Calculation of the average admission of the IF 2020 licence

Average admission MA

1. MA = 10 for candidates admitted on the basis of recognised international or national performance, in accordance with the section Admission with the term OLIMPIC

(2) MA = 0.2 × BG + 0.8 × N for candidates who do not qualify for admission with the entry OLIMPIC, where

  • BG is the general average at the baccalaureate.
  • N = min(10, 0.5 × BM + 0.5 × BS + min(2,P)) where
    • BM is the grade in the Mathematics test in the baccalaureate exam,
    • BS is a note that depends on the scope of the licence, calculated according to (3),
    • P is a score, calculated according to (4).

For candidates who have not passed the Mathematics test, bM is the mark on the written test of the Language and Literature Romanian the Baccalaureate exam.

3. BS is a note which depends on the scope of the licence:

  • for Mathematics: BS=BM; for candidates who did not take the Mathematics test on the baccalaureate exam, BS=BG;
  • for Informatics: BS=BI where BI is the grade in Computer Science in the baccalaureate exam; for candidates who did not take the Informatics test on the baccalaureate exam, BS=BG;
  • for CTI: BS = BI or BS = BF, depending on the sample of your choice from the baccalaureate exam, where BI is the grade in the Informatics test and BF is the note in the Physics test; for candidates who did not take either the Informatics or Physics test in the baccalaureate exam, BS=BG.

4. P is the sum of the points accumulated by candidates by participating in the Olympics and competitions, according to the following rules:

  • 0,7 pct shall be added. for each gold medal obtained at the national stages of the National Olympiads of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics, Astronomy and Astronomy and Astrophysics respectively, in grades IX-XII; only for the field of Computers and information technology is considered the national stage of the Olympics of Information Technology;
  • 0,7 pct shall be added. for each medal (gold, silver, bronze) or special prize obtained at the Romanian Master of Mathematics or Romanian Master of Informatics in grades IX-XII;
  • 0,5 pct shall be added. for each silver medal obtained at the national stages of the National Olympiads of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics, Astronomy and Astronomy and Astrophysics respectively, in grades IX-XII; only for the field of Computers and information technology is considered the national stage of the Olympics of Information Technology;
  • 0,3 pct shall be added. for each bronze medal obtained at the national stages of the National Olympiads of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics, Astronomy and Astronomy and Astrophysics respectively, in grades IX-XII; only for the field of Computers and information technology is considered the national stage of the Olympics of Information Technology;
  • 0,1 pct shall be added. for each medal-free participation in the national stages of the National Olympiads of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics, Astronomy and Astronomy and Astrophysics respectively, in classes IX-XII; only for the field of Computers and information technology is considered the national stage of the Olympics of Information Technology;
  • 0,1 pct shall be added. for each prize obtained in the Competition Gazeta Mathematica-Olympic Futures in grades IX-XII;
  • mathematics field only: 0,1 pct is added. for each participation without prizes in the national stage of the National Contest of Applied Mathematics "Adolf Haimovici", sections of Nature Sciences, Technical and Services.

If the candidate does not accumulate points according to the above rules, the score P = 0.

Admission with OLIMPIC

Candidates, high school graduates with a baccalaureate degree, who have achieved the recognized international or national performance specified in this section will be admitted to places financed from the budget, within the framework of the schooling capacity, with the mention OLIMPIC and will have the average admission equal to 10. Candidates admitted without examination will be divided according to the specific criteria set out below.

Candidates, high school graduates with a baccalaureate degree, who have achieved the recognized international or national performance specified in this section, may be admitted with the OLIMPIC mention to any of the three fields of bachelor's degree, Mathematics, Computer Science, Computers and Information Technology respectively.

An admitted candidate with the mention OLIMPIC may apply for entry in subsidised places from the budget to a single college study program. By way of exception, candidates who have obtained distinctions at international school olympics during their high school studies may apply for admission without examination in places subsidised from the budget to no more than two college curricula.

