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An investigation into GPSs’ living and study condition in the preparatory year in Zhejiang University Members: Hou Tianfang 3080200039 Tian Xueqi 3080200053 Lu Manjing 3080200078 Zhang Ruodan 3080200085 Yan Puliu 3080200048 Zhao Yun 3080200058 Xue Xi 3080200024 Qiu Jiayu 3080200089
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A bstract Seventy-eight students of the University of Hong Kong were surveyed about their advice on their pre-year’s life and study. Various aspects were included such as how to plan for the first year, who are the most popular teachers, what places are worth of visiting and what issues should be paid much attention to. Most of the students have done it with careful thinking and this report will be provided to the next batch of Gangpeisheng. 1. Background In recent years, there are an increasing number of mainland students enrolled by the University of Hong Kong. Due to the immense difference in educational method, cultural background and living environment between mainland and Hong Kong, the University of Hong Kong arranges all the mainland students to spend their first year studying in one if the key universities in mainland, so that they can get better prepared for their life in Hong Kong as well as experience life in the mainland university. In this year, students are free to determine their study schedule and lifestyle without much interference from both the University of Hong Kong and the appointed mainland university. Because of the complete license they have, it is critical for them to organize and manage their time
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well. However, many students fail to do so for lack of self-discipline and necessary guidance. Therefore, our report aims to explore more about the study and life of this group of student who spend their preparatory year in Zhejiang University, and offer some guidance for the next batch of students. Mainland students in this preparatory year are called “Gang Pei” students, which will be referred to as “GPS” in the following report. 2. Aims The purpose of the research was first to investigate GPS’s living and study condition in their preparatory year as well as their opinions on their own preparatory year. In order to make the research more meaningful, our final purpose is to give advise to the juniors and let them be more aware of the preparatory-year-life in Zhejiang University. 3. Method a) The sample The sample size was 78. These respondents were all GPS in ZJU. b) Data collection This was carried out through the use of a questionnaire. It comprised
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nine questions divided into two parts, attempting to have a review of GPS’ preparatory year in ZJU, and to collect GPS’ thoughts and ideas that will be shared with the next batch of GPS coming to ZJU in this August. 4. Findings 4.1 Findings regarding academic study a) Thirteen to eighteen is the most suitable amount of units that you should get in one semester.
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