Choosing/filling in blanks is also very important.
First of all, the correct rate of choosing questions in the examination has a great impact on your overall results, especially the students with good grades. If one of the choosing questions is wrong, it is a pity that two mistakes announce in advance that you are difficult to get high marks in this examination. For students with average grades, the selection of questions accounts for most of the basic points.
Secondly, the speed of choosing questions directly affects whether you can finish the following answers, and ultimately also directly affects your overall results.
It is normal for a middle school student to spend 30-35 minutes on 12 choice questions, which means that it needs to be accelerated.
If you are a good student, you must finish it in 25 minutes (fast in 20 minutes).
You can calculate that the exam time is only 120 minutes. If 50 - 60 minutes have been spent on the choice of questions, then there will be little time to answer the questions after completing the blank. That is to say, it took 120 minutes to do 80 points of the problem, even if 100% correct still failed.
Misunderstandings of Mathematicians in College Entrance Examination in Choosing to Solve Questions by Filling in the blanks
Myth 1: Despising the Selection of Subjects
The main manifestation is that these questions are quite simple and can be calculated casually.
In choosing questions, besides solving them directly according to the way of thinking, we should also pay attention to some special methods, such as direct method, special value method, substitution method, exclusion method, verification method, number-shape combination method and so on.
There are many ways to solve the problem of choice. Don't be too rigid in fixed thinking when doing the problem. Sometimes a problem can be used by a variety of special methods.
Misconception 2: Misunderstanding the topic and falling into the trap
In the process of choosing questions, when encountering key words, you can mark them with a pen to attract your attention, for example, at least none, at most one, and so on.
The first time you don't do it, you should also make a mark, but you should pay attention to distinguishing it from other marks, which is not easy to miss.
Myth 3: Too short or too long time to choose a topic
According to the time allocation of the mathematics papers in the college entrance examination, it is better to control the selection and filling in the blanks in 30 to 50 minutes.
Students with good math scores should finish in about 30 minutes, while those with poor math scores should finish in about 50 minutes. Generally speaking, it is reasonable for students to finish in an average of 40-45 minutes in choosing and filling in the blanks. In this way, enough time can be set aside for the following six major problems.
Misconception 4: Focusing only on ability questions and neglecting basic ones
Students with better grades tend to concentrate on the last two ability questions, and spend a lot of time calculating and thinking. As a result, 14 basic questions have no time to test, so the score rate is not high.
This behavior of "losing watermelon and picking up sesame" must be noticed.
Firstly, both the front and back questions are 5 points. By contrast, it's much easier to do the basic questions well. Thirdly, there are too many ways to solve the ability questions, so it's difficult to complete the conventional methods. For the choice questions, we can also use the substitution method, exclusion method, special value method and so on.