BAC 2022. Nearly 120,000 high school graduates are taking the mandatory profile exam
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Education, in the baccalaureate examination 2022, June-July session, more than 126,000 high school graduates were registered: 111,329 of the current promotion and 15,125 of the previous series. It is the smallest number in Romania’s history after December.
“The written exams start from the June-July 2022 session on Monday, June 20, with the Romanian language and literature exam. The mother tongue and literature will be held on Thursday, June 23. The first results will be presented on June 27 (until 12:00) and the final results will be presented on July 1 (July) “.as shown in the ministry’s statement.
In order to be declared promoted, a high school graduate must cumulatively meet the following requirements: Take all written tests, for which he must have at least a grade of 5, and a GPA of 6, in the written tests.
The baccalaureate exam is the way to assess the competencies and the level of general culture and specialization reached by high school graduates. Students who have passed secondary education, regardless of the form of education, have the right to receive the baccalaureate.
Baccalaureate 2022. Grammar in the exam room in the history test
Candidates are prohibited from bringing rucksacks, backpacks, briefcases, wallets, etc. into the baccalaureate examinations, as candidates are required to leave items in the personal storage room set up by the baccalaureate committee for this purpose. Candidates who refuse to store the above items in the room established by the Baccalaureate Committee for this purpose will not be accepted into the examination.
Also, according to Ministerial Order 5151/2021, students are prohibited from entering textbooks, books, dictionaries, collections, forms, memos, notes, notes, summaries, drafts, papers of other candidates, etc., which can be used to solve topics. Likewise, the use of mobile phones, headphones and any electronic means of computing or communication that may allow Internet/social networking is prohibited.
Students are not allowed to communicate with each other or with the outside world, to copy and transfer materials that allow copying or exchange of papers, drafts, notes or other materials that can be used to solve the topics.
Those who break the rules are excluded from the test, regardless of whether prohibited substances/objects were used or not, regardless of whether they were introduced by them, other candidates, teachers on board or other persons and whether they They received or were transferred prohibited items. Violation of the rules will be considered an attempt to fraud, the relevant candidates can no longer participate in the following examinations and it is announced “remove from test”, without the possibility of recognizing, in the following sessions, the marks of the tests passed before cancellation, including the assessment of language and digital skills. These candidates no longer have the right to participate in the next two rounds of the baccalaureate examination.
How to correct an error in the history test during the baccalaureate exam
Candidates wishing to correct the error cut each line in the wrong section with a horizontal line. If some candidates, for various reasons, want to copy their papers, without exceeding the specified time, they receive other standard papers. This is recorded by the assistants in the record of delivery of written works. The papers used initially are immediately canceled by the assistants, by mentioning them “canceled”It is signed by the assistants and kept with the conditions set for written works according to the methodology set by the Ministry of Education.
After completing their work, students, at the direction of the assistants, number the sheets only in Arabic numerals, at the bottom of the page, in the right corner, indicating the current page and the total number of pages. At the end of the time allowed to solve the topics, candidates hand over the works at the stage they are in, and they are prohibited from exceeding the allotted time.
Three candidates remain in the hall until the presentation of the last paper. If the candidate refuses to submit a written paper, this is recorded in a report signed by the assistants and entails exclusion of the candidate from the examination.
Back 2022. What are the topics of history
Written exam materials are developed by the National Center for Measurement and Examinations and are determined taking into account the following criteria:
a) be compatible with school and baccalaureate programmes, accredited and published by MECTS;
b) be designed so that its processing takes advantage of the candidates’ ability to analyze, synthesise, generalize and abstract on the part of the candidates;
c) ensuring a balanced understanding of the material studied, for a degree of complexity corresponding to the content of the baccalaureate programmes, in order to be processed on time, to demand proof of competencies stipulated in these programmes;
d) Allow them to be processed within the time given to the candidates to solve the written exams: 3 hours.
Objective models for the baccalaureate 2022 It can be accessed on the ministry’s website, iecte.edu.ro.
Program for conducting the written test in the Romanian language and literaturevalid for the 2022 National Baccalaureate exam, available here.
Other information about PAC 2022 It can be consulted here.
Baccalaureate 2022. HOW TO APPLY TO HISTORY
On June 27, when the first results are shown, the appeal is also filed. Those who are dissatisfied can request a business correction and file an appeal between 12:00 and 18:00.
