Examination Regulations Ahs

Original Language Title: Prüfungsordnung AHS

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174. Ordinance of the Federal Minister for Education, Arts and Culture on the ReifepCheck in the generally forming higher schools (Examination Regulations AHS)

On the basis of § § 34 to 41 of the school teaching law, BGBl. No 472/1986, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 36/2012, shall be arranged:

table of contents

Type/Clause

Object/Label

Section 1
General provisions

§ 1.

Scope

§ 2.

Forms and extent of the tyre test

§ 3.

Examination Areas

Section 2
Pre-Review

§ 4.

Examination dates of the preliminary examination

§ 5.

Examination areas of the preliminary examination

§ 6.

Conduct of the preliminary examination

Section 3
Main Check

1. Subsection
Pre-scientific work

§ 7.

Examination Area

§ 8.

Topic-setting, content and scope of pre-scientific work

§ 9.

Implementation of the pre-scientific work

§ 10.

Examination dates of the pre-scientific work

2. Subsection
Clause Check

§ 11.

Examination dates of the examination

§ 12.

Examination areas of the examination

§ 13.

Tasks of the standardized examination areas

§ 14.

Tasks of non-standardised examination areas

§ 15.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "German", "Slovenian", "Croatian" and "Hungarian" (as the language of instruction)

§ 16.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "Living foreign language (eight years)", "Living foreign language (six years)", Living foreign language (four years) "and" Living foreign language (three years old) "

§ 17.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "Latin" and "Greek"

§ 18.

Content and scope of the written examination in the "Mathematics" examination area

§ 19.

Content and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Performing Geometry"

§ 20.

Content and scope of the written examination in the "Physics" examination area

§ 21.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Biology and Environmental Studies"

§ 22.

Content and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "Music Education" and "Musikkunde"

§ 23.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Bildnerische educated"

§ 24.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Sportkunde"

§ 25.

Performance of the examination

§ 26.

Oral compensation check

3. Subsection
Oral examination

§ 27.

Examination areas of the oral examination

§ 28.

Subject areas of the oral examinations

§ 29.

Competence-oriented tasks of the oral part-examinations

§ 30.

Conduct of the oral examination

Section 4
Special provisions

§ 31.

Special provisions for the Bundesgymnasium and Bundesrealgymnasium for Slovenes

§ 32.

Special provisions for the bilingual Bundesgymnasium in Oberwart

§ 33.

Special provisions for the Gymnasium with a third foreign language at the Public Gymnasium of the Theresianian Academy Foundation in Vienna

Section 5
Final provisions

§ 34.

Transitional provisions

§ 35.

Entry into force, external force

Section 1

General provisions

Scope

§ 1. This Regulation shall apply to public and public-sector higher education institutions (including special forms, other than the special forms for working schools), and to the implementation of the implementation of the Regulation the tyre test.

Forms and extent of the tyre test

§ 2. (1) The maturity examination consists of the Realgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training, at the Oberstufenrealgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training as well as at the Werkschulheim Felbertal from a preliminary examination and of a main examination, of the other forms from a main examination.

(2) The preliminary examination shall consist of oral, practical or oral and practical tests.

(3) The main examination shall consist of:

1.

of a pre-scientific work (including its presentation and discussion),

2.

a examination of the examination, consisting of written examination and, if necessary, oral compensations, and

3.

an oral examination, consisting of oral examinations.

After the election of the candidate for examination, three examination papers and three oral examinations or four examination papers and two oral examination examinations are to be taken.

(4) Additional exams pursuant to § 41 of the German School Teaching Act (SchUG) are subject to the provisions of the 3. To apply a section on the examination of the examination and the oral examination.

(5) In the choice of subjects and examination areas, the principal or principal of the school shall ensure that at least either:

1.

the topic chosen for pre-scientific work, or

2.

the examination area of a fourth written written examination in accordance with § 12 (2) or (2) or

3.

An examination area of the oral examination

In special forms with special consideration of the arts or sports training and at the Werkschulheim Felbertal, the focus of the special form in question and on the other forms to be assigned to the school-autonomous focus is.

Examination Areas

§ 3. (1) The pre-scientific work includes a thematic position corresponding to the educational goal of the higher education institution. In addition, an examination area comprises the entire teaching material of the upper level of the (school autonomous) teaching subject, unless otherwise specified in the following provisions.

(2) If, in all school grades, the upper level was a language other than the German language, or in addition to the language of instruction, the maturity examination-except in the language examination areas and in the examination area "Mathematics"-is (standardized)-in this language instead of the German language or language. in both teaching languages at approximately the same level. In these cases, the tasks in both languages shall be drawn up. At the Bundesgymnasium and the Bundesrealgymnasium (Bundesgymnasium) and the Federal Realgymnasium (Bundesgymnasium) for Slovenes, the examination area "Mathematics" (standardized) contains the tasks in Slovenian and German language.

