Excellent teaching leads to great exam results

Screen Shot 2017-07-06 at 22.42.07The results of the first group of the 2017 baccalaureate have confirmed the quality of the courses offered to pupils in the Principality, with an overall success rate of more than 94 percent, with 311 special mentions out of 420 pupils, including 75 “TB”, 81 “B”and 155 mentions “AB”.

The high quality of results in 2017 testifies once again to the quality of teaching delivered by the Directorate of National Education, Youth and Sports of the Principality, the commitment of management personnel and the entire educational community in the implementation of the policy of the Government of the Principality in the field of education, the Government said.

Very good results were recorded by the pupils of the Lycée Albert 1er and François d’Assise-Nicolas Barré (FANB) with a success rate of 94.92 percent and 197 mentions for 255 candidates, including 70 “TB” 55 mentions “B” and 72 mentions “AB”.

On the technology side, the overall success rate was 90.28 percent. At the Lycée Albert 1er, students achieved a 100 percent success rate for the STI2D series and 97.50 percent for the STMG series.

BTN students from the Monaco Technical and Hospitality School obtained a success rate of 66.67 before the second round. In terms of Professional Baccalaureats in the hotel, industrial and tertiary sectors, very good results have been obtained by the students of the Lycée Technique et Hôtelier of Monaco, with a total success rate of 92.55 percent, including 60 mentions, the “Cuisine” series, “Commerce” and “Marketing and Catering Services” achieving 100 percent success.

In higher education, students in the BTS Hôtellerie of the Lycée Technique et Hôtelier in Monaco had 91.67 percent success for Option A. For the Lycée Albert 1er, the students of the BTS “Accounting and Management of Organisations” achieve a success rate of 94.4 percent, while those of the BTS “Assistant Manager” achieved 100 percent.

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