Results: March 2016 Licensure Exam for Teachers
This is an announcement from the PRC
MANILA, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission and the Board for Professional Teachers announced on Thursday, May 19 that 12,128 elementary teachers out of 42,739 examinees (28.38%) and 18,810 secondary teachers out of 53,090 examinees (35.43%) successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers given last March 20, 2016 in 20 testing centers all over the Philippines.
It is further announced that of the 12,128 elementary teacher passers, 3,906 are first timers and 8,222 are repeaters. For the secondary teachers, 10,747 passers are first timers and 8,063 are repeaters.
The Board for Professional Teachers is composed of Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, Chairman; Dr. Paz I. Lucido, Vice Chairman; Dr. Paraluman R. Giron and Dr. Nora M. Uy, Members.
The results of examination with respect to 23 examinees were withheld pending final determination of their liabilities under the rules and regulations governing licensure examination.
The top performing schools in the March 2016 Licensure Examination for Teachers as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010:
The passers who garnered the 10 highest places in the March 2016 Licensure Examination for Teachers are the following:
Below is the full list of passers:
From May 30 - June 2, 2016 (Elementary) and June 3 - June 10, 2016 (Secondary), registration for the issuance of Professional ID and Certificate of Registration will be done on-line. Please go to www.prc.gov.ph and follow instructions for initial registration.
Those who will register are required to bring the following:
- duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
- 2 pieces passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete nametag)
- 2 sets of documentary stamps.
Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.
The dates and venues for the oathtaking ceremonies of the new successful examinees in the said examination will be announced later. – Rappler.com