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Bac 2024: discover the best and worst of high school students’ papers

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jul9,2024

This Monday, July 8, the approximately 730,000 candidates for the 2024 Baccalaureate discovered their results. A rather good vintage witha success rate of 85.5%, an increase of 0.6 points compared to the previous year. last year.

Bac 2024: discover the best and worst of high school students' papers

 

Bac 2024, the best of the worst copies for high school students

If we look at the details, the baccalaureate general increases by 0.3 points compared to 2023 to achieve 91.1%(an increase of 0.3% compared to last year). In technological terms, it increased by 0.4 points and in professional terms it recorded an increase of 1 pointaccording to the press release. of the ministry.

If this 2024 vintage is relatively good, the fact remains that certain candidates stood out, like every year, for their pearls left behind. es in the copies. This is what we invite you to discover in this selection below. Be careful, it may sting!

Bac 2024: discover the best and the worst of high school students' papers

#1

QuestionFreedom does it consist of not obey anyone?
Answer: For example, if I say ‘I refuse to take this philosophy subject’ to the supervisor who gives it to me, it means that I am free not to do this philosophy baccalaureate because I don't want to. But I'm reasonable, so I do it, but I lose my freedom.

#2

As the anarchists said: 'neither god nor meter'.

#3

Question: Is it right to defend one's rights by all means?
Answer: Yellow vests have lost an eye for sight. split their right, but they could not do ‘œil for œil’ because the CRS had helmets.

#4

Question: Are artistic practices transforming the world?
Answer 1: Bétowen engaged in à good artistic practices
Answer 2: Makeup is art, because in the show ‘Incredible Transformation’ the makeup artist transforms the look of ugly people.

#5

The Vichy government sat at Bordeaux

#6

A crusade is a journey in organized boat by the pope.

#7

The paë It is “the typical dance of Argentina.

#8

For example, if I say ‘I refuse to take this philosophy subject’ to the supervisor who gives it to me, it means that I am free not to do this philosophy baccalaureate because I don't want to. But I'm reasonable, so I do it, but I lose my freedom.

#9

Question: Is it right to defend your rights by all means?
Ré answer: Hunger justifies the means.

#10

In 1945, the Americans declared war on the United States

#11

The Romans built viaducts to pass trains

#12

But sometimes, the concrete block of reality doesn't work. falls on the strawberry tartlet of our illusions

#13

Should we really dwell on unimportant philosophical subjects, while the Chinese are cloning animals

After the Bac, the Brevet and we invite you to see the college students who are discovering their future after last year's results.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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