A Closer Analysis on the Performance of the PUPQC BBTE Graduates in the Licensure Examination For Teachers (2015-2018)

Doris B. Gatan*, Caroline T. Sumande**, Melanie F. Bactasa***
*-*** Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Quezon, Philippines
Periodicity:June - August'2019
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jsch.15.1.16217


Licensure Examination for Teachers' Performance is one of the predictors of quality education offered by Teacher Education Institutions (TEIs). Many among the Teacher Education Institutions in the country have taken a closer look at their graduates' performance and used this as a basis of reflection on what particular enhancement should be done to improve the program. This study, therefore, identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the current education program when it comes to the teaching and learning process in the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Quezon City (PUPQC) Branch. A comparison between the lists of graduates provided by the school with that of the list provided by Philippine Professional Regulation Commission was done to evaluate the individual student's board exam mean rating according to date of examinations and year of graduation. The percentage of rating of first takers, repeaters, passers, and failed takers were included in this study and used for analysis of data. The study aimed to evaluate the performance Bachelor in Business Teacher Education Graduates to the Licensure Examination for Teachers from 2015-2018. It also provided data as to how many graduates push through with the Licensure Examination successfully, what particular area the graduates and the students of Education need enhancement activities or any particular program of action for the PUPQC administration and faculty members to undertake. Based on the findings of the study, the researchers recommended a plan of action as to how to improve the LET performance, considering also the repeaters and those who failed in taking the examination.


Licensure Examination, Bachelor in Business Teacher Education (BBTE), Graduates, Performance, Repeaters, First-Time Takers.

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Gatan, D. B., Sumande, C T., and Bactasa, M. F. (2019). A Closer Analysis on the Performance of the PUPQC BBTE Graduates in the Licensure Examination For Teachers (2015-2018). i-manager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, 15(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.26634/jsch.15.1.16217


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