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Test-takers check seat numbers at Pungmun Girls’ High School in Seoul yesterday. For 712,227 students across the country, their academic futures hang in the balance as they take the College Scholastic Ability Test at 8:40 a.m. today. Even the military is doing its best to help them. The Joint Chiefs of Staff said yesterday that all airplane flights, military and civilian, will be put on hold during the listening portions of the Korean and English tests in the first and third sections so students won’t have any loud distractions. [NEWSIS]

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