in Dijon, top start with the philosophy test

in Dijon, top start with the philosophy test
in Dijon, top start with the philosophy test

For the launch of the baccalaureate exams, Pierre N’Gahane, rector of the Dijon academy, went to the Carnot high school in Dijon, which also welcomed students from the Gustave-Eiffel high school, this Tuesday morning. This year, there are 5,372 general and technological students taking the baccalaureate in the department, a final step in their curriculum before the “transition from student to student”.

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Philosophy, “an essential test”

To open the 2024 edition of the baccalaureate, it was, as usual, philosophy that was on the program. “There is a certain fervor with the essential philosophy test. It marks the beginning of the baccalaureate. On the organizational side, Pierre N’Gahane is “serene” and does not note any particular difficulties.

The professional baccalaureate also begins

For vocational baccalaureate graduates (1,322 students in Côte-d’Or), the final sprint will begin this afternoon with the launch of the general education written tests (history-geography/moral and civic education). Home stretch for final year students who, in around ten days, will be able to enjoy their vacation.

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