Licensure Examination for Teachers, 2008

The long wait is over. Actually, the waiting is not that long. The usual release date of LET passers is in September. PRC has released the 2008 result just this month. I wonder what took the officials so long. Is your alma mater included in the list of Top Performing School? Or worse, your name is not in the list.


A total of 17,816 elementary teachers out of 58,471 examinees and 18,801 secondary teachers out of 53,195 examinees have successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers given by the Board of Professional Teachers in September this year, which was conducted in 24 testing centers all over the Philippines.

The Topnotchers

Elementary level


Rank

Name

School

Rating

1

Elisse Adrianne Hilario Regala

Philippine Normal University-Manila

91.8

2

Rudolf Tamangen Vecaldo

Cagayan State University-Tuguegarao

91.6

3

Melisande Cabacungan Juan

University of the Philippines-Diliman

91

4

John Wilbert Raymundo Aretaño

Polytechnic State College Of Antique

90.4

5

Sheilamarie Cabugon Cachero

Mariano Marcos State University-Laoag-Coll. of Education

90.2

 

Iris Culanculan Duhaylongsod

University of the Philippines-Diliman

90.2

6

Roderick De La Cruz Marbella

Philippine Normal University-Lopez

90

7

Dorothy Joann Lei Osog Labrador

Ateneo De Zamboanga

89.8

 

Estefanie Salcedo Vargas

Ateneo De Naga

89.8

8

Richelle Alday Steigerwald

University of the Philippines-Diliman

89.4

9

Princes Raymunda Guzman Gatan

National Teacher’s College

89.2

10

Catherine Gimang Capilla

Negros Oriental State University (Cvpc)-Dumaguete

89

Secondary level


Rank

Name

School

Rating

1

Ma. Cleofe Nicolas Tabangin

University of the Philippines-Los Baños

92.2

2

Romina Ann Soon Yap

Ateneo De Manila University-Q.C.

91.8

3

Angela Dimalanta Carreon

University of the Philippines-Diliman

91.6

4

Maria Elena Fermin Ferrer

University of Santo Tomas

91.2

5

Johnny Abellera Esmilla Jr.

University of San Agustin

91

 

Lucille Virtudazo Gandionco

University of San Carlos

91

6

Tony Dane Bugarin Quetulio

Ateneo De Manila University-Q.C.

90.4

 

Maria Nenita Silang Se

Philippine Normal University-Manila

90.4

7

Ariel Dangcalan Co

University of Santo Tomas

90.2

8

Ryan Oliver Dañganan Bautista

University of the Philippines-Manila

90

 

Carl Jestoni Bariquit Dakay

University of San Carlos

90

 

Elexor Torres Damasco

University of The Cordilleras (Baguio Coll. Fndtn.)

90

 

Audie Dacumos Laudencia

Philippine Normal University-Manila

90

 

Felizardo Nicodemus Pulumbarit Jr.

University of the Philippines-Diliman

90

9

Oliver Vallejo Aromin

Mindanao State University-Marawi City

89.8

 

Miren Amale Mendezona Jopson

Ateneo De Manila University-Q.C.

89.8

 

Rochell Casia Miguel

Philippine Normal University-Manila

89.8

10

Pamela Cristina Parciso Crisostomo-Tumang

University of the Philippines-Manila

89.6

 

Israel Cruz Cruz

University of Santo Tomas

89.6

 

Von Ryan Gasmeña Pangwi

University of Baguio

89.6

  

The list of Top performing schools (with at least 50.00% passing percentage) in the September 2008 L.E.T. Exam Results released by PRC.

Top Performing Schools in the September 2008 L.E.T. Exam Results are the following:

Elementary level
Category A: With 10-99 examinees

 

Elementary level
Category A: With 10-99 examinees


Rank

School

Number Of Examinees

Total No.Passed

% passed

1

Assumption College – Makati

11

11

100.00%

 

Saint Theresa’s College – Cebu

14

14

100.00%

 

University of Rizal System – Antipolo

13

13

100.00%

 

University of Santo Tomas

41

41

100.00%

 

University of The Philippines – Diliman

73

73

100.00%

2

Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology

65

63

97.00%

3

Saint Louis University

54

52

96.00%

 

University Of Saint La Salle

28

27

96.00%

 

Category B: With 100 – 299 examinees


Rank

School

Number Of Examinees

Total No.Passed

% passed

1

Xavier University

126

118

94.00%

2

West Visayas State University – La Paz

213

184

86.00%

3

University of Southeastern Philippines – Tagum

123

102

83.00%

Category C: With 300 – 499 examinees


Rank

School

Number Of Examinees

Total No.Passed

% passed

1

Philippine Normal University – Manila

302

267

88.00%

2

Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College)

312

238

76.00%

3

Benguet State University – La Trinidad

301

193

64.00%

Secondary Level

Category A: With 10-99 examinees


Rank

School

Number Of Examinees

Total No.Passed

% passed

1

Ateneo De Manila University – Q.C.

42

42

100.00%

 

Miriam College (Maryknoll College Foundation, Inc.)

26

26

100.00%

 

University of Asia & The Pacific – Pasig

12

12

100.00%

 

University of the Philippines – Baguio City

37

37

100.00%

 

University of the Philippines – Manila

21

21

100.00%

 

University of the Philippines – Visayas – Tacloban City

11

11

100.00%

2

University of the Philippines – Visayas – Iloilo City

40

39

98.00%

3

Assumption College – Makati

26

25

96.00%

 

University of the Philippines – Los Baños

78

75

96.00%

Category B: With 100 – 299 examinees


Rank

School

Number Of Examinees

Total No.Passed

% passed

1

University of the Philippines – Diliman

209

206

99.00%

2

University of Santo Tomas

288

264

92.00%

3

Saint Louis University

208

183

88.00%

Category C: With 300 – 499 examinees


Rank

School

Number Of Examinees

Total No.Passed

% passed

1

West Visayas State University – La Paz

360

242

67.00%

2

Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute Of Technology

330

216

65.00%

3

Bicol University – Legazpi

332

200

60.00%

Category D: With 500 or more examinees


Rank

School

Number Of Examinees

Total No.Passed

% passed

1

Philippines Normal University – Manila

664

587

88.00%

2

Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College)

518

338

65.00%

3

Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Main – Sta. Mesa

577

344

60.00%

Data taken from www.philippinetopschools.com

For the complete list of board passers from A-Z, click this link www.mapiles.com

 

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2 Comments on “Licensure Examination for Teachers, 2008”

  1. AdB Says:

    Congratulations!

    Education is the first step towards emancipation and freedom.

  2. Pinoy Says:

    AdB, you’re correct. Somebody also said that with education is just a reflection of society. It means that once our society has been transformed, education will follow.


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