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Admission post-bac and access to higher education


Admission post-bac (post-high school admission, or APB) is a public digital platform used by high school graduates to submit applications with a view to entering first-year courses in higher education. It contains two algorithms: an allocation algorithm, which cross-references the preferences of schools and applicants, and a ranking algorithm, which attributes an order of priority to applications to bachelor courses. The operating methods of APB, which lack transparency and fail to comply with the education code, highlight inconsistencies in the conditions of access to bachelor courses at universities. APB constitutes a useful technical step forward but today is quite rightly criticised and needs to be reformed.

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