Tunisia: Baccalaureate Re-Sit Session's Success Rate Stands At 45.57 Percent (Moe)

Tunis/Tunisia — 17,567 baccalaureate resitters out of 38,546 passed the 2021 exam, recording a success rate of 45.57% in the re-sit exam and 57.52% overall, two rates that have not been recorded for twenty years, says Exams Director General at the Education Ministry Omar Ouelbani.

In a statement to TAP, Ouelbani said that a total of 145,168 registered this year for the baccalaureate exam, 136,242 of whom took the tests and 78,396 passed, recalling that during the last three years 2020, 2019 and 2018, the general success rate in the baccalaureate (main and re-sit session) reached 42.13%, 45.62% and 41.72%.

He pointed out that 18 delegations have recorded a success rate higher than the national rate, namely Sfax 1 (75.73%) and Sfax 2 (74.73%).

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