After the end of the college entrance examination in 2022, the enrollment policy of military academies, which has attracted much attention from parents, has become a hot topic.

Criminals take advantage of the eagerness of candidates and parents to commit fraud under various pretexts.

Candidates and parents are advised to identify scams and do not believe in so-called shortcuts.

  Every year, during the high-level admissions period, some people conduct admissions fraud under the banner of military school admissions.

There are generally three types of scams:

  One is to say that he has a relationship and can help candidates with insufficient scores to enter the military academy.

  The second is to brag that he can guarantee that the candidates who go online will not be withdrawn to be admitted.

  The third is to claim that they have internal enrollment indicators or unplanned enrollment indicators, so that candidates who are not online can be admitted outside the plan.

  In fact, military school admissions strictly implement the Ministry of Education's "sunshine admissions" policy and accept social supervision. There are no unplanned and internal quotas.

Candidates and parents must not trust anyone who promises to guarantee admission, to prevent property losses, and more importantly, to avoid affecting candidates' registration.

"Internal Indicators" Deception

  Under the guise of "expansion of military academies", "internal enrollment indicators" and "unplanned enrollment indicators", criminals claim that they can "run" unqualified candidates into the ranks of military academies.

  In fact, there are strict procedures and conditions for admission as military cadets. Not only are they included in the unified admissions of ordinary colleges and universities across the country, but also political assessments, interviews and physical examinations organized by the military

have never been so-called "internal admissions indicators."

"Training funds" fraud

  The ultimate goal of criminals' deception is to defraud candidates and parents of money.

They often ask for high enrollment and training fees in various names such as "registration fee", "intermediary fee", "sponsorship fee", "tuition and miscellaneous fees".

  In fact,

military academies do not charge any fees for

candidates. After the candidates are admitted to the military academies, a monthly allowance is also issued.

"Specialized recruitment" fraud

  Some criminals claim that they recruit students with specialties in sports, martial arts, literature and art for military academies.

  In fact, since 2015, military academies have canceled the bonus points programs for students with specialties such as sports and arts. In 2018, they will no longer recruit art-oriented military officers and cadets from ordinary high school graduates.

There is no so-called "specialty enrollment" at all.

"Recruitment agency" cheats

  In order to deceive the trust of candidates and parents, criminals usually make some bluffing signboards, such as: "The Office of Recruitment of the Ministry of National Defense" and "The Office of Recruitment of National Defense Students of the Chinese People's Liberation Army".

  In fact, the admissions office of colleges and universities in each province (autonomous region, municipality directly under the Central Government) is responsible for the admissions file. Political assessment, interviews and physical examinations are organized by the military regions (garrison areas and garrison areas) of each province, and the admission is based on merit; It is even more nonsense that the "Conscription Office of the Ministry of National Defense" recruits national defense students.

  In the process of defrauding, criminals take advantage of the luck of parents of candidates with low scores and high records and their reluctance to report because of their face after being deceived. Acquaintances are used as guarantees, false promises are used as bait, and the lie that "payment can achieve low scores and high records" to achieve the purpose of fraud.

"Strong Relationship" Fraud

  Some lawbreakers claim to be familiar with military leaders, cadres, and staff of military agencies, and even directly pretend to be military leaders and recruiters to show their so-called "excellent relationships."

  In fact, the admissions of military colleges and universities are all jointly admitted online by the college admissions offices and colleges of each province (autonomous region, municipality directly under the Central Government), and military personnel are not directly involved.

The so-called saying that you can go to a military academy if you have a "strong relationship" is not credible at all.

"Recruitment places" scam

  Military recruitment is divided into "two stages". The upper stage: Political assessment, interviews and physical examinations are organized by the provincial military region (garrison area and garrison area), which are collectively referred to as military inspection; , municipalities directly under the Central Government) the recruitment office submits files, and military colleges and universities conduct online admissions.

  It can be seen that it is impossible for military units to set up any recruiting places outside the military.

Those institutions that hang the signboard of the "Military Admissions Office" in society are undoubtedly deceitful.

In addition,

it is impossible for military recruiters to meet candidates and their parents individually.

"troop files" scam

  During the deception, criminals often produce fake official documents such as "documents of senior military organs", "approval letter for special recruitment", "admission letter" and "admission memorandum".

  In fact, the admission notices for military academies are uniformly printed by the admissions colleges and mailed to the candidates through the post office after admission. The "official documents" directly presented by the swindlers are obviously forged.

"Training base" scam

  In some cases that have been investigated and dealt with, the criminals even deliberately "organized" candidates into college training classes, private schools, and technical schools, claiming to be "military training bases", promising to be assigned to work in the army after graduation, handling officers or police officers formalities.

  At present, there are 27 PLA and Armed Police academies nationwide that enroll ordinary high school graduates. Except for these colleges, the rest of the colleges do not enroll high school graduates.

After the admissions of military academies are over,

even if some colleges and universities are not fully recruited, there is no such thing as "re-enrollment".

If the admissions work has ended, there are still people who organize the admissions of military academies, which must be fraudulent.