📩 12/10/2023 13:39
The Ministry of National Education Written and Applied Exams Directive, which determines the procedures and principles regarding written and practical exams and their evaluation, was published.
“Ministry of National Education Measurement and Evaluation Regulation” was published in the Official Gazette on September 9, 2023. In this context, the "Ministry of National Education Written and Applied Examinations Directive", which regulates the procedures and principles regarding the exams to be administered in public and private formal education institutions affiliated with the Ministry of National Education, was published and entered into force as of October 11, 2023.
With the directive, written and practical exams and the procedures and principles regarding the evaluation of these exams were determined.
In the Directive, the responsibilities of the national education directorates were determined within the scope of the joint written exams to be prepared according to the subject question distribution tables. It was announced how the questions will be in the joint written exams and how the exams will be administered and evaluated.
Exam scores of Turkish and foreign language courses, which will be held in two stages according to the Directive; It will be calculated by taking 50% of the written exam, 25% of the listening exam and 25% of the speaking exam. Exam scores for the Turkish language and literature course will be calculated by taking 70% of the written exam, 15% of the listening exam and 15% of the speaking exam. Thus, "listening, speaking, reading and writing" skills will be measured.
In primary schools, measurement tools will be used to monitor and develop students' "listening, speaking, reading and writing" skills in order to improve the correct and beautiful use of Turkish. Improving students' written expression skills will be prioritized. In addition, studies on process-oriented evaluation will be carried out in primary schools.
With the process-oriented evaluation approach, the situation will be evaluated to reveal what has been done in the teaching process and the level of development of the student. Thus, the student's point at the beginning of the process and the level of development at the end of the process will be revealed. The student's progress will be monitored periodically and feedback will be given to the student and his/her parents.
An excuse exam will be held for students who cannot participate in the joint written exams due to their excuses. In addition, the procedures and procedures for these exams are included in the Directive.
To access the Directive Click here.