How is the interview of public security joint examination graded?

The examiners of the joint public security examination generally score according to the “interview evaluation elements” in the “Interview Evaluation Form”, such as comprehensive analysis ability, planning, organization and coordination ability, strain ability, interpersonal communication awareness and skills, verbal expression ability, manners and appearance, and then combine the weight of each evaluation element to give a quantitative score.Generally speaking, examiners score the examinee according to their overall performance.However, some interview score sheets have specific scores for each question, and the examiner will mark each question individually.There are no standard answers, but there are reference points, and all examiners are graded on reference points, not limited to reference points.The final score of the examinee of the same post is based on the understanding of the same group of examiners. There is no situation where the scores differ greatly due to the different understanding of examiners.Generally speaking, the answer of the examinee is difficult to go beyond the scope of reference points, and the current examination situation tends to encourage examinee divergent thinking, diversified thinking answer, at the same time the examiner also values the language expression of the examinee.So to get a high score: first, fluency, accuracy and clarity;Two to clear thinking, coherent;Third, we should examine the topic accurately, tighten the topic, and enrich the content.But many examinees are not up to such degree, easy to make the following mistakes in the examination room: first, frequent small gestures, language expression is not fluent, rigid, rigid transition between levels, such as “I think there are the following reasons or countermeasures”.Second, the questions are not targeted, routine traces serious, even empty content.For example, if the problem involves the government, the reason must be that “supervision is not in place”, and the measure must be to “strengthen supervision”, without realizing the particularity of each problem.Third, the wrong position leads to a lack of comprehensiveness.We should not look at problems from the perspective of the government and the “big ego”, but from the perspective of the individual and the “small ego”, we should look at problems in a single or even extreme way.

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