Time allocation is very important
Many students because of strategic errors in answering questions, the
final question has not been answered, the difficult questions have not been answered, easy-to-score
questions have no time to answer.
Therefore, many experts have put forward the idea of "making scoring
plans". Some experts believe that "College Entrance Examination is not so much a test ability as a test
time." For some students, even dare to abandon some of the topics. To "start with a pen, there are
points, effective answers."
Therefore, improving the efficiency of answering questions and allocating
time reasonably are the key to the success or failure of the comprehensive examination.
from the beginning of the paper in turn
Generally speaking, the whole volume is roughly the arrangement
of easy first and difficult later. Therefore, the correct way is to do the questions in turn from the
beginning of the volume, first easy then difficult, and finally hard. Some candidates are willing to
start with the final puzzles. They think that they have no problems in front of them. Whether they
succeed or fail depends on how the final puzzles are done. At the beginning, they are the most sober-
minded. They want to do the most difficult problems first with high success rate and good results, so
as to ensure the overall victory by winning the fortifications. This idea seems reasonable, but it is
actually wrong. Generally, the questions at the end of the paper are rather difficult. Except for some
students with a very high level, they do not have a good grasp of the problem. It probably took a lot
of time and did not finish the problem satisfactorily. Most of your thoughts at this time have been
disturbed, and because you have spent a lot of time and have not done anything else, you will
inevitably feel panic in your heart. If you do the previous questions with a panic heart, the effect
will be greatly reduced. But it is not a resolute "sequential" problem-solving. Although a college
entrance examination paper is roughly easy first and then difficult, it is also common that there are
difficulties in the front, especially in the middle of the paper. Only when the degree of persistence
is appropriate, can we bypass the difficult problems. Only by doing well in the guaranteed questions,
can we get as many scores as possible.
First easy, then difficult, first familiar and
then born. First do simple and familiar questions, then do comprehensive and difficult problems.
According to our own reality, we should jump over the immovable problems decisively, from easy to
difficult, which can enhance our confidence, but we should also pay attention to each problem
seriously, strive to be effective, not to look at flowers on horseback, if there are difficulties, and
hurt the mood of solving problems.
(2) First small, then big. Subjects are usually less information,
less calculation, easy to grasp, not to let go, should strive to solve the problem as soon as possible
before, so as to win time to solve the problem, create a relaxed psychological atmosphere.
part, then whole. When a difficult problem is really immovable, a wise solution strategy is to divide
it into sub-problems or a series of steps. The first step is to solve a part of the problem, that is,
to what extent it can be solved, to what extent it can be calculated, to write a few steps, and to get
the score of this step every step.