THE UNIVERSITY maintained its perfect passing rate in the June 2022 licensure examinations for teachers (LET) at the elementary level, in which all four Thomasian examinees made the cut.

Charline Juntilla of the Compostela Valley State College–Montevista Branch topped the examinations for elementary-level teachers, scoring 93.40 percent.

There were no top-performing schools for elementary-level teachers since no school had 50 or more passers and a passing rate of at least 80 percent.

UST meanwhile posted a 75-percent passing rate in the LET for secondary-level teachers, with three of its four examinees passing the exam.

Marvin Nillas of the Compostela Valley State College–Montevista Branch was the No. 1 in the examinations for secondary-level teachers, scoring 94 percent.

The Mindanao State University–Iligan Institute of Technology was the sole top-performing school for secondary-level teachers after recording an 84.62-percent passing rate.

The national passing rate for elementary-level teachers slightly increased to 50.54 percent (8,667 of 17,149 examinees) from last March’s 48.81 percent (10,039 of 20,567 examinees).

The national passing rate for secondary-level teachers rose to 50.48 percent (10,193 of 20,191 examinees) from 41.72 percent (7,809 of 18,717 examinees).

The exams were conducted on June 26. Justin Benedict T. Lim


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