The Baccalaureate exams took place from June 11-14.
Rabat – Initially scheduled for June 26, the Baccalaureate exam results (regular session) will now be announced Sunday, June 23.
Morocco’s Ministry of Education has decided to move up the date of the announcement thanks to the facilitation of the grading process through the use of a computerized system.
The results will be announced at 10 am on www.Taalim.ma. For free candidates, the results will announce the site “Tarchihate ” or via the official website of the Ministry of Education: www.men.gov.ma.
Around 441,065 Moroccan students sat for the Baccalaureate exam this year, according to The Ministry of National Education.
Fettoum El Youssoufi, a 70-year-old Moroccan woman, also took the Baccalaureate exam this year. Fettoum said she wants to pursue Islamic law to teach people in mosques if she passes the exam.
She also expressed her desire to meet King Mohammed VI if she gets her Baccalaureate.
Retake exams will be held on July 4-8, and the results will be announced on July 19, 2019.
This year, in an effort to combat exam fraud, Moroccan authorities arrested six suspects for alleged exam fraud in Casablanca, Agadir, and Marrakech in June of this year.
Moroccan police also arrested a 20-year-old for possessing vests used to facilitate cheating in exams. The vests were connected to an electronic device equipped with wireless earphones.