Exams ResultsOctober LET Result 2023 | PRC List of Passers 2023

October LET Result 2023 | PRC List of Passers 2023

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October LET Result 2023 | PRC List of Passers 2023

October LET Result 2023 | PRC List of Passers 2023 Here are the top 10 test takers (secondary level) from the Professional Regulation Commission’s October 2023 LET Board test results (PRC).

Following their publication in the PRC, the results of the October 2023 LET Board Exam, including a list of passers-by, the top 10 passers-by, the best scores, and school accomplishments, will be made available on this page.

Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cauayan, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Koronadal, Legaspi, Lucena, Pagadian, Pampanga, Rosales, Tacloban, Tuguegarao, Zamboanga, Bohol, and Dumaguete are among the cities with testing facilities.

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In the meantime, the PRC established additional testing locations in Antique, Bacolod, Kidapawan, Masbate, Bayambang in Pangasinan, Catanduanes, Catarman, Digos, Mati, Tagum, Butuan, Calapan (Oriental Mindoro), Puerto Princesa (Palawan), Boac (Marinduque), Romblon, and San Jose to handle the influx of candidates taking the teachers’ board exam as well as to prevent need (Occidental Mindoro).

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What is October LET Result 2023 Release Date.?

Are you wait for the October 2023 LET Result passer list and you do whem when will be released by the Professional Regulation Commission. The results expected to be out any day from December 5 and 16, 2023 or in 43-51 working days after the exam after the exam) according to PRC Resolution No. 1439 series of 2021, Also date might change without any prior information so keep visit this page always for instant results updates.

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How to Check October LET Result 2023

October LET Result 2023

Do you need how you can check October 2023 LET Result. Here we have instructions to access your examinations or your fellow results. The following are the Requirements:-

  • Admission notice
  • 2 sets of documentary stamp
  • Duly accomplished Oath Form
  • 1 piece short brown envelope
  • 2 pieces of passport-sized ID photos in white background and with complete name tag

Future teachers can visit PRC official website to view the board examination results and their passing rate. Examinees will be required to provide their full name, birthdate, exam name, date of examination and application number.

Previous Examination

In the June 2022 Licensure Exam for Teachers (fourth and final Batch of LET for the postponed board exams in 2022-2023), the PRC released results in 30 working days. The agency named 10,193 secondary teachers out of 20,191 examinees (50.48%) who passed the exams.

During the Batch 3 LET, results were released earlier than expected or only twenty-five (25) days after the exams. PRC named 7,809 secondary teachers out of 18,717 examinees (41.72%) who successfully passed the teachers board exam.

During Batch 2 LET (January 2022), PRC announced results in thirty (30) working days. A total of 12,074 secondary teachers out of 22,454 examinees (53.77%) passed the tests.

During the First Batch of LET (September 2021), PRC released results in forty-seven (47) working days after the exam. A total of 10,318 secondary teachers out of 17,863 examinees (57.76%) successfully hurdled the exams.

In the last teacher’s board exam before the pandemic (September 2019), PRC released results in fifty (50) working days. A total of 54,179 secondary teachers out of 136,523 examinees (39.68%) passed the exams.

Coverage of LET Exams


  • English – Study and Thinking Skills, Writing in the Discipline, Speech and Oral Communication, Philippine Literature and Master Works of the World
  • Filipino – Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Pilipino, Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Panananaliksik at Masining na Pagpapahayag
  • Mathematics – Fundamentals of Math, Plane Geometry, Elementary Algebra and Statistics and Probability
  • Science – Biological Science – General Biology, Physical Science with Earth Science
  • Social Sciences – Philippine Government New Constitution with Human Rights, Philippine History, Basic Economics, Taxation, Agrarian Reform, Society, Culture with Family Planning; Rizal and other Heroes, Philosophy of Man, Arts, General Psychology and Information and Communication Technology


  • Teaching Profession, Social Dimensions of Education
  • Principles of Teaching, Educational Technology and Curriculum Development
  • Facilitating Learning, Child and Adolescent Development
  • Assessment of Student Learning, Developmental Reading
  • Field Study and Practice Teaching

