A student of gymnasium number 2 told why it is easier to pass exams on tickets
A graduate of the Yuzhno-Sakhalin gymnasium No. 2 scored 97 points on the Unified State Examination in Chinese. Daria Kolosova studied at a specialized school for several years and studied with Moscow tutors at night, but she still believes that luck helped her to get a high mark. In an interview, the future applicant revealed the secret of her success and told why it is easier to pass the exam with tickets.
As the press service of the regional ministry of education told KP-Sakhalin news agency, this year two graduates have successfully passed the Unified State Exam in Chinese – Aleksey Derevyanchenko from school number 22 and Daria Kolosova. However, the girl became a “threefold” excellent student, having received 83 points in English, 92 in Russian and 97 in Chinese.
- We were perfectly prepared for Russian and English by the teachers of our gymnasium – Sotnikova Victoria Evgenievna and Popova Olga Petrovna. Thanks to their knowledge and hard work, I was able to get such results. I am very grateful to them for that. I started learning Chinese in 2018 at the LingvoChi Chinese language school. And I was preparing for the Unified State Exam in the subject with Moscow tutors, – said Daria Kolosova.
The alumnus developed an interest in the Chinese language at an early age. He attracted by “complexity and dissimilarity” to others. True love was instilled by the teachers of the profile school Alexey Nam and Vitaly Khvan. According to the mother of the excellent pupil Nadezhda Ivanovna, they learned about the existence of such a school in the city by chance. In 2018, the daughter successfully passed the interview.
- Dasha has been an independent child since childhood, she was very responsible in her homework and preparing for lessons. I was doing well in school and was excellent. Since she was determined to take the Unified State Exam in Chinese, we decided to study with Moscow teachers. Due to the time difference, classes were held from midnight to three in the morning several times a week, – shared Daria’s mother.
The graduate herself admitted that the USE tasks were difficult. But teachers and close people from day to day instilled in her confidence that she would be able to successfully pass the exam.
- I somewhere heard the phrase: “Lucky prepared.” I think I’m lucky! All the tasks were quite difficult, I had to think about the answers during the entire allotted time. The Unified State Exam is much more difficult than passing exams on tickets, because in the latter case there is an opportunity to imagine what awaits you. When passing the exam, luck matters, – said Daria.
The young Sakhalin woman plans to connect her life with the study of foreign languages. The girl hopes that her knowledge will benefit society.
- I would like to advise students to prepare diligently, strive for good results. I wish you all strength and patience! – Daria turned to the schoolchildren.
Earlier IA “KP-Sakhalin” reported that this year three graduates wrote the USE for 100 points . They distinguished themselves by their knowledge of the Russian language and chemistry. Positive dynamics is also observed among those who chose history. The minimum threshold was not crossed by 12% .
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