Enter the examination room, take a look around the classroom and get familiar with the strange environment. Sit in your seat and get into the role as soon as possible; no longer consider success or failure, gain or loss; adjust the attitude of confrontation: stationery set, glasses removed and wiped. These movements should be regarded as "spiritual gymnastics" to stabilize the mood before the examination. Examination.
Details to be noticed in helping you get high marks in the examination room: What should you do in five minutes after you get the test paper?
Answers are generally not allowed within 5 minutes after the examination papers are obtained. Candidates should first write their names, admission card numbers and examination numbers in the prescribed places. Then make an overall observation of the paper to see if the title of the paper is correct, how many pages in total, whether there are errors in page number order, whether each page is clear and complete, and listen to the invigilator's requirements (sometimes the invigilator will read out corrective errors). The advantage of doing so is that we can find out the errors in time, so that we can exchange the papers as soon as possible and avoid unnecessary losses. Finally, read the test paper as a whole, see how many parts the paper is divided into, how many total questions are, what kinds of questions are there, and so on, grasp the whole paper as a whole, so as to determine the combat plan as soon as possible; make a rough estimate of the difficulty and time required for each part of the whole paper, so as to have a good idea, so as to respond flexibly to each question. In addition, it has a positive psychological effect, because generally speaking, the structure, type and quantity of the examination papers are consistent with the "Instructions for Examinations". When you see that these forms are completely consistent with expectations, your emotions will initially stabilize. On the contrary, they are reluctant to spend this period of time, and at the beginning, they are buried in thinking and answering specific questions. When they begin to answer questions formally, there will inevitably be inappropriate allocation of time, errors in busy work and neglect of each other.
After perceiving the whole volume as a whole, we should focus on one or two questions that are relatively easy to draw conclusions or can be answered affirmatively at a glance. Looking at these questions, our emotions will be further stabilized and our tension will be eliminated. Thus, confidence in answering the whole volume will be established. At this time, do not concentrate on the difficult questions, otherwise the more nervous you will be, the less confident you will be, the better you will be in the mood of answering the exam papers.
What is the general process of answering questions?
There are four steps in the process of mental activity in examinations:
(1) Examining and understanding the conditions and requirements of the topic;
(2) Recalling and re-emphasizing relevant knowledge;
(3) Establishing a knowledge structure between knowledge and subject requirements;
(4) Express the process of problem solving and present the answers to the questions.
Before answering the questions, we should survey the whole volume, so as to have the overall situation, play a role in stabilizing emotions and enhancing confidence. Attention should also be highly focused, read the questions carefully from beginning to end quickly and accurately, and desecrate them sentence by sentence. For words that are difficult to understand or key to understand, we should think carefully and deliberate over and over again. To achieve: (1) carefully understand the meaning of the question, clear the requirements of the topic;
(2) For easy questions, we should carefully consider whether there are confusing factors to prevent paralysis and belittle the enemy.
(3) We should pay attention to the relationship between the conditions and requirements provided by the problem itself, so as to prevent thinking obstacles caused by tension. When examining the topic,
Firstly, we should not read the title wrong and grasp the meaning objectively and accurately.
Secondly, the analysis should be clear, and we should be good at dissecting the problems, dividing the complex comprehensive problems into several parts, and finding out the relationship between the known conditions and the unknown conditions.
Thirdly, they are good at linking. On the basis of analyzing the topic, they link all the knowledge points involved in the topic, and dig out some potential conditions and the internal relationship between knowledge.
When doing a problem, we should first fill in the blanks, judge the questions, then do the middle-grade questions, and finally do the comprehensive questions. Or we should first do the questions we are good at, and then concentrate on the difficult problems. We should avoid two kinds of bad tendencies: one is that we can't keep our mind still, we are not sure which topic to start with, and we miss the time; the other is that we spend too much time on one topic to influence other topics. If you are not sure how many answers you will get, you should dare to write, even if you are not sure. In standardized examinations, candidates who dare to guess sometimes get better scores.
Finally, we should check the requirements of the test paper, the way of thinking, the steps of solving the questions and the results of the answers carefully. We must not hand in the paper in advance.