LET Board Exam Results: Complete Lists of Passers (September 2013)

The Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) and the Professional Teachers Board is expected to release the official results of Teachers Board Exam taken last September 29, 2013, 30 to 45 working days since the last day of examination and probably that would be in the month of November.

LET Exam Board  Results September 2013

This post will be updated with the teacher board exam results that includes list of passers, topnotchers, top performing schools and performance of schools once available online.

According to the PRC that there are 128,083 examines who took the September 2013 licensure examination for teachers (LET) in their respective regional testing centers nationwide.

If we try to look at the previous release date of teachers board exam results somehow we can determine how fast it came out based on the number of LET examinees.

Last September 2012 Teachers Board Exam, the official release date came out in 42 working days with 50,997 examinees in the elementary levels and 47,892 examinees in the secondary levels.

Last March 2013 Teachers Board Exam, the official release date came out in just 27 working days with 37,117 examinees in the elementary levels and 38,433 examinees in the secondary levels.

Hopefully, LET Exam Results official release date for this September 2013 Licensure Examination for Teachers will be released in the second or fourth weeks in the month of November.

LET List of Passers will be provided here.

Teachers Board Exam or LET Passers (Secondary Level)

Teachers Board Exam or LET Passers (Elementary Level)

For updates, visit this page more often.

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