UST is 2nd top-performing school in LET board exams


THE UNIVERSITY emerged as the second top-performing school in the March 2017 licensure examinations for teachers (LET) in the secondary level.

UST registered an 80.95-percent passing rate, or 51 students passing out of 63 examinees. This was a lower passing rate from last year’s 93.75 percent or 45 out of 48 examinees.

The University of the Philippines was declared the top-performing school in the secondary level, with a 92.5-percent passing rate or 62 our of 67 examinees.

The national passing rate for LET-secondary slipped to 25.46 percent or 5,600 out of 53,915 examinees.

Last year’s national passing rate was 35.43 percent or 18,810 out of 53,090 examinees.

The University’s passing rate in the LET for the elementary level improved to 80.95-percent, or 51 out of 63 examinees.

No school was declared the top performing school in the elementary level.

The national passing rate significantly decreased to 10.39 percent, with only 5,600 passing out of 53,915 examinees.

Last year’s passing rate was 28.38 percent, in which 12,128 made the cut out of 42,739 examinees.


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