The Ministry of Education announced that over 161,500 8th grade graduates were registered to take the National Assessment, between June 19 and July 4. The first Romanian Language and Literature test will take place on Monday, followed by the Mathematics test on Wednesday. Also, the test for the mother tongue and literature is scheduled for Thursday, June 22, and all three tests are written.
The first results will be displayed on Wednesday, June 28, until 14:00.
Appeals can be filed at the exam centers or sent by electronic means, on June 28 (between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.) and June 29 (between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.), the Ministry also announces Education, in the press release.
Candidates who submit or submit appeals also complete, sign and submit/submit a standard declaration stating that they are aware that the mark awarded as a result of the appeal resolution may change, as the case may be, the initial mark by increasing or decreasing it. The documents are also signed by the parents/legal representatives of the minor candidates.
The final results will be posted on Tuesday, July 4.
Candidates’ access to educational units/examination centers is allowed between 8:00 – 8:30. Candidates must have a valid identity document and writing instruments with ink or blue paste for writing written papers. For the execution of schemes and drawings, I can also use a black pencil, the cited source also indicates.
Tests begin at 9:00 a.m., when candidates will receive the topic booklet and stamped draft paper (additional pages may be requested where appropriate).
The writing time for the topics in each written test is 120 minutes (two hours), calculated after completing the identification box. The assistants will check the data entered by the candidates and will keep the box secret, according to the procedures.
According to News.ro, candidates for whom this request was approved by the Bucharest County Commission for the Organization of National Evaluation, based on the provisions of the specific procedures regarding ensuring the conditions of equalization of opportunities for students with visual impairments, hearing impairments and neurodevelopmental disorders who take the national exams in 2023.
The samples are audio-video monitored.
„It is forbidden to bring into the exam rooms any type of helpful materials: textbooks, dictionaries, notes, notes, books, drafts, summaries, collections, etc., which can be used to solve the subjects, as well as mobile phones and electronic tools computing, information storage or communication. Candidates are also prohibited from bringing satchels, rucksacks, bags, purses and the like into the exam room, candidates having the obligation to leave the mentioned items in the storage room for personal items established by the committee in the educational unit/exam center. Candidates who refuse to store objects in the room established by the commission for this purpose are not accepted in the exam“, the Ministry of Education also indicates.
Other useful information regarding the conduct of this exam is published HERE.
The Ministry of Education provides those interested with a TELVERDE line – 0800801100 – for reporting any malfunctions regarding the conduct of the National Assessment. The number will be available during the written tests (June 19 – 22, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.).
According to a decision approved by order of the minister, the written works of the 8th grade graduates from Dâmboviţa County will be digitally evaluated within the pilot program launched last year, the mentioned source also indicates.
The communication of the obtained results is made anonymized through individual codes that replace the names and surnames of the candidates, both in the exam centers and on the Internet, respecting the General Regulation on the protection of personal data. The individual codes will be distributed to the candidates, based on the receipt signature, at the first test held.
The admission average, based on which secondary school graduates are enrolled in the 9th grade of high school, is the general average at the national assessment taken by the 8th grade graduates, calculated as an arithmetic average, with two decimal places, without rounding, of the marks obtained in the National Assessment tests, according to the Ministry of Education and Culture.