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Haiti - FLASH : Results of the 9th AF exams for the 10 departments (2020-2021)
Results according to the National Bureau of State Examinations (BUNEXE) :
According to data provided by the National Bureau of State Examinations (BUNEXE), the results are as follows :
North : Success rate of 91% (down) or 16,830 candidates admitted out of 18,510 (previous year 95.02%)
South-East : Success rate of 84% (down), or 6,721 candidates admitted out of 8,026 participants (previous year 85.76%)
West : Success rate 83% (down), or 65,813 candidates admitted out of 78,914 participants (previous year 92.72%)
South : Success rate of 82.45% (down) or 8,930 candidates admitted out of 10,831 (previous year 86.16%)
Grand'Anse : Success rate of 79.28% (down) or 4.914 candidates admitted out of 6.198 (previous year 85.70%)
Nippes: Success rate of 78.68% (down) or 4.672 candidates admitted out of 5.938 (previous year 91.69%)
Artibonite : Success rate of 77% (down), i.e. 17,303 candidates admitted out of 22,571 participants (previous year 85.07%)
Center : Success rate of 72% (down) or 8.587 candidates admitted out of 11.937 participants (previous year 88.96%)
North-West : Success rate of 72% (down), or 6,552 candidates admitted out of 9,130 (previous year 97.62%)
North-East : Success rate of 72% (down) or 5.717 candidates out of 7.934 (previous year 86.34%)
The directors of the schools concerned are invited to withdraw the ranking of their respective schools at the level of the four competent departmental directorates of education.
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The MENFP invites the school principals concerned to contact their respective Departmental Directorates of Education (DDE) in order to withdraw the prize list from their schools.