Secondary contests, written tests begin March 14: how they take place, calendars, self-certification. All the info

The tests of the secondary and second grade secondary school competition will start on March 14th until April 13th. The ministry has announced the dates with the calendar, which will be published on February 23rd. A new test diary will follow with the missing competition classes.

How the written test takes place

From our FAQ

Written test

Computer-based, distinct for each class of competition and for each type of venue, consists in the administration of 50 Questionsdivided as follows:

For the common places, distinguish forty multiple choice questions for each class of competition, aim to determine the competencies and knowledge of the candidate about the disciplines pertaining to the class of the competition itself. The questions concern the programs set out in Annex A to the Decree of the Minister of Education 9 November 2021, n. 326

For the Support posts, forty multiple-choice questions regarding the learning methodologies applied to the different types of disabilities, to assess the knowledge about the content and procedures for the scholastic inclusion of students with disabilities. The questions concern the programs set out in Annex A to the Decree of the Minister of Education 9 November 2021, n. 326;

For the joint and support postsfive multiple-choice questions on knowledge of English at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​and five multiple-choice questions on digital skills inherent in the pedagogical use of the most effective technologies and multimedia electronic devices to enhance quality learning.

In the case of competition classes concerning foreign languages ​​and cultures, the test is conducted in the language being taught, with the exception of the questions referred to in paragraph 1, letter c, concerning knowledge of the English language.

The written test for the English-language competition classes A-24, A-25 and B-02 consists of fifty questions, divided as follows:
– distinguish forty-five multiple choice questions for each class of the competition, in order to recognize the competencies and knowledge of the candidate regarding the disciplines pertaining to the class of the competition itself;

– Five Multiple Choice questions on digital skills inherent in the didactic use of the most effective technologies and multimedia electronic devices to enhance the quality of learning.

Each question consists of a question followed by four answers, of which only one is correct; the order of the 50 questions is given randomly to each candidate.

The test has a maximum duration of 100 minutes, without prejudice to any additional times specified in Art. 20 of the Law of 5 February 1992, n. 104.

Where the test takes place

As reported in the announcement in the Official Gazette of February 22, the list of examination centers, with their exact location and with the indication of the destination of the candidates, will be communicated by the USR.

Classroom / Candidate combinations

Reference framework written tests:

ADMM-ADSS

A019

A022

AB24-AB25

A060

What to bring

  • valid identification document
  • Tax Code
  • Receipt of payment of secretarial contribution
  • green certification C19 prescribed by the Security Protocol, adopted by the Ministry of Education Department for the Education System of Education and Training Directorate General for School Staff with Ministerial Order 21 June 2021, n. 187, published on the website of the Ministry, as well as the current legislation on “green certification”.
  • Self-declaration regarding the contingent health condition in relation to Covid.

The Ministry has proposed the updated SELF-DECLARATION model. DOWNLOAD

In terms of payment receipt, USRs have published specific indications for solving the most common problems, ranging from loss to missing information due to payment, to non-payment. USR INDICATIONS

Instructions for performing the test

Candidate identification operations start at 8:00 for the 9:00 shift and at 13:30 for the 14:30 shift.

Failure to show the day, place and time, even if due to unpredictable circumstances or due to force majeure, leads to exclusion from the procedure. learn more

During the test, candidates may not use writing papers, notes, books, dictionaries, legal texts, publications, calculating instruments, mobile phones and tools suitable for storing or transmitting data on the examination site, unless otherwise stated by the National Commission . Read the instructions in detail

The test lasts 100 minutes, at the end of which the system interrupts the procedure and finally receives the answers that the candidate has entered up to that point.. Ministry Video Tutorial

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