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Nonprofit groups are ramping up efforts to help students who feel driven into a corner as suicide rates tend to spike around the end of the summer holidays.

The groups are offering a range of services such as free consultations and help in finding a temporary alternative school, targeting those students who are reluctant to return to their regular ones because they feel burdened by exam pressure, bullying or overbearing teachers.

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