The second session of the baccalaureate exam 2022 begins, Tuesday, August 16, with the written exam in Romanian. The first results will be announced on August 31, and the last on September 3.
After the written test in Romanian language and literature from August 16, follow-up pMandatory Profile Exam – Wednesday 17 August and Optional Profile and Specialization Exam – Thursday 18 August. Friday, August 19th is the Mother Language and Literature Written Test.
Skills tests – oral communication in Romanian / native, linguistics in a foreign language and digital – will take place between 22 and 29 August.
On August 31, the first results are shown (until 12:00 pm), the day when appeals can also be submitted (12:00 pm – 6:00 pm). Final grades and averages will be announced on September 3.
See BA 2022: Subject Patterns, Practice Tests, and Measures from Previous Years. Mathematics, Roman, Physics and Anatomy
BACHELOR’S 2022 – Exam Rules
- Candidates for the baccalaureate examination are prohibited from bringing schoolbags, backpacks, briefcases, briefcases, and the like to the examination rooms. Candidates are obligated to leave the mentioned items in the storage room for personal items established by the Baccalaureate Committee for this purpose. Candidates who refuse to stock things mentioned in the test will not be accepted.
- Candidates for the baccalaureate examination are prohibited from having in the examination halls, in their clothes or shoes, in their pen bags or other personal storage items, or in the seats in which they are seated in the examination rooms, any kind of work. Textbooks, books, dictionaries, collections, forms, notes, notes, notes, summaries, drafts or other candidate works, etc., which can be used to solve the topics.
- Candidates are prohibited from wearing their clothing or shoes in examination rooms, in their pen pouches or other personal storage items, in examination rooms, cell phones or audio headphones, in addition to any electronic means of calculating or calling/allowing internet access / Social networks, which can be used to solve topics, to perform calculations, to communicate with other candidates / assistants in the exam center(s) or with the outside.
- Candidates for the baccalaureate examination are prohibited from communicating with each other or with the outside world, copying or transmitting materials that allow the copying or exchanging of papers, drafts, notes or other materials that can be used to solve the topics.
Candidates who violate said rules are removed from the examination, regardless of whether prohibited substances/objects were used or not, regardless of whether they were submitted by them or other candidates, faculty members of the committee or other persons and regardless Regardless of whether they receive or transmit prohibited substances.
Violation of the rules regarding the prohibition of textbooks/other sources of information, phones/other gadgets and communication with others/copies will be considered an attempt to fraud and such candidates may not take part in subsequent examinations and will be declared “dropped from the examination” without the possibility of recognizing, in subsequent sessions, the test scores which Passed prior to cancellation, including language and numeric skills assessment tests.
These candidates no longer have the right to participate in the next two cycles of the baccalaureate examination. The two sessions in which the candidates “who have left the exam” are no longer entitled to participate are counted without taking into account the special session of the baccalaureate exam.
Candidates who wish to submit papers before the expiry of the maximum period may leave the examination hall without receiving the materials. Candidates receive subjects only if they leave the room after the maximum period of written examinations has expired.
Before the start of the exams, the assistants present the candidates with methodological provisions aimed at the correct organization and conduct of the baccalaureate examination, and ask them to hand in all possible materials and objects, in accordance with the regulations in force for the baccalaureate examination. forbidden in the exam hall.
The candidates will then sign a report containing the provisions and state that they have become aware of the fact that non-compliance with the said rules will lead to the said measures.
Audio and visual monitoring
Examination rooms and those designated to double study materials are supervised by sound and video.
The baccalaureate committees of the examination centers and the local baccalaureate committees / baccalaureate committee of the municipality of Bucharest check, through survey, audio and video recordings from the exam rooms, after the end of the written examination.
If, during the random examination, irregularities, fraud or attempted fraud are found, or if there are reports of irregularity, fraud or attempted fraud, the examination shall be conducted for the records of all test rooms.
If, as a result of the verifications, irregularities, fraud or attempted fraud occurred, i.e. non-compliance with the regulations regarding the organization and conduct of the baccalaureate examination, the baccalaureate committee of the examination center shall take the necessary measures, which may go to the extent of excluding candidates from the examination.
The baccalaureate committee announces from the examination center the district baccalaureate committee / baccalaureate committee in Bucharest, which proposes possible punitive measures and informs the national baccalaureate committee.
Correction of papers
In the process of pre-evaluation of written works and resolution of appeals, after verification of completeness of assessment by two assessors, if the difference between the two assessors’ scores is less than or equal to one point, the final score is calculated as an arithmetic mean with two decimal places for the scores awarded by the assessors , without rounding, is recorded in the baccalaureate catalog.