(3) At the request of the candidate for examination or of the candidate for examination, the examination of the maturity test in individual examination areas is omitted if they have been successfully completed within the framework of the professional qualification test and if the school manager or the The head of the school determines the equivalence of the test.

(4) In the event of impairment of a body or sensory impairment, which is likely to influence the outcome of the examination, the chairperson or chairperson shall take steps in the organisation and implementation of the The examination must be carried out without any change in the level of requirements, which, if possible, allows for the examination by the examiner concerned or the candidate for examination of the examination subject to be made accessible to the applicant. The head of the school or the head of the school must make the necessary instipations.

Section 2

Pre-Review

Examination dates of the preliminary examination

§ 4. (1) At the Realgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training and at the Oberstufenrealgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training, the preliminary examinations at the first-time start depending on the athletic training Focus within the last ten weeks of the penultimate school level or within the first semester of the last school level. Repetitions have to take place within the winter semester and within the last 15 weeks of the course year, depending on the athletic focus. The concrete examination dates, including those for repetitions, must be determined by the school authority of the first instance, with reference to the content orientation, and shall be made available four weeks before the examination. In the case of admission to the school, it must be submitted to the head of the school or to the head of the school at the latest two weeks before the examination date.

(2) At the Werkschulheim Felbertal, the preliminary examination at the first time

1.

with regard to the practical tests referred to in Article 5 (2) (1) to (3) within the last five weeks of the 8. Class and

2.

as regards the oral (part) examinations in accordance with § 5 (2) (1) to (3) within the first two weeks of teaching of the 9. Class

to be held. Repetitions have taken place within the last eight weeks of the winter semester and within the last five weeks of the course year. Paragraph 1 penultimate and final sentence shall apply.

(3) In the event of the prevention of a partial examination, the partial examination in question may, if possible, be carried out in the same examination date, otherwise in the next examination date following the omission of the prevention base with a new task shall be filed. In the event of a permanent physical impairment, which is contrary to a successful filing of a partial examination of the preliminary examination in accordance with paragraph 1, even in the case of acceptance of § 3 para. 4, the partial examination in question shall not be replaced by no substitute.

Examination areas of the preliminary examination

§ 5. (1) The pre-examination comprises at the Realgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training and at the Oberstufenrealgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training depending on the school established at the relevant school. Four practical partial examinations in the examination area "Movement and Sport, Areas of Movement ..." (with an addition pointing to the selected movement ranges).

(2) The pre-examination comprises the following examination areas at the Werkschulheim Felbertal, depending on the training of the craft:

1.

in the training of craft trades "Mechanical engineering"

a)

A practical test in the examination area "Workshop and Production Technology" and

b)

an oral examination in the examination area "Fachkunde" and

c)

A practical examination and an oral examination in the examination area "Engineering Teaching" and

d)

an oral examination in the examination area "Business Administration",

2.

in the craft training "Mechatronics"

a)

A practical test in the examination area "Workshop and Production Technology" and

b)

an oral examination in the examination area "Fachkunde" and

c)

A practical examination and an oral examination in the examination area "Workshop Laboratory" and

d)

an oral examination in the examination area "Business Administration",

3.

in the handcraft training "Tischlereitechnik"

a)

A practical test in the examination area "Workshop and Production Technology" and

b)

An oral examination in the examination area "Specials (tool, material and style)" and

c)

a practical examination and an oral examination in the examination area "FachDrawing und Engineering" and

d)

an oral examination in the examination area "Betriebswirtschaftslehre" (Business Administration).

Conduct of the preliminary examination

§ 6. (1) The head of the school or the principal shall take the necessary steps to ensure that the preliminary examination is carried out properly. A test protocol shall be carried out over the course of the preliminary examination.

(2) At the Realgymnasium (Realgymnasium) with special consideration of the athletic training and at the Oberstufenrealgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training, the examination candidates have before the latest two weeks before the examination to indicate which range of movement they have chosen for the examination areas in accordance with Section 5 (1).

(3) At the Werkschulheim Felbertal, the practical test according to § 5 paragraph 2 Z 1 to 3 has lit. c of one of the relevant subject-matter within the framework of the teaching of the 8. Class as well as work done as a housework. The working time shall be 60 to 80 hours.

(4) The oral (part) examination in accordance with § 5 (2) (Z) 1 to (3) shall last at least five minutes and a maximum of 15 minutes.

Section 3

Main Check

1. Subsection

Pre-scientific work

Examination Area

§ 7. The pre-scientific work consists of a written work to be prepared on a pre-scientific level on a topic in accordance with § 3, including its presentation and discussion.

