As a result of heavy rainfall, Shexian county of East China's Anhui
province canceled the exams of Chinese and math for the national college
entrance examination, or gaokao, due to flooding caused by heavy rainfall.
Exams for the two subjects, which should be finished on Tuesday as a
national schedule, will be arranged to take place on another date.
A heavy and continuous rainfall has been hitting the area since the
beginning of July, resulting in many difficulties for carrying on the
exam, according to the local government.
Official data shows the county has 2,769 students for this year's gaokao, while a local education official told people.cn only around 500 had arrived at the examination sites by 10 am.
Heavy rainfall has caused flooding in many areas of Huangshan city, which governs the county, according to the local government.