If the difference between the marks awarded by the assessed teachers is greater than one point, it is not transcribed onto the paper and proceeds as follows:
- The committee chair nominates other evaluators to correct the paper
- After the proofreading of the paper is completed, the marks awarded by each of the four assessors are transferred to the paper and signed by the assessors.
- The chairman of the commission calculates the final score from the four (four) grades, after omitting the two scores – the extreme values, as an arithmetic mean in two decimal places, without rounding, from the two degrees – the central values. The resulting average represents the final score it conveys on the paper and marks.
During the appeals settlement phase, if there is a difference in grades of more than 1.5 points, plus or minus, between the grade from the initial evaluation and the grade from the appeal, if there is a difference in grade after declassification of the paper more than 1.5 points, it will be re-emptied and sent for reconsideration. Assessed by two other teacher assessors.
The final score cannot be changed and it represents the score obtained by the candidate for the respective exam.
Candidates who file the appeal complete and sign a standard declaration stating that they are aware that the mark awarded as a result of the appeal decision may change the initial mark up or down, as the case may be.
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.
In order to communicate the scores obtained in the National Baccalaureate examination, before the stage of filing and resolving the appeals, the committees from the educational units / examination centers print a list of the results of the baccalaureate examination which includes: candidate code, educational unit origin, district, promotion, completed education form, and the major, the scores obtained on each written test, and the average or signals “passed” / “rejected” / “not submitted” / “excluded from the test”, as the case may be.
The committees from the educational units – examination centers print the list of final results after grievances from anonymous candidates and display it according to the calendar with the signature of the president and the secretary of the authority from the examination center on the notice to the council 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.
Baccalaureate 2022 – second session – organization of the exam in ALBA
From the county of Alba, there are 558 candidates registered for the second session of the 2022 baccalaureate examination, of whom 336 will take the Ed exam) – based on their choice depending on profile and specialty.
Of the total number of registered candidates, 384 are from the current promotion.
In the province of Alba, three examination centers are organized:
- Economic College “DP Marțian” Alba Yulia
- Assistant to the National College “Tito Mayorescu”
- High School “Horea, Cloșca and Crișan” Abrud
2022 BACHELOR CALENDAR UPDATE – August – September session
- July 18-25: Registration of candidates for the second examination session, including those who have passed qualifying examinations
- August 16: Romanian Language and Literature – Test EA) – Written Test
- August 17: Compulsory Profile Exam – EC Exam) – Written Test
- August 18: Test for selection of profile and specialization – Ed test) – Written test
- August 19: Mother Language and Literature – IBT Test) – Written Test
- August 22-23: assessment of oral communication skills in Romanian – A . test
- August 24: Assessment of native language oral communication skills – Test B
- August 25: Digital Skills Assessment – Test D
- August 26-29: Assessment of language skills in an internationally spoken language – C test as follows:
- August 26 – Text comprehension listening test, followed by written test
- August 29 – Oral test for all international trading languages studied during secondary education
- August 31: Presentation of written test results (until 12:00) and submission of appeals between 12:00 and 18:00
- September 1-2: Dissolution of the appeal
- September 3rd: Presentation of the final results
Baccalaureate at ALBA – data from previous courses
In the first baccalaureate cycle 2022, 1,701 candidates (76.7%) out of a total of 2,219 candidates passed. There were four averages out of 10, after appeal. For the current promotion, the pass rate was 80.56% (79.27% in 2021), and for previous promotions – 28.74% (39.37% – in 2021). There were 13 candidates who were excluded from the examination.
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The pass rate in the second baccalaureate course last year was 31.71% (33.27% in 2020), according to the first results – 137 candidates passed out of 517 registered; The highest average is 8.91. 178 appeals were registered (mostly in Romanian, mathematics and biology), the rate subsequently increased to 36.6% (21 other candidates passed).
Calculation of the baccalaureate rate
For each candidate who has obtained a mark of at least 5 (five) on all written tests of the examination, the general baccalaureate average is calculated as the arithmetic mean, with two decimal places, without rounding, from the scores obtained in the relevant tests.
Candidates who fail one or more tests, who do not appear in all tests or who are disqualified from an examination are not counted.
The passing rate in the baccalaureate exam is not less than 6 in the written tests.
In order to be declared passed, a high school graduate must cumulatively fulfill the following conditions:
- Recognition/equivalence/certification of all language and digital skills assessment tests
- Pass all written exams and get a score of 5 (at least) in each of them
- Obtain a GPA of 6 (at least) in the written tests