This year is the first iteration of the new college entrance exam format with subject tests. The subject tests will be held on July 11 and 12. The College Entrance Examination Center has disease prevention measures including self-reporting for people that have COVID-19. Students in quarantine or isolation will report to a special test site.
This year is the first iteration of the new college entrance exam format with subject tests. The subject tests will be held on July 11 and 12. Students with COVID-19 that have mild or no symptoms will be allowed to take the test alongside everyone else.
Chou Chao-min, Director, College Entrance Examination Center: “We have set up residential care test areas in 20 municipalities for students with mild or no symptoms. Students will be spaced 2-3 meters apart.”
Students with mild or no symptoms will be testing in "residential care test areas," while students that are in isolation or quarantine or performing self-health management will be testing in a separate area. Apart from masks, parents and other people will not be allowed into test sites. Students with COVID-19 or that are in quarantine or isolation must self-report to the CEEC before July 4 or have their status revoked.
Chou Chao-min, Director, College Entrance Examination Center: “Students that don't fill out the form or submit false information will have their status revoked. Even if they get accepted, they won't be admitted.”
Wang Wen-jun, Executive Secretary, Joint Board of College Recruitment Commission: “Students can only fill out six departments. The CEEC will provide this year's scores. Students accepted under the Star Program will give up their place in the original Star Program. Students that give up their place after distribution can choose another school department.”
Students with moderate or severe cases of COVID-19 that have had their diagnosis confirmed by a doctor can apply to the Joint Board of College Recruitment Commission to take the test or take a makeup test. The policy does not apply to students applying to medical, dental and teaching departments.