Thousands of 8th grade students have been taking the simulation of the national assessment exam in Cluj since Monday.
More precisely, we are talking about a number of 5,834 eighth grade students from Cluj County who have been taking the written tests as part of the simulation of the national assessment exam since Monday. Out of the total of 5,834 eighth grade students, 3,134 students are from Cluj-Napoca.
The simulation begins on Monday with the written exam in Romanian language and literature. The written math test will be held on Tuesday, and the native language and literature test on Wednesday. The simulations take place in 110 schools, of which 45 are in Cluj-Napoca. The grades obtained at the national simulations are not included in the catalog, except exceptionally, at the written request of the student or parent. All the classrooms in which the written tests of the simulation will take place are video and audio monitored. The novelty of this session of the national assessment exam simulation consists in the fact that at the end of each exam sample, the students’ papers will be scanned and uploaded to the national platform for the digitized assessment of written papers, and they will be assessed, randomly, by to teacher evaluators, from other counties.