China News Service, Beijing, February 21 (Ren Jing) Today, many places have opened the query channels for the results of the 2022 postgraduate entrance examination. Candidates who clearly have doubts about their scores can apply for re-examination, and those who pass the preliminary examination can start preparing for the re-examination.

Data map: In the self-study room of the library of Nanchang University, candidates are intensively reviewing.

Photo by Liu Lixin

The results of the preliminary

examination of the postgraduate entrance examination are released one after another

  According to the announcements issued by various places, candidates from Jiangsu, Shanxi, Hunan, Shandong, Heilongjiang and other places can check the results of the 2022 postgraduate entrance examination on the 21st, Hubei candidates can check the test results on the 22nd, and Jiangxi, Zhejiang and other places. In late February, some other provinces have not yet announced the results inquiry time.

  The preliminary examination for the 2022 postgraduate entrance examination will be held from December 25 to 26, 2021, with a total of 4.57 million applicants.

Candidates can check the results through the research and recruitment website and the query methods announced by each admissions unit.

  According to local regulations, candidates who have doubts about their test scores can apply for a score review.

  For example, the Shanghai Institute of Educational Examination has notified that the application for the review of the preliminary examination results of the national unified examination subjects will be carried out from 9:00 on February 22 to 16:00 on February 23.

Candidates can log in to the "Results Inquiry" column of the "Shanghai Recruitment Hotline" website of the Shanghai Education Examination Institute to apply online.

  The Guangdong Educational Examinations Institute said that if candidates have any objection to the results, they can apply to the admissions unit for review within the specified time.

The scope of review is limited to whether there are any omissions in the answers, accumulated grades or registration errors, and does not involve the issue of leniency or strictness of the grading standards.

Data map: Postgraduate students review in the cafeteria.

Photo by Yang Bo

The re-examination work will be completed by the end of April 

  According to the "2022 National Postgraduate Admissions Management Regulations" issued by the Ministry of Education, the time, place, content, method, results use method, organization management, etc. of the re-examination shall be independently determined by the admissions unit in accordance with the relevant regulations of the Ministry of Education.

The methods and procedures for the re-examination shall be announced by the admissions unit.

  In principle, the admissions unit should strengthen the management of the re-examination process by ordering multiple sets of test questions, arranging for candidates to randomly select test questions, etc.

All re-examination work should generally be completed before the end of April of the year of admission.

  Among them, candidates whose grades in public subjects in the preliminary examination are slightly lower than the basic requirements of the national preliminary examination results, but who have excellent grades in professional subjects or have outstanding performance in scientific research and innovation, may be allowed to participate in the first-choice professional re-examination of their first-choice applicants (referred to as the first-choice professional re-examination). re-examination).

  The re-examination should take the form of a difference. The admissions unit independently determines the difference ratio of the re-examination and announces it in advance. The difference ratio is generally not less than 120%.

Data map: Postgraduate students review in the cafeteria.

Photo by Yang Bo

The number of postgraduates is increasing year by year 

  In recent years, the number of applicants for postgraduate entrance examination has increased year by year, and the "postgraduate entrance examination fever" has continued to heat up.

In 2022, there will be 4.57 million postgraduate applicants nationwide, an increase of 800,000 or 21% over 2021.

  According to the "2021 China Undergraduate Employment Report" released by the Mycos Research Institute, the proportion of undergraduate graduates studying in China has increased from 13.4% in 2016 to 16.4% in 2020, an increase of 3 percentage points.

  Bian Yuxuan, deputy dean of the School of Geographical Sciences of Hebei Normal University, recently told the media that he has taught career planning courses for 10 years, "About five years ago, about 50% of the class expressed their desire to take the postgraduate entrance examination. Now, the willingness to take the postgraduate entrance examination is in The proportion of freshmen is as high as 80%. Even in the fourth year, more than 70% of students are preparing for the exam.”

  "With the popularization of higher education in our country, more and more undergraduate colleges and universities have developed into higher education-oriented, and their undergraduate teaching is more inclined to general education, and a larger proportion of graduates will choose to continue their studies." Xinwendao Wan Lei, Dean of the Institute of Teaching and Research, previously analyzed.

  According to the "2022 National Postgraduate Admissions Survey Report" released by China Education Online, nearly 60% of postgraduate candidates want to enhance their employment competitiveness and choose to take the postgraduate entrance examination, and nearly 50% of the candidates are to improve their knowledge structure and strengthen cultural literacy.

The proportion of candidates who are nostalgic for campus life and who want to further their academic studies is over 30%.