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Education > Gross intake ratio in first grade of primary education, total > % of relevant age group: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Gross intake ratio in first grade of primary education, total (% of relevant age group). Gross intake ratio in first grade of primary education is the number of new entrants in the first grade of primary education regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the population of the official primary entrance age.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Rwanda 187.03% 2012
2 Madagascar 177.35% 2012
3 Angola 162.44% 2011
4 Sierra Leone 161.87% 2012
5 Haiti 159.43% 1997
6 Malawi 157.47% 2012
7 Guinea-Bissau 156.86% 2010
8 Nepal 154.19% 2012
9 Mozambique 152.55% 2012
10 Benin 151.34% 2012
11 Ethiopia 145.74% 2012
12 Brazil 141.68% 1994
13 Nicaragua 141.03% 2010
14 Uganda 139.22% 2011
15 Burma 136.56% 2010
16 Democratic Republic of the Congo 135.91% 2012
17 Vanuatu 132.65% 2010
18 Togo 132.35% 2011
19 Cambodia 129.87% 2012
20 Bangladesh 129.74% 2011
21 Burundi 129.15% 2012
22 Liberia 127.75% 2011
23 Comoros 127.46% 2011
24 Dominica 126.76% 2012
25 Chad 126.2% 2012
26 Liechtenstein 126.07% 2011
27 Philippines 125.36% 2009
28 Cameroon 123.45% 2012
29 Laos 122.92% 2012
30 East Timor 122.76% 2011
31 Zambia 119.86% 2012
32 Syria 119.6% 2012
33 Zimbabwe 118.72% 2003
34 Kiribati 118.56% 2008
35 Libya 118.44% 1983
36 Solomon Islands 118.23% 2012
37 Kyrgyzstan 115.71% 2012
38 Yemen 115.35% 2012
39 Argentina 114.9% 2010
South Asia average (profile) 114.53% 2011
40 Oman 114.11% 2012
41 Algeria 113.54% 2012
42 Afghanistan 113.29% 2011
43 India 113.28% 2011
44 Honduras 113.15% 2012
45 Lebanon 113.12% 2012
46 Indonesia 112.24% 2011
47 Pakistan 112.21% 2012
48 Seychelles 112.03% 2011
49 Lesotho 111.99% 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) 111.84% 2012
50 Ecuador 111.57% 2012
51 Egypt 111.08% 2011
South and Central Asia average (profile) 110.82% 2011
52 Ghana 110.47% 2012
53 French Polynesia 109.85% 1983
54 Morocco 109.78% 2012
55 Hong Kong 109.3% 2012
56 Kenya 109.29% 2005
57 China 109.1% 2011
58 The Bahamas 108.99% 2010
59 El Salvador 108.8% 2011
60 Belize 108.66% 2012
61 Iraq 108.54% 2007
62 Kazakhstan 108.07% 2012
63 Guatemala 107.8% 2011
64 Tuvalu 107.5% 2006
65 Tunisia 107.47% 2012
66 Malta 107.3% 2011
67 Colombia 107.07% 2012
68 New Zealand 107.03% 1996
69 Georgia 106.79% 2012
70 Iran 106.71% 2012
71 Mauritania 106.62% 2012
72 Israel 106.47% 2010
73 Botswana 106.46% 2009
74 Mauritius 105.96% 2012
75 Grenada 105.88% 2010
76 Namibia 105.63% 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 105.58% 2010
77 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 105.31% 2012
78 Samoa 105.2% 2012
79 Cayman Islands 105.17% 2000
Emerging markets average (profile) 105.15% 2009
80 Greece 105.08% 2010
81 Marshall Islands 104.62% 2011
82 Peru 104.53% 2011
83 Vietnam 104.29% 2012
84 South Korea 103.53% 2011
85 Fiji 103.16% 2011
86 Palau 103.14% 2004
87 Ukraine 103.04% 2012
88 Swaziland 102.66% 2011
Cold countries average (profile) 102.26% 2006
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 102.05% 1999
89 Japan 102% 2011
90 Tonga 101.94% 2012
91 Poland 101.94% 2011
92 Russia 101.9% 2009
93 Cape Verde 101.88% 2012
94 Kuwait 101.75% 2007
