Miss France 2018 : What is the candidate who had the best score on the test of general culture ? – Gala
Miss France 2018
It is a nice 18/20 that Eva Colas, Miss Corsica, can boast of having achieved. The student in heritage management at the University of Paris IX-Dauphine it is placed in front of the Miss Auvergne, Guyane, and Limousin (all three ex-aequo with 17/20) and Miss Languedoc, 16/20.
They have spent the morning skating and biking between Santa Monica and Venice Beach. But in their minds, it was the result of the test culture in general, which they knew that on the eve of their departure, the notes might be disclosed.
And in fact… Just before dinner, the head of the organization Miss France has unveiled the results of this famous test, dreaded it every year. It was in the preamble made it clear that a good grade does not mean automatically a selection for the second round of the grand final on 16 December. “Ce is not because you are part of the best five the test that you are assured to be among the finalists. A Miss who has a high score but misbehaves at the table and is not punctual will not be necessarily chosen.”
It is, therefore, Miss Corsica, with an excellent score of 18/20, which has won the bet. Holder of a bac with a mention very well, the girl is a student at the university of Paris IX Dauphine. “I’m happy because I had promised my teachers that I will do the maximum to get the best result...” reacts after the announcement of the good news. In the second place, ex-tie, Miss Auvergne (ex-resident at the school of the Legion of Honor of Saint-Denis), Miss Limousin, and French Guiana , with a result that is very honourable of 17/20. Then Miss Languedoc-Roussillon (who celebrated just this evening his 21st birthday !) with a pretty 16/20.
The issues that have prevented The girl from corsica to have 20/20 ? The unemployment rate in France is currently around 9.5%, compared to the 7 she announced. And the Capital of Switzerland. “I thought it was Zurich. But as it was not included in the choice, I would put Geneva… Bern, I don’t say anything! “. An end-of-travel beauty for the lady of the island of the same name.
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