As a liberal arts who is about to be a senior in high school, the error rate of multiple-choice questions in Wenshu is relatively high, but the big questions are answered well o(╥﹏╥)o but the big questions can’t get the score, my baby hopes to get 240, then How can we better improve the correct rate of multiple choice questions? I am a candidate for one volume of the new curriculum standard. I hope that my wise friends can help me with suggestions (ˊᵒ̴̶̷̤ꇴᵒ̴̶̷̤ˋ)꒰ I need a method other than brushing the questions~ I will do more and summarize the questions! But what about other aspects? Everyone help~
The 18th National Paper Comprehensive 280, all multiple-choice questions are correct (the multiple-choice questions of our comprehensive comprehensive this year seem relatively simple). I wrote about the experience of learning Chinese before, and there are many private messages. I said that if I want to write a comprehensive experience, I found a topic to write a little learning experience. Next, I will talk about the general situation of my literary synthesis. I have a slightly better geography and history in the three subjects of Liberal Arts, and I am relatively weak in politics, especially political questions. I usually get a lot of points deducted, because I did not check the scores of the college entrance examination small questions, and I don’t know where I was deducted 20 points. When I finished answering the multiple-choice questions, I thought there could be about 290 in the comprehensive textbook. I guess it might be mainly a political problem. I seriously suspect that politics is only in the early 80s. Then I will talk about my method of learning the comprehensive textbook in the third year of high school. I hope it can help everyone~ 1. I have been familiar with the textbook repeatedly. This is what my history teacher told us before that she had a student who was ranked third in the college entrance examination last year. The history books are always broken with strokes, because it is repeated again and again. Looked over and over again, the key points were drawn repeatedly, and the paper was torn. Reading books is very important. The college entrance examination questions are based on books, and the materials may be different, but the core must be in the book. I remember that one of the college entrance examination questions in a certain year has the flag of the European Union in it. As long as you know it, you can directly select it. The answer, but many people don’t know it, and there are some on this book. It’s a pity to lose points like this. Therefore, you must be familiar with every sentence in the textbook. It is recommended to use a pen to draw, because it is easy to get distracted when you look at it only with your eyes. Using the pen to focus on the key points can help you concentrate. When I was in the third year of high school, I read two history books and two geography books every morning. I used a pen to mark while reading. I read out political books aloud, about half a book (I always get up at 6 o’clock in the morning. There is an hour and a half, and I speak very fast, so I can do a lot of things in the morning.) The principles and methodology of politics are all in the book, so I think reading aloud is good for memorization. I can’t think of chanting very quietly in the exam. I remembered everything. Many students in geography find it difficult to answer the questions, unable to answer the questions or the answers are not standardized. I think it is because the books are not read. The content process in the books is very clear, and the examples given are also very typical. Therefore, reading books is very helpful for answering the questions. of. In addition to repeated reading, if there is anything unclear, you must ask the teacher or check it out on the Internet. Sometimes it feels like you haven’t learned something on the test because the test is deeper than the book. Think about it if you It’s a teacher, how would you create questions to make things difficult for these students? If you fully understand the contents of the book and have your own thinking, high scores are just a matter of hand. 2. Thoroughly understand the college entrance examination questions. I believe that every third-year student will do the previous year’s questions. Whether it is arranged by the teacher or by himself, he will definitely do it at least once. When I was in the third year of high school, I also included the national papers in the past ten years. Done. (Because of the long gap between the college entrance examination questions and the direction of investigation, I have only done it for ten years.) Many students do it again, look at the wrong questions, listen to the teacher, and turn over the answers by themselves. , But this is not enough. What is the purpose of our previous questions? Knowing that the questions in previous years will not be tested again, why do we still have to do it? I think it is very important to master the rules of the college entrance examination and the high-frequency test sites. I have done a lot, and the college entrance examination questions have a little routine, not the routine on the topic, but the routine on the thinking. Therefore, the utilization value of the previous years of the college entrance examination is great. I can show you the comprehensive college entrance examination questions that I have done in the third year of high school. (Not particularly clear…Because some of my papers are copied and repeated by the teacher, the three subjects are not arranged on one paper. This one is mainly history.) The main thing is to analyze the answers. Normal and wrong options should be analyzed. , Why is right and why is wrong, write down the ideas clearly; in order to clarify the high-frequency test sites, write the test site of each question next to the question number; some of the previous questions I have done in some test sites are quite special I will also write down the test methods that are not easy to think of; I will recall the contents of the relevant books when I look at a test site, and write them on the papers that I can’t remember. A comprehensive multiple-choice question should be dense after finishing, I think this is the case In order to maximize the effectiveness of the college entrance examination questions. 3. It is not advisable to brush the questions in the right amount, but it is necessary to do the questions. The essay pays attention to a little sense of the question. If you don’t practice new questions for a long time, it will affect your response to the questions and the correct rate of answering the questions, and you can open your eyes when you do some well-developed exam questions. The test methods and angles are very novel. Therefore, the problem is still to be done. When I reviewed the second and third rounds of my senior year, on average, I should choose about two sets of essays per day on average, and the scattered exercises were not counted. When it comes to brushing the questions, you need to pay attention to the quality of the questions. I suggest buying mock questions from famous schools, or questions from large publishing houses, as there will be fewer mistakes in the questions. If you have any doubts when reviewing the questions, quickly find a teacher, don’t think you probably understand the answer after reading the answer. It’s best to ask the multiple-choice questions that are correct. You may be mistaken if you get the test again, so you must figure out the question. Luck is still not reliable. Looking for a teacher is not a passive acceptance. You have to think about it yourself and discuss topics with the teacher. The essay is more mysterious, and the teacher cannot guarantee that it is 100% correct, so you still have to have your own ideas. 4. Answering skills This skill is still quite a lot. You have to find the order and method of answering questions that suits you. If you answer a big question, you must answer it in points; the multiple-choice question is the one with serious mistakes. The more practical, specific and suitable for most people is to circle the key points when looking at the questions and mark them; different angles of the paragraph, different aspects of the elaboration, you can also write numbers next to it, pay attention to the key points when answering the multiple-choice questions, and answer the big questions. When answering the questions one by one, be careful not to miss the answer. After a comprehensive test, the test paper cannot be clean. Summarize the knowledge framework and knowledge context by yourself. Our previous teachers would require every student to summarize. I like to do the summary, and I write it very well every time. Seriously, I feel a sense of accomplishment after writing it, hehehe~ This method is also very recommended, but the specific implementation is still up to you. It’s almost this~ Experience is suitable for everyone to learn from, and it is not necessarily rigid. Useful, I would like to share with you a little bit and I hope it can help everyone~ The college entrance examination is approaching, the little cuties of high school, cheer duck!