The best schools in Alba Iulia according to the results of the national assessment 2022. In 5 schools, all students took averages over 5

This year there were good results in the national assessment: 84% of the students got averages of more than 5. In Alba Iulia, five schools out of 12 that had students in the test had a pass rate of 100%, that is, all the candidates got an average More than 5.

There were three averages of 10 in the county, one of them in Alba Iulia.

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Results have been published Hide the students’ first and last names. In the first test, the students, on the basis of the signature, received the individual symbols and replaced, in the display lists, the nominal metadata.

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Ranking of educational units in Alba Yulia according to the first results of the National Assessment 2022

Calculations were performed by Alba24, based on data published by the Ministry of Education on the Evaluationare.edu.ro website.

Ranking of schools in Alba Iulia by percentage of average above 5 in the National Assessment 2022 (first results):

School unit / city / enrolled / current / not present / average number and percentage above 5

  • Orthodox Theological Seminary “St. Simeon Stephen” Alba Iulia – 53 – 53 – 0 – 53 Averages over 5 (100%)
  • Regina Maria High School of Art Alba Yulia – 32 – 32 – 0 – 32 Average 5+ (100%)
  • High School “Sfantul Joseph” Theoretical Alba Yulia – 14 – 14 – 0 – 14 Average Over 5 (100%)
  • Roman Catholic Theological Secondary School “Grof Majlath Gusztav Karoly” Alba Iulia – 9 – 9 – 0 – 9 Averages over 5 (100%)
  • “Dorin Pavel” Tech High School Alba Yulia – 6 – 6 – 0 – 6 Averages over 5 (100%)
  • High School with Sports Program Alba Iulia – 82 – 82 – 0 – 81 Average Over 5 (98.78%)
  • Mihai Emensko Gymnasium Alba Yulia – 117 – 117 – 0 – 115 Average Over 5 (98.29%) – 1 with an average of 10
  • Avram Iancu High School Alba Iulia – 90 – 90 – 0 – 85 Average Above 5 (94.4%)
  • Ion Agarpicino Gymnasium Alba Iulia – 73 – 73 – 0 – 67 Average Over 5 (91.78%)
  • Vasily Goldish Gymnasium School Alba Yulia – 86 – 85 – 1 – 78 Average Over 5 (91.76%)
  • Technical College “Alexandru Domșa” Alba Yulia – 19 – 19 – 0 – 17 Average over 5 (89.47%)
  • “Apulum” Technical College Alba Iulia – 22 – 20 – 2 – 16 Average More than 5 (80%)

ALBA 2022 National Assessment Results – 84% of students had averages over 5

According to IȘJ Alba data, among the 2,463 candidates present in both tests, 2,065 candidates had averages greater than or equal to 5 (five), i.e. 84%. Of these, 3 candidates completed the test with an overall average of 10 (ten).

The participation rate was 2463 candidates present (95.87%) out of the total number of students enrolled with 2569 students.

In the Romanian Language and Literature Exam, they had scores greater than or equal to 5 (five) 2196 candidates (89%) out of the total 2470 who took the test, 15 candidates were identified with 10 (ten).

On a math test, in 1930, candidates scored 5 or five (five), and 57 candidates got a score of 10 (ten).

In the Native Language and Literature test, 16 candidates (out of 17 currently) had scores greater than or equal to 5.

By comparison, in the 2021 ALBA National Assessment Exam, there were five averages out of 10. In 2020, there were 22 averages out of 10 (23 after resumption).

In 2021, it was 80% above the average (in 2020 – 79.6%). Also in 2021 there were 13 marks out of 10 in the Romanian language and 32 marks out of 10 in mathematics – an average of 2.056 was recorded; 2061 in Romanian, 2060 in Math.

National Assessment 2022 – How is the average calculated

In the national assessment, the overall average is calculated as the arithmetic mean, in two decimal places, without rounding, of the scores obtained in the tests included in the national assessment.

The overall average is calculated in the national assessment, regardless of whether one or more marks obtained in the national assessment are lower than the fifth grade.

The high school acceptance rate is calculated, regardless of whether the 8th grade overall national assessment average is lower than the 5th grade.

