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武汉大学研究生英语免修条件

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篇一:武汉大学2015级硕士研究生开学及选课说明

开学通知及选课说明:

1. 2015级新生9月10-11日报到注册,9日开学典礼,15日(第二周周二)正式上课,所缺课时可通过临时加课补上;

2.填写入学登记表(因要存档,请务必用黑色签字表填写)一式两份,应届本科和硕士毕业生上交毕业证和学位证复印件,以上内容请按班级为单位收齐于9月21日之前上交教学办;

3.9月28日之前在导师指导下根据本学科培养方案,确定培养方向,在研究生管理系统中(http://yjs.whu.edu.cn/ssfw/login.jsp)填写个人信息、制定个人培养计划,并请导师审核确认(该计划要严格执行),逾期未完成培养计划制定并通过导师审核者,计划将无法生效,也将无法进行后续选课等工作,由此造成的后果自负;

4.本学期硕士英语只针对全日制学术型研究生开设,专业学位硕士英语安排在下学期开课;硕士生课程一般安排在一年内完成;

5.全日制专业学位(计算机技术及电子与通信工程专业)硕士研究生公共政治课为《中国特色社会主义理论与实践研究》,科学学位(其余各专业)硕士研究生公共政治课为《中国特色社会主义理论与实践研究》、《自然辩证法概论》;

6.因每个专业的培养方案是全校统一的,培养方案中有些课程学院不会开设,请大家根据选课说明及课表选课,所有课表中没有列出课程将不再开设;

7.每个专业已根据最新的培养方案列出不同类别的可选课程,课程名称后括号中内容为课程在该专业中的学分,通开课及学位课可作为选修学分,反之不可;

8.请大家根据自己专业(通知书上所列专业)要求进行选课;

9.一般情况下选课人数少于15人的课程将不开课,学院整理选课人数后会及时通知选修了该课的同学改选其他课程;

10.本科为跨专业考试的科学学位考生在读期间需按要求补修两门就读专业的本科学位课程并取得合格以上成绩,如本科已修过指定课程,请在开学两周内上交本科成绩单到教学办(B409)

硕士英语免修条件及申请办法:

1.近五年内在以英语为母语的国家获得学士学位或硕士学位(须出具教育部留学服务中心的认证书);

2.近五年内以英语为工作语言工作一年以上,且在国外一流学术刊物上以英语公开发表学术论文2篇以上;

3.参加硕士研究生统一入学考试,且英语一成绩达到72分及以上或英语二成绩80分及以上;

4.入学之前三年内通过国家大学英语六级考试成绩达到560分,或全国公共英语等级考试第五级(PETS5)笔试成绩60分,或雅思成绩6.5分,或GRE成绩1300分(新题型300分),或TOFEL成绩90分。

5.通过国家英语专业八级考试,成绩合格。

符合上述条件之一者,由研究生本人提出申请(写明学号、姓名、导师姓名、符合的免修条件),经导师审核签署意见后于9月16日之前将申请及相关证明材料复印件上交学院教学院C413办公室丁老师,过期不候。

通信与信息系统专业

应修满总学分不少于42学分,其中课程学习总学分不少于30学分(含公共必修课8学分,学科通开课不少于6学分,研究方向必修课不少于4学分,其余可为选修学分),实践环节2学分,学位论文10学分。跨专业入学的同学,须补修指定的本科生必修课至少2门,并取得合格以上成绩,不计入总学分。

公共必修课(8学分):硕士英语(2)、中国特色社会主义理论与实践研究(2)、自然辩证法概论(1)、随机过程(3);

学科通开课(不少于6学分):计算机科学研究方法论(2)、现代数字信号处理(3)、现代通信理论(3)(其中计算机科学研究方法论必修,其余根据导师要求及研究方向选修);

研究方向必修课(不少于4学分):专业英语(任课教师杨玉红)

(2)、计算机新技术(2)、图像分析与解译(2)(其中前二门为必选,其余可根据导师要求及专业方向选修);

必修环节:在读期间参加不少于8次的学术活动;

选修课:所有课表中课程都可作为选修课,请根据导师要求及专业方向选修。

实践环节:学院安排有教学实践等实践活动,请大家在每学期末关注教学办发布的选修安排,在第5学期结束前完成并按学校要求填写相关表格。

补修课程:数字信号处理、通信原理,请本科非通信与信息系统专业学生根据导师要求及多媒体工程中心要求选修两门。

模式识别与智能系统专业

应修满总学分不少于42学分,其中课程学习总学分不少于30学分(含公共必修课10学分,学科通开课不少于4学分,研究方向必修课不少于8学分,其余可为选修学分),实践环节2学分,学位论文10学分。跨专业入学的同学,须补修指定的本科生必修课至少2门,并取得合格以上成绩,不计入总学分。

