Thank you for the invitation of the subject. Although, this question really makes me feel bad. For several years I have been facing this question: Does the school protection exist? Does discrimination exist in other schools? Does Sanben discrimination exist? Does interprofessional discrimination exist? …Before this, I was impatient in my heart: what does it exist and what does it don’t exist. If there is a precedent for a victor, can’t you restore him? If there is no precedent for a winner, can’t you set a precedent? Are the really powerful people still afraid of being eliminated? Why can’t you improve your competitiveness until you can ignore these problems? Are you evading your weaknesses and finding excuses for possible failures in advance? Now I finally figured it out with my own heart: it is too difficult for a person to obtain real competitiveness before a certain period of time. Knowledge reserve and skill training. Temperament, gas field, speech and demeanor. Character, vision, values. It is difficult to make a fundamental change in all aspects in the short postgraduate entrance examination season. In fact, it is not easy to make a slight improvement on the whole or make a big change in a certain aspect. Undergraduate Transcript. Paper publication record. Contest winning record. Internship record. At the time when the first test was imminent, and the test was exhausted just to prepare for the first test, these were too late to change. In this situation, it may be necessary to understand whether it is appealing to some side-spots or some psychological comfort. I have accumulated something when I was young, so that even if I slack off later, I can rely on my old capital to prevent myself from falling into a crisis, and to maintain a state of more than the next. And I am not a person with high expectations. I have always been content to do what I can easily do, to evade resistance, in order to have a relaxed and happy life. So I can hardly understand this anxiety and helplessness in the face of huge challenges. Maybe I need to reflect on some of the answers I gave before. However, I don’t know what to do for you. I have both found it cruel and non-constructive to condemn your lack of strength. I am still unwilling to give you some placebos that have the meaning of hospice care against my will. I think what I can do is, on the one hand, continue to write about how to improve my strength. Some are the experience of professional skills, some are the experience of preparing for the first test, and some are the experience of retesting. The other side is to tell you frankly: Everyone wants to win and no one wants to lose. While losing more and losing less is the norm, scarcity is part of the definition of success. Acknowledge the cruelty of life, and admit that struggle is the norm in life. Go back to the original question. I think whether it is eliminated or not depends first on quality and strength. Some are too strong to be defeated by luck, and some are too weak to be saved by luck. Of course, strictly speaking. It is the judgement of the interviewer’s quality and strength from your display. This means that the re-examination not only needs to have the dry goods itself, but also shows skills. So, it is exactly as the other answer said. Candidates whose initial rankings are at a critical level may try their best to prepare for the re-examination to recover from the disadvantaged situation, while candidates whose initial rankings seem “very stable” may also be relaxed. Therefore, those in the back row of the initial test may also counterattack back. Of course, there shouldn’t be much doubt about the positive correlation between the quality and the level of strength and the level of the initial test ranking. So a key point depends on how the postgraduate re-examination order is arranged. If the scores in the initial test are arranged from high to low in the order of entry, the person who may lead to the first entry will have a very low chance of being eliminated. If you row from low to high, it may lead to a high chance of failure for the first person to enter the field. If it is based on the test number or name and other sorting methods that have nothing to do with ability. At the same time, suppose that everyone’s initial test scores are all accidentally separated, and they are not cited by the interviewer as a reference, and then the strength gap of each candidate does not exist at all. With reference to this answer, it may lead to a higher chance of winning for those who enter the arena earlier, and a lower chance of winning for those who enter the arena later due to the impatience of the interviewer’s decline in physical strength. To what extent can bad luck ruin a person’s efforts? -Wen Yifei’s answer Destiny not only teases the best people, but also will not let go of dark corners. The researchers summarized the results of 1112 parole hearings. The vertical axis is the probability of successful parole, and the horizontal axis is the time of trial. The two dotted lines are the morning and lunch breaks of the judges. In other words, in more than a thousand statistics, the last hearing before the morning break has never been a successful parole case. Maybe you get your tattoos, read books every day, love the flowers and plants, yell out love and justice three times when you wake up, and pray with tears to your daughter’s photo before going to bed. Oh, what a touching story. However, as long as you happen to go to the hearing before the morning break, you still have to go back to jail for another year, just because the judge is going to have coffee. After 8 o’clock in the morning, after the morning break and after the lunch break, prisoners have a high probability of being released on parole. The probability of parole after each judge’s rest will continue to decline. The parole pass rate before lunch and after get off work is surprisingly low. In this way, maintaining sympathy with suspects should be very energy-consuming. But it is also possible that the earlier the person who enters the arena, because the examiner is the most energetic, perhaps the most likely to cross-examine carefully, and the most likely to catch your mistakes, so the candidates’ odds of winning are lower. Although this explanation is not supported by statistics. But if you have not seen the answer quoted above, you can agree with this explanation. In short, this matter seems to be a matter for which you can pre-determine the result and then compose a supporting reason for it. That’s it. I am generally unwilling to comfort failed candidates, maybe good friends are another matter. But it is my own attitude not to do hospice care. The above paragraph may help you to get a way to comfort friends who have fallen off the list, including those who have passed the postgraduate entrance examination, campaigning, and job hunting. Although, everyone knows it well. No matter how comforting it is, failure is a foregone conclusion. A better situation is that once it fails, you can acknowledge it as a fait accompli, and then work out a plan for the future as soon as possible. Comfort is better than no comfort, but it is better than nothing. Regards.