MANILA, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) will announce soon the alphabetical list of passers in the March 2023 Teachers board exam or licensure exam for teachers (LET) – Secondary level expected between May 5 and 19 or in 30-40 working days after the exam.
The full list of passers or those who have successfully passed the tests will be posted on this page. Below list will be updated once LET results are announced online.
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PASSERS
- A-B Passers Secondary: March 2023 LET Results
- C-F Passers Secondary: March 2023 LET Results
- G-N Passers Secondary: March 2023 LET Results
- O-R Passers Secondary: March 2023 LET Results
- S-Z Passers Secondary: March 2023 LET Results
MARCH 2023 LET RESULTS SUMMARY
- Main Page: March 2023 LET Results
- March 2023 LET Results Elementary: Alphabetical List of Passers
- Top 10 Passers: March 2023 LET Results Elementary Level
- Top 10 Passers: March 2023 LET Results Secondary Level
- Performance of Schools: March 2023 LET Elementary
- Performance of Schools: March 2023 LET Secondary
- March 2023 LET passers registration, verification of ratings and oathtaking schedule
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. — SECONDARY — All Regions
Held on MARCH 19, 2023
Released on MAY 5-19, 2023
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PRC conducted the massive LET on Sunday, March 19, 2023 in at least 37 testing centers nationwide.
It was originally scheduled on March 26, 2023 but was moved on earlier date due to conflict on schedule with the civil service exams.
Testing centers include Manila, Baguio, Bohol, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Koronadal, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Pampanga, Rosales, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.
Meanwhile, PRC designated additional test centers to accommodate the influx of examinees taking the teachers’ board exam and to avoid unnecessary distant travel and additional expenses on the part of hopefuls: Antique, Bacolod, Bayambang, Calapan, Catanduanes, Cauayan, Digos, General Santos, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Kidapawan, Laguna, Marinduque, Masbate, Mati, Occidental Mindoro, Palawan, Romblon, and Tagum.
The Board for Professional Teachers is composed of Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, Chairman; Dr. Paz I. Lucido, Vice Chairman; Dr. Paraluman R. Giron and Dr. Nora M. Uy, Members.
Based on the original schedule of LET, per PRC Resolution No. 1589 series of 2022, the target release of March 2023 LET board exam result is 40 working days after the test or can be expected on May 19, 2023.
PRC Board News, our partner website for PRC exam results said that the probable release date of March 2023 LET exam results is between May 5 and 19 or in 30-40 working days after the exam.
Note that results may be released ahead of the target or on later date without prior notice. This is due to several factors such as the total number of examinees, effect of work cancellations due to calamities and unforeseen events and system of checking the pencil-based tests.
In the October 2022 massive Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET), PRC was able to release results after fifty-six (56) working days. A total of 71,080 secondary teachers out of 139,534 examinees (50.94%) successfully passed the exams.
In the June 2022 Licensure Exam for Teachers (fourth and final Batch of LET for the postponed board exams in 2020-2021), the PRC released results in 30 working days. The agency named 10,193 secondary teachers out of 20,191 examinees (50.48%) who passed the exams.
During the Third Batch of LET (March 2022), PRC released results in just twenty-five (25) working days. The agency named 7,809 secondary teachers out of 18,717 examinees (41.72%) who successfully passed the exams.
During Batch 2 LET (January 2022), PRC announced results in thirty (30) working days. A total of 8,737 elementary teachers out of 15,696 examinees (55.66%) passed the tests.
During the First Batch of LET (September 2021), PRC released results in forty-seven (47) working days after the exam. A total of 10,318 secondary teachers out of 17,863 examinees (57.76%) successfully passed the exams.
In the last teacher’s board exam before the pandemic (September 2019), PRC announced results in fifty (50) working days. A total of 54,179 secondary teachers out of 136,523 examinees (39.68%) successfully passed the exams.
In the March 2019 LET, results were out online in forty-two (42) working days. PRC named 22,271 secondary teachers out of 85,823 examinees (25.95%) who passed the exams.
In the September 2018 exams, PRC announced LET results after fifty-two (52) working days. A total of 60,803 secondary teachers out of 126,582 examinees (48.03%) successfully hurdled the tests.
Note: From March 2013 to January 2022, average passing rate for Secondary Level exam was 38.44% or 4 out of 10 takers passed the exams.
Statistics of Teacher Board Exam – Secondary Level
|Exam Date||Total Examinees||Total Passers||Passing Rate||Days before results release|
|October 2, 2022||139,534||71,080||50.94%||56|
|June 26, 2022||20,191||10,193||50.48%||30|
|March 27, 2022||18,717||7,809||41.72%||25|
|January 30, 2022||22,454||12,074||53.77%||30|
|September 26, 2021||17,863||10,318||57.76%||47|
|September 29, 2019||136,523||54,179||39.68%||50|
|March 24, 2019||85,823||22,271||25.95%||42|
|September 30, 2018||126,582||60,803||48.03%||52|
|March 25, 2018||76,673||22,936||29.91%||40|
|September 24, 2017||107,020||49,626||46.37%||43|
|March 26, 2017||72,584||18,482||25.46%||40|
|September 25, 2016||92,754||31,334||33.78%||48|
|March 20, 2016||53,090||18,810||35.43%||41|
|September 27, 2015||81,463||34,010||41.75%||48|
|March 29, 2015||56,596||17,904||31.63%||38|
|August 17, 2014||77,803||26,767||34.40%||51|
|January 26, 2014||42,358||12,033||28.41%||32|
|September 29, 2013||64,792||25,755||39.75%||40|
|March 10, 2013||38,433||15,223||39.61%||27|
Similar with the previous LET examinations, The Summit Express will provide reliable updates before the release of results. Takers may expect the most probable or exact date of release on this page.
Good luck to our future teachers!
— The Summit Express