What subjects did the students receive in Mathematics, at the National Assessment 2022

The 2022 National Assessment continued on Thursday, June 16, with the written test in Mathematics, after on Tuesday, June 15, the students who graduated the 8th grade had the exam in Romanian. The students received the number 2 option with subjects in Mathematics, according to edupedu.ro. The rehearsal started at 9:00 and the entrance to the hall was until 8:30.

Subjects National Assessment 2022, Mathematics

In the first subject there were 6 sub-points, being objective items – grid type, each punctuated with 5 points. Likewise, the third subject has 6 sub-points, also grid and also marked with 5 points each. in the third subject, the problems are no longer with grid-type answers.

Here are the topics:

Appeals National Assessment 2022

Candidates who file or submit appeals by electronic means complete and sign a standard statement stating that they have taken note of the fact that the grade awarded as a result of resolving the appeal may change, as appropriate, the original grade by increasing or decreasing.

In the case of the minor candidate, the standard declaration is also signed by the parents or their legal representatives.

Results of the National Assessment 2022
The first results, those before the appeals, will be announced on June 23, until 14:00, and the final results will be communicated on June 30.

The communication of the results obtained in the exam is made anonymized, respecting the General Regulation on personal data protection, using the individual codes that replace the names and surnames of the candidates and which were distributed to the candidates, based on signature of receipt, at the first test.

The general average obtained in the National Assessment has a weight of 80% in the calculation of the admission average in the ninth grade. 8th grade graduates will be able to continue their studies in high school or vocational education, with places provided for all students who have completed high school.

According to the Ministry of Education, 172,822 students were in the 8th grade this year. They are automatically enrolled in the National Assessment, but the number could be lower, because there may be students with unfinished backgrounds at the end of the school year. For the next school year, 130,600 places are allocated for the ninth grade (full-time education) at the national level and 11,000 places for the ninth grade, evening and part-time education, according to the Government Decision approving the figures for the school year 2022-2023. Another 60,000 places are in vocational education.

After the written test in Mathematics, on Friday, June 17, the exam in Mother Tongue will take place.

Publisher: DC

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