Taking the “Korean SAT” for the Third Time | ASIAN BOSS

Special thanks to Park Jong-hyun for sharing his story.

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  2. Dude come to Australia, you study more hours than actual medical students. I’m surprised how my cousin is a 2nd year medical student and he’s the laziest mofo I know.

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  5. Sometimes you can hear some asians (not everyone!) say things like “ooh you have it so easy! Things are so easy here” when in the west. I look at this video, hear the suicide rates, the depression and constant working (and do you really need top grades and finest schools just to be another cog?) and think “…no, we do it smarter”.
    Because how prosperous is a society when its to not free to try new things or express your ideas. You risk of loosing so many good things (and ideas/inventions) by doing the exact same formula because its what you have to do..because its what you’re expected to do.
    That said, of course good things can come out of this excesive obsession over grade/tests/school. But there is a backside to it as well. Gain some, loose some.

  6. Geez, I’m sorry you have to go through this… In Brazil it’s so easy to pass the entrance exam at a private college, the problem is to pay for it, so here we have ENEM, it’s like this test, so you can enter a public college, that is free, or take a scholarship. And we think ENEM is also pretty hard (it takes 2 days), but I think by far is not as stressful as the KSAT.

    1. But also, in Brazil we have all this network to help the students that didn’t pass, like “you are not your grade”, we all believe that our test doesn’t evaluate a person’s knowledge.

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  8. I did my bachelor in Statistics at the university of Vienna, which is the largest university in all of europe. Due to this fact the university is constantly making tests and courses difficult so that many students will drop out. The bachelor program should only last 3 years but less than 28% of students finish it within that time and around 60% drop out by the third semester. I hear Korea has one of the most stressful education systems in the world. I can highly relate to these people, but life isnt about just studying tests and getting a good job. These systems need to be changed as they are literally abusive.

  9. This video gave me an incredible insight into how damaging the korean educational system really is. I mean it’s not so different from other educational systems in eastern Asia (where you prioritize quantity over quality), but this one is ultra-competitive to the point it gives anxiety and students get burned out before even getting into a work environment.

    I’m not saying the western educational system is better, although it depends on the country and there are pros and cons to each approach, but this one feels mechanistic and robotic. You are supposed to know how to solve very conventional exercises although difficulty may vary depending on how convoluted they are.

    For instance, if you are dealing with a logarithm in base 542, it’s inevitably going to make your brain work more, but not for the right reasons. It doesn’t demand you to think outside the box or use problem-solving skills, but calculation. And I’m talking about the maths test alone, which is supposed to be the one where problem-solving and critical thinking in a sense are best assessed. This test and the educational system as a whole alienates its citizens and forces them to comply to a set of know-hows that aren’t even going to be practical to most of them. And it forces them into a mold. If you don’t fit, you quit.

    If anything, I’m surprised that it still manages to extract brilliant elements who end up working in high-end research and development companies where innovation and creativity are key.

  10. ‘That 1 more year you invest is not just 1 year you lose. People who spend years on this unstable mental state hold those scars and wounds with them forever.’

    And yes I couldn’t feel anymore identified.
    I truly understand what is to go through all those up and downs in your mental stability and it’s something really fuc*ed up.
    I been trying to enter to Medical School here in Mexico and it’s been 3 consecutive years since I’ve been doing the test. Currently I’m studying nursery and you might say ‘you’re doing/ studying something while others are wishing to be in your place’, yes I already know that but I tried to give an opportunity to the major, to have a little more experience and I have learnt a lot of things I can’t deny it. But what about my happiness and my stability? I’ve been through to a lot of depressions & anxietys and believe me when I say that it’s not something pretty to deal with because you feel like an idiot, like someone who is nothing and you start comparing with others saying ‘oh he/she is like that’ ‘that person can do it but I can’t because I’m a fool’ or ‘why I’m here doing this that I don’t like/enjoy at all?’
    Well I do have an answer for that question: I’m scared. I’m scared to fail again, scared of what the people around me (including my parents) will think about me and the most important thing I’m scared of becoming nothing in this society.

