Usep-Tagum grad places 7th in teachers' board

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

A SUCCESSFUL passer from Davao Region in the September Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), both for elementary and secondary levels, made it to the Top 10.

Exams result from the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) showed that Ereck Banico Jr., a graduate of the University of Southeastern Philippines (Usep) in Tagum City, was one of the five successful LET passers who landed on the seventh place for elementary level with a rating of 87 percent.

Two other graduates from Mindanao grabbed the first and second places in the elementary level. Cristie Lou M. Carillo and Ian Ceasar B. Sipe both graduates of Notre Dame of Marbel Universiry (NDMU) topped the exams garnering a rating of 88.60 percent while another Mindanaoan, Margielyn Eunice D. Peñalosa grabbed the second place with a rating of 88 percent.


Of the 50,997 LET takers for elementary level, only 25,136 have made it, or 43.50 national passing rate.

Other successful candidates who made it to the top 10 for elementary levels are:

3. Jane Erica B. Galve, Lipa City Colleges and Nikki Therise C. Saurin, Palawan State University-Puerto Princesa -- 87.80;

4. Gerlie Vee M. Batiller, Notre Dame of Tacurong College -- 87.60

5. Ruthell Angusto Moreno, West Visayas State University-La Paz -- 87.40

6 Lovella May G. Dubos, Mindanao State University-General Santos City; April Joy R. Jumawan Sultan Kudarat Polytechnic State College-Tacurong; Mayshel Love G. Laspiñas, West Visayas State University-La Paz; Analyn L. Ramos, Adelphi College; Darlin Jane A. Tecson, Josefina H. Cerilles State College-Dumingag; Cristine Joy B. Tediong, Notre Dame Of Marbel University -- 87.20

7. Ereck A. Banico Jr, University Of Southeastern Philippines-Tagum; Leslie Ann F. Estaniel, University Of Cebu In Lapulapu & Mandaue; Karen Grace H. Raguindin, Notre Dame Of Tacurong College; Alma Valenzuela Reynaldo Philippine Normal University-Manila; Dearborn E. Villafranca, Pamantasan Ng Cabuyao; Marielle Angelica Philomena R. Ylanan; University Of Saint La Salle -- 87.00

8. John Michael P. Gastador, Divine Word College of San Jose; Sherwin O. Remorin, Saint Mary’s University; Lovellyn V. Soco, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College) -- 86.80

9. Crystal C. Badayos, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College); Marc Elyzear N. Campado, Caraga Institute Of Technology; Jeunessa Marie L. Caritan, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College); Conchitina B. De Leon, University of The Philippines-Diliman; Mayrose F. Denila, Philippine Normal University-Cadiz City; Richel N. Dime, Saint Theresa’s College-Cebu; Elisha B. Flores, West Visayas State University-La Paz; Cyril M. Gutib, Camarines Sur State Agricultural College-Pasacao; Carl Angel D. Hilbero, Mater Dei College-Bohol; Joseph L. Idpan, Southern Leyte State University-Sogod; Noemi B. Maceda Palawan State University-Roxas; Lyra Mae N. Menrige, Notre Dame Of Marbel University; Kayla L. Oppus, Naval State University-Naval; Alyssa Camille S. Salvio, University Of Saint La Salle; Charlyn C. Sison, Quezon Colleges of Southern Philippines; Harriet B. Torrico, West Visayas State University-La Paz; Jerome L. Abregana, Cebu Technological University Argao; Nonette B. Alsino, University of The Cordilleras -- 86.60

10. Ana Fe L. Canencia, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College); Gestelle Mendoza, Sultan Kudarat Polytechnic State College-Tacurong -- 86.40

For secondary level, there were no passers from Davao Region who made it to the top 10.

The exam was conducted last September 30 in 22 testing centers across the country, including one in Davao City.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on November 28, 2012.

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