By positioning the general outcomes for the 10 offices, the Upper east has the most astounding achievement rate with 68.36%

Haiti News FLASH: National achievement pace of tests diminished contrasted with the earlier year

The Service of National Training subsequent to having distributed the achievement rate for tests of the conventional baccalaureate for 9 offices, has quite recently made accessible the achievement paces of the Division of the North finishing the 10 offices for the scholarly year 2018-2019

As indicated by figures given by the National Agency of State Assessments (BUNEXE), the achievement rate at the national level for the 2018-2019 scholastic year is 45.90%, ie 24,130 conceded out of 52,573 members and 22,020 applicants deferred. A triumph rate lower than that of the scholastic year 2017-2018 which added up to 47.07% at the national level - 2018-for-10-departements.html

By positioning the general outcomes for the 10 offices, the Upper east has the most astounding achievement rate with 68.36% and the South the least achievement rate with 12%.

Achievement rates as indicated by the figures given by BUNEXE:

Northeast Department :
373 participants, 255 admitted, success rate 68.36% (112 candidates adjourned);

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (51.84%) and 2016/2017 (34.83%).

South Department :
3,317 participants, 2,138 admitted, pass rate 64.46% (1,017 candidates postponed);

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (60.01%) and 2016/2017 (69.23%).

Center Department :
4,132 participants, 2,379 admitted, success rate 57.58% (1,706 ajourned candidates);

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (54.42%) and 2016/2017 (39.37%).

Department of Nippes :
731 participants, 401 admitted success rate 54.86% (298 candidates adjourned).

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (49.69%) and 2016/2017 (41.1%).

Artibonite Department :
7,941 participants, 4,033 admitted, pass rate 50.79% (3,169 candidates ajourned);

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (37.47%) and 2016/2017 (28.83%).

North Department :
5,415 participants, 2,562 admitted, success rate 47.31% (2,264 candidates adjourned);

A success rate lower than the academic year 2017/2018 (48.02) but higher than 2016/2017 (43.61%).

Department of Grand'Anse :
346 participants, 156 admitted, success rate 45.09% (183 candidates adjourned);

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (42.37%)

Southeast Department :
2,463 participants, 1,017 admitted, success rate 41.29% (1,186 candidates adjourned);

A success rate lower than the academic year 2017/2018 (57.88) but higher than 2016/2017 (33.73%).

West Department :
27,830 participants, 11,186 admitted, success rate 40,19% (12,063 candidates ajourned);

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (35.89) and 2016/2017 (24.98%).

North West Department :
25 participants, 3 admitted, success rate 12.00% (22 candidates adjourned);

A success rate higher than the academic year 2017/2018 (39.48%) and 2016/2017 (29.76%).

The Ministry invites school officials to remove the list of their school from the Departmental Education Directorate (DDE) of their respective areas.

NOTE: The extraordinary session is scheduled from Tuesday 27 to Friday, August 30, 2019. The adjourned candidates will only compose in the subjects for which they did not obtain their average. For this purpose, they must consult the schedule of the examinations of the extraordinary session in order to clearly identify the day of the resumption of the concerned subjects.

The results of examinations for unsuccessful candidates and refreshed secondary students who are not concerned by the extraordinary session will be communicated later.

It should be noted that this year, the Ministry did not make the results available online per student, results that we made available on our site. If the situation changes we will inform you immediately.

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