Not a single new student will be admitted into the University of Liberia this year after nearly 25,000 candidates failed the school's admission exam.
The University of Liberia could remain deserted when classes resume this year after every prospective student reportedly failed the entrance exam. (Photo from the university's website)
A university official said students who took the exam, which cost $25 (about 800 baht) did not have a basic understanding of English, the BBC reported, and it was the first time that all entrants failed.
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