📩 27/09/2023 14:07
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding the written and practical exams to be held in accordance with the Measurement and Evaluation Regulation of the Ministry of National Education, which came into force after being published on September 9, were shared. General Directorate of Measurement, Evaluation and Examination Services, regarding written and applied exams, "Which classes and courses will be held in common exams?", "How will the questions be in the joint written exams?", "Will schools be closed on the dates of the joint written exams?", "Common How will the grades of written exams be announced? He shared detailed answers to 41 frequently asked questions such as.
In the answers to frequently asked questions, it was underlined that the Ministry has 3 different applications for common written exams: country, province/district and school-wide.
In the 2023-2024 academic year, the 6st term 1nd papers and 2nd term 2st papers of 1th grade Turkish language and mathematics courses, and the 9st term 1nd papers and 2nd term 2st papers of 1th grade Turkish language and literature and mathematics courses are common. It was reminded that this would be done. Additionally, in addition to the exams determined by the Ministry for this academic year, common provincial or district-wide written exams can also be held. The subject and grade level of these will be announced to schools by the national education directorates.
Multiple choice questions will be used in the joint written exams to be held across the Ministry, province and district for this academic year. Once the necessary infrastructure is prepared, open-ended questions can be used in these exams. Apart from this, the questions of all common written exams and all other written exams will consist of open-ended or open-ended and short-answer questions.
Questions of the joint written exams to be held by the Ministry; It will be prepared by the General Directorate of Measurement, Evaluation and Examination Services and sent to schools. The exam will be administered by the teachers working at the school, and its evaluation will be done by the school or measurement and evaluation center directorates.
The only difference between the country and province-wide common written exam application from the exams administered by teachers in schools is that the question and answer keys will be prepared centrally. The only source for common written exam questions will be textbooks and achievements. For this reason, common written exams will have the same scope and difficulty level as the exams held at school. Students will not need to make any special preparations for common written exams. Education will continue on the days and hours when the joint written exams will be held, and schools will not be closed.
After each exam, an exam analysis will be made by the course teachers. If there is a common learning deficiency or lack of learning or mislearning throughout the student, class and school, feedback will be given to the students in order to compensate for these. The student will see the score out of 100 through the e-School system, as before.
Exams for Turkish, Turkish language and literature and foreign language courses will be held in two stages: written and applied. For these courses, first written exams will be held, and then practical exams will be held by the course teacher to measure listening and speaking skills, with enough time allocated for each student.
Practical exams will be held to measure listening and speaking skills. Exams measuring listening and speaking skills will be scored separately.
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