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.

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helpmekim
6 months ago

I will retest today and draw the first number. (Web) When the formal interview started, the teacher’s equipment was not adjusted properly, and the question bank of the selected questions was not displayed, so I have been debugging, “Students, do you see that you can take the questions?”, “Teacher, I have not displayed the questions yet” , There should be more than a dozen such dialogues, and finally the debugging was successful. In the first part of English, the test format is to ask questions about professional knowledge in English. I am confused in English, so I didn’t put much hope on it. I asked two questions, the first one understood, and I didn’t know how to answer, so I made a few rants; the second question was prepared by myself, and the answer was fairly smooth. The second part of professional knowledge is still a selection of questions, a total of three questions. For the first question, I picked up the knowledge points in the most difficult chapter in the whole book, which were involved in the previous review, so 80% of the things can be said, so there is nothing to say. The second question is a super syllabus question, there is no relevant content in the reference book, but if it is during the undergraduate entrance examination of this major, I should have studied it. I did not review that knowledge point because of the inter-major, so I didn’t even read the question. After what the title meant, I babbled a few words. The third question is more open and belongs to the kind that you can say a few words without review, so I will extend the content I have prepared and answer it. The third part is a free question and answer. Two questions were asked. The usual one is to chat casually. To be honest, I don’t know how my answer was. I even finished the interview in the morning and forgot how it felt during the interview in the afternoon. It might be too nervous. I always feel my voice trembling when I speak, but my mother said that listening to me outside the door is quite fluent, so I don’t know what the situation is, I’m just very confused. I don’t know how much the teacher can give or will it be. Be kind to the first student interviewed. . . Besides being dumbfounded, it was the ecstasy at the end of the retest, and I was finally able to sleep peacefully. Wait for the results of the retest. I just received an SMS notification saying that I have entered the list of candidates for admission, but the official website has not yet announced the news. I finally settled down a bit, it was not easy, and good luck to everyone!

heloword
6 months ago

I was the crane tail in the first test, seventeen into fourteen, my sixteenth in the crane tail, and the thirteenth was 23 points higher than me, and the fourteenth and the fourteenth were six points higher than me. The initial test still accounts for 60% of the results. I read the retest book for a week. I think this year is definitely going to be a play series. Especially during the re-examination pre-qualification, the teacher drew lots for my first interview, and I almost drew it at that time. Isn’t this messing with my mentality? In the end, leaning on the broken jar and breaking down, it really didn’t work. I took the retest with a (blindly) confident attitude. The retest is really twists and turns! Test English first! I have never heard of the question I asked! What I prepared is really useless! No self-introduction in Chinese or English! There is no place to play the awesome (crossed out) that I have struggled with. I don’t know how the question I asked is related to this major, and not very much related to the book you re-examined. Basically it depends on your thinking. There was a big oolong in the middle, and the teacher’s internet was cut off. I asked the black circles hoarsely: Are you there, teacher! Your internet is down! Can you hear me! It can be seen that the campus networks all over the world are quite broken, but it’s okay! Don’t be afraid, everyone! Confidence is over! I wish everyone have to learn! You can all go to the future you are looking forward to!

helpyme
6 months ago

Generally, the first three are scored together because they need to be compared and balanced. I personally think that excellent candidates are suitable for appearing in the first three, because the instructors are in the best mental state and full of interest at this time, and your excellent performance will impress them. Therefore, I personally feel that the first candidate who enters the venue will occupy a favorable terrain if they can hold down the venue. The first one actually has a starting advantage, and once you perform well, it will put pressure on the students behind. Because of the same performance and the same answer, the first one must be the highest score. The more you get behind, the teachers will subconsciously feel that But it’s just repeating. Of course, if your performance is not very good, then you will also be impressed by the instructors, and you are destined to be out. The candidates in the middle, unless they are particularly brilliant, often give the teachers a drowsy feeling, that is, they feel almost the same, with no bright spots. So people who want to mix are suitable for playing in the middle, and there may be some chances. The worst is the last few. Because it’s time to eat after the interview for a long time, everyone will be a little tired and impatient. At this time, the interviewer is likely to lose enough patience to listen to your Barabara. In other words, your performance time is very limited. You have to attract the teacher’s attention as soon as you are on the court, throw out the most exciting things, and be straightforward and concise. Otherwise, the instructor will most likely interrupt you and say OK, so you can go down. This means you are completely out of play. So, relatively speaking, the first few admissions are the most beneficial. With more time to show yourself, the teachers will be more patient and interested to see you show. Of course, the premise is that you have something, nothing, and when you are on the court, it is cannon fodder.

