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Their first test: Traffic

SOME downtown streets may be blocked next week to give priority to test takers heading to their all-important college entrance exams, traffic police warned yesterday.

The exam takers, who will have their first test scheduled next Monday, face some extra challenges this year with World Expo traffic.

They may also contend with the morning rush.

Police fear the students will experience high traffic pressure on their way to the exam spots because Mondays are always the busiest traffic morning of the week.

Police are urging students to set off early for the three-day exam and take public transport: subways and buses.

To avoid congestion, education authorities scheduled no exams inside the 5.28-square-kilometer controlled Expo area. They have also made adjustments of 10 exam sites in downtown districts near the Expo site.


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