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Postby Kenjhee » November 22nd, 2015 6:58 am

Just received my voucher packet. The final instructions say if you bring a "travel bag" or prohibited items, you must leave them with a proctor. A "personal bag" can be kept under your seat and not block walkways. What is the difference? Do they search the bags?

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Re: Bags?

Postby community.japanese » November 23rd, 2015 8:49 pm

I think travel bag means ‘suitcase.’
Venues should be like lecture rooms have benches.
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