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TOEIC scores show wide differences between regions
TOEIC tests have seen regional gaps in scores of over 100 points according to YBM Sisa, the operator of the English proficiency test, developed by U.S.-based Educational Testing Service. Seoul topped the test records with an average 706 points out of the full score of 990, while South Jeolla Province hit the bottom with 143.
| 2010-09-29 16:12
TOEFL Junior starts receiving application
TOEFL Junior started receiving applications Wednesday for the first time. The inaugural exam is scheduled for Oct. 24 and the test organizer Educational Testing Service (ETS) will open the applications for a month until Sept. 30.
| 2010-09-01 19:33
Generous scholarships irk seniors
Some colleges’ generous scholarship programs for a few elite freshmen are angering students in their senior year. As student recruitment season approaches, colleges have started competitively to offer extraordinary benefits for students with high scores in the state-run college admission examination.
| 2010-09-01 18:44
Jeju takes aim at Asian education hub
SEOGWIPO, Jeju Island ― Korea has seen large amount of hard-earned dollars flow out of the country, with many students and workers heading overseas for education, particularly English learning.
| 2010-08-11 18:54
Korea’s 1st golf university to open in 2011
Korean golfers have been commanding a dominating force in international golf scenes. Domestic golf population is steadily growing and a large number of golf courses are under construction. And there
| 2010-07-14 20:18
Educators learn history in Dokdo
DOKDO, Ulleung-gun _ Education authorities and schools are moving to strengthen students’ education on the Dokdo Islets, Korea’s easternmost territory, approximately five hours away from the mainland.
| 2010-06-16 19:09
Typhoon Danas to hit Korean Peninsula on Saturday
Korea-Japan dispute spreads to security
Korean dies after setting car on fire in front of Japanese embassy
Moon, Abe, do some art!
[INTERVIEW] Mr. Abe, you are not Trump
Anti-Japan protest picks up steam
Korea, North Macedonia establish diplomatic relations
Lotte bears brunt of Japan trade conflict
Bolton to visit Tokyo, Seoul next week to mediate trade row
Rate cut expected to boost stocks in short run
Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
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