m in her past life, it was also raining outside, interspersed with the occasional thunder.

When the exam was about to begin, the invigilator picked up the sealed bag holding the exam papers for all candidates to check.
Then, he used a small knife to open the bag in front of everyone before distributing the exam papers one after another.

When Tang Yu received the exam paper and looked at the questions, she couldn't help but raise her eyebrows.
It wasn't because she was feeling delighted, but because she had actually done all of these questions before.

Having already completed these questions once before, Tang Yu could complete them with little effort.

The sound of pen tips scratching white paper and the hurried flipping of papers surrounded her.
Paired with the echoes of the roaring wind and rain outside, it sounded as if a youth concerto was being played.

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Tang Yu wrote her answers neatly on the paper.
Her handwriting was elegant and refined.
It was neither too stiff nor too loose.

After writing all her answers, Tang Yu sighed and looked at the gloomy sky outside the window.

To be honest, she didn't like rainy days very much.
Yet, she couldn't help but be obsessed with them.

She vaguely remembered that it was also raining on the day she died.
As for the day she was abducted, she couldn't really remember whether it rained that day.
However, she did remember the pair of reflective high-heeled shoes Du Yuqing wore when visiting her in that dark basement.
The shoes were covered in mud at the time, so it was probably raining that day as well.

Tang Yu was brought back to reality by the commotion happening around her.
Upon looking, she saw that some people had chosen to turn in their papers early.

It was common for some people to hand in their papers early during school-wide exams or school exams.
However, it was a different story for an exam as important as the National College Entrance Examination.
Only two types of people would be so bold as to do so.

The first type was individuals who were very confident in their abilities and didn't need more time inspecting their answers.
The second type was individuals who didn't care about their grades and felt they wouldn't do any better even if they checked their answers.
So, rather than waste time creating more anxiety for themselves, they might as well turn in their papers early and relieve themselves.

Tang Yu looked down at her neatly filled answer sheet and hesitated momentarily.
She disliked the feeling of being watched by others, and she was bound to attract attention if she turned in her papers early.
Of course, every student here was racing against time, so not many would care about what others were doing.

Ultimately, Tang Yu chose to wait until the time was up before leaving the classroom.
Then, once all examinees had vacated the classroom, the invigilator promptly began collecting the exam papers and draft papers on the tables.

When the invigilator left the classroom with the exam papers, Tang Yu returned to the classroom and quickly packed her belongings.

The hallway outside the classroom was already crowded with people by the time Tang Yu was done packing.
Seeing this, Tang Yu wisely chose to wait in the classroom until the crowd dispersed.

Raindrops drifted in through the open window, and it was then that Tang Yu realized that the rain was subsiding.

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