公共必修课(10学分):硕士英语(2)、中国特色社会主义理论与实践研究(2)、自然辩证法概论(1)、矩阵论(2)、随机过程(3);

学科通开课(不少于4学分):计算机科学研究方法论(2),测试技术与信号处理(2)(其中计算机科学研究方法论必修,其余根据导师要求及研究方向选修);

研究方向必修课(不少于8学分):专业英语(任课教师杨玉红)

(2)、计算机新技术(2)、模式识别(2)、现代数字信号处理(2)、图像分析与解译(2)(其中前两门为必选,其余可根据导师要求及专业方向选修);

必修环节:在读期间参加不少于8次的学术活动;

选修课:所有课表中课程都可作为选修课,请根据导师要求及专业方向选修。

实践环节:学院安排有教学实践等实践活动,请大家在每学期末关注教学办发布的选修安排,在第5学期结束前完成并按学校要求填写相关表格。

补修课程:信号与系统、计算方法、遥感原理与方法、摄影测量原理、地理信息系统原理,请本科非模式识别与智能系统专业学生根据导师要求及多媒体工程中心要求选修两门。

计算机科学与技术(计算机系统结构、计算机软件与理论、计算机应用技术、信息安全、安防应急信息技术)专业 应修满总学分不少于42学分,其中课程学习总学分不少于30学分(含公共必修课8学分,学科通开课不少于5学分,研究方向必修课不少于8学分,其余可为选修学分),实践环节2学分,学位论文10学分。跨专业入学的同学,须补修指定的本科生必修课至少2门,并取得合格以上成绩,不计入总学分。

公共必修课(8学分):硕士英语(2)、中国特色社会主义理论与实践研究(2)、自然辩证法概论(1)、数理统计(3);

学科通开课(5学分):计算机科学研究方法论(2),数学模型与优化(3)、计算机科学中的逻辑学(3)、形式语言与自动机(3)(其中计算机科学研究方法论为必修,其余可根据导师要求及研究方向选修);

研究方向必修课(不少于8学分):专业英语(2)、计算机新技术(2)、分布并行计算机技术(2)、信息系统安全(2)、高级操作系统(2)、网络理论与工程(2)、高级计算机系统结构(2)、海量存储技术(2)、高级算法设计与分析(3)、高级数据库技术(2)、自然语言处理技术(2)、密码学应用技术(2)、网络安全监管(2)、数据管理前沿技术(2)、高级计算机图形学(2)(其中专业英语和计算机新技术为必选,其余可根据导师要求及研究方向选修);

必修环节:在读期间参加不少于8次的学术活动;

选修课:所有课表中课程都可作为选修课,请根据导师要求及专业方向选修。

实践环节:学院安排有教学实践等实践活动,请大家在每学期末关注教学办发布的选修安排,在第5学期结束前完成并按学校要求填写相关表格。

补修课程:算法设计与分析、离散数学、数据结构、高级语言程序设计、数据库原理、计算机组成原理、操作系统原理、计算机网络与通信原理、计算机体系结构、密码学、信息安全数学基础、网络安全、信号与系统、计算方法,请本科非计算机专业学生根据导师要求选修两门,选修方法:学院教学办B410查看本科课表并按要求选修,第5学期结束前完成即可。

篇二:2016武大考博外语免试条件

武汉大学2016年博士研究生入学考试

外语综合水平考试免试申请表

篇三:武汉大学2011年硕士研究生英语期末考试试题

English for Graduates (Paper A)

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I. Listening Comprehension (20%)

Directions: In this part, you are going to listen to four passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passages and the questions will be read only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C, and D. Then mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage.

1. A. He read a lot of books on management.

B. He made every step safe enough.

C. He prepared himself well beforehand.

D. He had knowledge for the next phase.

2. A. news reporterB. American dream

C. lucky boyD. poor child

3. A. generals B. committees C. armies D. schools

4. A. reading different books B. attending seminars

C. listening to audiotapesD. learning on one?s own

5. A. face-to-face contact B. eyeball-to-eyeball contact

C. person-to-person contact D. call-to-call contact

Questions 6 to 10 are based on the following passage.

6. A. More and more people take up the habit of smoking.

B. There are more smoking women than smoking men in the USA.

C. It is good news that more people have given up smoking.

D. The U.S. has more smoking people than any other country.

7. A. age, income and education

B. age, sex and income

C. occupation, income and sex

D. occupation, income and education

8. A. City people are less likely to smoke.

B. People in rural areas are more likely to smoke.

C. Men with higher incomes tend to smoke.

D. Well –educated men with high incomes are generally less likely to smoke.

9. A. The situation is quite the same for women as for men.

B. Better-educated women are likely to smoke heavily.

C. There are more women smokers with low incomes.

D. Women with higher incomes and higher education do not tend to smoke.

10. A. The picture about the teenage smokers is similar to that of women smokers.

B. The situation among teenagers is quite the same with men.

C. High school students are more likely to smoke than college students.

D. Farmers? children tend to smoke more.

Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage.