Recognised international performance is as follows:

  • i1. Medal /prize (gold, silver, bronze, 1st prize, 2nd prize or III prize) in grades IX-XII or mention/special prize in classes IX-XII at the International Olympiads of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics, Astronomy, Astronomy and Astrophysics respectively.
  • i2. Medal /prize (gold, silver, bronze, 1st prize, 2nd prize or III prize) in grades IX-XII in international school competitions (other than international Olympics) in the List of international and national competitions recognized.

Candidates, high school graduates with a baccalaureate degree, who have achieved recognized performances in national competitions, may be admitted with the olimpic reference to any of the three bachelor's fields. These rules shall apply, upon request, to candidates who have gone to high school abroad and who have achieved similar results in competitions equivalent to national olympics on subjects of study in their countries.

Recognised national performance sits:

  • n1. Prize I, II or III or mention given by the Ministry of Education in grades IX-XII at the national stages of the National Olympiads of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics and Astronomy and Astrophysics respectively.
  • n2. Qualification in the Extended National Lot of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics and Astronomy and Astrophysics, respectively, in Classes IX-XII.
  • n3. Prize I, II or III in Classes IX to XII in national competitions in the List of International and National Competitions Recognised; only the performance achieved at the national stages shall be taken into account.
  • n4. Only for the field of Mathematics: prize I, II or III in grades IX-XII at the national stage of the National Contest of Applied Mathematics "Adolf Haimovici", sections nature sciences, Technical and Services.
  • n5. Only for the field of Computers and Information Technology: first, second or third prize or mention given by the Ministry of Education in grades IX-XII at the national stage of the Information Technology Olympiad.

The following general provisions apply to the performances recognised above:

  1. The competition in which the performance was achieved shall be individual and shall consist of at least one written or oral evidence before a committee.
  2. Performance was achieved in the sections of the competition specified in the List of International and National Recognised Competitions.

List of recognised international and national competitions

  • A. Recognised international competitions (other than international Olympics):
    • A1. Balkanade of Mathematics  
    • A2. European Mathematics Olympiad for Girls
    • A3. Mathematics Olympiad for Hungarian High Schools in Europe
    • A4. Tuymaada Multidisciplinary Olympics – Mathematics and Informatics Sections
    • A5. Central European Informatics Olympiad
    • A6. Balkanade of Informatics
    • A7. Shumen Computer Science Tournament
  • B. Recognised national competitions:
    • B1. Interdisciplinary Competition "Vranceanu-Procopiu"
    • B2. Interdisciplinary Competition PROSOFT@NT, Mathematics Section
    • B3. National Contest for the Blind – Mathematics section
    • B4. National Competition for Hearing Impaired Students – Mathematics Section
    • B5. "The Followers of Moisil" Contest
    • B6. "Infoeducation" Contest – WEB, Robots, Educational, Utility sections
    • B7. Informatics Contest "Acadnet" – Software Interoperability section
    • B8. Pluridisciplinary Competition PROSOFT@NT, Programming and Educational Soft sections/web pages
    • B9. National Competition for the Blind – Informatics section
    • B10. National Competition for Hearing Impaired Students – Informatics Section
    • B11. Only for the field of Computers and information technology: Informatics Contest "Acadnet" – all sections.

Departure criteria

The separation criteria shall apply where two or more candidates have equal averages of admission to a licence area. In such a situation, candidates will be ranked according to the first separation criterion, if the latter cannot separate them, the candidates will be ranked according to the second separation criterion, and so on.

Departure criteria for equal admission averages
   1. The fact of being admitted with the mention OLIMPIC.
   2. Score N. 
  3. Note to the Mathematics test on the BM baccalaureate exam.
   4. P-score. 
  5. Note to the discipline of your choice from the baccalaureate exam.

The separation criteria for candidates admitted with the entry OLIM
PIC 1. To be admitted on the basis of recognised international performance.
   2. P-score.
   3. Note to the Mathematics test on the BM baccalaureate exam.
   4. Average BG.

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