Topic-setting, content and scope of pre-scientific work

§ 8. (1) In agreement between the supervisor of the pre-scientific work and the candidate for examination, or the candidate for examination, the topic of the topic has to be made in the first semester of the penultimate school level. In principle, a teacher or teacher has up to three, but at most five, pre-scientific work per tire test year, and only supervise such preliminary work in respect of which he or she is responsible for the necessary work. professional or non-professional (informal) competence and professional competence. It should be noted that in addition to extensive specialist knowledge, pre-scientific working methods are to be demonstrated. To this end, it is necessary that different sources of information, with appropriate use and the use of new media and suitable learning and working techniques, allow for the development of target-based information on the subject area. Related issues are to be recorded independently using appropriate methods and should be sensibly questioned and critically problematic on the basis of logical ways of thinking. Both the written work as well as the presentation and discussion should give an opportunity, in addition to clear definition at a high level, differentiated expressivity, extensive knowledge, methodology, independence as well as communication- and discourtesy.

(2) The defined subject as well as the expected horizon agreed in the course of the topic finding is to be submitted to the school authority of first instance by the end of March of the penultimate school level in the service path for approval. The School Authority of the first instance has to give its approval by the end of April of the penultimate school level or, at the same time, to request the submission of a new topic with a grace period.

(3) In the event of a negative assessment of the examination area "pre-scientific work" by the Examination Commission, a new thematic position within the meaning of paragraph 1 shall be established within two weeks after a negative assessment. The School Authority of the first instance has to agree to the subject within two weeks or to require the submission of a new topic in the form of a grace period.

(4) The written work has a volume of around 40 000 to 60 000 characters, including spaces, exclusive foreword, list of contents, literature and abbreviations, to be included. In agreement with the supervisor, she may also be drawn up in a foreign language that is attended by the candidate for examination or by the candidate for examination.

(5) Within the scope of the written work, an abstract is to be created in the scope of approximately 1 000 to 1 500 characters, including spaces, in which the subject, the question, the problem formulation and the essential results are to be presented conclusively. . The abstract is to be written in German or English.

(6) The written work was written in a living foreign language (par. 4 last sentence), the presentation and discussion may be held at the request of the candidate for examination or the examination candidate and with the agreement of all the members of the Commission in this foreign language.

Implementation of the pre-scientific work

§ 9. (1) The written work is to be processed and completed as a self-employed work outside of the teaching period, with the participation of the results of the teaching. In the last school level, continuous care must be carried out, which is to be carried out under observation of the progress of the work. The support includes the areas of construction of the work, working methodology, self-organization, schedule, structure and focus of the work, organizational concerns as well as the requirements with regard to the presentation and discussion, whereby the The independence of the services must not be impaired.

(2) The preparation of the work must be documented in an accompanying protocol to be drawn up by the examination candidate or by the candidate for examination, which in any case has to lead to the workflow as well as to the tools and assistance used. The accompanying protocol shall be annexed to the written work.

(3) In order to document the work, records, in particular endorsements, on the implementation of discussions within the framework of the topic finding and the definition of the expected horizon, as well as in the course of the supervision and after completion of the work in the With regard to the presentation and discussion, to lead and to join the audit protocol.

(4) The duration of the presentation and the discussion shall be ten to 15 minutes per examination candidate and candidate.

Examination dates of the pre-scientific work

§ 10. The first submission of the written work must be made by the end of the first week of the second semester of the last school stage, both in digital and in two-printed form. The periods for the submission of written work in the case of repetition of the pre-scientific work are the first week of instruction, the first five days of instruction in December and the first week of the second semester.

2. Subsection

Clause Check

Examination dates of the examination

§ 11. The examination dates for the standardized examination areas (examination papers and oral compensation tests) are assigned separately in accordance with § 36 (4) (2) and (3) of the German School Education Act (Schulunterrichtsgesetz).

Examination areas of the examination

§ 12. (1) The examination of the exams shall include, subject to the special provisions of the 4. Section, in case of three written examinations, a written written examination from the following examination areas:

1.

"German" (standardized),

2.

If you choose the examination candidate, if you have a total of at least ten hours per week in the upper level (standardized in English, French, Italian and Spanish), please contact:

a)

"Living foreign language (eight years)" or

b)

"Living foreign language (six years old)" or

c)

"Living foreign language (four years)" or

d)

"Living foreign language (three years old)" and

3.

"Mathematics" (standardized).

(2) In addition to the examination areas referred to in paragraph 1, the examination subject to the examination shall include a further written examination after the examination candidate has been elected or the candidate for examination in the following examination areas:

1.

Examination area referred to in paragraph 1 (2), if not elected,

2.

"Latin" (standardized),

3.

"Greek" (standardized),

4.

"Representing geometry",

5.

"Physics" (at the Realgymnasium and the Oberstufenrealgymnasium if school work is planned for the course),

6.

"Biology and Environmental Science" (at the Realgymnasium and the Oberstufenrealgymnasium, if school work is planned for the course),

7.

"Musikkunde", only electable at the Realgymnasium and Oberstufenrealgymnasium with special consideration of the arts education for students of music,

8.

