UST is 2nd-top performing school anew in March 2019 LET board exams

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THE UNIVERSITY became the second top-performing school for the third straight year in the March 2019 licensure examinations for teachers (LET) in the secondary level.

UST posted an 86.67-percent passing rate, or 52 out of 60 examinees making the cut.

This was lower than last year’s 91.80-percent passing rate, or 56 out of 61 examinees.

Honey Gracielle Baclayo of the University of Mindanao in Davao topped this year’s secondary level exams with a 93.40-percent mark.

The University of the Philippines in Diliman was this year’s the top-performing school anew with a passing rate of 90.77 percent, or 59 out of 65 examinees passing the test.

The national passing rate for the secondary level slipped to 25.95 percent, or 22,271 out of 85,817 examinees, from last year’s 29.91 percent, or 22,936 out of 76,673 examinees.

UST meanwhile posted an 85.71-percent passing rate in the exams for the elementary level, or 24 out of 28 examinees.

This was lower than last year’s 87.50 percent, or 14 out of 16 examinees.

Stephanie Apple Piodo of Compostela Valley State College topped this year’s examinations for the elementary level with a 93.20-percent score.

University of Southeastern Philippines was this year’s top-performing school in the elementary level, with an 85.71-percent passing rate, or 96 out of 112 examinees.

The national passing rate for elementary teachers rose to 27.29 percent, or 19,659 out of 72,050 examinees, from last year’s 23.62 percent, or 13,774 passers out of 58,323 examinees.


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