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Draft Report on European Baccalaureate 2019
            2.  Introduction

            The  60   session  of  the  European  Baccalaureate  was  chaired  by  Prof.  Andreas  Fotopoulos,
            European Baccalaureate President, from Greece. 2175 candidates, from 13 European Schools and
            10 Accredited Schools (this year we have welcomed the Accredited European School of Den Haag
            to  its  first  European  Baccalaureate  session),  registered  for  the  European  Baccalaureate  2019

              EB session 2019 - participants                European Baccalaureate 2019 – Averages

             Registered             2198                Overall Average for the Preliminary Mark      80.44
             Abandoned               23                 Overall Average for Written Examinations      75.17
             Participated           2175                Overall Average for Oral Examinations         82.09
             Passed                 2136                Overall Average for the Final Mark            78.84
             Failed                  39
             Success rate         98.21%
             Fail rate             1.79%

            Similarily  to  last  years,  the  European  Baccalaureate  Report  offers  an  additional  opportunity  to
            discover more results about the EB 2019 session. Pursuant of the on-line approach followed through
            the new correction system, the EB Unit is now able to disclose information on the 2019 EB session,
            with a Business Intelligence tool.

            To reach the on-line report, please follow the link below or scan the QR code. The on-line report can
            also be downloaded on PDF, and visualized on any computer or mobile device.


            Along with this dynamic document, the readers will be able to find information about the development
            of the European Baccalaureate 2019 session, and to build their own graphs. At the end of the on-
            line report, a table presents all available dynamic graphs. To access the graphs, simply click on the
            blinking icons that appear on the screen. A pop-up screen will open, giving the possibility to get all
            accurate  data  needed  in  an  easy  way,  to  filter  by  school,  subject,  languages,  gender  and/or
            averages, to compare among schools, subjects.

            Please note that, though these interactive graphs share the same source data with the graphs of the
            current document, they cannot be used as official, due to a possible misbehavior of the application.

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