In South Korea, one of the most stressful times for a high school is when they are preparing for their daunting annual exams. For seniors, this is a make or break test and with three years of curriculum cumulatively being tested in one test, students are on high alert. In order to relieve some of the stresses for the seniors, the schools in South Korean foreign school has implemented a study leave in which students that are studying for these exams do not have to come to school and worry about other school work. This way they can solely focus on their exam studying. However, is it really for the better? Do the students really take advantage of this time to focus on their exams and study? Or do they find themselves distracted and doing other things?
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