, Hangzhou, July 15 (Tong Xiaoyu) "Three tests were required in previous years. This year we adjusted to one. The "front" is shortened and I feel less psychological pressure." Song from Liaoning ended the broadcast of Zhejiang Media College And host professional art test. The moment she walked out of the school gate, she was very relaxed.

  July 13th to July 16th is the day when the art exams are held at art colleges such as Zhejiang Media College and China Academy of Art. Because of the epidemic situation, the art test opened the "slimming" mode, which not only reduced the professional scope of the test as much as possible, but also reduced the number of test sessions, and turned the offline test into an online one, which was "supervised" by the mobile phone.

  At Zhejiang Media College, parents wear masks and stand in front of the school, waiting silently. On the campus, there is no "long dragon" in the art test. Compared with previous years, this year's art test site is more "cold", but also more orderly.

  Due to the epidemic situation, Zhejiang Media Institute issued a notice that the original re-examination and three-examination of the school's broadcasting and hosting arts, radio and television director, photography, film and television photography and production, recording arts and other majors were adjusted to one exam. There is a maximum number of people in each time period during the interview.

At the entrance of Zhejiang Media College, the parents who are looking forward to it. Photo by Wang Qianqian

  In addition to reducing the number of examination sessions, the China Academy of Art issued a notice on April 10 that the art theory majors will be selected according to the overall scores of the college entrance examination cultural courses, and no longer organize professional school exams.

  At the China Academy of Art, the reporter also noticed that technical means that have not been widely used before, such as online submission of works and online examinations, also appeared in this year's art examination. The original teacher invigilation has become two mobile phone "invigilation".

  It is reported that this year the China Academy of Art adopted the "Ali Ding Ding" platform for online remote real-time video surveillance and recording. At the same time, it is supplemented by the "Art Promotion" APP to record exam videos and upload test paper photos.

  "This is dual-platform, dual-camera and dual-insurance." Shen Hao, deputy dean of the China Academy of Art, said in an interview on July 15 that the online examination process is fully networked, even if the network is temporarily interrupted, it will not affect the "art promotion "APP video recording.

  During the test, if there is a temporary disconnection of the nail platform, the invigilator will connect the candidates as soon as possible, and record the details of the disconnection time in detail, so as to focus on verification and verification, and protect the rights and interests of the candidates.

  After the online exam is completed, candidates not only have to upload a photo of the exam paper, but also need to send the exam paper by themselves. To this end, the China Academy of Art has negotiated with China Post to provide candidates with services such as green channels for submitting test papers and free examination of test papers.

  Xiao Cai, a student from Hubei, went to the designated post office of the local post office to pick up the packaging bag in advance. For this online exam, he bluntly "very convenient."

  "Originally, after taking the Hubei Academy of Fine Arts on July 12, I was going to fly to Hangzhou that night. But now, as long as I sit at home, I can use the computer to complete the exam." Xiao Cai said, "online art during the epidemic" "Examination", avoiding him to travel between cities, but also allows him to have more time and energy to prepare for the art exam.

  Here, Shen Hao said that in terms of spending during the exam alone, the "online art test" does indeed "reduce the burden" for art candidates. Compared with the "crash" situation of many schools during the art test in previous years, this special move also provides candidates with favorable conditions for applying for more institutions.

  In addition to the China Academy of Art, the Zhejiang Conservatory of Music art test has also been adjusted from offline to online.

  Shen Hao said that this large-scale "online art test" can be said to be a milestone change in art enrollment. From the perspective of advancing the enrollment reform of art schools, it represents a trend and direction of reform. (Finish)