LET RESULT. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released full results of teachers board exam conducted on March 24, 2019 in several testing locations nationwide. Takers may view on this page the alphabetical roll of passers arrange by Surnames (Secondary).
When was this board exam executed?
The PRC made the first board exam for this year for the LET on the 24th of March, 2019; they held the assessment in around twenty (20) testing centers in the whole Philippines.
The testing centers are:
- Occidental Mindoro
- General Santos
- Cagayan De Oro (CDO)
- Baguio; and
Board for Professional Teachers
These board members of this specific institution are: Chairman Dr. Paz I. Lucido; Vice Chairman Dr. Paraluman R. Giron; Dr. Rosita L. Navarro; and Dr. Nora M. Uy.
On this page, the complete list of passers or those who have successfully pass the tests will be posted. List below will be activated once LET results are announced online.
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PASSERS
- A-B Passers Secondary: March 2019 LET Results
- C-F Passers Secondary: March 2019 LET Results
- G-N Passers Secondary: March 2019 LET Results
- O-R Passers Secondary: March 2019 LET Results
- S-Z Passers Secondary: March 2019 LET Results
The March 2019 LET passers are those who obtained an average rating of not less than 75% and have no rating lower than 50% in any of the subjects.
PRC administered the LET board exam on March 24, 2019 in at least 20 testing centers around the country: Bacolod, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Catarman, Cebu, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Kidapawan, Legazpi, Lucena, Manila, Pagadian, Pampanga, Romblon, Rosales, Occidental Mindoro, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.
PRC Resolution No. 1127 stated that the target release date of March 2019 LET results is on on Tuesday, May 21 or in 36 working days after the test. Note that five (5) holidays were excluded in the computation, namely: The Day of Valor (Tuesday, April 9), Maundy Thursday (April 18), Good Friday (April 19), Labor Day (Wednesday, May 1) and Philippine General Election (May 13). On April 23, Malacañang suspended work in government offices in Metro Manila in the wake of a 6.1-magnitude earthquake that rocked parts of Luzon.