My knocks can probably be typed, but there will be pauses and repetitions. Sometimes it depends on the draft. What is the score?
Look at the post bar, it says more than 60 points, really, it’s too panic

If it’s the beginning of the review, it’s quite normal to squat and pause, or even a lot of mantras; if it’s still the case after the review is over and the exam will be taken soon, it may not be enough. As far as normal conditions are concerned, when most students are just starting to prepare for an exam interview, it is very common to squat and have nothing to say, or if your partner who is practicing together does not have such a situation, then he will go right away. Basically, I can pass the exam. Civil servant interviews are not the same as our usual conversations and conversations. Normal communication is two-way. You can say something to each other, and you can respond a lot. You can also smile, nod, and agree, and then He continued. But interviews for civil servants are different. Interviews in most provinces are one-way, and you are basically talking from beginning to end. (In some provinces and some exams, examiners read questions, and in some places, job interviews will ask about personal circumstances.) Speaking by one person from beginning to end, let’s put it this way, similar to an essay, give you a question, think about it for about a minute, and then Answer for two or three minutes. When writing an argument, it can’t be done in one go, let alone an interview. This is also the crux of the interview. You need to respond quickly and organize your thoughts to answer questions. Regarding the three questions mentioned by the subject: knocking, reading the draft, and the 60-point question, let me talk about them one by one. Let’s talk about the problem of kowtow first, kowtow is very common. In the final analysis, the thoughts cannot keep up with the mouth. There are two ways to avoid kowtow and mantras. One is to talk more, that is, to practice more often, whether it is to directly answer the questions or read the questions directly. Anyway, the purpose is to be familiar with the rhythm of expression; another way is to slow down the sentence. I usually speak faster. I was very disadvantaged when I was preparing for the interview. I often get stuck. Everyone has seen the leader’s speech and the speed of expression is very fast. It is relatively slow, slow and stable, and it also allows you time to think about what to say in the next sentence, or how to express the next sentence to achieve better results. Let’s talk about the question of looking at the draft. The question of looking at the draft is a question of thinking. I don’t know what to answer, and the other is a question of unconfidence. Let’s talk about the question of thinking first. In fact, the questions of civil servant interviews are very versatile. How to answer each type of question has a fixed format (different content). Practice each type of question more. If you take a long time, you can basically grasp the routine. Another problem is lack of self-confidence. For most people, participating in civil servant interviews is basically daunting, but why are some people panicked and seem very calm on the surface, even if it is You should also pack yourself confidently. When you practice or talk and chat with others, try to stare at the other person’s eyes as much as possible. It’s important to have eye contact. Eye contact can make the examiner notice you and look right. Seeing is the best way to directly hit the soul. The teacher also attached great importance to this during the public examination training together. Of course, there is a little trick that everyone can try when preparing for the interview, which is to nod while answering the questions, don’t keep clicking. Just click on a few sentences, especially when you are in eye contact with the examiner. Nodding your head will increase his sense of identity, and it can also increase your self-confidence (self-identity). Finally, let me talk about the question of 60 points. Some provinces have a low score of 80, and some provinces have a high score of 70. The civil service interview and the written test are the same. This is a selection test, not simply measured by scores. Written test The questions are difficult. In some provinces, candidates with 120 points and 130 points are more common. Some provinces have simpler questions. Many people take the test with 80 points and 90 points. The total score is 160 points, or even 170 points. Can it be compared? Certainly not. The same is true for interviews. A few days ago, I saw the provincial test interview scores of a certain province. The average score was about 85 points. If you got 83 points, it must be a low score. When I tested Jiangsu before, I had an interview with 70 points in the same test room. The highest score is only about 76 points, and the lowest score is about 65 points. The horizontal is more important. Talking and chatting is also a project where practice makes perfect. Talking and practicing will be much better.

