The strategies used with higher correlation with English scores are Questions 11, 16, 12, 14, 18, 17, 8 (in a descending order with Pearson correlation coefficients more than 0.4). Five of them (11, 12, 14, 16, 17) belong to evaluation strategies, which demonstrates the special importance of evaluation in language learning. For instance, through evaluating one's own learning strategies and English levels, the students can make a good sense of their learning deficiencies and their current states of learning. Go a step further; they can explore the specific strategies properly for them. In such a circumstance, it can be seen that evaluation is worthy to be noticed. Q17 implies that the frequent change of one's learning plan in accordance with one's own style is also important. Namely, the students are required to restructure their learning plans more often. According to the progress they have made, they can choose the best and the most efficient learning plan. Q8 indicates that listening to others when they speak English is also a good way to improve the learning efficiency. By means of listening to others, the students can find both advantages and disadvantages of others. For the strong points, they can learn from and imitate others. For the weak points, they can make a comparison with others, and then they will find their own shortcomings in learning. It can be concluded from Q18 that whether the students can distinguish what they have understood or not also plays a role in their use of English. Therefore, when using the language, the students should pay more attention to those they have not understood.