Online Application for Issuance of Certificate of Board Rating and Passing

The Professional Regulation Commission informs the public that all passers covered in the listed period below must secure an online appointment in making request for Certificate of Board Rating and Passing:

1 AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER November 2008 to date
3 AGRICULTURIST July 2010 to date
4 ARCHITECT January 2010 to date
5 CERTIFIED PLANT MECHANIC October 2008 to date
7 CHEMICAL ENGINEER November 2008 to date
8 CHEMICAL TECHNICIAN October 2016 to date
9 CHEMIST September 2010 to date
10 CIVIL ENGINEER November 2010 to date
11 CRIMINOLOGIST April 1997 to date
12 CUSTOMS BROKER October 2010 to date
13 DENTAL HYGIENIST July 2013 to date
14 DENTAL TECHNOLOGIST December 2012 to date
15 DENTIST June 2011 to date
16 ELECTRONICS ENGINEER October 2011 to date
17 ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN April 2011 to date
18 ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER June 2010 to date
19 FISHERIES TECHNOLOGIST October 2010 to date
20 FORESTER July 2010 to date
21 GEODETIC ENGINEER September 2010 to date
22 GEOLOGIST August 2010 to date
23 GUIDANCE COUNSELOR August 2010 to date
24 INTERIOR DESIGNER October 2008 to date
25 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT March 2010 to date
26 LIBRARIAN November 2008 to date
27 MASTER PLUMBER February 2010 to date
28 MECHANICAL ENGINEER October 2008 to date
29 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST March 2010 to date
30 METALLURGICAL ENGINEER October 2016 to date

About Professional Regulation Commission

The Professional Regulation Commission was first created as a national government agency by Presidential Decree (P.D.) No. 223 dated June 22, 1973, signed by then President Ferdinand E. Marcos, mandated to enforce the laws regulating the various professions. It was previously called the Office of the Board of Examiners, which was created by Republic Act No. 546 on June 17, 1950, under the aegis of the Civil Service Commission.

The PRC became operational on January 4, 1974. The office was attached to the Office of the President for general direction and coordination. On December 9, 1974, the Implementing Rules and Regulations of P.D. No. 223 were promulgated, paving the way for standardization of rules and procedures for the thirty-three (33) professions then under the CSC.


On December 5, 2000, President Joseph Ejercito Estrada signed Republic Act No. 8981 otherwise known as the PRC Modernization Act of 2000. The Implementing Rules and Regulations were adopted on February 15, 2001, through PRC Resolution No. 1 series of 2001. With the passing of RA 8981, the Commission exercises three functions: 1) executive functions; 2) quasi-legislative functions; and 3) quasi-judicial functions. It had also set its new thrusts and priorities such as customer-focused service, modernization through full computerization and re-structuring, the integrity of licensure examinations, good governance, protection and promotion of Filipino professionals, and support to national development priorities.

In fulfillment of its legal mandate, the PRC performs two important functions, which are: 1) to conduct and administer licensure examinations to aspiring professionals, and 2) to regulate and supervise the practice of the professions exercised in partnership with the forty-three (43) Professional Regulatory Boards (PRBs) in the fields of health, business, education, social sciences, engineering, and technology. The PRBs govern their respective professions’ practice and ethical standards and accredit the professional organization representing the professionals.

On September 11, 2006, as supplemented by Executive Order No. 565-A, PRC was attached to the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) for administrative supervision and control. Being an attached agency of the DOLE, the PRC works closely to the mandate of its mother agency.

The PRC serves more than 3.9 million professionals from 43 various regulated professions and hundreds of thousands of aspiring professionals who take the licensure examinations every year. More so, PRC affects the lives of every Filipino relying on the services of professionals. On top of this, the PRC stakeholders include the professional, would-be professionals, accredited professional organizations, foreign professionals seeking temporary permits to practice their professions in the country, schools and academe, other government agencies.

For the more information October 2022 LET Result Passer List visit official website https://www.prc.gov.ph/

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