Is it OK not to go after the entrance examination? After the entrance examination, if you don't attend the interview and physical examination, you can not go. This will have no effect on the future. But if the interview also passed, has entered the admission stage, do not go is likely to be recorded in the personal integrity file. If you don't want to go, you must carefully fill in the application for abandoning the post and get approval, otherwise it will be difficult to take this kind of examination in the future.
What is an elective student
The selected and transferred students refer to the graduates with bachelor's degree or above who are excellent in both character and learning selected from colleges and universities by the organization departments of provincial and municipal Party committees, and the college student village officials who have more than 2 years of grass-roots work experience selected to work at the grass-roots level, as the reserve candidates of Party and government cadres and the staff of Party and government organs at or above the county level. For many people, public service units such as selective transfer students are still very attractive due to factors such as career stability, insurance and welfare security, and decent work.
What's the consequence of not going to be a transfer candidate
The answer to this question is, of course, you can not go. But we should pay attention to the following two points!
1. If you have passed the written examination, but you are not interested in the position, it is better to give up in advance, because giving up in the process of interview confirmation has no effect on your future civil servant examination. The person with the highest score behind you will fill up one by one through the filling procedure.
2. If the written interview has passed, has entered the admission stage, do not go is likely to be recorded in the personal integrity file, so once candidates get the opportunity to interview but not to participate, must be in the recruitment agencies within the prescribed time in advance.