sina156
6 months ago

Let me start with the conclusion: the first interview, the teacher may ask a deeper question, and the difficulty may be higher. At the same time, there may be pressure points for the first interview. If you are not prepared enough, the score will not be particularly high, it will probably be medium or low. However, if you prepare carefully, you can win surprisingly and get high scores. I have had two first experiences on the field. Although it has nothing to do with the postgraduate re-examination, they are all of the nature of selection. The judges are all university professors, and the questions asked are closely related to the profession. One time was the final of the Tsinghua University’s case analysis contest on China’s public policy last year. At that time, it was also an online competition. I thought that our team was fully prepared-specialized multimedia classrooms, professional computers and cameras and other equipment, well-made ppts, ingenious presentations (online sitcoms), and well-polished speech drafts. …It can be said that the display format and content of the rear teams are not as good as ours. However, the partial loss was in the order of appearance, unfortunately, it was the first one to play. I remember that at that time, the teachers of the Tsinghua judges were very energetic, their eyes were shining, and they seemed to be able to see through us through the screen. One judge even took notes (the team behind it did not take notes). In the defense session, the questions asked were very sharp, profound, and unexpected. All of the dozen or so questions we prepared in advance were perfectly avoided, and even did not touch the questions asked by the judges. As a result, when I answered, I was completely panicked, and the answers to the questions were very poor, and the judges’ frequent frowning made people’s mentality more than half. The judges later asked a few more questions in depth based on our answers, but it was a pity that they didn’t have enough energy and a stable mentality to face them. The final result was naturally unbearable and missed the first third prize. In fact, this kind of professional competition cannot be compared with the postgraduate retest. After all, the former is open and all players can observe, while the latter is closed, with information blocked, unable to understand the opponent’s situation, let alone preparing in advance based on the questions of the judges. Therefore, when the postgraduate entrance examination is the first to play, compared to the competition, the disadvantage is naturally not so obvious. Because the opponents are in a state of “information asymmetry”, it is difficult to know the situation of the on-site assessment in advance, and it is impossible to predict other players’ performance. Level. Having said that, I can share my second experience of “being the first person to play”, which was also the online interview of the Zhejiang University Public Management Summer Camp last year. The interview started at 8:30 in the morning. Early in the morning, the judges were full of energy, radiant and radiant. At the beginning, it was a regular question answering session, following the rules, and everything went according to order. However, after I answered the second question, the judges and teachers were immediately excited and grabbed my answer and started to ask questions in a divergent way. This link could have been finished in about five minutes, but was delayed for ten minutes. After that, I started to continue to ask questions about my resume, from my scientific research experience, to professional hotspots, to recent papers and books…Almost all the questions that can be asked are Was asked. The original 20-minute interview lasted more than half an hour before it ended. But fortunately, the result was okay this time, 20 to 10, in the interview field where the masters gathered, I ranked second to last and got an excellent camper. Looking back on this experience, the reason for the narrow victory is probably because I was relatively well prepared. Because there was an interview failure lesson earlier, so this time, I spent a longer time reviewing, pre-designed about 20 questions (basically all of them were asked), and went through several mock interviews , Exercised the mentality. So the summary is-the first one to play, there will definitely be disadvantages, including the judges’ sufficient energy, relatively conservative scoring, and high expectations without the previous comparisons. However, if you prepare carefully, comprehensively, and in-depth, and remain calm when answering, you are not afraid of danger, and answer every question in an orderly and logical manner, you are very hopeful that the finalist will win. After all, the final selection for the postgraduate entrance examination re-examination is the students who are suitable to come to our school for postgraduate studies. As long as they show a strong “fitness”, they will definitely be favored by the judges!

