Hapa lands 6th in LET, SSC shines
Joan Esteves Hapa, who graduated cum laude from the Sorsogon State College (SSC), Sorsogon City campus on March 2012, ranked 6th place in the recently-concluded Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), September 30, 2012, with an average rating of 88.00%.
Hapa, a mathematics major, is one of the 67 Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) examinees from SSC who took the test. Of this number 51 passed, thus, SSC achieved a passing rate of 76.12%, surpassing the national passing percentage of 43.50% in the secondary level. Likewise, in the elementary level, out of 159 takers, 124 passed the exam, giving the SSC a 77.98% passing percentage against the national passing percentage of 49.29%.
In related news, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BFT) disclosed that out of 50,997 elementary teachers who took the LET, only 25,136 or 49.29% passed the test. Out of the 47,892 secondary teachers who took the qualifying exam, only 20,834 or 43.50% made it. The LET covers the following fields: English, Physical Science, MAPEH, Mathematics, Filipino, and Teaching Methods. # (efcarranza)
Two BEEd grads top teachers’ exam;
SSC surpasses national passing rate
Two Sorsogon State College (SSC) graduates, major in Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) made it to the regional top five in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), conducted on March 2012.
Aldrin Dolot Molleda and Jeffrey Fortades Riamon placed first and fifth in the regional level ranking, respectively, in the said LET examination. Molleda, got a general average of 84.40% while Riamon, 82.20%. They received plaques of recognition from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Region V during the oath-taking ceremony held at the regional office, CHED Legaspi City.
SSC achieved 84.51% in the elementary level as compared to the 42.46% national passing percentage. Likewise, in the secondary level, the College gained 34% passing rate versus the 24.85% national passing percentage.
The passers in the elementary level are: Agudo, Mary Ann A.; Aguirre, Jennelyn M.; Apon, Marilyn V.; Arevalo Ma. Glenda E.; Atole, Joel E.; Aurelio, Michelle D.; Baccay, Visitacion V.; Balderama, Errol G.; Bejison, Jovie M.; Borilla, Rosario D.; Brien, Michelle D.: Callos, Ar-Jay D.: Dalimot, Orland D.; Defeo, Cathelyn R.; Desquitado, Gilbert H.; Deyto, Merriam M.; Dichoso, Shirly E.; Dio, Bernadette D.; Dollente, Rolando D.; Dometita, Sheryl D. Dooc, Lanie D.; Doroin, Dolores, G.; Dugan, Merry Ann M. Escartin, Rosalie D.; Escultura, Cristille B.; Fidelson, Marita L.; Fuaso, Myra F.; Gabionza, Josebel D.; Gacias, Romeo Jr. F.; Garinto, Nyra G.; Giga, Cindy A.; Gratuito, Alfonso G.; Gredona, Rechilda E.; Gutierrez, Carmina de los S.; Halum, Shovy R.; Hapin, Bryan H.; Hara, Lilibeth H.; Herrera, Marlene, R.; Hicap, Girlie H.; Jetajobe, Elvie D.; Laguidao, Gezel A.; Larce, Jossan L.; Lasala, Mary Rose.; Loterte, Ceciah B; Madridano, Mylene D.; Manuel, Nina G.; Millapre, Jessa G.; Patricio, John Mark E.; Pimentel, Carla D.; Ponting, Juni D.; Reyes, Joan F.; Romero, Elizabet L.; Rosal, Jocel A.; Saniel, Georgia May E.; Sincua, Menchie P. and Zablan, Kyoko B.
In the related news; the following are the Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) graduates who hurdled the LET on March 2012: Balbastro, Velligie B.; Balben, Marites D.; Baniel, Cyrel H.; Dalisay, Flordeliza J.; Dolot, Russel D.; Dooc, Michael Elias D.; Enorme, Rosalie P.; Estolonio, Mary Ann E.; Evano, Jay Boy E.; Fontelar, Wilma D.; Fresto, Aldrin G.; Habla, Marian A.; Hicom, Kris Zaldy M.; Licup, Ronalyn B,; Mejia, Markson B.; and Ramos, Jesse Lloyd H. #(EFCarranza)