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What is parallel volunteering? The difference between parallel volunteer and sequential volunteer the 2018 college entrance examination is over, and the provincial college entrance examination scores have been released in succession. What examinees and parents face immediately is to fill in the college entrance examination. College entrance examination is very important. Choosing a good major will help to enter the society in the future. Before examinees fill in the application form, they need to understand the volunteer mode of college entrance examination of our province, make clear what the volunteer setting is, the admission rules and so on. At present, most provinces have implemented parallel volunteering in ordinary batches, so what exactly is parallel volunteering? Let's get to know each other.

What is parallel volunteering?

The so-called parallel volunteer means that a volunteer includes several parallel colleges and universities. It refers to that when candidates fill in the college entrance examination, they can fill in several parallel colleges and universities at the same time in the designated batch. When enrolling, according to the principle of "score first, follow the principle of volunteering", the candidates who are not enrolled on the same subject's score line will be put on file at one time according to the order of total score from high to low, that is to say, all candidates will be in a queue, and the high score candidates will be put on file first. At the time of filing, each candidate shall file to the top ranked institution with planned balance according to the order of institutions filled in by the candidate.

What is the difference between parallel volunteering and sequential volunteering?

The principle of parallel volunteering is' score first, follow the principle of volunteering, one-time volunteering '. The candidates who are not admitted to the same subject batch online will be put on file in one time according to the order from high score to low score. In parallel filing of undergraduate courses, according to the order of the volunteer colleges and universities filled in by the candidates, they will file to the colleges and universities with the planned balance in the first place. Score first means that the recruitment office files the candidates according to their total scores. For example, when a candidate is admitted to a, B, C, D and other colleges and universities, the candidates on the batch line first queue up according to the scores, and then retrieve the candidates' wishes one by one by the computer. If the candidates meet the requirements of school a's filing, and school a has a planned balance, they will file in school a; If the filing conditions of school a are not met, School B will be retrieved. If the filing conditions are met and school B has a planned balance, School B will be archived. If the filing conditions are not met, continue to retrieve until the school whose candidates' scores are met is retrieved, then school B will be archived. Once the file is posted, the student's other wishes will not be retrieved.

The principle of sequential volunteering is' volunteering first, from high score to low score '. The college entrance examination volunteering of examinees is regarded as the first element of enrollment and filing, so as to meet the requirements of examinees' volunteering to the greatest extent. Candidates of the same voluntary college will be put on file from high score to low score according to the adjustment proportion determined by the college. After the first voluntary enrollment, the second voluntary enrollment will be carried out. For example, once a candidate places a college as the second volunteer, even if your score is higher, if the first volunteer of the school has been filled and there is no reserve for the second volunteer, your files will not be put into the school.

Parallel volunteering has the following characteristics

1. Score first. Before retrieving candidates' wishes, first of all, all candidates should be classified into different categories according to their total scores. In filing search, the first candidate should first search for a number of college volunteers, and then determine the filing order. Then search for the second candidate in the number of colleges and universities, and so on.

2. Follow your wishes. There is a logical order in the number of colleges and universities that candidates fill in. When retrieving the college applications filled in by candidates, they are carried out in logical order, i.e. a, B, C, D & hellip; colleges and universities. When the total score of the candidate meets the filing conditions of school a retrieved first, and school a has the planned balance, the student will be put into school a.

3. One time filing. That is, according to the proportion of filing determined by each enrollment institution, the electronic files of qualified candidates will be filed to each enrollment institution. Once the examinee's file is put out, the subsequent wishes of the examinee will not be retrieved. Therefore, there is only one chance for the examinee to put in the file. That is to say, once a candidate is rejected by a university for various reasons, even if his / her filing score exceeds that of the follow-up University, he / she can't be put on file, and can only participate in the next round of filing admission (the next volunteer group, this batch of volunteers or the next batch). In other words, in the same batch of parallel volunteers, although more than one college volunteer can be filled in, the candidate file is only voted once, but actually only one volunteer plays a role.