The Licensure Examination for Teachers or LET is the most taken board examination being administered by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). On September 2018 LET alone, 90,750 examinees took the elementary level exam while 126,582 hopefuls took the secondary level examination. While it has the most number examinees every year, passing the LET is not an easy feat. In fact, the majority of those who took the LET every year failed the exam. Since 1996, the national passing rate only ranges from 15% to 36%. This means that the mortality rates have been very high- from 64% to 85%! In other words, for every ten examinees who took the exam, only 2 to 4 examinees pass the LET.
We created this free online LET reviewer for BEEd and BSEd to increase your chances of passing the LET this 2019. It is comprised of online practice tests in General Education (Gen Ed), Professional Education (Prof Ed) and Majorship or Area of Specialization. We hope that this reviewer will give you a bird’s eye view of your LET journey and the needed exposure to the actual tests you will take, preparing you psychologically and removes the mental block and nervousness which are deterrent factors in passing the examination.
The Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) covers the following subjects written in either English or Filipino. To access our free online practice tests, just follow the links below.
- Principles of Teaching, Educational Technology, Field Study and Practice Teaching
- Teaching Profession
- Facilitating Learning, Child and Adolescent Development
- Curriculum Development
- Social Dimensions of Education
- Assessment of Learning
Majorship/Area of Specialization
- Biological Science
- Physical Science
- Social Studies/ Social Sciences
- Values Education
- Agriculture and Fishery Arts
- Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE)
How to Maximize your Passing Potential
Here are some techniques to follow to increase your chances of passing the LET and ensure your success.
- Manage your time during the exam as most tests give you more than enough time to complete it. Calculate the average time granted to you per question by dividing the time allotted by the number of questions. If you have to read a question more than twice to know what it is asking, mark and leave it then move on to the next. Once you are done with the entire test, check your time and go back to those you left unanswered.
- Do not get bogged down by those hard to answer questions. Answer all the easy questions first, then tackle the hard ones.
- Eliminate as many wrong answers as you can. Deciding between two choices is easier than deciding among five. The LET is formatted in a multiple-choice type of questions.
- Try lining up your test booklet with your answer sheet for answering efficiency.
- Change an answer only if you have a reason for doing so.
- Be careful not to make any stray marks on your answer sheet as the test is checked by a machine.
- Lastly, always check if you are answering the questions in the right spot. Right answers in wrong places result in test failures.
Over to you
To increase your chances in passing the LET, engage yourself in a review that is focused on the LET competencies and this LET reviewer will be of great help. Set a regular schedule for review but do not forget to give yourself the needed rests. Most of the questions in the actual LET are situational, so internalize and don’t memorize. Lastly, do not feel tired and discouraged. Treat the review as an enjoyable challenge. Stay positive and believe in yourself. You can do it future LPT! Good luck!