Opening hours of study rooms at Hong Kong Public Libraries extended; applications for priority admission now open

Opening hours of study rooms at Hong Kong Public Libraries extended; applications for priority admission now open

Applications for admission cards begin today, priority will be given to candidates of major public exams or professional exams

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Public Libraries will be extending their opening hours to serve those taking public exams.

The opening hours of study rooms at Hong Kong Public Libraries will be extended to 8am to 10pm on weekdays, and 8am to 9.30pm on weekends and public holidays during the period of March 1 to May 31. Users will require an admission card to use this service.

Any registered borrower of the library system can apply for admission cards for the extended hours starting today, but candidates sitting for major public exams or professional exams will be given priority.

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The admission cards will give access to the rooms during the period between March 1 to May 7. From May 8 onwards, access to the rooms will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Application forms are available at all public libraries and at the Hong Kong Public Libraries website. The deadline for appliation is February 1.

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Gary Baker

23:15pm

This is a great opportunity for students to prepare for exams.
I constantly linger at the university and do not have time to go to the library. Now, finally, I will find time to prepare an informal speech on this pattern https://answershark.com/writing/essay-writing/how-to-write-informal-essa....
However, the library will not be an important place to study until teachers stop accepting coursework and diplomas downloaded from the Internet, while pirated e-books are posted on the Internet for free, rather than evaluating your achievements and knowledge.