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Japan may let university applicants use Toefl scores

TOKYO -- A new standardized entrance exam for Japanese universities may take into account high school students' performance on international tests of English-language proficiency.

     The Education Ministry is considering replacing the grueling two-day, multisubject National Center Test for University Admissions with a new examination in the spring of 2021.

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