UST named 2nd top-performing school in March 2018 LET exams

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THE UNIVERSITY was the second top-performing school in the March 2018 licensure examinations for teachers (LET) in the secondary level.

UST registered a 91.80-percent passing rate, or 56 out of 61 examinees making it to the cut. This was higher than last year’s 80.95-percent passing rate, or 51 students passing out of 63 examinees.

The University of the Philippines (UP)-Diliman was the top-performing school in the secondary level, with a 98.55-percent passing rate or 68 out of 69 examinees.

Kier Baugbog from the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela topped the board exams in the secondary level with a score of 92.40.

The national passing rate for high school teachers rose to 29.91 percent or 22,936 out of 76,673 examinees, compared with last year’s 25.46 percent or 18,482 passers out of 72,584 examinees.

UST’s passing rate in the LET for the elementary level also improved to 87.50 percent or 14 out of 16 takers, compared with last year’s 84.62-percent, or 11 out of 13.

John Michael Delapaz of UP Diliman ranked first in the elementary level board exam with a score of 88.80.

The national passing rate for elementary teachers climbed to 23.62 percent, or 13,774 passers out of 58,323 examinees.

Last year’s passing rate was at 10.39 percent, or 5,600 out of 53,915 takers.


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