In total, 664,300 candidates were accepted for the 2022 baccalaureate after the remedial session, i.e. a success rate of 91.1%, a figure down 2.8 points compared to June 2021, announced on Saturday July 9 , the Ministry of National Education.
After two sessions disrupted by the health crisis, this first edition of the "bac Blanquer" organized under almost normal conditions resulted in a general baccalaureate success rate of 96.1% (− 1.5 points compared to 2021), a technological baccalaureate success rate of 90.6% (−3.5 points) and a professional baccalaureate success rate of 82.3% (−4.5 points), detailed Rue de Grenelle in a press release.
Since the 2019 reform, the baccalaureate mark is based 40% on continuous assessment and 60% on final tests.
A rate higher than the years 2019, 2018 or 2017
The years 2021 and 2020, marked by the Covid-19 epidemic, had caused the baccalaureate to achieve unprecedented success rates, with respectively 93.8% and 95.7% success. The success rate for the 2022 baccalaureate is nevertheless higher than that of the years 2019 (88.1%), 2018 (88.3%) or 2017 (87.9%).
For the session which has just ended, more than half of the candidates (58.8%) graduate with honors, specified the direction of the evaluation, the prospective and the performance (DEPP) of the National Education. This corresponds to a decrease of 5.4 points compared to June 2021.
The success rates for the baccalaureate at the Rennes Academy are among the highest in the three paths, highlights the DEPP. In the professional path, the academies of Rennes, Nantes, Poitiers, Besançon and Corsica stand out with success rates of more than 85%.
In Guadeloupe and Guyana, on the other hand, the success rate for the professional route fell by 9.5 and 12.8 points respectively. In the technological route, apart from Mayotte, the success rates range from 80.5% to 95.1% with a special mention for Brittany, Martinique and Guadeloupe.
Finally for the general route, most academies have fairly similar success rates, comments the national education.