This is the report of the exploratory study about how to eliminate inequity of enrolling in universities among different areas in Mainland China. The literatures before revealed the disparities in educational level and admission policies among areas. On the basis of discussing current admission system, the National College Entrance Examination (NCEE), by using questionnaire and interview, the author acquires various educational circumstances and reform implementations in Beijing and Liaoning Province and aims to find out corresponding policies. Consequently, the author indicates the local protectionism, Household Registration System and different examination papers policies are supposed to be change to promote equity in university admission in different areas in Mainland China and propose her own suggestions to reduce the quota allocation to local students, use same examination papers in different provinces and register for the NCEE based on students’ school registration instead of Household Registration System in university admission process.
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