95 Norway 101.54% 2011
96 United Arab Emirates 101.5% 2012
97 Portugal 101.4% 2010
98 United States 101.34% 2010
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 101.33% 2010
99 Trinidad and Tobago 101.22% 2010
100 Sao Tome and Principe 101.19% 2012
101 Mongolia 101.16% 2012
102 Sweden 101.16% 2011
103 Aruba 101.16% 2010
104 Cyprus 101.03% 2011
105 Turkey 101% 2011
106 Mexico 101% 2011
107 Latvia 100.91% 2011
108 Jordan 100.73% 2011
Non-religious countries average (profile) 100.68% 2006
109 Bulgaria 100.66% 2011
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 100.46% 2000
110 Finland 100.38% 2011
111 Iceland 100.33% 2011
112 Canada 100.22% 2010
113 Spain 100.21% 2011
114 Gabon 100.14% 2003
Eurozone average (profile) 100.07% 2010
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 100.06% 2010
115 Senegal 100.05% 2012
High income OECD countries average (profile) 100.03% 2010
116 Guinea 100.02% 2012
117 The Gambia 99.86% 2012
118 Slovakia 99.77% 2011
119 Qatar 99.7% 2005
European Union average (profile) 99.62% 2010
120 Barbados 99.58% 2011
121 Italy 99.56% 2011
NATO countries average (profile) 99.45% 2010
122 Central African Republic 99.26% 2012
Europe average (profile) 99.25% 2010
123 Lithuania 99.17% 2011
124 Denmark 99.14% 2010
Eastern Europe average (profile) 99.11% 2009
125 European Union 99.04% 2011
126 Azerbaijan 98.94% 2011
127 Suriname 98.84% 2011
128 Germany 98.72% 2011
129 Estonia 98.59% 2010
130 Austria 98.55% 2011
131 Hungary 98.5% 2011
132 Uruguay 98.44% 2010
133 Malaysia 98.38% 2005
134 Netherlands 98.34% 2010
135 Tajikistan 98.31% 2012
136 Montenegro 98.19% 2012
137 Slovenia 98.13% 2011
138 Czech Republic 97.78% 2011
139 Venezuela 97.74% 2012
140 Equatorial Guinea 97.59% 2012
141 Saudi Arabia 97.41% 2012
142 Bahrain 97.32% 1999
143 Ireland 97.2% 2011
144 Belgium 97.16% 2011
145 South Africa 97.15% 2012
146 Belarus 97.05% 2012
147 Costa Rica 96.92% 2011
148 Republic of the Congo 96.68% 2012
149 France 96.45% 2000
150 Republic of Macedonia 96.18% 2010
151 Croatia 96.17% 2011
152 Paraguay 96.03% 2010
153 Sri Lanka 95.92% 2011
154 Moldova 95.72% 2012
155 Switzerland 95.58% 2011
156 Luxembourg 95.11% 2011
157 Albania 95.07% 2003
158 Dominican Republic 94.92% 2011
159 Cote d'Ivoire 94.68% 2012
160 Romania 94.55% 2011
161 Burkina Faso 94.44% 2012
162 Uzbekistan 93.99% 2011
163 Antigua and Barbuda 93.71% 2011
164 Brunei 93.21% 2012
165 Panama 93.07% 2012
166 Macau 92.94% 2004
167 Serbia 92.73% 2012
168 Tanzania 92.4% 2012
169 Bhutan 91.66% 2012
170 Chile 91.55% 2011
171 Armenia 91.46% 2009
172 Thailand 91.21% 2005
173 Bermuda 90.59% 2011
174 Cuba 90.58% 2012
175 Maldives 90.14% 2011
176 San Marino 90% 2011
177 Niger 88.93% 2012
178 Jamaica 88.8% 2004
179 Nigeria 85.48% 2010
180 Bolivia 83.97% 2011
181 Saint Kitts and Nevis 83.49% 2012
182 Turks and Caicos Islands 83.33% 2005
183 Saint Lucia 82.76% 2012
184 Mali 75.09% 2012
185 Guyana 69.08% 2011
186 Djibouti 65.16% 2012
187 Eritrea 45.49% 2012
188 Papua New Guinea 31.41% 2006

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Gross intake ratio in first grade of primary education, total > % of relevant age group. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Gross-intake-ratio-in-first-grade-of-primary-education,-total/%-of-relevant-age-group

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