Manila, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Tacloban and Catarman/ Region 8 releases the final list of examinees for the first batch of September 26, 2021 Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) including those for Batch 2, 3 and 4.
Room assignments will follow few weeks before the exams.
List of Final Examinees for LET September 2021 – Tacloban, Catarman/ Region 8
Here is the additional reminders from PRC Tacloban:
Further, all Tacloban & Catarman examinees for the LEPT are required to bring the following:
1. Informed Consent Form (Annex A)2. Health Declaration Form (Annex B )
3. Notice of Admission
4. Tacloban City QR Code – if your exam place is Tacloban (download through this link: https://safecity.tacloban.gov.ph/
5. Negative RT-PCR Test Result and/or Certificate of 14-day Quarantine (see attached images for the required period covered)
If an examinee fails to present any of the requirements mentioned, the said examinee will NOT be allowed to take the said licensure examination. On the other hand, examinees who failed to take the scheduled LEPT can re-apply for the said examination after June 2022.
PRC National Capital Region (NCR) recently released the final list of examines for first-timers saying that those who are not in the list will be included in the next batches. To quote,
“examinees not in the list shall be included in the second, third and fourth batch, prospectively”
Likewise, they reminded that the lists are final and further requests for transfers or postponement will no longer be entertained.
As per PRC announcement, the Licensure Examination for Teachers which was supposedly be held last March 2021 will now be held in four (4) batches of exam due to large number of examinees.
|Old Schedule||New Schedule|
|March 28, 2021||September 26, 2021 (1st Batch)|
January 30, 2022 (2nd Batch)
March 27, 2022 (3rd Batch)
June 26, 2022 (4th Batch)
Should you have concerns related to the Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers (LEPT), you may also reach the Professional Regulatory Commission at the following contact details:
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