Prepare for the college entrance examination to shake off the psychological burden
The son of a good friend, Chao Chao, is a graduate of a provincial key high school. His grades are among the top 5 in the tenth grade.
However, I took the college entrance examination last year and only reached the admission score line of the second-class universities.
“At that time, every time I got a test paper, I thought it was very good. I was thinking of going to Tsinghua University, a prestigious university of Peking University.
After reading the Chinese test paper, the general test questions were well done, but when I was writing, I couldn’t think of it, which delayed my time, and finally I handed it in hastily.
“Chaochao said with a smile,” The expectations are too high, the more you want to do well, the harder it will be.
“The college entrance examination is a major psychological stress event for candidates.
The phenomenon that occurred during the ultra-super college entrance examination is not serious.
During the annual college entrance examination, some candidates entered the examination room like Tengyun driving through the fog, some always wanted to go to the toilet, some had stomach pain or indigestion, some saw the brain blank after the test paper, and some had headaches, dizziness or even dizzinessHowever, some numbness, trembling, and other physical discomforts occurred, and some candidates were sent to the hospital for emergency seizures or emergencies.
Most of these phenomena occur due to the psychological burden of candidates.
According to research reports by relevant scholars, more than 90% of college entrance examination students have mental health problems.
The main factors that cause these problems are: candidates are under too much pressure, they are overburdened with mental stress, their expectations are too high, they lack self-confidence, and their parenting styles are not appropriate.
Therefore, in addition to preparing for the college entrance examination for fresh graduates, in addition to preparing for each subject, they must also prepare psychologically for the exam.
First, eliminate the psychological burden caused by psychological pressure from various aspects, and easily face the college entrance examination.
According to the relevant investigation report, 96.
5% of candidates are under psychological stress, of which 29 are stressors with more than three.
5%, the heavier; 5 or more kinds of stress accounted for 5.
0% are severe cases.
These pressures come from those who believe that the basics are not solid.
9%; 32 were unstable.
3%; I feel that there is a lot of learning content and 41 is tight.
Most of the pressure from the family and the society is that they are afraid of failing to take the exam.
8%; 23 are afraid of sorry parents and teachers.
2%; 13 are afraid of being looked down upon.
29 from self-worries about poor performance on the spot.
These psychological stresses can easily cause anxiety, tension, fear, depression, negative, self-blame and other bad emotions. Serious and persistent concerns can damage the cognitive function of individuals, including memory, thinking, attention, damage to working memory systems, and coping strategiesAnd the normal response ability is affected.
Therefore, the key to preparing for the college entrance examination is that candidates should learn to decompress themselves.
At the same time, families and the society should create good and easy entrance exams for candidates in order to reduce external pressure on candidates.
Second, to set goals for the college entrance examination to avoid high expectations.
The survey shows that due to the fierce competition in the college entrance examination and the grim employment prospects, candidates’ expectations for the college entrance examination are “inverted pyramids.”
5% of candidates expect to be admitted to top brands, key universities and “hot” majors.
The expected value is reached, the lower the probability of realization.
In particular, candidates whose parents have high expectations have a heavier psychological burden. When encountering difficulties in preparing for the exam, they are prone to frustration and worry.
Therefore, candidates and parents are advised not to determine the goals of the college entrance examination in advance, unless it is determined, it should also be realistic.
Third, cancel the negative emotion of abandoning self-violence and believe that “I can do it.”According to the survey analysis, 60% of the candidates are not confident in the knowledge level, and nearly 30% of them are worried that they will not play properly during the college entrance examination.
Candidates with poor or inferior psychological status accounted for more than 43%, and better or better only 19%.
This shows that candidates are generally not confident enough.
There is a close causal relationship between self-confidence and emotional state.
Therefore, candidates should fully understand their potential strength, strengthen their self-confidence, completely get rid of the word “fear”, and prepare for the college entrance examination in a down-to-earth manner.
Fourth, parents must thoroughly correct improper parenting.
The survey found that a considerable number of parents raised improper parenting styles. Parents’ harshness on their children, excessive conversion, or indulgence and indulgence caused psychological care among the candidates.
5%; used to scolding, reprimanding, punishing or derogating, and ridicule accounted for 10 of the candidates.
This is because the psychological problems of this part of the candidates are relatively many and serious.
The college entrance examination students are in the psychological “weaning period” with complications of reversal and dependence.
Improper parenting attitudes and methods of parents can easily lead to psychological problems such as coercion, worry, sensitive interpersonal relationships, depression, hostility, and paranoia.
Therefore, parents and all parents of candidates should deal with their children’s understanding, encouragement, support and tolerance, and must try their best to protect candidates from any psychological interference and adverse factors.
Fifth, schools should attach importance to and strengthen the psychological quality education of candidates, and provide psychological education courses according to local conditions.
For some candidates with psychological baggage fractures, psychological counseling and psychological counseling should be targeted.