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3 Bad Habits That Are Causing You To Lose Unnecessary Marks In O-Level Chinese Comprehension – O水准阅读理解让你丢分的三个坏习惯

27 Apr 2018

 

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O水准华文阅读理解,是丢分的重灾区,也是优等生脱颖而出的福地。也许你不信,对于许多考生,丢分与失分,就是一线之隔,只差一次及时的点拨。今天我们聊一聊,让你丢分的三个坏习惯。

1.不重视题目。

许多同学喜欢先读篇章,遇到不懂的字句就卡在那里,耽误时间,遇到主题深奥的篇章也会被吓到。好不容易开始看题目了,心也乱了,没有接受过有效的训练,找不到关键词,回头再去看篇章,再次受挫,匆匆找到几个对应的句子草草写上,拿到成绩的时候,发现4分的题目只得1分。

事实上,阅读理解的题目中藏着很多玄机,优秀的考生,只需要读完题目,哪怕不看篇章,就能够很快判断出:这道题属于哪种类型?套用哪种答题模板?一共几个得分点?分值如何分布?

优秀的考生都知道题目中藏着很多玄机,并且很快就能找到答案

2.放弃难题。

不少同学会放弃理解篇章最后的几道大题,而在前面几题上花了太多时间,但这并不能保证前几题就能得全分,同时彻底放弃了后面大题的分数,非常可惜。

 最后的几道大题,可能占4到5分,的确比较难拿全分,但5分当中并不是每一分都难拿。与其把时间都花在前面分值少又不能保证得全分的题 目上,不如把高分题中容易拿到的分数拿到手。

别忽视后面的大题

3.给考官“找麻烦”。

没有学生会故意给考官找麻烦,但是他们不知道,自己答题的坏习惯给确实给考官找了“麻烦”。 第一种,以为答得越多得分越多,仗着自己写                  字快,为了2分的题目,几乎把整段都抄上去了(让考官自己去找得分点吧)。尽管其中包含了正确答案需要的信息,还是可能被扣分。

因为考官可能会觉得,考生根本没有理解,因为真正理解准确的考生,会准确地把最直接的得分点挑出来,而不是大抄特抄。

另一种考生,的确把所有得分点都写出来了,但是没有条理,甚至结构混乱,没有把得分点组织在一个清晰的模板中,考官不能一目了然看                     到,而需要费力理解和寻找(考官可能真的因为你写得逻辑混乱前言不搭后语而以为你没读懂),这也可能导致不必要的丢分。

会考将至,在几个月的时间里,有人乱了阵脚,有人病急乱投医,也有人放弃希望,令人痛惜。而我们也见证过许多学生,在老师的点拨下,彻底开窍,之前积累的华文基础,全都爆发出来,几个月的时间里,成绩突飞猛进,取得可喜的会考成绩。

许多学生,在老师的点拨下, 取得可喜的会考成绩

快来参加O水准华文阅读理解抢分班,让王博士亲自指导你的孩子,纠正这些丢分的坏习惯,在会考中超常发挥!

 

 

Scoring well in the comprehension section of the O-Level Chinese paper can make a significant difference in your overall grade. A seemingly minor mistake in your answer could cost you marks, but a slight change in the way you answer the question can help you score.

With the right strategies and pointers, you can avoid making careless mistakes and excel in comprehension.

There are three common bad habits that students display when they attempt comprehension questions, causing them to lose precious marks. Do you have these bad habits too?

1. Focusing too much on the passage instead of questions

You may have the habit of beginning a comprehension by reading the passage first. As you do so, you may encounter difficult words that throw you off, or you become intimidated by the complexity of the theme. By the time you struggle through the passage and arrive at the questions, you may feel demoralised. This affects your ability to identify question requirements and key words. Without the correct techniques, you may find yourself panicking and scribbling any answer that comes to mind.

A student who is familiar with question-answering techniques does not panic when he encounters a difficult passage. Instead, he looks for clues in the questions to help him figure out the correct answers. When he analyses the key words in a question, he asks himself: How are the marks awarded for this question? What is the question type? What will the structure of the answer look like? Based on the mark awarded, how many points must I include in my answer?

A student who is familiar with question-answering techniques are usually the ones who excel in Comprehension

2. Giving up on difficult questions

Often, you might spend most of your time answering the first few questions that are easier, and give up on answering the last few questions that are more difficult. Unfortunately, doing so is not a safe bet. Spending too much time on the first few questions does not guarantee good results.

These last few questions are usually worth 4 to 5 marks. Although it is not easy to score full marks in these questions, attempting them could at least gain you a mark or two. Isn’t that better than not scoring any mark at all?

Gaining marks from the last few questions could be easier than focusing all your time on the first few questions

3. Making the examiner’s life ‘difficult’.

Even if you had no intention of causing an examiner any trouble, the following bad habits when answering questions could make the process of marking very difficult for him or her.

Firstly, you believe that the more you write in your answer, the more marks you will gain. Even when answering a 2-mark question, you copy a whole paragraph from the passage, hoping that the examiner will spot the correct answer somewhere in there and award you the marks. The truth is, even if your answer contains what the examiner is looking for, you may still be penalised. From the
examiner’s point of view, you have not understood the passage nor the question well enough to keep your answer succinct.

Next, you may have identified the correct points that answer the question, but you did not structure them clearly and accurately. As a result, the examiner has to read your confusing answer several times to understand what you are trying to express. In such circumstances, the examiner may simply penalise you because your answer lacks clarity and does not make sense at all.

As the examinations draw closer, are you beginning to feel flustered? Are you desperate to improve your scores but do not know where to begin?

Let us help you.

With the professional guidance and coaching from our qualified teachers, you will be equipped with the strategies to maximise your potential. In just a few months, your scores will soar and you will see excellent results in your examinations.

So join the O-Level Chinese Comprehension Booster today! Let Dr. Wang Hao Shu, our Head of 学汇乐 coach you to success!

Under proper guidance and coaching from our 学汇乐 teachers, it will be a breeze acing your Comprehension

So join the O-Level Chinese Booster: Comprehension today! Let Dr. Wang Hao Shu, our Head of 学汇乐coach you to success!