The first results of the baccalaureate 2022 will be published on Monday 27 June. High school graduates will discover grades and averages in the baccalaureate.
According to the Ministry of Education, the first results of the baccalaureate will be presented on Monday, June 27 (until 12.00). Complaints can be submitted / sent on the same day, between 12.00 and 18.00, including electronic means.
In this case, candidates must complete, sign and submit/send via electronic means a standard declaration stating that they have taken note that the score awarded as a result of the settlement of the appeal is the final score and can be modified, if necessary, the initial score up or down.
Final results will be announced on July 1st.
In order to pass the baccalaureate exam, candidates must meet the following conditions:
- Recognition/equivalence/support of all tests to assess language and digital competencies
- Take all written exams and get a score of 5 (at least) in each of them
- The average marks obtained in the written tests must be 6 (at least).
Baccalaureate 2022: Communicating the results
In order to communicate the scores obtained in the National Baccalaureate exam, prior to the stage of filing and resolving the appeals, committees from the educational units/examination centers print a list of the results of the baccalaureate exam which includes:
- filter code
- original teaching unit
- Upgrade functional
- Graduated form of education
- Marks obtained in each written test
- Average or signals “passed” / “rejected” / “not submitted” / “removed from the test”, as the case may be.
Committees from educational units – examination centers print the list of final results after the appeals of anonymous candidates and display it according to the calendar with the signature of the head and secretary of the body from the examination center on the notice board. of the educational unit and on its website.
The results of the National Baccalaureate exam for anonymous candidates are also displayed on the website of the Ministry of Education and School Inspection Departments.
Correction of workbooks
In the process of preliminary assessment of written papers and appeals decision, after verification of completion of the assessment by the assessing teachers, if the difference between the assessors’ marks is less than or equal to one point, the final score is an arithmetic mean with two decimal places of the marks given by the assessors, without rounding They are registered in the baccalaureate catalog.
If the difference between the marks given by the two assessors is greater than one point, it is not transcribed on paper and proceeds as follows:
- The head of the commission nominates two other evaluating professors to correct the paper
- After completing the re-correction of the paper, the marks awarded by each of the four assessors are passed on the paper and signed by the assessors.
- The chairman of the commission calculates the final score from the four (four) degrees, after omitting the two degrees – the extreme values, as an arithmetic mean with two decimal places, without rounding, from the two degrees – the central values. The resulting rate represents the final score it conveys on the paper and marks.
During the appeals decision phase, in the event that, after declassification of the paper, there is a difference in grade of more than 1.5 points, plus or minus, between the score from the initial evaluation and the grade from the appeal, the paper is rededicated and sent for re-evaluation by two of the Other evaluating teachers.
The final score can no longer be modified and represents the score obtained by the candidate in this test.
Candidates who file the appeal complete and sign a standard statement stating that they have observed that the degree awarded as a result of the resolution of the appeal may change the initial degree by increasing or decreasing, as applicable.
The results obtained in the National Baccalaureate examination are anonymised, using individual codes that replace the names and surnames of the candidates and which were distributed to the candidates, based on their signature of receipt, on their first test. .
Baccalaureate 2022 – materials and standards from the written exams
Baccalaureate exam 2022 – Written exams were held between June 20 and 23. The Ministry of Education publishes, every exam day, the topics and scales with answer options, according to which the candidates were able to orient themselves on the results they will obtain.
See the baccalaureate 2022: scale and topics in the written test in Romanian
See the baccalaureate 2022: scale and topics – mathematics and history
See BA 2022: Scale and Topics – Geography, Logic, Computer Science, Anatomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Economics
See also BACHELOR’S DEGREE 2022: Sample Subjects, Practice Tests, and Measures from Recent Years. Mathematics, Roman, history, physics, anatomy and other disciplines
Baccalaureate 2022 – Attending the exam in ALBA and excluding candidates
The number of high school students enrolled in the baccalaureate has decreased significantly in recent years. The Minister of Education stated that in 2022, this was the lowest number of enrolments in Romania’s history after December.
“The number of baccalaureate enrolments is the lowest in Romania’s history after December. Even before 1989, we also had a much larger number,” said the Minister of Education, Søren Combino, at the end of the exam registration phase.
In Alba County, 13 candidates were disqualified from written exams. The most commonly used specialty copiers. Details here.
Attendance in the baccalaureate 2022 in Alba
Romanian written test: 2184 candidates registered, 2150 (98.4%) present, 34 absent, 8 candidates excluded from the examination.
Compulsory profile written test (Mathematics/History): 2176 registered candidates, 2134 (98.06%) present – 1534 in Mathematics and 642 in History. There were 42 absentees and four candidates were disqualified.
