Recently, a professor from a pair of first-class universities posted on his blog the experience of being “dropped pigeons” by students. The professor said that “when students contacted each other with sweet words and pledges, they almost signed a contract. Once they held a few offers, they immediately changed their personalities, and did not consider the trouble to the admissions unit and teachers at all.” An example
In his view, these students are “utilitarian, impetuous, and without integrity.” He even set up a list of untrustworthy on WeChat. It is not uncommon for students to “recruit without reading”: teachers and professors in charge of enrollment in many schools say that finding a job and studying abroad are the main reasons why students give up their admission qualifications. In addition, the students who applied for full-time postgraduates were transferred to part-time, which is also one of the reasons.
Guo Yingjian, a professor at Renmin University of China, pointed out that “the quota for the re-examination is only limited and does not depend on the number of applicants, and the source of students can be squeezed.” Vulnerabilities.
There are also many tutors who release students’ pigeons, but students rarely speak up. Teachers who know it will release students’ pigeons. The promises were good at the beginning, and they were all set. Later, students with better conditions contacted, and then they directly broke the contract. The reason given is that you are such a good student. It was a bit wasteful to come to our research group, and then it was pushed to other teachers. The student contacted the recommended teacher, and the teacher actually said in the same tone: saying that you have such a good condition, you have come to our research team. Think about it, if the last teacher doesn’t want a student, will the next teacher want it? Just like falling in love, who wants to be a catcher? In fact, the matter of putting pigeons has nothing to do with identity, but with character. Written at the end: Friends, study hard, not because you have to compare your grades with others, but because you will have the right to choose in the future, to choose a better tutor, and a better subject instead of being let go. When you choose the right mentor and the right subject, you will have a sense of accomplishment, and you will be more than half successful. When the tutor you choose gives you respect and does not let you dove, you have dignity. A sense of accomplishment and dignity give you happiness.