yahoo898
6 months ago

After going ashore, I also talked about this topic. My classmate, Xiao Wang, was admitted by an interview counterattack. The order of his interviews was first, and his initial test scores ranked middle and lower, but his performance on the re-examination was not bad, and his overall score was in the middle. of. Every time he talked about this topic, he couldn’t conceal his excitement, and repeated his wonderful performance over and over again like Xianglin’s wife, which made us memorize it. According to him, he had 5 questions in the interview, and 4 answers came up. The other was not answered in areas that he didn’t understand at all. 3 of the other 4 questions were completely answered, and one was stuck by the teacher’s question. However, he was also given a step later. In fact, the first one was nervous, and the teacher would not be so strict. Therefore, the order of entry does affect the interview results to a certain extent. However, this kind of influence is not decisive. What plays a key role is the level of your performance on the spot and the degree of preparation before the exam. Therefore, everyone must look at this issue with a correct attitude and actively respond to it in order to play a normal level. I have heard him say it dozens of times, and I have summarized some small points from his words, just for reference! ! First, positive psychological adjustment. In fact, these understandings of order are one-sided. Whether the interview lottery sequence is front, middle, or back, each has its pros and cons. The one drawn to the front is the first to appear. If you don’t understand the situation of the examination room and the severity of the teacher, the candidates will be more nervous and will affect their performance. However, at this time, the mental state of the candidates and the examiner is the best, and the examiner will take it seriously. Listening to candidates answering questions, as long as the candidates are fully prepared, the answer will definitely leave a deep impression on the examiner, and it is not difficult to achieve high scores. I don’t know about other schools, anyway, the teachers in our group are more friendly to the first interviewer. Draw the middle order. At this time, the teacher will only have an impression of those students who performed particularly well, because at this time, although the teacher has seen quite a few classmates with similar answers, there is not much turbulence in his heart. And generally speaking, the middle classmates, especially the classmates whose performance is still relatively average, are the least memorized by the teacher. After a long time of waiting, the teachers and students are already tired. However, if the candidates can be strong enough in the aura and the content is concise to the point, the examiner will also be able to do the same. One is bright. Therefore, regardless of whether the interview is before or after, or in the middle, what determines your performance is your own strength, not the order of appearance alone. As long as you are fully prepared, the order does not matter! Second, make positive psychological hints. The so-called psychological suggestion is a method of self-help through active self-suggestion and self-encouragement. In the interview, positive psychological cues have a great influence on interview results. There are no people who behave badly, only people who are not confident and not working hard. In the interview, if the lottery sequence is high, we can also positively influence the interview results through positive psychological hints. If you get the position before the exam, keep telling yourself that the number one draw has a great advantage. If you have enough strength, you will definitely succeed. Positive hints will become a psychological state and finally show from the inside to the outside. To the examiner. Third, be confident and generous to deal with it calmly. The interview is an investigation of the comprehensive ability of a candidate. From the outside to the inside, from the manners to the verbal expression, from the answer content to the mental framework, from the value concept to the professionalism, all are building your image for the teacher. You have to know that no matter what time, a teacher needs a confident and positive young person, a person with certain professional knowledge and cheerfulness. When answering questions, you should keep your eyes firm, smile, and communicate with your teacher. As the saying goes, the eyes are the windows of the soul. Are you confident that the teacher can see clearly at a glance, and anyone who keeps a smile will have a good opinion of the person. If you can be confident under the double pressure of being faced with an unfamiliar environment and the first person to answer the questions, you will definitely leave a deep impression on the teacher. Secondly, when answering questions, candidates should be clear and logically rigorous. At this time, the teacher is more energetic and full of novel questions, so you can listen more carefully to the content of your answers. Therefore, at this time, in addition to the organization of external expressions, you must also pay attention to logical rigor. If you encounter a problem that you don’t know, just say it generously, and say sorry to the teacher, the student’s qualifications are still low, and you’ll get to know it well after you go down, and you’re done. You just need to adjust your mind and master the strategy to perform normally or even supernormally and eventually get good results!

leexin
6 months ago

The retest time for postgraduate entrance examination coincided with the physical examination, resulting in being late. The elder sister called 5 times. He ran upstairs panting, saying that he was waiting for me to draw the lottery. I was the first one to go in. It was hard to kill me. I didn’t breathe well. Sitting with 8.9 unsmiling college leaders, I was so nervous. I didn’t even have time to introduce myself, so I couldn’t do it. Talking about the theory book, I accidentally said the shortcomings of the theory book of the dean’s good friend. The dean corrected it for me, and they were republishing the previous one. Answer the questions as you recite them. I went in for 10 minutes when I was done. Advantages: I only found out after the interview that I was the only one who hadn’t been seen on the college transcript and political review form. The questions the teacher asked me were very simple. Disadvantages: too nervous. Then I went to an English interview, and I didn’t feel nervous anymore, because there were only 2 examiners. Results: No impact.