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helpmekim
8 months ago

Pauses in the interview are still very common. Most of them are not fluent enough due to factors such as nervousness, poor language organization skills, and insufficient self-confidence. It will indeed affect the interview results, but the degree of influence also depends on the number of times you pause. If there are too many, the impact will be relatively large. If it is only one or two times, the impact will be relatively small; it is normal to read the draft, and it is okay to read it occasionally, so don’t be too nervous. As for how many points can be scored in the end, not necessarily. If the performance of your partner who is interviewing with you is worse than you, then your score may not be very low; if you are interviewing with more partners, your score will definitely be greatly affected. How many points are generally scored, these are not accurate numbers, it depends on the situation of the examiner’s points. Generally speaking, whether the main points of your answer are comprehensive, whether your language expression is fluent, how fast is your speech, what is your mental state, your eye contact with the examiner, and your dress will affect your interview results. In fact, the reason why there is a pause in the interview is affected by many factors. I remember that when I first started preparing for civil servant interviews, there were such situations. The performance was: I don’t know what to say, I feel like I have nothing to say in two or three sentences, and I was a little nervous when answering questions, and the tone of voice was super, uh, uh , And, there are a lot of waits~ there are many pauses, because I can’t think of what I want to say next, so I paused. Looking at the draft, it is inevitable, because logical thinking is not so fast, the reason why the above problems occur is fundamentally The reason still lies in the fact that I have too few answers, practiced less, and have not stepped on the ideas and main points, and are “unfamiliar”. This is why this situation occurs. I remember that this was the situation when I first arrived in the interview class, but after more than ten days of repeated practice and simulation exercises, this situation has been greatly changed. Basically, it can be done: the speed of speech is changed, the most At least the tone particles are gone. I have more thoughts about the points. I already know how to better answer the questions and think about the points. The nervousness is constantly being overcome. I have practiced more and entered the mock examination room, and I am less nervous. This It is indeed improved after a lot of repeated practice. I am really grateful when I think of the time when I was training for public examinations together. The partners who were preparing for the exam with me were mostly in this situation at first. They couldn’t answer, the answer was too simple, the answer was paused, the tone was too many, the speaking speed was fast, but they would squat, etc., like those who just started training. we. But everyone worked hard to correct each other, practice with each other, and constantly overcome their weaknesses. May wish to cite an example around me. Compared with the written test, the review and preparation of the interview is actually more difficult. After all, the subjectivity is too strong. Like the same table with me preparing for the test at the time, due to work reasons, I reviewed and prepared for the test for four or five days, and then went back to work. I haven’t practiced to the point where practice makes perfect. I still remember that when she left, she still had pauses and stumbling. After returning, she could only say that she had strengthened her practice in her spare time. In the end, the interview results came out and she didn’t take the exam. High, just over 75 points, and the scores of the other two who interviewed with her were on par, 76 points or so, but luckily her written test scores were more advanced, so although the interview was overtaken, she overtakes The score was not big, and finally he landed first in the overall score. Therefore, considering the situation of the subject, it is normal to have pauses and bumps in the interview, but it is not easy to say how many points can be scored in the end. My partner also said after the interview that he felt that his answer was very good, but he didn’t expect that the final group of candidates were all of the same level. Here are some answering skills and ideas for your reference~ 1. Familiar with the answering ideas of various question types. Not only is it necessary to be familiar, but also to be innovative and form its own answering system. This is a process of quantity accumulation. 2. Must be diligent in practice. Or practice in front of the mirror, keep watching the video, and correct yourself repeatedly; or find a partner to practice with each other to continuously improve the deficiencies in the interview. 3. The aura must be strong. There is no way to avoid small tensions in the examination room, but you must not be too nervous to affect your performance, so you must consciously improve your self-confidence and train your aura, such as when answering questions, your voice will be louder and let the examiners feel It is only when you are very confident, so that the impression of you will not be too bad. 4. Eye contact. In the examination room, do not lower your head to answer questions, and have proper communication with the examiner. Even if they have no expressions, you still have to give them a smile. In general, it is a common phenomenon to have pauses in the interview, but we can continuously improve through a lot of practice. Even to the point where practice makes perfect, there will still be a little nervousness in the exam room, occasionally pauses, In fact, the examiner is understandable, but if the whole interview is like this, it will indeed affect your interview results, so you must work harder in normal practice!

