Chinese school allows students to borrow marks from 'grade bank' to pass tests

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Students must repay their borrowed marks with even higher scores on a future exams or earn credits with extra work

Many of us have been there: hopelessly unprepared for an exam, wishing we had studied more and certain of a failing mark. Now for students at one school in China, success is guaranteed, but it comes at a price.

A high school in eastern China has set up a “grade bank”, where students who would normally fail a test can borrow points to push them over the line into a passing mark.

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