The written test you choose based on profile and specialty: 2,213 candidates registered, 2,175 (98.28%) present and 38 absent. One candidate is excluded from the exam.
In the province of Alba, 2,289 candidates were registered for the 2022 baccalaureate, summer session, and the examination was organized in 7 centers.
- Mihai Fitazol National Military College Alba Yulia – 250 registered candidates
- National College “Horea, Cloșca and Crișan” Alba Iulia – 319 registered candidates
- “Dionisie Pop Marțian” Faculty of Economics Alba Iulia – 301 registered candidates
- “Lucien Blaga” National College Sebi – 466 Candidates Registered
- Bethline Gabor National College Iod – 358 Candidates Registered
- “Inochenție Micu Clain” National College Blaj – 210 Registered Candidates
- Avram Iancu National College Câmpeni – 385 Registered Candidates
Baccalaureate sub-committees were organized at Theoretical High School “David Brodan” Couger, Theoretical High School “Petro Mayor” Oka Morris, Campini High School and Horia, Kluica and Crean High School.
District assessment centers are located in the high school with the sports program Alba Iulia, the “Ion Agârbiceanu” secondary school in Alba Iulia and the Apulum Technical College in Alba Iulia.
Baccalaureate – situation in previous years in Alba
Baccalaureate 2021 At Alba, Summer Session, before resumption: Five averages per 10, promotion rate was 72.71% (77.1% current promotion). The province was ninth in the national ranking (8th without Bucharest), depending on the exam pass rate and third in the ranking according to an average of 10.
In 2021, 2338 candidates took the exam out of 2453 registered (115 absent and 11 excluded from the exam). Of these, he passed 1,700 baccalaureate degrees. In addition to the five averages out of 10, there were 452 averages between 9 and 9.99, 554 averages between 8.00 and 8.99, 371 averages between 7.00 and 7.99 and 318 averages between 6.00 and 6, 99.627 candidates (118 average) failed in the exam.
There were 262 scores out of 10:31 in Roman, 15 in Math, 28 in History, and 188 in the test-optional.
The National Military College “Mihai Fitazol” had a pass rate of 100%, followed by the National College “Horea, Cloșca and Crișan” Alba Iulia with 98% and the Orthodox Theological Seminary “Sfântul Simion Ștefan” Alba Iulia with 96.23%.
Baccalaureate 2020 At Alba, summer session, before resumption: promotion rate 69.07% (up from 2019 – 68.81%). In total, there were 7 averages out of 10 and 180 scores out of 10 (in 2019, 216 scores out of 10 and one averaged 10). There were 22 scores out of 10 in the Romanian language and literature test, 3 in the mother tongue, 119 in the compulsory profile test and 136 in the optional test. In 2020, the National Military College “Mihaifitazol” Alba Yulia and Theoretical High School “Sfantul Joseph” Alba Yulia took first place, with a score of 100%.
Updated calendar Bachelor’s degree 2022 – June – July session – written exams
- 20 June 2022 Romanian Language and Literature – Test EA) – Written Test
- June 21, 2022 Compulsory profile test – test Ec) – written test
- June 22, 2022 Proof of Selection of Profile and Specialization – Ed Test) – Written Test
- June 23, 2022 Native Language and Literature – IP Test) – Written Test
- June 27, 2022 Presentation of written test results (until 12:00) and appeal between 12:00 and 18:00
- 28-30 June 2022: Appeal resolved
- July 1, 2022: Presentation of the final results
Bachelor’s Degree 2022 – Second Cycle
For the second cycle of the baccalaureate 2022, registration takes place between July 18-25.
Updated calendar Bachelor’s degree 2022 – August – September session
- July 18-25: Registration of candidates for the second exam session, including those who have passed the competency exams
- August 16: Romanian Language and Literature – Test EA) – Written Test
- August 17: Compulsory Profile Test – Arc Test (Ec) – Written Test
- August 18: Proof of choice of profile and specialty – Ed test) – Written test
- August 19: Mother Language and Literature – IBT Test) – Written Test
- August 22-23: Assessment of language skills for oral communication in Romanian – A . test
- August 24: Assessment of language skills in mother tongue oral communication – Test B
- August 25: Digital Skills Assessment – Test D
- August 26-29: Assessment of language skills in an international language – C test as follows:
- August 26 – Auditory comprehension test, followed by a written test
- August 29 – Oral test for all international trading languages studied during high school
- August 31: Presentation of results in written exams (until 12:00) and submission of appeal between 12:00 and 18:00
- September 1-2: Appeals resolved
- September 3rd: Presentation of the final results
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