heloword
8 months ago

common. The most obvious example is when you watch the local news channel after 7:30, most government leaders need speeches when they speak (although they are not necessarily reading speeches in the footage shot on TV). According to the main answerer, there are not many leaders who are able to write off the manuscript during the whole process, and even if the leaders are able to write off the manuscript throughout the process, it is not that every speech will be written off. Most people read the manuscript according to the paper. And like a civil servant interview, you can write a speech within a few minutes and organize your language clearly. Not only do you have talent, but you also have to look at luck. The topic happens to be a question that you have prepared before. Generally speaking, public service interview pauses are more common than other interviews, because other types of interviews are mostly for specific positions. You can answer the targeted preparation questions before, and the civil service examination, although there are specific positions, but The exam content does not design questions for specific positions, but uses a set of universal templates to examine hundreds of different positions, which makes it difficult to prepare targeted answers to interview questions. For example, if you are taking a job at the Water Resources Bureau, But to answer questions related to the Civil Affairs Bureau. Since civil servant interviews not only get points based on answers, but also a considerable part of the points depend on the interviewer’s perceptual evaluation of appearance, conversation, and temperament, so smooth and confident respondents will obviously get more than those who pause, scratch their heads and scratch their heads. More subjective impression points. Therefore, in order to get a higher subjective impression score, the respondent recommends that the interviewer do targeted scene-based simulation training before the interview to improve some small habits or small actions in the interview process that will cause the examiner’s bad impression. In addition, you need to brush up on various topics and remember some common interview speeches, because the few minutes at the scene are usually only enough for you to remember the structure of the speeches you remember, and you really need to organize from scratch The language and structure of the content of the answer can only be achieved by the well-trained “pen” within the government. Finally, I felt that an advertisement card related to the public examination should be inserted here, but I counted the numbers and found that the answer was only more than 600 words, and the rule was that no advertisement card should be placed for less than 800 words…

helpyme
8 months ago

As someone who has been an examiner many times, let me talk about my views. There are very few people who are not nervous in the exam. I actually admire the kind of stubbornness and no need to prepare, and the examiner answers after he has finished speaking, and there is no nonsense, and the answer is great. I have only encountered one interview in so many years. Others are more or less flawed. It is not important to have flaws, what is important is the result of your answer. It doesn’t matter if you squat, I also squat when interviewing civil servants. It’s normal. The leader’s speech still squats, let alone you. But don’t go over and over again and finish your most core point of view in the first few sentences. Because there is not much time for scoring the examiner, the beginning of every question you answer is very important. As long as you understand the first answer, repeat it later, No problem reading the manuscript. But don’t think about it while talking, put the main points at the end. In this case, if you stubbornly repeat it, it will make the examiner a headache. If there are no main points in the front, all the main points in the back will cause the examiner to be indifferent to you. Good impression, the score will definitely not be high. Therefore, it is normal for you to stop and knock, but the most important thing is how to answer the questions. As long as you answer well, nothing will hinder you from going ashore.

sina156
8 months ago

No interview, but an interviewer. In our opinion, those who enter the interview are all children. Generally, you will not give you particularly low scores at all. High scores are used to highlight students. What are the highlight students? The first is the first impression. This is your starting point. If you look beautiful and handsome, we will feel wow, and you are good. In this case, you have already taken the lead. If you don’t have a physical appearance, then you should also clean up and clean, but boys can’t be greasy, girls can’t be too coquettish, coquettish will be aggressive. Remember, you must be confident, don’t come in humble and insignificant, confident you are the most beautiful cub in the audience. When sorted, confidence is greater than beautiful than clean. Then you are about to start answering the questions. Many people have detailed descriptions of the answers, so I don’t bother to say so in detail. You have the confidence to answer the questions you know, the questions you have done, but remember that you have to think, don’t open your mouth and speak programmatically, and give the interviewer the impression that I think about it by myself. After all, we like thinkers more than those who memorize answers. You should be cautious about what you don’t know. My suggestion is not to answer indiscriminately. Your invigilator is at least the director or above, or is a person with too much experience. If you answer indiscriminately, we will feel jokes, think you have no rules, no logic, bad response, and low allocations. At this time, you have to think about how to link your ingenious problem with what you are good at. Even if you don’t understand it, you probably still know it. First, talk about the literal meaning you understand, and then talk about your clever transfer. Your time is very short, and we also understand that many children do not cover a wide range of subjects. You Barabara talks about what you are good at. Time flies quickly, and we will not pursue your partial topics too much. Because the interview is not about your scoring of this question. It is the performance of your overall quality. Finally, how to speak? I will watch all the press conferences run by the State Council, and read them when I watch them. They don’t read them after listening, but they read them completely. You have to think about logic and keep up with the rhythm. Beginners can practice each conference repeatedly. After all, this is different from the leader’s speech, and it is adaptable. Don’t believe too much about the methods your interviewer said, most of them have no successful experience. Confidence, knowledge and practice are all important. Don’t be nervous, and treat us as Chinese cabbage, as friends who are teasing you. We want to see a confident you more than you think.

