Oct. 27, 2014, 10:40 p.m. – THE UNIVERSITY kept its place as the top-performing school in the August licensure examinations for teachers (LET) in the elementary level, and placed second in the secondary level.

UST’s passing rate was slightly lower at 98.57 percent, with 138 examinees passing out of 140. Ninth placer Richtelle Pauleene Silva led this year’s batch of Thomasian elementary teachers with a score of 87.60 percent.

Silva shared the spot with Paul Emerson Almontero of the University of Bohol, Barbilou Labial of Cagayan de Oro College, Maria Rina Lazo of Cebu Normal College, Michelle Malapo of Bicol University-Polangui, Jonel Medina of Western Mindanao State University-Zamboanga City, Criscel Mostaza of Bicol University-Daraga, Ivy Rosete of Mariano Marcos State University, and Adeleine Rubio of Catnduanes State University-Virac.

The national passing rate for LET-elementary went up to 35.74 percent (25,301 out of 70,786 examinees) from last year’s 31.18 percent (19,384 out of 62,160 examinees).

Meanwhile, UST improved to second place this year from fourth place last year in the LET-secondary level after recording an 89.33-percent passing rate, or 134 passers out of 150 examinees. No Thomasian made it to the top 10.

The national passing rate for LET-secondary went down to 34.40 percent (26,767 passers out of 77,803 examinees) from last year’s 39.75 percent (25,755 passers out of 64,792 examinees). Roberto A. Vergara, Jr.

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