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Old 01/03/08, 01:39 PM   #1
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Licensure Examination for Teachers(LET) - Philippines

For those ready to take the exam for Teachers (LET) here below are the requirements for application:

- Original and photo/xerox copies of Transcript of Records with Special Order and Date of Graduation with SCANNED PICTURES AND WITH REMARKS “FOR BOARD EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY”. View Res.2004-200. .(Graduates of government schools and institutions/programs accredited by recognized accrediting agencies under the FAAP are exempted from SO [B]) . Graduates of New Schools/Degree/Programs must submit School Recognition and/or Permit to Operate.

- Original and photo/xerox copy of NSO-issued of Birth Certificate (in NSO security paper; if NSO copy not very clear, bring copy from local civil registrar)

- Four (4) passport size colored pictures with complete name tag in white background

- Current Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)

- Original and photo/xerox copies of NSO-issued -- Marriage Contract in NSO security paper (for married female only;if NSO copy not very clear, bring copy from local civil registrar)

- Other specific requirements as required by the Commission and/or the Professional Regulatory Board.

Source: http://www.prc.gov.ph/exam_instruction.asp


* 18 units of Professional Education are required
** Review center can post here their schedule and programs



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Old 01/10/09, 12:34 PM   #2
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hi,

would you know the schedule for application for this year? I believe there's one this coming April, but I don't know the application deadline or where I can get the information.

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I am not so sure.. but as far as I know LET happens only once a year.. and that can be August or may be September... in between those dates...

And usually, deadline for application is until the end of May.

I am not sure if there are other changes regarding the LET because itś been two years ago since I took it...
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Is it also true that the educational requirements for LET will be increased from the current 18-units starting September 2009 exams?

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Old 01/19/09, 07:24 AM   #5
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Hello Wasted2day

I hope this link will help. Good luck!
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I took the LET last October 2009, the week after Ondoy hit Manila. I'd like to share an essay on how I prepared for and took the LET even during typhoon season.

You can also find tips on how to pass the LET in my article, which was published in a small teachers' magazine.

I think there are also changes in the required number of units for those non-Education graduates who want to take the LET. From 18 units only, the PRC has increased it to 30 or so. It's as good as completing a Masters degree or the certificate program. The new requirement is already in effect starting with the September 2010 exam takers.

I hope these help.
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I took the LET last October 2009, the week after Ondoy hit Manila. I'd like to share an essay on how I prepared for and took the LET even during typhoon season.

You can also find tips on how to pass the LET in my article, which was published in a small teachers' magazine.

I think there are also changes in the required number of units for those non-Education graduates who want to take the LET. From 18 units only, the PRC has increased it to 30 or so. It's as good as completing a Masters degree or the certificate program. The new requirement is already in effect starting with the September 2010 exam takers.

I hope these help.

Good one. I tried reading your essay and I was engendered to read it one more time. You can try posting here. Members who can write at EC are busy these days. I hope your hands aren't that full to try. Enjoy this forum.
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I took the LET last October 2009, the week after Ondoy hit Manila. I'd like to share an essay on how I prepared for and took the LET even during typhoon season.

You can also find tips on how to pass the LET in my article, which was published in a small teachers' magazine.

I think there are also changes in the required number of units for those non-Education graduates who want to take the LET. From 18 units only, the PRC has increased it to 30 or so. It's as good as completing a Masters degree or the certificate program. The new requirement is already in effect starting with the September 2010 exam takers.

I hope these help.
I have yet to read your other essays once I am free to do so.
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The LET was completed April 2010 guys... the next will be in 2011...check the link below.
http://techathand.net/Prcboardexamre...ional-teachers
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I have yet to read your other essays once I am free to do so.
That essay is actually a part of a series of essays about the LET, from the application process to the release of the results. I'm not that confident about my writing though!
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