yahoo898
8 months ago

It’s definitely not normal. After the interview, I volunteered to help a few people who haven’t taken the exam. Basically everyone will get stuck when listening to him. And ah, I have made it clear that my score is so high. Before the interview, I saw the experience shared by a big guy. He said that we, freshly graduated college students who go to the interview, are all young people who don’t know anything. How can we say that there are content in those questions? Speaking of tactics, and of course the examiner is also clear about this, so you are responsible for clarifying the tactics. Then I saw that the old Yang Gong made a point in the test. I personally think it makes sense: the examiner will label the candidates. If you are 30 years old, then you should be calm and in-depth in what you say, otherwise your age is not in vain. The college students should be full of sunshine, vigor and vigor, pretending to be calm and awkward. I have combined these two points, and what I ask for is to be full of youth and vitality, and then to speak well. So I basically watched the examiner the whole process of answering questions, even when the examiner was studying the questions (I wanted to listen to him directly and memorize the questions after he finished reading the questions, but unfortunately I don’t have this ability, I still have to look down at the questions for each question), 0 Thinking time, I got stuck only once. Of course, this time I got stuck. It made me nervous and my brain went blank. The second half of the question was also nonsense. I think there are problems with values. . What is the content? It’s just a cliché. As long as you have enough questions when preparing for the exam, you will find that all the questions are of the same nature and direction (specifically the institutional answer). The institutional answer is definitely a second to open your mouth. . But my answer is very concise. Basically, it is enough to express the core meaning of the one, two or three. It is not as long as an institution, and it is a cliché. You have to add so many empty shells, are you afraid that the examiner will not be annoying? Four questions in the last 15 minutes, the examiner said that there are still 6 and a half minutes, do you want to add it? I am really cold to tell the truth, this is too short, and my content is all idioms, I really want to add, but I didn’t have the ability, so I turned around arrogantly. When I went to the lounge to tell everyone, everyone laughed. I was crying but still smiled on my face. When I finally entered the examination room to announce the results, I almost laughed. So, at least for college students, the content is really nonsense. You can do your superficial skills, laugh all the time, look at each other boldly, speak calmly, speak fluently, and show that you are very confident and very confident. The sun is very energetic. If you don’t believe that other children can’t get on the stage, that’s enough. You don’t need to have ideological things at your age. They are learned after you enter the unit. The examiner can’t have to pick Marx from a group of hairy boys.

leexin
8 months ago

As an in-field examination staff member of the interview, the number of candidates I have met is less than a few hundred. Perhaps in the eyes of the candidates, the interview scene was very exciting and the answering questions was full of enthusiasm, and the examiner scored bloody and violent. Candidate’s perspective: So nervous! What do the examiner’s eyes mean? Which Shacha came out of this topic? Ah ah ah, I can’t remember the routine taught by the teacher in the interview class… But the real interview scene: no excitement, no fiery, no violence. Examiner’s perspective: What? What did this guy say? Can’t grasp the point at all? What should I do? Forget it, look at the sincerity in his eyes when he looks at me, so I got a pass… Was today’s lunch that super unpleasant takeaway? I have to add some hot sauce. The real scene here is full of tears, stumbling, unsatisfactory words, and hardships. The examiner’s pretending to be online, full screen embarrassment, strong fighting spirit, and sleepy feeling gratifying. So do you say that it is common to stop at the interview scene? common! But you have to look at the degree of kowtow. If there are all squats, the probability of getting in is generally not high. why? Occasionally stumbling is human nature, because the interview requires you to think, analyze, and express in a short period of time. This is a test of logical thinking and language skills, and the coherence is definitely not as smooth as writing. But the whole kowtow can only show that you are thinking—analyzing—expressing a problem in a certain link. Maybe your thinking is too narrow, or your analytical ability is limited, or you can’t express what you want (mostly the first two links). So sorry, you can’t reach the level of serving the people (the problems the people need you to solve are much more complicated than the interview questions). It is normal to be brushed. However, you must know that there is nothing that cannot be changed. When you encounter problems, think more and analyze more (you can combine current affairs hotspots), try to write it down first, and slowly transition from written expressions to spoken words. Fundamentally solve the stumbling caused by nothing to say. On the other hand, as for the kowtow in expression, you only need to practice more oral expression.

