Two teenage computer whiz kids from La Salle College have created a Web site that will help thousands of students taking this year's public examinations and save taxpayers more than $200,000. Albert Au Yeung Ching-man and Gary Ng Tin-yu, both seventh formers at the boys' school in Kowloon City, spent two weeks preparing the site, which provides admission requirements for more than 400 secondary schools. It also will update the number of remaining vacancies at the schools throughout the admissions period. The project would have cost between $300,000 and $400,000 if handed over to a private information technology firm. But the pair were each awarded $3,000 after the Education Department decided to give them the opportunity to do it. 'It's saved taxpayers more than $200,000,' said Peter Chiu Wing-tak, chairman of the Hong Kong Association of Careers Masters and Guidance Masters. The two will study information technology at the University of Hong Kong from next month.