General Scholastic Ability Test
The General Scholastic Ability Test (Chinese: 大學學科能力測驗 Pinyin: Dàxué xuékē nénglì cèyàn) is the Taiwanese university entrance exam. The test is administered over two days; subjects include Mandarin Chinese, English, Mathematics, sciences (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Geology), and Humanities (History,Geography, Civics &Law). In recent years,[when?] the test has attempted to encourage students to read outside of their classwork and be attuned to current events by including questions related to the Ebola virus, climate change, 3G technology, and Spider-Man.
- China Post General Scholastic Ability Test commences Chi-hao James Lo, 2 February 2015
- Asia One Taiwan's General Scholastic Ability Test commences 2 February 2015
- China Post General Scholastic Ability Test English exams hardest in 5 years Chi-hao James Lo, 3 February 2015
- BBC News Top 10 exam rituals from stressed students across Asia, Jody-Lan Castle
- (in Chinese) 大學招生委員會聯合會
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