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One of the determinants of the quality of graduates of Teacher Education Institutions (TEI’s) in the
Philippines is their performance in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). This study analyzed the
performance in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) of BSEd takers for the period 2009-2018.
LET results of graduates were taken from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) which were
analyzed using descriptive statistics and ANOVA. Results showed that there were 890 LET takers from
2009-2018, with the Social Studies majors topping the list of examinees. Out of 890 takers during the 10-
year period, 760 or 85.39% passed the LET while 130 or 14.61% did not. Thus, ASU-CTE registered a
70.48% passing percentage against the national passing percentage of 37.31 with 33.18 percent difference,
which was 88.93 percentage higher than the national passing percentage. The highest mean performance in
the area of General Education, Professional Education, Specialization, and Final Rating of the LET takers
was in the year 2017. Significant differences were found out in the performance of LET takers in
professional education, specialization and final rating when classified as to field of specialization.
Furthermore, possible interventions were also suggested to improve the LET preparation and performance of
BSEd students and graduates.
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