Passing the LET is enough but it would be better to know how your performed during the LET. Knowing your scores and its breakdown will help you identify possible areas of improvement in becoming a better teacher.
Here’s the PRC link where you can verify your rating http://www.prc.gov.ph/services/?id=41.
Make sure you have your LET application at hand. To date (April 23), only the General Education and Professional Education ratings and the Overall rating is posted.
You don’t have to wait for PRC to post the Specialization ratings anymore. Do a little Math and you’ll get your Specialization rating. Remember the percentages of the three parts of LET: 20% General Education, 40% Professional Education, and 40% Specialization.
If you got very high scores, you may extraoplate your rank. Check the list of LET topnotchers and notice that for Secondary Education, the Top 10 is 90.2. If you got a rating of 90, then you are Top 11 and if 89.8 Top 12, like one of our top bets in Math, Emjoy Macayayong.
If you got 75.00, then the more you should be happy for making it in the LET. Thousands weren’t as blessed as you are.
Are you contented with the rating that you got?
If March 2013 wasn’t your time to pass, don’t be too sad. Prepare early. Focus. Study smarter. Pray. And take your first step to passing. Join our Intensive Coaching for the LET. Find out more info here.