National assessment 2022: The largest number of appeals in recent years. Final results Thursday, June 30th

National assessment results for 2022: Nearly 22,000 appeals were submitted nationally, the highest number in four years.

In Alba, 234 appeals were recorded: 140 in Romanian, 93 in mathematics and one in the mother tongue test. The number was lower than last year: 246 appeals (136 in Romanian, 108 in mathematics and 2 in the mother tongue test).

In the country, according to the results of the national assessment for 2022, 21,856 appeals were registered. By comparison, there were 20,271 appeals in 2021, in 2020 – 15,275 and in 2019 – 21,509. In 2018, there were 23,761 appeals, according to edupedu.ro.

Nationally, after the first results, in the 2022 National Assessment, more than 82% of students scored more than 5.

Education Minister Soren Combino confirmed on Monday that the number of appeals is higher.

When asked about the exam, the minister replied: “I received a slightly higher number of petitions for national assessment than last year.”

Results of the 2022 National Assessment in ALBA – before resumption

In the 2022 National Assessment, there were 221 averages out of 10 in the country (120 last year). In Alba County, there were only three averages of 10, compared to five last year and 22 in 2020, before resuming.

See photo: Anda, Maria and Natalia, the three students out of 10 from Alba County, in the National Assessment 2022. How they managed the performance in the exam

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 2,463 candidates present (95.87%) out of a total of 2,569 registered students.

View the best schools in ALBA IULIA as per the results of the National Assessment 2022. In 5 schools, all students averaged more than 5

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).

In the mathematics test, 1930 candidates had a score higher or equal to 5 (five), and 57 candidates had 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 National Assessment Exam, in Alba, there were five averages out of 10. In 2020, there were 22 averages out of 10 (23 after resumption).

In 2021, it was 80% on average above 5 (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.

Alba ranks 10th in the national top based on averages greater than or equal to 5 (7th place last year).

National Assessment 2022: Resolving Appeals – Correcting Business

In the appeals adjudication process, after checking the completion of the assessment by the assessing teachers, if the difference between the two assessors’ scores is less than or equal to one point, the final score is calculated as the arithmetic mean with two decimal places of the scores. Granted by assessors, without rounding, are recorded in the National Assessment Catalog.

If the difference between the scores given by the two assessing teachers is greater than one point, the paper will be corrected by two other assessing teachers. After checking the completion of the assessment, the final score is calculated taking into account the four (four) scores.

After deleting the notes/outliers, the final score is calculated as an arithmetic mean with two decimal places, without rounding, from the center scores/values. The resulting average represents the final score and is recorded in the National Assessment Catalog.

During the appeals decision stage, after the business evaluation is over, the scores awarded after the re-evaluation are compared to those awarded in the initial evaluation stage. If there is a difference in scores by more than one point, plus or minus, between the score from the initial assessment and the score from the petitions, the paper is re-evaluated by other teachers.

Reassessment is carried out in strict compliance with the rating scale, grades and all assessment procedures. The grade awarded by the Second Appeal Committee is the final grade obtained by the candidate.

The score obtained at the appeals resolution phase is the final score, regardless of the score obtained, more or less, compared to the score given at the preliminary evaluation phase of the paper. This score can no longer be modified and represents the score obtained by the candidate in this test.

High school entrance exam/admission average

The overall GPA obtained within the national assessment has a weight of 80% in calculating the 9th grade acceptance rate.

There is no minimum admission to high school or vocational school, and entry to one class or another is restricted to the number of places and competition.

See ALBA High School Admission 2022: Enrollment Guide, Places in High School Majors, Latest Posts

High school acceptance rate calculator

The acceptance rate, based on the 9th grade enrollment of high school graduates, is calculated as a weighted average between the overall average in the national assessment supported by 8th grade graduates with a weight of 80%. And the general average of grades five to eight graduation which has a weight of 20% in calculating the acceptance rate.

The acceptance rate is calculated as follows:

MA = 0.2 x ABS + 0.8 x EN

where:

I = average admission;

stomach muscles = the general average for the graduation of grades five to eight;

EN = The overall average obtained in the national assessment supported by eighth-grade graduates

for the technical fileFor the sports profile and for the language major from Waldorf High School, the final admission average is calculated as:

(3 APT + MA) / 4 = MFA

Where: APT = Final Score in Aptitude Tests; MA = average admission (calculated according to the first point); MFA = Final Acceptance Average.

For theological fileThe final acceptance rate is calculated as follows:

(APT + MA) / 2 = MFA

Where: APT = Final Score in Aptitude Tests; MA = average admission (calculated according to the first point); MFA = Final Acceptance Average.

for the military fileThe final acceptance rate is calculated as follows:

0.2 mA + 0.8 NP = MFA

Where: NP = test score of knowledge in the subjects of the Romanian language, literature and mathematics; MA = average admission (calculated according to the first point); MFA = Final Acceptance Average.

The computerized distribution will be on July 14. Registration will be from July 4th. The hierarchy of averages for each county will be announced by July 1.

National assessment calendar 2022

  • 30 May – 3 June 2022: Registration for the National Assessment
  • June 3, 2022: Completion of the eighth grade courses
  • 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
  • June 23, 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

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