Professional bac: 59,8% admitted in the first round


Like the students of general and technological terminal, those of the vocational stream awaited Tuesday, July 6, the results of the baccalaureate. If there was not a crowd in front of the notice boards at the entrance of their establishment, it is because they now receive their notes by e-mail.

At the Daniella Jeffry vocational high school (formerly LPO), 59,8% of those enrolled were admitted in the first round. About thirty students had to take the remedial tests scheduled for Thursday, July 8.

A success rate in the first round well below the national average (82%) and that of the Academy of Guadeloupe: 80,3% against 92,2%, or 10,7 points less than in the 2020 session And also much lower than last year (91%), but according to Janine Hamlet, the principal of the establishment, it is not comparable. Indeed, in 2020, following the health crisis and confinement, obtaining the diploma depended on continuous monitoring. While this year, students had to take an exam comprising seven compulsory tests. This is why it is better to compare the 2021 results with those of 2019 where the success rate in the first round was slightly lower: 51,8%. "It's not bad considering the context" relativizes Janine Hamlet in reference to the results of this year.

Indeed, today's terminales are the first of last year and the months of confinement and other disruptions in their schooling have kept them away from school while their course is oriented on the application of knowledge and the convenient. Difficulties which also impacted CAP students.

The latter as well as those of the Complementary Mention had received their results at the end of last week. 56 students out of 80 were admitted to the CAP (70%) and 5 out of 7 the additional mention, or 71,4%.


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