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List of Passers: LET Results March 2017 teachers board exam


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MANILA, Philippines - The 'March 2017 LET results' are out expected between May 10 to 24 (30-40 working days). Those awaiting the teachers board exam result can find here the the full list of passers, top 10 (topnotchers), top performing schools and performance of schools once released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT).

List of Passers: LET Results March 2017 teachers board exam

PRC conducted the first licensure exam for teachers (LET) to around 100,000 examinees in at least 18 testing centers nationwide: Bacolod, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Catarman (Northern Samar), Cebu, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Manila, Puerto Princesa (Palawan), Rosales (Pangasinan), San Jose (Occidental Mindoro), Tacloban, Tuguegarao, Pagadian and Zamboanga.

The BPT who gave the board exam is composed of Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, Chairman; Dr. Paz I. Lucido, Dr. Paraluman R. Giron and Dr. Nora M. Uy, Members.

Here's the complete list of results for March 2017 LET (check back for the activation of links):


  • March 2017 LET Results: Alphabetical List of Passers Elementary Level
  • March 2017 LET Results: Alphabetical List of Passers Secondary Level
  • Top 10 March 2017 LET Elementary Topnotchers
  • Top 10 March 2017 LET Secondary Topnotchers
  • March 2017 LET Top Performing, Performance of Schools
  • March 2017 LET passers registration, verification of ratings and oathtaking schedule, venue

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on MARCH 26, 2017
Released on MAY 2017

Updating for the list of passers...

Recommended: While waiting for the results of LET, join the discussions with other takers on Facebook, here.


Coverage of Exam and Passing Percentage


The March 2017 LET covers two parts for Elementary - General Education (40%) and Professional Education (60%) and three parts for Secondary - General Education (20%), Professional Education (40%) and Specialization (40%).

The test covered the major areas of General Education (English, Filipino, Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences), Professional Education (teaching profession, social dimensions of education, principles of teaching, education technology, curriculum development, facilitating learning, child and adolescent development, assessment of student learning, developmental reading, field study and practice teaching).

The 10 specializations for Secondary Teacher with exam coverage depends on the chosen course: English, Filipino, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Social Studies or Social Sciences, Values Education, MAPEH, Agriculture and Fishery Arts and Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE).

In order to pass March 2017 LET, an examinee must obtain an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating lower than 50% in any of the tests, PRC said.

PRC said that passing the LET and having valid professional license are necessary before the practice of teaching profession in the Philippines. Otherwise, those who will violate may face fine and imprisonment based on penal provisions.

Probable release date of LET Results

PRC Board News, our partner website for PRC exam results said that the probable release date of March 2017 LET exam is between May 10 and 24 (30-40 working days or in 7-9 weeks).

Meanwhile, PRC Resolution No. 2016-1019 set the target release date of March 2017 LET result on Friday, May 19, 2017 or in 37 working days after the exam.

The calculated total workdays for PRC's target date excludes 7 Saturdays/Sundays and 3 holidays namely Maundy Thursday (April 13), Good Friday (April 14) and Labor Day (May 1). A total of 54 calendar days or nearly two months was calculated.

In the past 4 years for the same period, 35 days is the average number of days before the release of results for the average of 88,000 examinees and 31.14% passing rate.

In March 2015 LET, PRC released results in 41 working days. A total of 30,938 elementary and secondary takers passed the exam (32.28% passing rate).

Meanwhile, the March 2015 results were announced online in 38 working days. A total of 30,007 out of 100,740 passed the examination (29.79%).

On the other hand, January 2014 and March 2013 examination results were out in 32 and 27 working days, respectively.

Here's the LET results summary for the past 4 years

Exam Date Total Examinees Total Passers Passing Rate Days before results release
March 26, 2017 TBA TBA TBA TBA
September 25, 2016 170,220 54,712 32.14% 48
March 20, 2016 95,829 30,938 32.28% 41
September 27, 2015 149,905 55,471 37.00% 48
March 29, 2015 100,740 30,007 29.79% 38
August 17, 2014 148,589 52,068 35.04% 51
January 26, 2014 80,735 23,153 28.68% 32
September 29, 2013 126,952 45,139 35.56% 40
March 10, 2013 75,550 25,533 33.80% 27

Note that the total number of days before the 'judgement day' depends on some factors such as the total number of examinees, effect of any work cancellations due to unforeseen events and system of checking the pencil-based tests.


Updates before the release of March 2017 LET result

Same with the previous examinations, The Summit Express will update this page for the updates on LET. Followers of this page may get the exact release date in few days or hours before the release of results.

April 9, 2017 Update: Dr. Carl Balita known for giving hints on the exact release of results shared on Facebook his first riddle:

"When the 1st working day of the 7-day cycle mirrors an identical digit in the 5th lunar cycle of the year, LET the DREAM and the DREAMER become ONE..."

Our guess: The fifth lunar cycle of the year happens between May 3 and May 26. The first working day of the 7-day cycle and the identical digit may be referring to May 22 (Monday).

April 23, 2017 Update: LET results are out SOON. - source.

Updating...check back for more details.


LET Top Performing Schools

In the same period last year (March 2016), none of the schools qualified for the top performing school list for Elementary level as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010. Meanwhile, University of the Philippines (UP) - Diliman topped the Seconday level exam with 93.44% or 57 out of 61 examinees passed.

In March 2015, De La Salle University (DLSU)-Manila and University of the Philippines (UP) - Diliman were hailed as the top performing schools for elementary for obtaining 100% passing rate. UP-Diliman also topped secondary level exam, 95.24% passing rate.

LET Topnotchers

PRC recognized Rowena Miano Hingpit of University of Mindanao (UM) - Davao City as the topnotcher for the elementary level LET, 90.60%, during the March 2016 board exam. Michael Prince Notorio del Rosario from Lorma College is the current record holder for Secondary level, 92.00%.

Meanwhile, Vincent Atienza Isidro of University of the Philippines (UP)-Diliman got the highest place, 90.40%, for elementary level in the March 2015 LET. Herminigilda Cabrera Notario of North Valley College Foudation Inc. topped the Secondary level board exam, 91.40%.

Registration of Passers

Schedule of registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be announced once results are released online.

The requirements are the following: 1) Notice of Admission; 2) duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal; 3) two pieces passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete nametag); 4) two sets of documentary stamps.

PRC advised that successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER, PRC said.

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