greatword
8 months ago

Common is common, but it detracts from points! There are a few suggestions: 1. I don’t know which unscrupulous training institutions are, saying that loud and loud voices can add points, which caused some candidates I met to have deafening voices! The examiner in the other examination room across the corridor heard his answer clearly, which caused the supervisor to come over to remind him. The impact was extremely bad! So the volume should be moderate, too loud will cause you to be unable to keep up with your thoughts. 2. It is inevitable that there will be a pause when answering questions on the spot, but don’t use it. . . what. . . That one. . . It’s over. . . Such words make people feel particularly uncomfortable. It is recommended to use a pause instead, or look around the examiner in a small area for a short second or two, and at the same time quickly think about what to say in the next sentence. This needs training! Record the content of the answer by yourself and listen to what you are talking about, and you will know the direction to change. 3. Be sure to train the method to quickly write down the content of the question. Think about it yourself, use symbols, numbers, and words. When the examiner lowers his head when he reads the test, he just remembers it! Write down the outline when thinking, this also requires a lot of training! But this process must be short, because you still have to answer the questions! I have seen some examinees, a total of fifteen minutes, thinking for ten minutes, leaving five minutes to answer three questions, trouble! In short, the civil service examination is a one-minute work of ten years on stage. Of course, there are elements of luck, but we also have to do our best to obey our destiny! Come on

loveyou
8 months ago

Let me make a conclusion. In my more than ten years of teaching career, most of the trainees who have not had any training experience will pause and stubbornly answer the interview questions for civil servants, so it is very common. Pauses and knocks will not make your score more than sixty points. It will be such a low score, and the basic answer content is also very poor. The content is good, even a little stumbling, pausing, it can be more than eighty. The main reason for low scores is the wrong structure, chaotic structure, and poor content. Knocking and pauses are just a supplement. Talking about why there are pauses and squats, it is not a problem with the mouth, but a problem with the brain. If you usually don’t stumbling or pausing when chatting with friends and family, then you will only stop and stumbling when you encounter a topic you don’t understand. Do not understand, is the crux of the problem. There is no problem watching the draft, but the problem is that you can’t keep watching the draft. I communicate with the examiner most of the time, and occasionally look at the draft, there is no problem at all. Mainly, it is important that what you write in the draft can help you answer the questions smoothly. The draft should remember the key information of the question and the main points of your own answer. Watch a little, answer a little, answer a little, throw a little away. How can the main points be answered without lagging? You must write the points you are familiar with, which requires a good training when preparing for the exam. One minute on stage, ten years of work off stage. Although it does not take that long to prepare for the exam, it is very necessary to practice the structure of the answer. The question of how to look can basically be promoted according to the logic of discovering, analyzing, and solving the problem; the question of how to do it can basically be promoted by the logic of Deminghuan “PDCA” (plan, act, confirm, and adjust). Of course, the more important thing is to be able to learn and apply, and analyze and deal with specific topics in detail. The development of the main points can use the hamburger structure, “viewpoint + case + summary”, to tell the main points, and then use the case, the details are clear, accurate and necessary to explain, and finally summarize. Practice makes perfect, classmate. Pauses and kowtows are brain problems. Once you are ready and figured out, you won’t be able to scoop up your mouth.

strongman
8 months ago

Good is very common, but you can’t pause and squat during the interview. Fluency in language expression is the most basic. I will teach you some methods, but it is only applicable to non-leader group discussion interviews. If not, you can make a detour. First of all, we must understand the unleaded group discussion, including thinking and logic ability, communication and coordination ability, etc. Only after mastering these personal abilities can we shine in the group discussion! Improving these abilities can follow Meng Ge’s unleaded actual combat class, which is one of the best in answering questions. The teacher is very professional in explaining group discussions. Through the example questions, I have a deep understanding of the content of the unleaded group discussion exam, so that after listening to the class Even when you directly get the topic for analysis, you will not be timid. When I was doing the simulation, the overall group discussion thinking logic was very clear, and even if some situations occurred during the free discussion stage, it could be easily resolved. In addition, I also applied for a training class when I was preparing for the exam, because I needed a place where I could conduct simulation exercises. At that time, I applied for an ordinary class of Zhong Gong. After all, a large institution is relatively reliable compared to some small institutions. The class is enough to deal with simulated exercises. For example, there are pauses when speaking, or you are too nervous to say. Questions can be greatly improved through practice in the interview class. Maybe this is the only advantage of the interview class, but in Be careful not to be templated when you practice, and keep your own thinking about answering questions. Being able to realize your own shortcomings before the exam means that there is still salvation. If you get to the exam room, it will be too late! Ok

stockin
8 months ago

About half of the candidates will have pauses in the exam. The fluency of civil servant interviews is a very important indicator, but it is not the only indicator. Pauses can also have a degree. If only occasional pauses, the content is more substantial, and you can get high scores. , If the answer is mediocre and there are many pauses, there is no obvious error, about 75, if the examiner gives you 60 points, it is not a pause, it is more difficult to complete the expression.

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