It will be resolved between June 28-30, 2022.
According to the order issued by the Ministry of Education, after the business evaluation ends, the grades awarded after the re-evaluation are compared with the initial grades. If a difference of more than one point is observed, a new evaluation panel is appointed, and the score provided by this second panel will also be the final score.
Candidates who file an appeal must complete and sign a standard statement stating that they have certified that the grade awarded as a result of the settlement of the appeal may change the original grade by increasing or decreasing, as applicable.
When will the results of the baccalaureate 2022 be displayed?
The first results for the baccalaureate 2022 will be shown on June 27 (until 12:00). Students will discover final grades – after resumption – on July 1
Baccalaureate results are sent anonymously, using individual codes that replace the names and surnames of the candidates that were distributed to the candidates, based on their signature of receipt, on their first test.
How to Calculate Average in BAC 2022
For each candidate who has obtained a mark of at least 5 (five) in all written examinations, the general baccalaureate average is calculated as the arithmetic mean, to two decimal places, without rounding, of the marks obtained in those examinations.
For those who score an overall average of 5.99, the overall average is rounded up to 6.00.
What is next for those who pass the exam?
Candidates who pass the 2022 baccalaureate exam may continue their studies in higher education, in the country or abroad, in accordance with the general and special conditions established for this purpose. After passing the baccalaureate exam, graduates receive a baccalaureate diploma. Graduates who have passed all high school degrees with an overall GPA of at least 9.50, and in the baccalaureate examination with a GPA of 10, receive a Diploma of Merit.
The following for those who do not pass the baccalaureate
Students who have not passed the baccalaureate exam can enroll in the following courses. In the absence of promotion, the results of continuous assessments, respectively, the results of written tests that have been promoted with a score of at least 5, may be recognized in the following sessions. ori. Thus, the baccalaureate 2022 also has an autumn session, organized for students who have not passed the examination of the first cycle, but also for those who have passed the aptitude exams.
Baccalaureate exams calendar 2022 June – July
- May 23-27 2022 – Registration of candidates for the first exam session
- May 27, 2022 – Completion of 12th / 13th grade courses
- 6-8 June 2022 – Assessment of Oral Communication Skills in Romanian – Test A
- 8-9 June 2022 – Assessment of Oral Language Skills in the Mother tongue – Test B
- 9-10 June 2022 – Digital Proficiency Assessment – Test D
- June 13-15 2022 – Assessment of Language Skills in an International Language – Test C.
- 20 June 2022 – Romanian Language and Literature – Exam EA) – Written Exam
- June 21, 2022 – Compulsory Profile Exam – Ec Exam) – Written Exam
- June 22, 2022 – Proof of choice of profile and specialty – Ed Test) – Written test
- June 23, 2022 – Mother Language and Literature – IBT Test) – Written Test
- 27 June 2022 – Presentation of results in written examinations (until 12:00) and submission of appeal between 12:00 and 18:00
- 28-30 June 2022 – Appeal resolved
- July 1, 2022 – Presentation of the final results
Autumn baccalaureate calendar, August – September 2022 cycle
- July 18-25, 2022 – Registration of candidates for the second exam session, including candidates who have passed the competency exams
- August 16, 2022 – Romanian Language and Literature – Exam EA) – Written Exam
- August 17 2022 – Compulsory Profile Exam – Ec Exam) – Written Exam
- August 18, 2022 – Evidence for Selection of Profile and Specialization – Ed Exam) – Written Exam
- August 19, 2022 – Mother Language and Literature – IP Test) – Written Test
- August 22-23 2022 – Oral Communication Skills Assessment in Romanian – Test A
- August 24, 2022 Assessment of language skills in mother tongue oral communication – Test B
- August 25 2022 – Digital Skills Assessment – Test D
- August 26 and 29, 2022 – Assessment of language skills in an internationally spoken language – Test C
- August 31, 2022 – Presentation of results in written examinations (until 12:00) and submission of appeals (12:00 – 18:00)
- 1 – 2 September 2022 – Appeals resolved
- September 3, 2022 – Presentation of the final results
In the 2021 baccalaureate exam, the pass rate was 69.8%.
The number of registered candidates was 133,664, 114,136 from the 2021 promotion. There were 126,699 candidates, 110,358 from the 2021 promotion.
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