11. A. crying one?s goods in the street B. signs with pictures

C. wall paintings D. wall signs

12. A. signs with pictures B. tools over doors

C. wall paintings D. symbols

13. A. Because they are most recently developed.

B. Because they can be understood by those who can neither read nor write.

C. Because they are cheap and fast.

D. Because they can be heard everywhere in a country.

14.A. Only some large companies can afford radio commercials.

B. Outdoor advertisements make up a small proportion of modern advertising.

C. Ads printed in newspapers are one of the most popular forms of advertising.

D. The ads called car trucks are almost part of our life.

15. A. modern advertisingB. development of advertising

C. origin of advertising D. significance of advertising

Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage.

16. A. An educational institution that is open to anyone who wants to receive higher education.

B. An educational institution that conducts courses by ((来自于:www.hN1C.coM 唯才 教育 网:武汉大学研究生英语免修条件)means of television, radio and correspondence courses.

C. An educational institution that is free of charge to all the students.

D. An educational institution that conducts its courses through open discussions.

17. A. They laughed at it.B. They doubted whether it would work.

C. They supported it. D. They rejected it.

18. A. Because of its serious financial problems.

B. Because of the lack of support from the government and the public.

C. Because of the lack of qualified teachers.

D. Because of the limited number of courses it could conduct.

19. A. Seminars and lectures open to less advanced students are held from time to time.

B. Short-term training courses are organized in different cities across the country.

C. Over a dozen study centers have been set up all over the country.

D. Special revision programs are broadcast on radio and TV.

20. A. The Open University is the best form of higher education.

B. When it was first on the air only a few people thought the Open University would succeed.

C. British people prefer the Open University to other universities.

D. The Open University is very good for those who want to strike a balance between further

education, career and family.

II. Vocabulary (25%)

Directions: There are 25 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the answer sheet with a single line through the center.

21. Cash flows should be managed to ________ the return from cash received and to minimize the cost of finance on conditions for its own uses.

A. choose B. spend C. expand D. optimize

22. Teachers? unions attacked the plans as ________ the skills and work of early year teachers, and creating a two-tier profession.

A. praising B. promoting C. undervaluing D. developing

23. The government could then instruct all banks not to push companies into default and not to dispose of any ________.

A. collateral B. corporationC. debtD. exchange

24. Fourthly, a successful terminal at Stratford would inevitably and inexorably ________ on the Lea Valley regional park and reduce leisure facilities.

A. increase B. encroach C. stepD. ride

25. The evening air had its accustomed November nip, but the groups making their way from Celtic Crescent were ________ to it.

A. ignorant B. imperviousC. resented D. responsive

26. As far as I am concerned, it is the only body that represents the prison officers, who work under great ________.

A. pressB. backfire C. duress D. screen

27. Margate is sure that the scientific and technological ________ that has been developed is real and extremely valuable.

A. synergy B. formation C. energy D. match

28. They suggest therefore that greater emphasis be given to housing ________ in evaluating relative deprivation.

A. termination B. removal C. provision D. tenure

29. Are you sure that my staying here won?t be an/a ________ into your domestic affairs?

A. intention B. trouble C. threatD. intrusion

30. She remained there until last night when an ambulance took her to ________ with a family in nearby Newton.

A. discover B. revitalize C. recuperate D. reformulate

31. Sunlight streamed into the church and through the stained glass windows, and a smell of grass and flowers ________ the air.

A. flowed B. permeated C. penetrated D. indulged

32. Loss of license contact is a real ________ to potential traders in smuggled cigarettes.

A. deterrent B. detailC. detain D. determine

33. As these problems multiply and ________ resources, the range of options available to the organization increasingly narrows.

A. deplete B. decrease C. lessen D. formulate

34. For years, frequent flooding eventually ________ all traces of the community that used to live there.

A. killedB. released C. obliterated D. measured

35. Even the increase proposed will put pressure on Congress to hold down other spending or dip into funds ________ for Social Security.

A. remarked B. earmarked C. rebound D. reduced

36. Members of extreme right wing parties are completely opposed to the ________ of blacks into

white South African society.

A. combination B. formulationC. integration D. segregation

37. Nevertheless, to conceive of parents as utterly static in the child?s psychological life is likely to become the ________ of the picture grossly.

A. distortion B. reflection C. representation D. confusion

38. Clinton also asked Glickman to report back within 30 days with recommendations to help the ________ of debt problems afflicting cattle producers.

A. involvement B. release C. alleviation D. reflection

39. The Piscataway school district in New Jersey had to dismiss one high school business teacher both by the government and local authorities.

