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News - June 2012

AdU’s LET passers maintain great performance in March 2012 licensure exam

Date Posted: Jun 15, 2012 at 04:06:44 PM


 

Graduates of Adamson University’s Bachelor of Education programs maintained the programs’ outstanding performance in the licensure examination for teachers (LET) conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) last March 11, 2012.

 

The examinees’ performance surpassed the national passing rate again, staying consistent with its tradition of posting above-national passing rate scores through the years. The LET passers for the elementary level posted a 71.43% passing rate, well above the 42.46% national passing rate, while secondary level passers posted a passing rate of 39.34%, also above the national passing rate.

 

The new licensed teachers for elementary level are:

Bacolod, Adryanne

Belarmino, Lorainne M.

Magsino, Rosabel M.

Paulino, Arianne Mai B.

Shishido, Yuki A.

 

The new licensed teachers for secondary level are:

Adornado, Rhea G.

Alfelor, Jemielyn C.

Amante, Brian George R.

Baylosis, Carla B.

Campomanes, Carmela E.

Chavez, Melissa M.

De Lara, Mary Grace C.

Dela Cruz, Herminia V.

Duria, Jose Lester C.

Erpelo, Erika Kriska Ledda

Guerra, Esperanza M.

Haboc, Jenny S.

Leviste, Jeremy J.

Lubindino, Marietta A.

Matira, Mercedita A.

Potonia, Melchor A.

Racal, Jay-Ar N.

Reynoso, Bernadette N.

Seng, Rovelyn M.

Shol, Jenivah B.

Siason, Rina M.

Tabirao, Rica Fe A.

Tagalog, Zenaida H.

Urera, Flaviano, Jr. L.

 

There were 13,925 passers out of 32,798 examinees in the LET elementary level while 7,149 passed the LET secondary level out of 28,764 examinees. The oathtaking for the new teachers, which will be held in several cities all over the country, will be set at a later date by the PRC.