The pace of the college entrance examination is getting closer and closer, and for the majority of candidates, the most important part of the college entrance examination is undoubtedly volunteering. The college entrance examination obtains points, and the task of volunteering is to use the existing points to maximize the effectiveness of the application.
So, do you really understand the situation of voluntary reporting, and are you looking forward to get some tips in voluntary reporting? In response to the needs of the majority of parents, Xuebang has organized a batch of questions that often occur in voluntary reporting for everyone, hoping to help the candidates.
Q1: What does parallel volunteering mean?
Parallel volunteering refers to multiple college volunteers in the same admission batch and the same time period submitted by candidates, which reflects the parallel structure relationship between volunteers.
In general, parallel volunteers can choose 6 colleges and 6 majors, and can decide whether to obey transfers.
Q2: What is the difference between parallel volunteering and traditional volunteering?
In the traditional voluntary reporting mechanism, the first volunteer is very important. In the admission process of many schools, whether or not the candidate is listed as the first choice of the candidate as the first criterion.
But in parallel volunteering, there is no question of who is the first volunteer. The six schools reported are theoretically candidates' first choices.
Q3: What is the process of parallel volunteering?
Xuebang gave an example to illustrate the process of parallel volunteering: suppose a candidate has a score of 620.
(1) Assuming that University A submits a line of 580, then your file can definitely enter University A, and other BCDE schools need not consider it.
(2) If you fail to reach the submission line of University A, the system will automatically put your file in column B. If you have enough submission line of University B, your file will be taken away by University B, and so on.
(3) If your score does not reach the submission line of the six voluntary colleges, then you need to participate in the voluntary submission or enter the next batch of admissions process.
Q4: How to arrange the order of submission in parallel volunteering?
Scores are the only criterion, and all candidates will be ranked according to the scores. If the candidates' total scores are equally divided, they will be sorted again according to the level of the individual subjects.
So, what are the strategies and tips for parallel volunteering?
First of all, "Crushing, Crushing, Stabilizing, Guaranteeing, Protecting, and Padding" is our general policy of filling in volunteers.
Among AB's voluntary colleges, we can properly fill in prestigious schools with high enrollment and high scores in previous years.
Among the voluntary colleges in BD, we choose the colleges that better meet their own score lines. According to the score lines of previous years, they are basically acceptable.
In DE's voluntary colleges, we have to choose a conservative option as the bottom to prevent out-of-shift situations.
Secondly, we need to carefully study the admission scores of previous colleges. Try to arrange the order of colleges and universities in our voluntary report according to the level of the score line of each college and there is a moderate grade difference.
Finally, if there is no special case, check "Subject to Transfer" as much as possible, so as to avoid the possibility of being relegated as much as possible.