The college entrance examination experience of these technology tycoons tells you: college entrance examination is not a single wooden bridge

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for many people, college entrance examination is the most unforgettable memory in their life. Most people only experience the college entrance examination once in their lives. When they think back to the fierce competition of “thousands of troops have crossed the single wooden bridge”, they think it’s enough to experience it once. But there are also many people who have gone through two or even three college entrance examinations, among which Alibaba founder and chairman of the board of directors Ma Yun is one.

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Ma Yun, 18, took the college entrance examination for the first time in 1982, but only scored 1 in mathematics. Until the third college entrance examination, he was still 5 points away from the undergraduate line. However, he is very lucky that the English major of Hangzhou Normal University has been upgraded to undergraduate major, and Ma Yun has also changed from a junior college student to an undergraduate because his English is very good. He also worked very hard. In order to practice his English, he worked as a volunteer guide for foreign tourists to Hangzhou for nine consecutive years. After graduating from University, Ma Yun was refused to apply for KFC’s job, and he was refused to apply for Harvard University 10 times in a row. But in 1999, he founded Alibaba. The company is now worth nearly $310 billion and employs nearly 50000 people. Ding Lei is similar to Ma Yun in

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, but his performance is better than that of Ma Yun. When he was enrolled in Fenghua middle school in Zhejiang Province, he ranked only four or fifty in the class. Although he has been making progress, the highest ranking is only about a dozen. This is an institution of higher learning with a large number of electronic books. High school students said of Ding Lei: “he is just a model of the tenth place phenomenon.” Compared to Ma Yun and Ding Lei, the way of college entrance examination such as Ma Huateng, Robin Li and Lei Jun is relatively easy.

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Ma Huateng is the kind of “other people’s children”, with good results and special obedience since childhood. After contacting computers, he gave up his dream of becoming an astronomer and took the computer major of Shenzhen University. In college, he was always in the top five in his major. He learned to program in the “dumbest” way – by copying code to cultivate feelings. Now Tencent has QQ and wechat social software, and it is also the world’s largest game company.

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, when Robin Li was a child, was most fascinated by opera, because he envied the people around him who became the elder sister of college students, so he decided to become a college student. In the end, he entered Peking University with the result of the top student in the college entrance examination of Yangquan City, Shanxi Province. His college life was quite relaxed, too. “In the North Lake, I’ll turn around, listen to a lecture, read some books, take part in all kinds of hobbies, occasionally listen to your favorite computer courses, and have some time to fall in love,” Robin Li described his university life in a speech at University of Science and Technology of China.

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Lei Jun is a typical good student, ranking the top in all subjects. Entering high school is still a good student. In the college entrance examination of 1987, Lei Jun successfully entered the computer major of Wuhan University. Lei Jun said that he was particularly afraid of being backward. He was afraid that if he was backward, he would not be able to catch up with him. So he has been recognized as a learning and working maniac since he was a student.

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, Liu qiangdong, who had donated 300 million yuan to Renmin University of China, was very poor when he was a child, but he was very smart and good at learning. He loved reading China Youth Daily since childhood and called himself “a new youth with firm political aspirations”. Because of this, Liu qiangdong was the first in the college entrance examination in 1992. He gave up Tsinghua University and chose the Department of Sociology of the people’s Congress. After graduating from University, Liu qiangdong did not go into politics, but founded Jingdong, and then married Zhang Zetian, the “goddess of the whole nation”.

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are different from the Internet tycoons in China. The tycoons of foreign technology companies often choose to drop out of university or do what they want to do before they go to university. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg all share a common identity – college dropout. Bill Gates, born in 1955, is the founder of Microsoft. When he was a sophomore at Harvard University, Bill Gates chose to drop out because of his fascination with computer programs. But Gates doesn’t think that “dropping out” made him successful. He insists that he dropped out of college and was lucky to make a success in the software industry, but getting a degree is a more reliable way to succeed.

are jobs who was born in 1955. After a semester at Reed College, jobs dropped out of school because of his hobbies. He has always believed that “dropping out of school is the best decision he has made in his life”. But after leaving school, jobs took part in an art course. When he designed the first computer Macintosh, he put all the font designs he had learned into the Mac, which was the first computer that used beautiful printing fonts.

Zuckerberg, after receiving an email from Harvard University, whispered: “OK, I’m accepted. All the way calm, not excited to shout or jump. He founded Facebook in his college dorm and turned it from a Harvard student community tool to a popular social network around the world. As Facebook continues to expand, Zuckerberg simply moved out of Harvard’s dorm to choose to drop out of school and concentrate on running Facebook. In his 2017 Harvard commencement speech, Zuckerberg was very happy to receive his degree certificate 12 years late. Google Department has always been dominated by talents, whether it’s founder Larry Page, Sergey Brin, or founder of alphago, who beat kojie 3-0, demis hassabis.

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Larry Page’s parents are computer professors of Michigan State University, which made him fascinated by computer technology since childhood. Page successively entered Michigan State University and Stanford University to study, and obtained a doctor’s degree in computational mechanics. Sergey Brin, who completed his major in mathematics at the University of Maryland, went to Stanford University and was even exempted from the master’s degree and studied for a doctor’s degree.

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