The last line for future graduates. The bachelor’s exams will take place from 20 to 24 June. If the pressure on the part of the candidates increases, the Ministry of National Education is calm and ensures that everything is ready for the smooth running of the tests. Chakib Benmoussa will present details of this session to the Government Council this Thursday in 2022.
The bachelor’s exams are approaching unstoppably. Less than two weeks separate us from the beginning of the events, which will take place in two stages this year. The Ministry of Education, Preschool Education and Sports has announced that the regular session of the Unified National Examination will take place on 20-22 June for the scientific, technical and professional departments and on 23 and 24 June for the literary and professional departments. original educational currents. Chakiba Benmoussu is currently working on finalizing logistics preparations.
COVID-19 returns to normal, but vigilance is still needed
Preventive measures will be taken this year to combat the spread of Covid-19. “Everything is practically ready to pass the tests in good conditions. The examination centers determine the number of candidates according to their capacity, in a ratio of 20 candidates per class. The number of candidates for the class has certainly increased compared to the previous two years, but vigilance is still needed. It is important that you do not disappoint your vigilance. Physical distancing must be respected in the same way as all instructions from health authorities, “a source from the ministry said for” Morning “. “In addition, all applicants who will be graduating this year have received a practical guide. This document, which was provided to them via their e-mail address through their “Moutamadriss” account, is intended to help them and guide their efforts in preparing for this test. This handbook contains all organizational and regulatory aspects, as well as news from the 2022 meeting.
As every year, the Ministry of National Education provides measures to combat cheating in school-leaving examinations. “This is a topic that calls on those responsible for exams every year to ensure equal opportunities for candidates. However, it should also be a challenge for families, which we rely on to educate their children and remind them of the dangers and risks they may cheat. The candidate caught in the act will be severely punished. In addition, a copy of Act 02.13 on the Suppression of School Examination Fraud is sent to all candidates via their e-mail address, ”emphasizes the same source.
The school program has been completed
In addition, don’t forget that this school year was exceptional, as classes began in October, a month later than usual. Therefore, we ask whether the time to complete the training program was sufficient, knowing that the courses were interrupted several times due to teacher strikes. According to our source, the teachers made a huge effort to complete the program in the best conditions and respecting the pace of students’ learning. “A few months ago, at the level of all academies, with the help of parents’ associations and the Awrach program, a large-scale support action was launched for schools to set up a pedagogical support program for pupils,” he said. the same source.
And to add that “all levels of certification have benefited from support courses. Emphasis was placed, inter alia, on mathematics and foreign language courses. We have witnessed a great mobilization of all teachers who are dedicated to their students to strengthen their skills … In addition, the ministerial note, which sets the schedule for exams, also contains a schedule of preparatory meetings. All this in order to support students and families to ensure that this period, known as the period of tension, takes place under the best conditions and guarantees equal opportunities among students.
Let us recall that this Thursday, June 9, at the beginning of its work, the Council of the Government will follow the presentation of the Minister of Education, Preschool Education and Sports on the data and news of the school-leaving examinations for 2022.
Dates to remember
- The normal session of the Single National Matura Exam 2021-2022 will take place from 20 to 24 June as follows:
- The tests will take place on 20, 21 and 22 June for the Science, Technology and Vocational Department and on 23 and 24 June for the Department of Literary and Original Education.
- The national rehearsal meeting, all series together, will take place on 15, 16, 18 and 19 July. The results will be announced on 1 July at the normal meeting and on 22 July at the catch-up meeting.
- As for the regular session of the Single Regional Examination of the first year of the Matura, it will take place on 13 and 14 June for independent candidates and on 15 and 16 June for candidates enrolled in scientific, technical and professional fields, and on 17 June and 18 June for literary department and original education. The cat-up session will take place on July 13 and 14, 2022 for all branches.