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High school area/Admissions
 
There are four ways of admissions for high school students.
They are school recommendations; individual applications; “The Star Plan” and through examinations.
There are about 100 students in one session, including:
• 22 students from school applications
• 16 students from individual applications
• Maximum of 3 students from “The Stars plan”
• the rest of the placements are taken through examinations
 
School Recommendation

Firstly 44 applicants were selected for interviews, 22 applicants were then given “unconditional offers”, and 7 applicants as “substitutes”.
 
Phase I: Interviews were given for applicants singled out from a large number of applicants
 
They must meet the following conditions:
● No national tests were scored zero marks
● National standard must be met for every subject
 
If they have met the above requirements, then:
 ● Firstly we pick the top 66 highest-scoring applicants with highest scores in science exams.
 ● 44 top-scoring applicants were then selected from those 66 applicants.
 ●Those 44 applicants were then given the opportunity to participate in interviews.

 Phase II: Interview
The following items must be submitted for review:
 ● Report cards from previous years.
 ● Personal statement
 ● Proposal
 ● other documents suitable for reviews
     
Location of the Oral
● Forestry Department Office
● Performance of the oral must reach 70 points or more in order for the applicant to be admitted.

The final phase: Admissions
● The national test score accounted for 50% of the admission scores
● Relevant documentations accounted for 10% of the admission scores
● oral scores accounted for 40% of the admission scores
22 highest-scoring applicants from the 44 applicants were then given “unconditional offers”, and rest 7 applicants as given “substitute” status.
 
  Personal Application
 
Firstly 48 applicants were selected for interviews, 16 applicants were then given “unconditional offers”, and 7 applicants as “substitutes”.
 
Phase I: Interviews were given for applicants singled out from a large number of applicants

 They must meet the following conditions:
● No national tests were scored zero marks
● National standard must be met for every subject
 
If they have met the above requirements, then:
 ● Firstly we pick the top 48 highest-scoring applicants with highest scores in science exams.
 ●Those 48 applicants were then given the opportunity to participate in interviews.
 
 Phase II: Interview
The following items must be submitted for review:
 ● Report cards from previous years.
 ● Personal statement
 ● Proposal
 ● other documents suitable for reviews

Location of the Oral
● Forestry Department Office
● Performance of the oral must reach 70 points or more in order for the applicant to be admitted.

The final phase: Admissions
● The national test score accounted for 50% of the admission scores
● Relevant documentations accounted for 10% of the admission scores
● oral scores accounted for 40% of the admission scores
22 highest-scoring applicants from the 44 applicants were then given “unconditional offers”, and rest 7 applicants as given “substitute” status.
If the applicants were scored the same grade, then priority are given in the following sequence: Total grade→ relevant documentation→ Oral Score