Baccalaureate examination, the only way in the country to pass to the university, began as scheduled on Monday in Madagascar though the blackmail done by the teachers researchers.


Baccalaureate is an official examination that students in Madagascar must pass after sitting down school benches for at least 12 years. If they succeed this examination, students will have baccalaureate diploma, the only ticket to enter to the university.

The examination will last four days and has seven or eight subjects, including philosophy, Malagasy, French, Mathematics, Physics, Science, History and Geography, and the students has an option to do or not one foreign language as English, German or Spanish.

Dispatched in 252 exam centers, 160,998 students, including 47.45 percent are women and 52.55 percent are men, Madagascar began by philosophy on Monday, Beanjara, chief of Baccalaureate service under the ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research told Xinhua in an interview.

The number of participants increased by seven percent for the school year 2014-2015, the youngest of them is 11, the eldest is 72, Beanjara said.

Beanjara added that the ministry plans to issue the result in September 2015.
The success rate of the baccalaureate examination in Madagascar for the academic year 2013-2014 was 37 percent, Beanjara said.

National education in Madagascar was divided into 4 steps, namely primary school for five years, college first cycle during four years, college second cycle for three years, and university. Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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