    This months I’ve been thinking if I should give up or take the test again and have another disappointment if I’m not accepted but after watching this I feel encouraged to restart pursuing my dream and to give my best and all so thank you Jonghyun if you ever get to read this.♡

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  12. Guys the SAT in South Korea is not the same as the US. While the single test determines the legibility for the uni, the American university admissions are hollistic, comprehensively reviewing the student with some harsh criteria such as GPA and extracurriculars where you cannot change them except for re-entering the high school. Although US only gives transfer students to alter their uni, SK gives various options such as re-admission through different evaluation method including hollistic admission or the SAT and transferring, without having to repeat high school. Also, the Korean test tries to take out much more out of students rather than memorizing unlike the American one which is obscenly easy where one mistake makes a huge drop although Korean tests are quite harsh too

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  14. Respect. This was me when I was studying for the MCAT. I took it twice and it was the most depressing time in my life. I hope this guy gets into the school of his dream

  15. I felt it when he said everyone around him was living in a free world and how his life revolved around a test, it was like he was free to move around but still he was in a prison. I remember my IITJEE days, taking the exam for the 2nd time… :’/

  16. He’d get excepted in european countries without a problem. I would just leave if I were him . That’s what I did tbh… my country does not have a lot of collages/Uni’s so I left to go to Germany. It’s hard but doable. I get that he wants to study in his own language though 😂

  17. There is a similar situation in Taiwan. Going to a lower ranked school means being treated badly by some of your family and society. I got angry of being treated badly and decided to play the game: retaking the college entrance exam. I resonate so much with this student. Many people couldn’t respect my decision of retaking the exams especially if they went to a lower ranked school. Also the mood swings from that time was horrible, I eventually developed sleep paralysis.

    The saving grace was that I succeeded and got in National Taiwan University. When you worked your ass off for an year you thought getting admitted would make me happy. In reality, you didn’t feel anything at all. Also going to NTU isn’t all that fun. When retaking the exams, you tend to daydream and glorify college life. Sure, there was fun parts in NTU and pressure wasn’t as large anymore. But you still need to study a lot. The schoolwork can be overwhelming sometimes. I was also very prone to headaches after retaking the exam. The mental scars from retaking the exams may never recover.

    Retaking the test is a very high risk investment. I think it’s worth it but have an limit. The correct mind set is this: Even if you can’t go to your dream school, at least you improved and moved to a better school. At first, my goal was to study medicine, but I compromised and ended up going into finance. I found out studying it wasn’t so bad and my professors sparked my interest in it. I began to embrace it.

    Sometimes, I feel sad about this world. People’s attitude changed drastically when I got in NTU. Sometimes, people value your education prestige rather than your character.

  18. See they give such hard exam for English, still couldn’t speak English properly. It means your exam result will not tell how you are good at practical word. I can tell from my own experience that In job you actually need skills not theoretical knowledge. So even if you don’t score high you can still be best at your field.

  19. I admire his never back down attitude…maybe the educational system needed to incorporate psychological assessment on the students.Bec. the distinction bet.wants and needs. Its very basic,people want to become highly respected of what he achieved or the contentment on what he achieved?

  20. it’s just so sad to see that we put our everything dedicate to pass one exam and this is my third year of high school and I have to take the college entrance exam similar to Suneung (but in my country) this year. And I completely understand when he said that our mental state is unstable, my mood swings back and forth, I get irritated easily and the thoughts of suicides run through my head many times a day.
    Now with the COVID-19 is going on and I have to study at home with all these messed up thoughts in my head, I’m scared at this rate I’m not gonna die because of the virus but because of I attempt something dangerous.

  21. If he’s really smart, he need to learn english for a whole year and apply for a university outside korea. It’s counter-productive to waste 3 years just to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or opt for the military service first, then only go overseas to study.

  22. I finally understand why my korean friend came to Malaysia, where I’m from, to study A levels.

    Korean Sat is just way too stressful. A levels, although it’s also stressful, is not as ridiculous

    This shocked me as i finally realised that Not every Koreans are that hardcore

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  24. Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god? Park Jong-hyun, is he god?

  25. Is Suneung the only way to get into college in South Korea? I mean in my country there are a lot of ways to apply to top college rather than this sole national exam system

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