What are the skills of filling in the 2018 college entrance examination? How to fill in the 2018 college entrance examination is a high admission rate
4hw.com.cn: the results of 2018 college entrance examination have been published. I believe that many friends have achieved an ideal result. After the college entrance examination, the most important thing is to fill in the application form. Choosing a major in a school may affect a person's life path. What are the skills of 2018 college entrance examination application form? How to fill in the admission rate is the highest? Let's have a look.
Key points for filling
1 pay attention to the order. Admission is in accordance with the candidates fill in the order of the order of the search, so we must put the most wanted institutions in the front.
2 pay attention to the gradient. The admission score of the first institution filled in can be higher, then it will be lower in turn, and the last two institutions must guarantee the minimum.
3. Scientific analysis. Candidates should refer to the average admission scores of favorite colleges and universities in previous years, or make a comprehensive analysis based on the distribution of the number of students admitted in each score segment of colleges and universities in previous years.
The results of college entrance examination have been announced. How to fill in the form of parallel volunteers? On June 24, the reporter asked the head of the provincial recruitment office to explain in detail the filing principles, key points of filling in and how to prevent risks for the candidates.
The principle of parallel volunteering
The first batch of undergraduate students, the second batch of undergraduate students and the batch of higher vocational colleges are all parallel volunteers, among which the first batch of undergraduate students and the second batch of higher vocational college students can fill in 1-6 university volunteers, and the second batch of undergraduate students can fill in 1-9 university volunteers.
Before filing, the scores of candidates in the whole province shall be summarized first, and they shall be sorted by subject (literature and history, science and Engineering). The highest score shall be ranked first, and the lowest score shall be ranked last. When filing, the computer system searches and files candidates one by one in strict accordance with the order of characteristic scores (the sum of college entrance examination scores and policy care scores).
Taking a batch of six parallel first volunteer colleges as an example, this paper explains the Filing Rules: when a candidate is retrieved, the six college volunteers of a, B, C, D, e and f filled in by the candidate will be retrieved in turn. Once a qualified college appears, it will file with the college, and the college will decide whether to enroll the student and the major it enrolls. If all the six college volunteers filled in by the student do not meet the filing conditions after retrieval, they cannot be put out.
What is eligible for filing? According to the person in charge of the provincial recruitment office, if there is any plan balance in the retrieved colleges and universities, they will be eligible for filing, otherwise they will not be eligible for filing. Candidates who do not meet the requirements for filing can only make up the application when this batch of volunteers are collected. If the examinee falls into the supplementary report link of the collection of volunteers, it means that there has been a major mistake in filling in the application.
It should be emphasized that these six colleges and universities are the first volunteers. Different examinees only compare their scores, and those with higher scores will be searched and put on file first. It has nothing to do with which institutions they have reported, whether they have reported the same institutions, and what serial number they have filled in.
Risk prevention of parallel volunteer
Although parallel volunteering can reduce the phenomenon of high scores and low rankings, it can not be completely avoided.
The person in charge of the provincial recruitment office reminded the examinees that in order to prevent the risk of not being put on file, they must select the minimum guarantee institutions in place.
In order to prevent the biggest risk in filling in parallel volunteers - the risk of being rejected after filing, it is suggested that candidates should first fill in the institutions with low filing ratio, and if there are institutions with 100% filing ratio but not 105% filing ratio; secondly, they should try to select those institutions that make similar commitments in enrollment regulations, such as "if the score of candidates with file adjustment is high enough, they will not be rejected"; in addition, candidates should try their best to fill in the institutions with low filing ratio Subject to the professional adjustment of the college and avoid the major with special requirements, such as the major with limited physical conditions, the major requiring a certain score in mathematics, English and other single subjects.