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Monaco students score outstanding results in baccalaureate exams

Monaco students score outstanding results in baccalaureate exams

By Staff Writer - July 9, 2018

Monaco, well-known for the excellence of its schools, has just announced a new set of magnificent results for the baccalaureate examinations.

“The results of the baccalaureate and the Brevet de Technicien Supérieur (Advanced Technician Certificate) for 2018 have just confirmed the quality of the support offered to students in the Principality in preparations for this exam,” the Government said in a press release on Monday, July 9.

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The overall success rate was 97.3 percent in the first round, with 369 special mentions out of a total of 450 candidates.

The Lycée Albert 1er and the Lycée technique et hôtelier de Monaco (Monaco Technical and Hotelier High School) recorded an astonishing 100-percent pass rate.

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