"Music education", only selectable at the Gymnasium, Realgymnasium and Oberstufenrealgymnasium, with special consideration of the arts education,

9.

"Bildnerische educated", only electable at the Gymnasium, Realgymnasium and Oberstufenrealgymnasium, with special consideration of the arts education,

10.

"Sportkunde", only electable at the Realgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training and at the Oberstufenrealgymnasium with special consideration of the athletic training,

11.

Examination area according to a (school autonomous) subject (standardized in the foreign languages mentioned in Z 2), provided that it has been conducted in the upper level with at least ten full week hours and in the curriculum, at least in the last two levels of school work.

(3) The selection of the examination areas in accordance with Section 1 (2) and (2) and their announcement by the candidate for examination or the candidate's candidate has up to 15. Jänner of the last school level to be made.

(4) In the case of a negative assessment of a written examination, the examination shall also include the oral compensation test in the examination area concerned, if any, requested by the examination candidate or by the examination candidate.

Tasks of the standardized examination areas

§ 13. (1) The tasks for standardised examination areas as well as the corresponding correction and assessment instructions are to be submitted to one or more persons or persons to be appointed by the head of the school or by the head of the school. shall be transmitted or physically handed over. The transmission or transfer shall be carried out in a manner which guarantees the secrecy of the secrecy as soon as possible for the purpose of checking and, nevertheless, in a timely manner, so that the necessary precautions can be taken for the implementation. The tasks shall then be kept in the school until immediately before the commencement of the examination in question in a manner which ensures confidentiality. The correction and assessment instructions shall be kept in a manner ensuring secrecy until the end of the examination in question and shall then be handed out to the examiner or to the examiner.

(2) The content and scope of the tasks in the examination areas "Living foreign language (six years)", "Living foreign language (four years)", "Living foreign language (three years)" and "Latin" shall be subject to the following provisions: Examination areas for the number of hours per week, the years of learning and the different requirements to be taken into consideration. In the examination areas according to § 12 paragraph 1 Z 2 the tasks in the respective foreign language are to be drawn up.

Tasks of non-standardised examination areas

§ 14. (1) For the non-standard examination areas of the examination examination, the examiners shall draw up a task which shall contain at least two independent tasks and shall be the first instance of the school board as a Submit a proposal by service. The proposed task has to contain a unique work order. It must not have been prepared in the classroom to such an extent that its processing does not require a self-employed performance. In the examination areas according to § 12 paragraph 1 Z 2 the tasks in the respective foreign language are to be drawn up.

(2) The proposal referred to in paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by the aids and tools to be made available for processing or an indication of their permitted use in the examination. Only such aids or aids which have been used in the classroom and which do not constitute an impairment of their independence in the performance of the tasks may be used. The proposal also includes any texts, translations, response dispositions, summaries of audio texts, edits, etc. as well as the requirements and expectations relevant for the individual assessment stages in the processing and resolution of the tasks.

(3) In the event of a lack of suitability of the proposed task or of the aids or aids provided, the school authority of the first instance has to obtain the submission of a new proposal or a supplement to the proposal. The established task is to be announced by the principal or the principal under the guarantee of secrecy. After a long period of time, they shall be kept from the head of the school, or from the head of the school, until such time as they have been examined in a manner which guarantees the secrecy.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "German", "Slovenian", "Croatian" and "Hungarian" (as the language of instruction)

§ 15. (1) In the course of the examination in the examination areas "German", "Slovenian", "Croatian" and "Hungarian", the examination candidates are assigned a task with three tasks, of which one task is a literary be subject to the written presentation of the language in question. One of the tasks is to be selected and fully processed. Each of the three tasks shall be divided into two sub-tasks, independent of each other, to be worked in writing. Both sub-tasks have to deal with the competence areas "content dimension", "text structure", "style and expression" as well as "normative language richness".

(2) The working environment of the two sub-tasks has approximately 900 words (in the examination area "German"), respectively. Approximately 800 words (in the "Slovenian", "Croatian" and "Hungarian" examination areas) and the working time has to be 300 minutes.

(3) The use of an (electronic) dictionary is permitted. The use of lexica or electronic information media is not permitted.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "Living foreign language (eight years)", "Living foreign language (six years)", Living foreign language (four years) "and" Living foreign language (three years old) "

§ 16. (1) In the course of the written examination in the examination areas "Living foreign language (eight years)", "Living foreign language (six years)", "Living foreign language (four years)" and "Living foreign language (three years)", the examination candidates are Candidates must submit a task in writing with four independent tasks in the relevant language, whereby listening texts are to be played twice. The tasks, which can be divided into independent tasks, relate to the receptive competences "reading and listening comprehends" as well as the productive competences "language use in the context and writing". The "Writing" role shall be divided into at least two sub-tasks, which are independent in writing. The presentation and processing of the tasks must be carried out separately in the sequence and in a time sequence.