greatword
6 months ago

Of course it will have an impact. Just like “I’m a Singer”, they don’t want to be the first, but they want to be the last, because the audience’s impression was stronger at that time. There was an article in the English for postgraduate entrance examination. If the judge has announced that 5-6 individuals have served in the community, the probability of the next person going to jail is higher. Consciousness is that people’s judgments will be affected by the previous events. Just like the graduation defense, the first few classmates and teachers will carefully inquire about the related questions of the thesis, the last few classmates and teachers are already hungry, just want to end the defense quickly, relatively easy to become impatient. The postgraduate re-examination and graduation defense are the same. A total of 21 students came to join today, and students with low scores should try not to appear in the first three. Because at this time, the interviewer is cautious and does not know the overall level of the student, so it is more likely that the first three can give 7 points when they can give 7 points or 8 points. But don’t grab the last few appearances for those with low scores. As mentioned before, the teacher has interviewed more than a dozen people, and there are basically satisfied students on the final list. Unless you perform better than the student the teacher wants to admit, the instructor will not choose you. This is like a wheel battle in a variety show. You can only win if you win others, and the people behind can’t beat you. This is the preconceived impression that forms an anchor point in the tutor’s mind and occupies a dominant position. In actual interviews, the interval between 1/3 and 2/3 is better. There are 21 students, and you just played in the 7th to 14th. Of course, if you are absolutely strong, don’t worry about this issue. In the face of absolute strength, any small skill is scum.

loveyou
6 months ago

Wrong, it turns out that I was not the first to interview… but my roommate became the first one inexplicably. I don’t know if it was bad luck or luck. Before she went in, the senior sister gave the wrong question, but the teacher found out after she went in, so she gave another 5 minutes to think about it. However, my roommate’s interview score is the highest… Maybe the teacher will be a little more relaxed about the first interviewer, but there is no doubt that personal strength is the most important, and the second is to be confident and express openly. My own thoughts (although I don’t know what I’m talking about).

strongman
6 months ago

Generally not. Different schools have different sorting methods for the entry order of the retest. Some schools are ranked according to the scores of the initial tests, and some schools draw lots randomly. If it is ranked according to the initial test scores, generally those with high initial test scores will have a greater advantage in the retest, and it is difficult for such candidates to become cannon fodder in the retest. Generally speaking, the factors that affect the results of the re-examination interview are as follows: 1. On-the-spot performance: whether the examiner is nervous, whether the expression is normal or not, whether there are small movements, whether to disclose personal sensitive information, etc. 2. English expression ability: whether the English self-introduction is fluent and fluent, whether there are grammatical and pronunciation errors, whether they can understand English correctly and ask questions, etc. 3. Understanding of the major: Do you understand the research direction of the major, and whether you have plans for future studies, etc. Generally speaking, if the performance of the above three points is good, the retest will get a satisfactory score.

stockin
6 months ago

It’s a good thing. I draw lots, the first one to enter, there are only five minutes to prepare the questions, not only for interviews, we also like to draw questions to answer, good luck, or that, I was well prepared, the questions drawn without pressure, after entering, wait The teacher asked me about scientific research ideas or graduation thesis, but only asked me how I wanted to come to Beijing to go to school, and so on, just like chatting, and then answered the selected questions, about ten minutes, and I came out. The interview score is 90 points, which is estimated to be the first in the interview. In the end, the first test was the first, the second test was the second, and the total score was second, and the notification letter was successfully obtained. I feel that the teachers deliberately let me relax, but also let them start to enter the state, because the interview time is 9 o’clock, so everyone has a buffer time, early in the morning, not so sharp, even if it is a question, the teacher is right My answer to the rhetorical question is also more gentle, and I will nod my head to show encouragement. Interview, the first thing after going in: remember to close the door and then I walked to the position, the opposite row of teachers, put down things first, then bowed, said: Hello teachers, I am a candidate for this year, my name is Fat Ding . Then sit down, the teachers will cue the process, introduce themselves, why do you want to apply for this school, this major, and wait for teachers to ask questions. One thing to pay attention to is the rhythm of self-introduction. It should not be to please yourself or memorize the text, but to divide it into several pieces. Don’t memorize running accounts, show the highlights and attractive points, and don’t be afraid to make eye contact with the teacher. , Don’t speak too fast, don’t um, ah, and then, um, keep these words within five minutes. Answer the teacher’s question. If you’re nervous, you can say: “Thank you, I need a minute to think about it before answering you.” Answer the question, just like writing the question, divide the discussion, express the vocabulary, and be professional, if it is really unclear. If I understand, I will be lenient: Teacher, I don’t have a thorough understanding of this aspect, and I don’t have a clearer point of view for the time being, but I want to talk about my ideas… After I go back, I will find relevant materials to learn and supplement this part of the knowledge. It doesn’t really matter how many interviews you have. I prefer the first one. I have enough confidence that my performance will become a standard for interviews on this day. For the students behind me, unless they are amazing, otherwise I will become the standard. I will be more modest. I will not be humble. I will just make a sample. The teachers’ opinions on this batch of candidates and the comprehensive situation of the first interviewer will naturally affect them. The later ones are bigger. So, if you draw lots for the first few interviews, then congratulate you, calm your mind, confidently, and with awe, and just do the interview.

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