Posted by Schooldays Newshound, on 09/02/2022. Tags: Teachers Parenting
On 1 February 2022, Minister for Education Norma Foley TD announced extensive changes to the Leaving Certificate written examinations.
On 8 February, The State Examinations Commission released the timetables for the 2022 certificate examinations which will commence on Wednesday 8 June. The Leaving Certificate examinations will run until Tuesday 28 June, the Leaving Certificate Applied examinations will conclude on Thursday 16 June and the Junior Cycle examinations will conclude on Monday 20 June. View timetables here
The Leaving Certificate timetable follows the familiar format with the examinations in new Leaving Certificate Curricular subjects of Polish, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Mandarin Chinese scheduled to run in conjunction with the examinations in the non-Curricular languages on Monday 20 June.
Further details on the changes to the examinations are now available on the State Examinations Commission’s website and can also be viewed here
They have been sent to schools, which have been requested to pass the information on to students.
A subject by subject guide is available in the document, ‘Further Adjustments to the Written Examinations’
. All Leaving Certificate candidates are encouraged to familiarise themselves with these adjustments. In addition to this document, the best guide to these extensive changes are the 2021 examination papers, which are available from the Examination Material Archive on www.examinations.ie
The 2021 examination papers reflect the further adjustments and will be of assistance to teachers and students in their preparations for the 2022 Leaving Certificate.
You can find information about Junior Cycle examinations 2022 at the following page: Junior Cycle 2022