(2) According to the requirements of the curriculum, in the examination area "Living foreign language (eight years)", the working environment of the "writing competence" task area has approximately 650 words (in the non-standardized foreign languages "Croatian", "Slovenian", "Hungarian" and "Russian" are about 550 words) and the working time is 270 minutes, with 60 minutes to the "Reading comprehension" role, 45 minutes to the "listening comprehension" role, 45 minutes to the job " language use in the Context "and 120 minutes to the role" writing competence " to have been omitted.

(3) According to the requirements of the curriculum, in the examination areas "Living foreign language (six years old)", "Living foreign language (four years)" and "Living foreign language (three years)", have the working environment of the area of responsibility "writing competence" zirka 400 words (in the non-standardised foreign languages "Croatian", "Slovenian", "Hungarian" and "Russian" about 350 words) and the working time to be 270 minutes, 60 minutes to the "reading comprehension" role, 40 minutes to the Listening comprehends role, 45 minutes to the role "Language use in the context" and 125 minutes have to be removed from the "Write competence" role.

(4) The use of auxiliary agents is not permitted in the standardised foreign languages. In non-standard foreign languages, the use of an (electronic) dictionary is permissible, the use of lexicons or electronic information media is not permitted.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "Latin" and "Greek"

§ 17. (1) In the course of the written examination in the examination areas "Latin" and "Greek", the examination candidates are to be assigned a task with two independent tasks, which can be divided into partial tasks, in writing. One of the two tasks has the competence area "Translation" and the other has to deal with the competence area "Interpretation". The competence area "Translation" has a translation from a Latin or the original Greek text (production of a text equivalent to the content, meaning and function which takes into account the text standards of the target language). The competence area "Interpretation" has one of a Latin and/or The Greek original text should include an analysis and interpretation of ten tasks (with reference to comparative materials and also including the text-related environment). In the "Latin" examination area, the different requirement profiles of four-and six-year Latin are to be taken into account in the preparation of the tasks and the selection of the texts.

(2) The scope of both tasks in the examination areas "Latin" (six years) and "Greek" shall be up to 220 words, of which at least 120 words in the translation part and at least 80 words in the interpretation part. The working environment of both tasks is to be up to 210 words in the "Latin" examination area (four years), of which at least 110 words in the translation section and at least 80 words in the interpretation part. The working time has to be 270 minutes.

(3) The use of an (electronic) dictionary is permitted. The use of lexica or electronic information media is not permitted.

Content and scope of the written examination in the "Mathematics" examination area

§ 18. (1) In the course of the written examination in the examination area "Mathematics", the examination candidates must submit a task in writing with two independent tasks. A role has to deal with several independent tasks in fundamental areas of competence (basic skills). The second role has independent tasks, which can be divided into sub-tasks, in in-depth areas of competence with context-related or intra-mathematical problems for the networking and independent application of To include basic competencies and their further reflections (networking of basic skills). The two areas of responsibility are to be presented and edited separately in chronological sequence.

(2) Working time shall be 270 minutes, with 120 minutes being allocated to the "Basic Competences" role and 150 minutes to the "Networking of basic skills" role.

(3) In the processing of both tasks, the use of conventional writing instruments, pencils, rulers, geo-triangle and circles as well as the use of approved formula collections and electronic means of aid are permissible. The minimum requirements for electronic aids are basic functions for the representation of function graphs, for the numerical solving of equations and equation systems, for the determination of derivation and/or control systems. Stem functions, numerical integration as well as support for methods and procedures in stochastics.

Content and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Performing Geometry"

§ 19. (1) In the course of the written examination in the examination area "Performing Geometry", the examination candidates are to be assigned a task with three to five independent tasks, which can be divided into partial tasks. To provide a written presentation of different dimensions of action with balanced requirements for the use of classical-design and computer-assisted methods. At least one task has to be application-oriented.

(2) The working time shall be 270 minutes.

Content and scope of the written examination in the "Physics" examination area

§ 20. (1) In the course of the written examination in the "Physics" examination area, the examination candidates are assigned a task with three or four independent tasks from different subject areas and dimensions of action. in writing. Tasks that may be divided into sub-tasks, with practice-oriented or experimental components, have to contain fictitious measurement results which can be used to solve the theoretical part of the task in question, even in the case of defective or defective parts. unsolved practical or experimental partial administration.

(2) The working time shall be 270 minutes.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Biology and Environmental Studies"

§ 21. (1) In the course of the written examination in the examination area "Biology and Environmental Studies", the examination candidates shall be assigned a task with three or four independent tasks, which may be divided into partial tasks. different subject areas and dimensions of action in writing. Tasks with practice-oriented or experimental components have to contain fictitious measurement results, which are a solution of the theoretical part of the task in question, even in the case of faulty or unsolved practical or experimental components. Enable Sub-Task.

(2) The working time shall be 270 minutes.

