BAC SES. The SES specialty test has already been taken in French Polynesia and the subjects can now be used for the reviews of high school candidates in mainland France! Tracks of possible subjects and course of the SES test, here you have all the information.
Candidates from French Polynesia have already taken the 2022 baccalaureate specialty exams, in particular the economics and social sciences, one week ahead of mainland France! Good news for metropolitan candidates who are still in the review period ahead of the May 11-13 exams, because Polynesian subjects are proving to be good annals for training before D-Day. During the SES test , in Polynesia or mainland France, candidates can choose the type of exercise they want to evaluate: a dissertation or one of the compound tests. If two compound exams are offered, it is because their content is different: both include the same reasoning exercise supported by a fact sheet, but for the second half of the test a subject offers candidates the qualification of three knowledge questions. when the other presents a proof. knowledge question and a documentary study. To get an accurate idea of the content of the economics and social science test and to optimize the reviews of high school candidates, here are the subjects in French Polynesia and all the useful information to pass the SES specialty test.
What are the SES subjects taken in French Polynesia for the 2022 high school?
The 2022 Baccalaureate in Economics and Social Sciences took place from 4 to 5 May in French Polynesia and, as agreed, three subjects were offered to candidates on the day of the examination: one writing and two compound tests on different SES topics. program.
- Essay: How can we explain international trade? To answer the question, the candidates had a corpus of documents containing a text by François Lemoine dated 2018, Imports of primary products, China disrupts world markets ; a chart from the Center for Prospective Studies and International Information (CEPII) on “France’s commercial specialization in primary products, manufactured goods and services”; a table by Bruno Lahaye taken from a 2018 issue of INSEE Première on “French production and foreign trade in textiles” and a 2020 chart by INSEE References on “France’s main import and export partners”.
- Compound test:
– Part 1 on knowledge mobilization: what are the objectives of European competition policy?
– Part 2 on a review of the worldwide growth rate of patent applications.
– Part 3 with a reasoning based on a documentary file in which the candidate must show that the collective action has undergone multiple transformations.
- Compound test:
– Part 1 with three knowledge mobilization questions: Demonstrate that technical progress can lead to income inequalities; to present two factors of structuring and hierarchization of the social space; present two descriptors of the quality of the work.
– Part 2 with a reasoning based on a documentary file in which the candidate must show that the collective action has undergone multiple transformations.
What are the potential subjects for the SES test?
The economics and social sciences program is condensed with a major economic topic, another of sociological predominance, and a third so-called “cross-reference” that mixes the two subjects, making the revisions substantial. It is highly recommended to master all the subjects provided in the program to pass the test, but to lighten the workload of the candidates, the Ministry of National Education has differentiated certain sub-topics of the program. Thus, from this year onwards, some subjects are only assessed during the baccalaureate sessions in even courses, others in odd courses and the most important ones remain potential subjects every year. According to this new classification, these are the topics that may fall during the test of economics and social sciences:
For the economy:
- What are the sources and challenges of economic growth?
- What are the foundations of international trade and the internationalization of production?
- What economic policies in the European framework?
For social sciences:
- How is today’s French society structured?
- What changes in work and employment?
- How to explain political commitment in democratic societies?
For transversal subjects:
What inequalities are compatible with the different conceptions of social justice?
The specialization test in economics and social sciences lasts four hours. For this specialty, applicants can choose between three subjects: a thesis subject from a documentary file and two composite test subjects. If they opt for the thesis, the candidates will have to answer only one question but in a detailed and above all argued way. The compound tests are divided into two parts. The first, mandatory and common to all candidates, is an exercise in reasoning based on a documentary file scored in ten points. The second half of the exam is different between the two subjects, candidates can choose to answer a knowledge mobilization question worth four points and complete a documentary study for six points or answer three knowledge mobilization questions for a total of ten points.
To cover all the topics of the program and give the candidates more chances of success, each part of the test deals with different topics of the program. Note that the thesis and the third part of the composite test (the study of the paper) relate to various topics in the SES program.
When is the baccalaureate in economics and social sciences in high school?
The exam session for the specialty tests is short, from May 11 to 13, which reduces the chances of the exam date. The first details indicate that the test is scheduled for the afternoon of Wednesday 11 or Thursday 12, from 2 to 6 pm, according to the specialized website The Student. The exact date should be known in the coming days.
When will the results of the SES test be published?
A priori, the results of the economics and social sciences specialty test will be available on July 5, at the same time as the results of the other tests (French, philosophy and oral major). The fact that the specialty courses are evaluated one month in advance does not affect the publication of the results.