Simulation of the National Assessment: minority students take the native language and literature test

Eighth grade students from the national minorities will take, on Wednesday, the native language and literature test within the simulation of the National Evaluation, according to the calendar approved by the Ministry of Education.

The results will be announced on February 23. Photo: Archive

The works will be evaluated digitized, writes Agerpres.

Wednesday's test, just like the previous days, starts at 9:00 a.m., when the topics will be distributed in each room. Students' access to the classrooms is allowed until 8:30.

The time allotted for the development of a written paper is two hours.

The purpose of the simulation is to familiarize students with the rigors of a real exam, but also to optimize the results obtained by students from pre-university education at the end of secondary school studies.

The communication of the results will be anonymized, using the individual codes that replace the names and surnames of the candidates.

The results will be announced on February 23.

The grades for the simulation are not contested and are not included in the catalog. However, in exceptional situations where it is desired to record the notes in the catalog, this can be done based on a written request submitted by those interested.