MSU-GSC produces 17 LET Topnotchers
by Cathy Mae D. Toquero
The College of Education of MSU-General Santos City has produced 17 topnotchers in the recently concluded September 2019 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).
Twelve of these topnotchers came from the Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED) Department and five were from Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED) Department.
Dr. Maria Theresa P. Pelones, Dean of the College of Education, said that the 17 topnotchers is the largest ever that the university produced in any board examination.
“This is the first in our history. Previously, we only produced up to three topnotchers but now it’s totally different,” said Dr. Pelones. She added that the support from the administration, faculty members, partner review centers, and the strong efforts of the students were the keys to the remarkable success.
The college also garnered a passing rate of 92.53% (elementary level) and 81.11% (secondary level) for first-time takers. Based on national rating, PRC announced that out of 94, 440 examinees, only 28, 973 (31.34%) successfully passed the elementary level while out of 136, 523 takers only 54, 179 (39.68%) passed for the secondary level.
The LET was administered by the PRC Board of Professional Teachers at different test centers in the country on September 29, 2019.
The Official Newsletter OF MSU-GSC
FEBRUARY 2020 | NO. 2