Students must verify that their personal data are accurate in their accounts in the platform before February 24.
Rabat – Morocco’s Ministry of Education has launched Tadkik (audit), an online platform for students who will sit for the baccalaureate exam in June.
Tadkik service, launched on Friday, will help the baccalaureate candidates of the 2018-2019 school year to keep track of their student profile database and scores.
The aim of the platform is to avoid errors in student profiles. Mistakes in student profiles potentially alter candidates personal data and scores. Students will be able to access their personal data and report errors.
The ministry stated that students must verify that all their personal data are correct. In case some information is missing or mistaken, students should report the errors by February 24.
The 2019 baccalaureate exam will take place between June 11-14, while the baccalaureate make up exams will be from July 4 to 8.
The Ministry of Education launched Tadkik online service for the first time last year.
In the 2017-2018 school year, 187,138 students have passed the exam in the ordinary June session, while the success rate of “free baccalaureate” exam takers, who could not attend regular courses for reasons such as work or health issues, was 24.92 percent.
The country’s highest baccalaureate grade in the 2017-2018 academic year was 19.44 out of 20 in physics and French literature, recorded in the Marrakech region, including the coastal city of Safi.