How to score in the shortest time is the most concerned problem for students at this stage. The so-called "skills" such as "how to get answers" actually depend more on luck. If you want to achieve a real counterattack in the examination hall, you first need to consolidate the basic knowledge of each subject.
The Unfavourable Skills of Grading in College Entrance Examination
Language: A composition must have an end.
It's better to spend forty or fifty minutes writing a composition, and the last one must be finished. It's better to have a short tail rather than a tailless one. Otherwise, the deduction will be quite severe.
In addition, we should be good at making "beauty" for the title, which can make the eyes of the markers light up at once. Never copy the topic without adding the title.
Examinees with weak language proficiency should pay attention to writing short sentences. Examinees with high proficiency should mobilize their mastered knowledge so as to make their articles fluent and graceful.
Mathematics: "522 Principles" for sub-questions.
No matter how big or small the problem is, first grab the problem that you can do, then do the problem that has a certain idea of solving the problem, then spell out the problem that you feel difficult, and finally dig out the problem that you really can't do. This guarantees more points in limited time.
Take time. Don't dwell on trifles. The average number of multiple choice questions is less than one and a half minutes.
Adhere to the "522 Principle". Keep your eyes on the top five of the selected questions, the first two to three of the filled-in questions, and the first two of the answers. These questions are all given points. They won't be difficult.
English: Make sure you have enough words in your composition.
In English composition, the number of words should be enough first. As long as the number of words is enough, the minimum 3 points can be guaranteed.
The draft should be the general structure of the composition, not a complete composition. Writing English compositions, many students like to draft, and then transcribe to the test paper, but this is time-consuming, suggest ideas, draft up to three minutes.
Synthesis: Write the formula on the edge
1. The sites where ATP is produced are usually cytoplasmic matrix, mitochondria and chloroplasts. When it comes to the relationship between two organisms, it's usually competition and predation.
2. Chemistry experiment question ~, judging which ions are in the solution, step 1 usually takes some of the solution in the test tube and adds excessive XX solution, oscillating and stationary. If XX occurs, the conclusion is that X is valid or not. Step 2 takes the supernatant of step 1 and puts it in another tube, adding appropriate amount of XX solution, oscillating, and stationary. If XX phenomenon occurs, step 1 can be combined.
3. Knowing the conclusion X is established, we can generally judge which ions are in the solution. The answer steps of this kind of questions are basically the same, in which oscillation, stationary as long as there is writing will give points!!!!
4. If you can't do the second major problem in physics, you should also write down the magnetic field formulas, one of which is 2 points.
5. Chemistry and chemical problems, some of which are empty, are prompted in other topics.