Students whose mother tongue is different from Romanian take today, June 29, the written test of the 2023 Baccalaureate exam. They will receive subjects with the same structure as the one for the Romanian language and literature exam, only that they will be in their mother tongue, whether we are talking about Hungarian, Turkish, Croatian, etc.
Barem correction – solving BAC 2023 subjects in the mother tongue
It’s the last emotions for the 12th grade graduates. Today, even students who speak a mother tongue other than Romanian had the last written test of the Baccalaureate exam.
They can relax and correct themselves using the correction scale for the subjects they have been given, depending on their mother tongue.
The test written by BAC in the mother tongue is addressed to students who completed high school in a language other than Romanian or for those whose first language is not Romanian.
Students take the written test in languages such as Hungarian, German, Croatian, Italian, Serbian, Slovak, Turkish or Ukrainian.
They will receive the results in a few days, on July 3, and they have a few hours to file appeals.
Here is the BAC 2023 calendar:
- Monday, June 26: Romanian language and literature
- Tuesday, June 27: mandatory profile test (disciplines, depending on the profile: Mathematics and History)
- Wednesday, June 28: test to choose the profile and specialization (you can opt, depending on the stream, profile and specialization for one of the 10 disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, Philosophy, Geography, Computer Science, Logic, argumentation and communication, Sociology and Psychology)
- Thursday, June 29: Mother language and literature (for students from all streams, profiles and specializations, who attended high school studies in a language of national minorities).
The number of young people who signed up for the Baccalaureate 2023 is over 135,000, according to the Ministry of Education. But this number includes many 12th class graduates who did not pass the exam in the previous sessions.
More precisely, 16,500 young people signed up for this session from previous promotions.
“More than 130,500 candidates registered to take these tests in the first session, of which more than 16,000 candidates come from previous promotions,” announced the Ministry of Education on June 25.
20% of the 12th grade graduates did not register for the BAC 2023
At the beginning of the current school year, there were 147,000 students enrolled in 12th full-time and 13th evening/part-time classes, according to the data sent during the BAC 2023 simulations by the Ministry of Education.
From a simple calculation, it appears that 20% of 12th grade students did not register for the Baccalaureate.
“Some want certification and then enter the job market directly. Depending on the specifics of the high school and the results, some prefer to take the exam in the fall or next year. We must see the causes and reduce the number of those who do not come to the baccalaureate,” said Ligia Deca.
The Minister of Education said that the situation will be analyzed regarding high schools that in previous years will not have graduates or will have too few. “Necessary interventions will be made,” continued Ligia Deca.