CTE scores satisfactory passing rate in LET

The  September 2021 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) results were posted just in time when University of Antique (UA) held its Thanksgiving Day on November 29, 2021.

Graphic design by Avelino Lagunday Jr.

College of Teacher Education’s elementary level scored 90.91% passing rate and the secondary level, 77.08% passing rate in the board examination.

Ten out of 11 first time takers passed the exam in the elementary level while 37 out of 48 first time takers made it in the secondary level.

Dr. Runato A  Basañes, dean of College of Teacher Education (CTE), was elated with the news and offered this milestone as a birthday present to Dr. Jelyn O. Alentajan, vice president for academic affairs, and Dr. pablo S. Crespo Jr., university president.

“My congratulations to all the passers for making it despite the pandemic problem. Kudos for doing a great job and making your college proud. Let us continue to pray for our future LET takers,” said Dr. Basañes said.

He added that there is a need to increase the passing rate since the college is planning to apply as a Center of Development.

Dream Rose M. Delos Santos, a Bachelor of Special Education (BSPED) graduate shared the struggle in becoming a LET passer in the new normal.

She said that it challenged her faith, patience, strength and courage.

“My journey has never been easy, it was a rollercoaster ride. One thing I learned is that – never discourage yourself to believe, because when your time will come, it is worth the wait,” Delos Santos said.

The overall LET results showed 55.96% passing rate in the elementary level and 57.76 in the secondary level%.

Written by Marianne T. Palcat

Author: theprismdaily

The Official Student Publication of University of Antique Main Campus

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