Miss France 2022: Miss Normandy first in the general culture test

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Miss Normandy obtained the score of 17/20.

MISS FRANCE – After Lou-Anne Lorphelin last year, it was Youssra Askry, Miss Normandy, who this time won the best mark in the general culture test of the next Miss France election. With a very beautiful 17/20, the 24-year-old Rouennaise is ahead of Ambre Andrieu, Miss Aquitaine (15.5 / 20) and Line Carvalho, Miss Pays de la Loire (15/20).

And according to Sylvie Tellier, general manager of the company Miss France, the 2022 vintage was rather at ease during the test, since most of the Misses obtained the average.

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Screenshot of a story by Sylvie Tellier.

The questionnaire, which you can measure yourself here, made up of 40 questions, was divided into five categories entitled “Revisions”, “French”, “Arts and entertainment”, “Geography” and “Logic”. Participants had 40 minutes to finish it.

“It does not mean that you will be elected Miss France”

Very feared, the culture test G has however little influence on the final result, although it can handicap or on the contrary favor certain candidates during the preselection jury (which will take place on Wednesday December 8 and during which fifteen candidates will be chosen).

“To arrive first in this test is an asset, but that does not mean that you will be elected Miss France”, had indicated Sylvie Tellier on the sidelines of the test organized during the Miss preparation course in Reunion Island. And to add: “A person who will have a very bad note would not be armed to become Miss France, in particular vis-a-vis the media. So, inevitably, the result will count ”.

The Miss France 2022 election, which will take place on December 11, will be broadcast live on TF1 from the Zénith in Caen. The jury will be chaired by Jean-Pierre Pernault and composed of Amel Bent, Inès Reg, Delphine Wespiser, François Alu, Ahmed Sylla and Philippe Lacheau.

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