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Rise in interest in Chinese high schools


Once considered a place for rejects, Chinese independent schools are now very popular. Enrolment this year was the highest and more than 2000 applicants in the urban areas were rejected.

THIS year, Chinese independent schools in Malaysia scored a number of firsts in their history. Many of these schools in urban areas saw a huge surge in the number of students sitting for the entrance exam, 13,500 were enrolled into the schools as of Jan 11, and 2,635 applicants were rejected.

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