The overall graduation rate for grades five through eight and the admission average are calculated to two decimal places, without rounding.

National Assessment 2022 – Appeals

After the results of the 2022 National Assessment are published, students who are dissatisfied with the scores can file appeals. It should be noted, however, that these notes may be amended, upon appeal, up or down. That is, after correcting the paper, there is a possibility that the score will be higher, but also lower.

The appeal can be submitted on Thursday 23 June between 16.00 and 19.00 and on Friday 24 June between 8.00 and 12.00.

Complaints can be submitted by letter, at the school premises where they took the exam or by electronic means (sent via e-mail / to addresses to be sent to candidates).

See Form-Application-Appeal-EN-2022

Candidates who file/submit appeals must complete, sign and submit/submit a standard statement stating that they have taken note that the grade awarded as a result of the settlement of the appeal may change, as appropriate, the initial score, by increase or decrease. For minor candidates, documents are also signed by their parents/legal representatives, in accordance with the methodology (Order 5149/2021 Organizing the National Evaluation 2022).

Appeals registered between June 24-29 will be resolved. Final results will be announced on Thursday 30 June.

The overall average obtained in the national assessment has a weight of 80% in calculating the 9th grade acceptance rate. Grade 8 graduates will be able to continue their studies in secondary school or vocational education, with places available for all students who have completed secondary school.

How to see the corrected work

The main candidate and the parents/legal representatives of the minor candidate may request the District Committee/Bucharest City Commission to organize the national evaluation of the presentation of their child’s work/works only after the publication of the final results, after the problem-solving stage. pleas.

On presentation of the paper(s), the minor candidate must be accompanied by a parent/legal representative.

A visualization request cannot result in a re-evaluation and/or modification of the grades awarded for the business/business.

Members of the District Commission/Bucharest Municipal Committee for Organizing National Evaluation or members of the National Commission for Organizing National Evaluation may request work/work photography and evaluation slips for verification/re-evaluation of he-she.

National calendar 2022

  • 30 May – 3 June 2022: Registration for the National Assessment
  • June 3, 2022: Completion of eighth grade classes
  • June 14, 2022 Romanian Language and Literature – Written Exam
  • June 16, 2022 Mathematics – Written Exam
  • June 17, 2022 Mother Language and Literature – Written Exam
  • June 23, 2022 (until 14.00): Results before resumption
  • 23 June 2022 (16:00 – 19:00): Appeal submission
  • June 24, 2022 (8:00 – 12:00): Appeal submission
  • June 24 – June 29, 2022: Settlement of Appeals
  • June 30, 2022: Presentation of final results after adjudication of appeals

National Assessment 2022: How to Calculate the High School Acceptance Rate

The general average for high school admissions is calculated as the arithmetic mean according to the formula MA = 0.2 x ABS + 0.8 x EN, where MA represents the admission average, ABS means the overall graduation average for grades V-VIII, and EN represents the overall average Obtained in the national assessment, in the two test subjects.

Thus, the average in the National Assessment 2022 is calculated by adding the overall average obtained in the National Assessment, which is weighted 80%, with the overall graduation average for grades 5-7, which is weighted 20%, and The result is divided into two parts.

The high school acceptance rate is calculated as follows:

  • MA = 0.2 x ABS + 0.8 x EN

where

MA = admission average

ABS = overall average for grades five to eight

EN = overall average obtained in the national assessment

National calendar 2022

  • 30 May – 3 June 2022: Registration for the National Assessment
  • June 3, 2022: Completion of eighth grade classes
  • June 14, 2022 Romanian Language and Literature – Written Exam
  • June 16, 2022 Mathematics – Written Exam
  • June 17, 2022 Mother Language and Literature – Written Exam
  • June 23, 2022 (until 14.00): Results before resumption
  • 23 June 2022 (16:00 – 19:00): Appeal submission
  • June 24, 2022 (8:00 – 12:00): Appeal submission
  • June 24 – June 29, 2022: Settlement of Appeals
  • June 30, 2022: Presentation of final results after adjudication of appeals

Watch 2022 ALBA High School Admissions: Enrollment Guide, Places in High School Majors, Latest Admission

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