Content and scope of the written examination in the examination areas "Music Education" and "Musikkunde"

§ 22. (1) In the course of the examination in the examination areas "Music Education" and "Musikkunde", the examination candidates are assigned a task with four tasks in the areas of competence "Tonsatz", "Formenlehre", "Musikgeschichte" and "Musichistory" and "Musicians". "hearing education" shall be submitted in writing. If necessary for the processing of the tasks, a keyboard/piano with headphones, a sound carrier with playback device and headphones or computers with notation and sound processing programs can be used.

(2) The working time shall be 300 minutes.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Bildnerische educated"

§ 23. (1) In the course of the written examination in the examination area "Bildnerische educated" ("Bildnerische educated"), the examination candidates must submit a task in writing with a practical and theoretical task.

(2) The working time shall be 420 minutes. It must be interrupted for a reasonable period of time.

Contents and scope of the written examination in the examination area "Sportkunde"

§ 24. (1) In the course of the written examination in the examination area "Sportkunde", the examination candidates must present a task with three different tasks, which may be divided into partial tasks, in writing.

(2) The working time shall be 270 minutes.

Performance of the examination

§ 25. (1) The head of the school or the head of the school shall take the necessary steps to ensure the proper conduct of the written examination. In the context of the supervisory board, measures against the use of illicit tools must also be put in place. Examination candidates who disrupt the proper conduct of the examination and do not comply with orders of the supervising person shall be excluded from the (further) consideration of the examination.

(2) The exact date of the examination shall be announced to the examiners at the latest one week before the beginning of the examination.

(3) Clause work in the examination areas pursuant to § 12 paragraph 1 Z 2 shall be deposited in the foreign language concerned. In addition, in agreement between the examiner and the examiner as well as the candidate for examination or the examination candidate, examination papers in other, non-standardised examination areas may be entirely or substantially in part in a In this case, a lack of knowledge of the living foreign language in the assessment of the performance of a foreign language is not considered and the use of the living foreign language (without assessment relevance) is included in the Certificate of maturity examination in the relevant examination area.

(4) If a partial assessment of the examination of the examination is to be determined with "not enough", this decision shall be made by the examiner and the candidate at the earliest, but no later than one week before the scheduled date for the oral examination. Proof of compensation has been shown to be known.

(5) Over the course of the examination, a protocol must be carried out by the supervising person in which, in any event, the beginning and the end of the examination, absences from the examination room, the dates of the discharge of the work and any particular special items Events have occurred.

Oral compensation check

§ 26. (1) In case of a negative assessment of the examination by the examination board, the examiner may apply for a negative evaluation no later than three days after the date of the announcement of the negative assessment, an oral question To remove the compensation check.

(2) The provisions of the examination according to § § 13 and 14 shall apply mutaly to the terms of the task.

(3) For the purposes of implementation, § 30 (2) to (4) shall apply with the proviso that a reasonable period of at least 30 minutes shall be granted in preparation for preparation and that the examination period shall not exceed 25 minutes.

3. Subsection

Oral examination

Examination areas of the oral examination

§ 27. (1) In the course of the oral examination, oral examination of the following examination areas may be carried out in accordance with the conditions laid down in the second and third para.

1.

"Religion",

2.

"German",

3.

"Slovenian",

4.

"Croatian",

5.

"Hungarian",

6.

"Living foreign language (eight years)",

7.

"Living foreign language (six years old)",

8.

"Living foreign language (four years)",

9.

"Living foreign language (three years old)",

10.

'foreign language elective subject' to the extent of at least six hours per week in the upper level,

11.

"Latin",

12.

"Greek",

13.

"History and Social Studies/Political Education",

14.

"Geography and economic science",

15.

"Mathematics",

16.

"Representing geometry",

17.

"Biology and Environmental Science",

18.

"Chemistry",

19.

"Physics",

20.

"Psychology and Philosophy",

21.

"Music education" (four years in the upper stage),

22.

"Bildnerische educated" (four-year-old in the upper level),

23.

"Sports customer",

24.

Examination area according to a (autonomous) duty, free or elective subject, which was attended in the upper level in the amount of at least four hours until at least the penultimate school level,

25.

"Musikkunde",

26.

"Instrumental lessons",

27.

"Image design and work education".

(2) Depending on the chosen form of examination, the oral examination according to § 2 (3) of the last sentence after the election of the candidate for examination or of the examination candidate has three or two oral examinations of the content and subject-matter of different examination areas. in accordance with paragraph 1 (1) to (27). Only such examination areas can be chosen, the corresponding subjects of which are subject to three oral examinations at the upper level of the upper level for a total of at least 15 hours per week and for two oral examinations in the upper level. have been visited for a total of at least 10 hours per week. In this case, the subject-matter of the examination subject can be supplemented by a "elective subject for deepening and extending the pupil visited by the student, visited by the examination candidate or by the examination candidate". .