A. inflation B. provision C. concentration D. constraints

40. By setting up such a system yourself, you are potentially ________ any security systems your company has in place.

A. providingB. alleviating C. promotingD. circumventing

41. The policy by EU that imposes serious constraints on textile imports from China will definitelythe bilateral trade in other areas.

A. widen B. thwart C. recoverD. complete

42. Friction between the generations is ________ when younger staff grasp the new idea and their creativity is suddenly released.

A. widened B. exacerbatedC. recovered D. competitive

43. Many Americans who are learning Chinese think that the term “Lao Wai” is somehow an insult, and in fact the term “Lao Wai” doesn?t have a negative _______ in Chinese.

A. position B. intention C. extension D. connotation

44. Hey Kissinger was also ________ and frustrated by the Communists during his secret negotiations with them.

A. fooled B. overjoyed C. confronted D. confounded

45. Because of their past crimes, everything they do now will be subject to ________.

A. utilityB. quality C. scrutiny D. honesty

III. Reading Comprehension (20%)

Directions: Read the following passages and choose the best answer to each question.

Passage 1

The heart is made up almost entirely of muscle. It is a large, tough organ, about the size of a clenched fist. It is positioned on the centre line of the body, about halfway down the chest, just beneath the breastbone. It is tilted so that the lower end points toward the left.

The heart is basically a pump, which forces blood through a network of tubes, or blood vessels, throughout the whole body. Each of the billions of living cells that make up the body needs oxygen and food in order to live, and these are supplied by the blood. The circulation of the blood consists of two parts. First the blood is pumped from the heart, around the body, and is returned to the heart. At this stage oxygen has been used up, and waste materials like carbon dioxide (CO2) have entered the bloodstream. But, instead of being pumped back around the body, the blood is

now pumped to the lungs, where oxygen is replaced and CO2, removed. Then the blood is pumped back to the heart and around the body to begin the cycle again.

A heart that works well can operate for sixty to a hundred years or more. The heart is made up of four distinct chambers. The entire four-chamber pump is surrounded by a protective layer called the pericardium, which contains a lubricating liquid. The four chambers of the heart consist of two upper chambers and two lower chambers. The upper chambers are thin walled and they receive blood returning to the heart from the large veins of the body. These chambers are called the left atrium and the right atrium. The lower chambers of the heart are called the left and right ventricles (心室). They are much larger and very much more muscular than the atria. The right ventricle pumps blood to the lungs and the left ventricle pumps blood to the rest of the body. The left and right sides of the heart are divided by a tough wall called the septum. This thick wall separates the blood which is to be pumped to the lungs from the blood which will go to the rest of the body. Blood is kept moving in the proper direction by a series of valves. These are leathery flaps which are forced open by the pressure of blood and then shut to stop it draining back.

It is very important that “fresh” or oxygenated blood is kept separate from “stale” or deoxygenated blood that has already been passed around the body. Blood returning to the heart from the body, laden with CO2, and containing little oxygen, first enters the right atrium(心房), at the top of the heart. The atrium contracts gently, squeezing the blood through a one-way valve into the right ventricle(心室), immediately below. The right ventricle contracts powerfully, pumping the blood along arteries to the lungs, where oxygen is replenished and CO2 is removed. Oxygenated blood returns from the lungs to the left atrium, and is in turn pumped through another valve into the left ventricle. The left ventricle is the most powerful part of the heart?s pump mechanism, and when it contracts, it forces blood all around the body.

To summarize, the blood circulation passes from the heart to lungs, and back to the heart. Then it travels around the body, and back to the heart once more.

Occasionally, a baby is born with a small hole in the septum dividing the right and left sides of the heart, allowing oxygenated and deoxygenated blood to mix. Surgery is needed to correct this “hole in the heart”.

As we age, body organs begin to wear out. Sometimes an organ wears out very rapidly, while the rest of the body is still relatively healthy. When this happens, a replacement, or transplant operation is sometimes possible. Transplants are never easy, as the body usually tends to attack or reject any strange material put into it.

Heart valves sometimes become damaged by valve heart diseases which are unfortunately quite common and before the advent of open heart surgery they were very difficult to treat. Heart valves may even be defective in a newborn baby. This prevents proper blood circulation, and usually can be corrected by replacing the damaged valve with a plastic or metal substitute which will be accepted by the body without causing reaction in the tissue of the heart. The valve replacements are necessary to impose a greater control over blood flow from one chamber to another and from the heart into the arterial system. Early valve replacements are of mechanical variety. One kind of early artificial heart valve is a simple “ball in a cage” or tilting disc device which will open and close as the heart beats so as to allow blood to flow under near normal rheological (流变) conditions.

Sometimes the heart muscle is too badly diseased to pump properly, and in rare cases, a heart transplant may be considered. This involves replacing all or part of the heart with one taken from