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How can you increase your chances of admission?

Although the chances of students for admission to universities increases every year, still left many of those who remain „outside the gates.“ And the reasons? The ones we are asked directly to several candidates, who got into a similar situation last year. Their statements you may find useful advice.

  • ** Helen N., Faculty of Social Sciences, Program in Media and Communication Studies, majoring in Journalism **

„The main problem for me was scoring responses. I did not know is that when I have more options and place the three correct answers will give only two, it will automatically come to a full two points – that is neither one nor the half. The introduction of surveillance, no one told me and never thought to ask, so I risked more than I knew, that really decides the slightest mistake. I would definitely recommend crisscross answers "Sportka style“ and issues, where one is quite sure, my advice is contrary to carefully mull the last minute – not art test cast the first twenty minutes. The next day I did the other entrance exams and then I knew the score. After the written test, I was the ninth and were much lighter, so you can see that it was for me a crucial finding enough … Each would also be at the entrance to the Journalism advised to look very carefully to the Czech language, since more than 50 percent of the questions were quite tricky just czech. Otherwise, in my opinion, not to specifically prepare for these exams, even if perhaps in different languages ​​can get a decent lead.

** ** What we suggest: before you test carefully listen to the instructions that relate to it. Although you may feel some trivial and obvious, in the end may prove crucial. IF you feel that everything has been said or that you may have missed or misunderstood something, do not be afraid to ask. Shyness or fear that you ask for something after all been mentioned, any failure would not hold.

  • ** Lucy M., Faculty of Social Sciences, Sociology Program, Department of Sociology and Social Policy **

"I did a test a little insulted that I'm really not inspected samples of older tests – the last time I did that when I handed application, and it still does not consistently. If you have read it properly, at least I got a better idea of ​​what I expected, and some tests I did. But otherwise I can not say that the test was something insidious.

** ** What advise: before the test see if your chosen school does not publish last year's tests (for example, can be found on the Internet, brochures, etc.). If not, try to validate my knowledge at least those published by other schools, which can be studied in a similar field. Please note that no one is saying that the tests are repeated every year! Certainly it but you will get at least a partial idea of ​​what level of knowledge is required from you.

  • ** Christine G., Faculty of Arts Programme General Theory and History of Arts, Art History **

"I admit that I underestimated the training. I did not have time for a second school, so I'm really only going to try. Next time I'd actually read the recommended literature, as I did before, certainly not a problem – is finally turned out that I failed a fairly tight …

** ** As advised: While some schools can succeed without it, without you have read, what teachers will recommend at the entrance, but during the whole study at universities, the practice is somewhat different. It is understandable that during preparations for the graduation exam ISR man still read books that are generally not inconsistent with the graduation courses, but at least read some of you have had. It also recommended for testing, where you do not read you a list of literature present the committee – in the test, but also oral exams is always a question to the one of the recommended books will …

  • ** Peter P., Faculty of Arts Program of Historical Sciences, Department of Ethnology **

„When I wrote the test in ethnology are still two rounds. The written test has focused on the history, cultural studies, geography, religion and so on. The questions were quite detailed, so who can read something from the recommended literature, then it's worth it. I do not think is that the man had only the knowledge gained in high school. The oral round was marked by the spirit of a little looser, while trying to ask questions, but otherwise the whole thing was conceived as a discussion. Just what the topic will lead practically to determine my answer to the "classic“ question of why I chose this particular field. So who really has an incentive to get to school, it would not be part of this test no problem. I had noticed a couple of points in the test, I could also be adopted.

** Advise ** What: Where an oral entrance exam, you can almost certainly expect a question about your motivation to study in the field. Prepare, therefore, at least in general outline what attracted you to school or make it on their own experience and practice in the area for which you are applying. Spontaneous praise discipline, stuttering, obvious question zaskočenost or even silence definitely not trying to work best. Likewise, but watch out for nabiflovaný speech.




Author: Černá, Lucie

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