(3) The examination area "Religion" or an examination area corresponding to a free subject may only be chosen if the subject-matter corresponding to the examination area at least in the last school level provided for in the course of the course has been visited and, if it is not attended, the successful dislocation of an external examination has been demonstrated.

(4) The selection of the examination areas pursuant to para. 1 to 3 as well as their announcement by the candidate for examination or the candidate's candidate has up to 15. Jänner of the last school level to be made.

Subject areas of the oral examinations

§ 28. (1) For each examination area of the oral examination, the head of the school or the head of the school has to convene a conference to convene the respective teachers and, if necessary, other qualified teachers. This conference of teachers and teachers has to define three, but a total of 24 subject areas for each final class or group for each examination area in accordance with § 27 (1) per week of the week in the upper level, and by the end of November at the latest. to make kund the last school level according to § 79 of the school teaching law.

(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the following number of subject areas shall be determined by the teachers ' conference for the given examination areas:

1.

Six thematic areas for "instrumental teaching" and "visual design and work education",

2.

for the " For the deepening and expansion of the student Compulsory subject-matter visited by the pupil "Electoral subject" Educational education "and" Music education " ten subject areas,

3.

for "Living foreign language (three years)", "Bildnerisches Gestalten und Werkerattracting" as well as for the supplementary elective subject "Informatics" for each 12 subject areas (for each additional hour of the week in the upper level two additional subject areas),

4.

for "Living foreign language (four years)", "Latin", "Greek" and "musical education" (for seven hours per week) and "Bildnerische educated" (seven hours per week), 18 subject areas per week and

5.

for "musical education" and "Bildnerische educated" (eight hours per week each) 20 subject areas.

If an item of instruction corresponding to an examination area is supplemented by a "elective subject for deepening and extension of the student visited by the student, visited by the examination candidate or by the examination candidate", the subject shall be supplemented by: to determine the number of subjects aliquot to the hours of the subject and the subject of the compulsory elective.

(3) The presentation of all subject areas for the drawing of two subject areas by the examination candidate or the examination candidate has to be made by the chairperson or the chairperson of the examination board in such a way that the examination candidate or the examination candidate Examination candidates are not known in the drawing, which two subject areas they or he draws. One of the two topics drawn is to be chosen by the candidate for examination or by the candidate for the oral examination.

Competence-oriented tasks of the oral part-examinations

§ 29. (1) In the course of the oral part-examination, each candidate for examination and each candidate for examination in the selected subject area is a competency-oriented task, which is to carry out independent tasks with requirements in the areas of Reproductions and transfer services, as well as reflection and problem solving can be submitted in writing. At the same time as the task is to be carried out, the necessary tools for handling the tasks are to be provided.

(2) Each examiner and each examiner shall draw up at least two competency-oriented tasks for each subject area in the case of more than one examination candidate or one of the examiners.

(3) In the examination areas "German", "Slovenian", "Hungarian", "Croatian", "Latin" and "Greek", the task is to be regarded as starting from a text.

(4) In the examination areas "Living foreign language (age of eight)", "Living foreign language (six years)", "Living foreign language (four years)", "Living foreign language (three years)" and "Electoral subject living foreign language", the tasks have been One monologue and one dialogic task each.

(5) In the examination areas "instrumental teaching" and "pictorial design and work education", a sample of the practical skills is to be laid down in connection with the task.

Conduct of the oral examination

§ 30. (1) In the non-teaching period prior to the oral examination, working groups may be set up to prepare for the oral examination. The preparation in the working groups has to include up to four teaching units per course of teaching, which form an examination area. In the working groups, the examination-relevant competence requirements in the respective examination area are to be addressed, examination situations are to be analysed and instructions for learning how to cope with the learning contents are to be given.

(2) The principal or principal shall take the necessary measures to ensure the proper conduct of the oral examination. The course of the oral examination shall be subject to a test protocol.

(3) The Chairman or Chairperson shall ensure that the examination is conducted in accordance with the law.

(4) In order to prepare for each oral examination, a reasonable period of at least 20 minutes with regard to the examination area and the task, in the examination areas "Living foreign language (eight years)", "Living foreign language" (6 years) "," Living foreign language (four years) "," Living foreign language (three years) "and" Electoral subject matter living foreign language ", however, must be given at least 15 minutes. There is no longer time to use for any oral examination than is necessary for obtaining a safe assessment. The duration of the examination shall not be less than ten minutes and shall not exceed 20 minutes.

(5) Oral examinations in the examination areas pursuant to § 27 (1) Z 3 to 10 are to be deposited in the foreign language concerned. In addition, in agreement between the examiner and the examiner, as well as the candidate for examination or the candidate for examination, an oral examination may be carried out in the examination areas according to § 27 (1) Z 13 to 27 in full or in substantial parts of the examination subject. of a living foreign language; in this case, a lack of knowledge of the living foreign language in the assessment of the performance is not considered and is the use of the living foreign language (without assessment relevance) in the certificate of the maturity test in the relevant examination area.

