The combined aptitude test results for the period 2019-2022 provide an opportunity to obtain a more reliable picture of the performance of students studying Hungarian by smoothing out fluctuations in individual score scores, Erdélystat announces.

According to consolidated data, results for Hungarian students are just below the national average. While 77.2 percent of Romanian eighth-graders participating in the exams completed the standardized survey with at least 5 scores in the past four years, the success rate measured in this way among Hungarian students is 75 percent, according to

Students in the Hungarian section performed worst in Romanian language and literature each year, and their four-year average was 5.25, compared to the national average of 7.04. The fact that graduates of 2021 and 2022 have already studied and taken exams in Romanian according to a new differentiated curriculum has not made progress in this regard.

In the national context, the mathematics exam is proven to be the most difficult, and the average of the four-year exam in Romania is 6.15. Each year, the results of students studying Hungarian fell below the already low national performance, and the four-year average was 5.79. Students in the Hungarian section have been stable for the past four years They achieved better results in the examination of Hungarian language and literature than Romanian students studying in Romanian.

An interesting observation of the analysis is that while there are significant differences between year-end academic and Aptitude Test averages, there is almost no difference at all between students studying Hungarian and other students in fifth grade. VIII. Among the general media his degree.

In parallel with the analysis, Erdélystat has also prepared the ranking of Hungarian language schools/departments, based on exam results for the year 2022 and combined for the period 2019-2022. In preparing the four-year classification, the ability test results of a total of 31,341 students from 444 schools/departments were taken into account.

The following ten schools are at the top of the ranking according to the combined results:

1 – Janos Zsigmond Unitarian College, Cluj;
2. Bolyai Farkas Theoretical Secondary School, Târgu-Mureș;
3. Istvan Bathory Theoretical School, Cluj;
4 Tamasi Odon Secondary School, Odorheiul Secuiesc;
5. Europa Primary School, Târgu-Mureș;
6. Andrzej Ade Theoretical School, Oradea;
7. Apáczai Csere János Theoretical Lyceum, Cluj;
8. Kolse Ferenc Secondary School, Satu Mare;
9. Aranyosegerbegy Primary School, Cluj District;
10. Talentum Reform School, Cluj.




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