I couldn’t find the admission ticket when I checked the score, and I received a text message when I was in a hurry. It was originally estimated that both sets would be 28.5 or have a full score, and the result was 30 double kills. The answer I remembered at that time was 776876. I didn’t have many problems with the online answer options, but I really panicked when I found that the number was not right. I wondered if I had painted the wrong card countless times. 30 is actually expected, but to be honest, I regret it a bit. Because the school really wasted too much time on listening. From one set a day to two sets a day, and then four sets a day, six sets or more. I listened to class in the morning and listened to the evening. I listened to nearly 20 sets a day before the listening test. Even the card points were scanned for admission on the day of the test and before the test. Still listening… Horror is real horror. It’s vomiting alive. When I was in the third year of high school, my mentality really burst because of listening anxiety, especially when I made seven or eight mistakes in Bailang’s set. Later, I heard two or three mistakes in the real exam questions, oh, that’s okay. I did not finish listening to the college entrance examination after I had to finish my listening test. It was inconvenient at school and I didn’t bother to listen. The following are some suggestions for the younger students, don’t waste too much time on this thing, it’s not worth it. The school’s unified listening was played in the morning, and I was very sleepy at six o’clock (I knew it all), and I went to sleep too many times when I couldn’t hold it anymore. I can listen to it honestly for two days seven days a week. I think that if the basics are good, two sets a day or one set will grind my ears every day. It is enough to hear the college entrance examination. Do not entangle the first five questions over and over again, just don’t understand the last one you hear in the blind selection. Memorizing frequently used vocabulary (must be issued by the school), meditating in your heart while listening, and trying your best to repeat it can reduce the chance of distracting. Don’t worry about the answers for too long after each practice, unless you encounter unusual words and phrases and just remember them. Daily practice is to sharpen the ears, the answer is not important. The closest practice question is the real college entrance examination question, Bailang. Bailang speaks faster and has a larger amount of information, which is more difficult than the college entrance examination questions. Don’t be afraid to make too many mistakes, and keep your mind steady. The other exercises are rubbish, don’t listen. This year’s listening to the anchor is indeed a bit caught off guard, if I change the audition next year, it would be nice to adjust the status in time. Listening + reciting retelling silently, you must substitute the context to guess the answer when you encounter questions that are not inaccurate. You can be nervous before the exam, just relax in the exam room. Don’t let the first test affect the second game mentality. I simply slept during the intermission (it was really sleepy, it was too late to play on the phone the day before yesterday, wrong demonstration). Regardless of good or bad, just let go of the things that have passed the test, leaving 720 to be the highlight. See you in June.