Section 4

Special provisions

Special provisions for the Bundesgymnasium and Bundesrealgymnasium for Slovenes

§ 31. (1) By way of derogation from § 12, the examination examination shall include the following examination areas:

1.

For three retreats:

a)

"Slovenian" (standardized),

b)

"German" (standardized) and

c)

"Mathematics" (standardized);

2.

for four examinations:

a)

"Slovenian" (standardized),

b)

"German" (standardized),

c)

"Mathematics" (standardized) and

d)

After the election of the candidate for examination or of the candidate for examination

aa)

"Living foreign language (eight years old)" (in English, French, Italian, Spanish) or

bb)

"Latin" (at high school, standardized) or

cc)

"Darstellende Geometry" (at Realgymnasium) or

dd)

"Biology and Environmental Studies" (at Realgymnasium, when school work is planned), or

ee)

"Physics" (at the Realgymnasium, if school work is planned for the course).

(2) The competent national school inspector or the competent national school inspector shall be the subject inspector or specialist inspector responsible for the Bundesgymnasium and the Bundesrealgymnasium for Slovenes. If another expert or other expert is entrusted with the chairmanship of the Presidency, then this or that expert must master the Slovenian language.

Special provisions for the bilingual Bundesgymnasium in Oberwart

§ 32. (1) By way of derogation from § 12, the examination examination shall include the following examination areas:

1.

For three retreats:

a)

"Croatian" or "Hungarian" (in each case standardized),

b)

"German" (standardized) and

c)

"Mathematics" (standardized);

2.

for four examinations:

a)

"Croatian" or "Hungarian" (in each case standardized),

b)

"German" (standardized),

c)

"Mathematics" (standardized) and

d)

According to the choice of candidate for examination "Living foreign language (eight years)" (standardized in English, French, Italian, Spanish) or "Latin" (standardized).

(2) The competent national school inspector or the competent national school inspector shall apply for Croatian or non-Croatian. Hungarian competent specialist inspector or competent specialist inspector. If another expert or other expert is entrusted with the chairmanship, it must be the Croatian and/or the other expert who is responsible for the chairmanship. dominate the Hungarian language.

Special provisions for the Gymnasium with a third foreign language at the Public Gymnasium of the Theresianian Academy Foundation in Vienna

§ 33. By way of derogation from § 12, the examination of the examination has to include a written examination in the following examination areas for three examinations:

1.

"German" (standardized),

2.

If you have chosen the examination candidate, if you have a total of at least ten hours per week in the upper level (in Latin, English, French, Italian, Spanish, standardized):

a)

"Latin" or

b)

"Living foreign language (eight years)" or

c)

"Living foreign language (six years old)" or

d)

"Living foreign language (four years)" or

e)

"Living foreign language (three years old)" and

3.

"Mathematics" (standardized).

In the course of four examinations, the examination of the examination has to include a further written examination after the election of the candidate for examination or of the candidate from an examination area not yet selected in accordance with Z 2.

Section 5

Final provisions

Transitional provisions

§ 34. (1) The Regulation on tyre testing in the higher education institutions of general education, BGBl. No 432/1990, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 211/2008, shall continue to apply to tyre tests up to the date of effect of this Regulation in accordance with Article 35 (1) and to the repetition of such maturity checks even beyond the date of this effective date.

(2) By way of derogation from Section 8 (1), the topic of the pre-scientific work has to be determined with regard to those candidates who are candidates for examination, which are:

1.

Repeat the last school level in special forms according to § 36 paragraph 1 Z 1 in the school year 2014/15, until end of September 2014 and

2.

Repeat the last school level in the other forms of higher education in general education in the school year 2013/14 until the end of September 2013

shall be made.

(3) By way of derogation from § 18 (3), in the case of exams in the examination area "Mathematics" up to the main date of 2017 as well as in case of any repetition of this examination work beyond this deadline, the use of the two tasks shall be conventional writing instruments, pencils, rulers, geo-triangle and circles, as well as the use of approbated formula collections and electronic means of aid.

Entry into force, external force

§ 35. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 September 2012 and shall be different from that date.

1.

with regard to the Werkschulheimes and the Realgymnasium as well as the Oberstufenrealgymnasium with special consideration of the music training for students of the music on tyre tests with main appointment from 2015 and

2.

With regard to the other forms of higher education in general education, with main appointment as of 2014

,

(2) With the entry into force of this Regulation, the Regulation of the Federal Minister for Education, Arts and Sport shall enter into force on the examination of the maturity of the general education of higher schools, BGBl. No 432/1990, as amended by the BGBl Regulations. No 789/1992, BGBl. II No 232/1998, BGBl. II No 96/2000, BGBl. II No 270/2004, BGBl. II No 123/2007 and BGBl. II No 211/2008, except for force.

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