Tips for College English Test (CET)

It seems to be a bit of an afterthought to send out after finishing the sixth level. But it can’t be blamed on me, after all, I concluded it after I took the exam during the exam, so I quickly sent it out before I forgot. 😘

Write a little bit here first, and summarize with time as the main line.** high quality ** Answer all the exam questions.


There is no skill in composition, it all depends on the accumulation of vocabulary and common sentence patterns, sort out the outline in Chinese (using the mother tongue will make people focus on the logical level instead of word making and sentence making), and start writing with two strokes on the draft paper up.

At my speed, I scratched the first two paragraphs on the test book, then copied them on the answer sheet and then wrote the complete text, which just happened to be finished within the specified time. Writing two drafts first is also to adapt to the use of words and word order when switching from the mother tongue to English, because in the actual test, the beginning and the first paragraph are generally written and read again before thinking of better syntax. No matter how much, no one will watch it anyway -_-#


Listening comprehension is the most skill-testing part of the whole test paper. When Rabbit took the CET-4 test, it was before the reform of the test. There was no lecture part. With the speaking speed and difficulty of the CET-4 test, the general will be able to fully understand it. If the level is enough, of course you don’t need to rely on skills! I also added a lecture recording when I took the sixth grade test. I really can’t understand that kind of lecture at all, and it is difficult to remember the initials of personal names. When I started to listen to the article, I felt a sense of despair. Well, I began to think about black technology while listening to the questions.

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First of all, it is definitely one of the most stupid behaviors to listen to and memorize with your brain! Whose brain can bear the three-pronged use of listening to English, translation/comprehension, and memory? I didn’t have time to read the questions at first, so I wanted to record all the information of the article, and then screened it when listening to the questions, and then found that if there is no set of mnemonics to make people write down the content of the previous sentence within a sentence, what? I can’t remember anything. GG 습니다

Later, I felt that I could learn from the practice of reading, first look at the stem of the question, and I can roughly guess the way to ask the question._ Guess the question _ To listen to listening, you can filter a lot of junk information. Note, similar to this but_ Essentially different _ A method that should never be used!** Don't listen to the options after you are familiar with them! ** Because you can’t guarantee to hear clearly whether the speaker’s point of view agrees or disagrees, and the debate with multiple characters will be completely GG because in the end it is likely to ignore whether the subject of the statement and the subject of the question are the same.

This is even more so for the lectures. In fact, the lectures for Level 4 and 6 are not serious lectures like TOEFL at all. The biggest pitfall of this kind of article is that there may be multiple people’s opinions in the article, and you don’t necessarily ask who you ask when asking questions. In fact, the solution is also simple. Write down all the statements about the topic in the order they appear in the text, write down the first letter of the person’s name when you encounter it, and draw an arrow if you are interested, and remember whether it is a vanguard or an afterthought.


To be continued, ha ha ha ha 😄