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Applicants cram for Samsung entrance tests

For recent college graduates in South Korea, landing a coveted job at behemouth corporation Samsung is not as easy as simply filling out an application. These 70 students spend 10 hours a day for a about 10 days at a crammed school to study for the company's one on one interview process. In addition to the interviews, there are tests, more interviews, and still more tests before a hiring decision is made. But for job hopefuls, they say it's worth it. (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) 27-YEAR-OLD SAMSUNG C&T APPLICANT HAN NAM-GYU SAYING: "I have long dreamed of getting a job at Samsung and never thought that I would fail (to enter). But if I fail this time, I'll definitely try again to get into the company. Now, I have useful tips for the preparation so I think I can study more effectively." Besides their time, applicants spend money- potentially thousands of dollars- on private tutoring and workbooks. Again, students say it's money well spent. (SOUNDB

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