entrance exam
|11/15/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- A 5.4 magnitude earthquake rocked South Korea, damaging school buildings.
- As a result, South Korea’s schools postponed the college entrance exams, which are highly competitive and essentially shut down the entire nation.
After a magnitude 5.4 earthquake near Pohang, South Korea, shook the nation and damaged some school buildings, the country decided to postpone its critical college entrance exams by one week, according to Yonhap News.
The quake, which injured 14, came the day before the nation-wide tests that all South Korean high schoolers undergo before being placed in a college.
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