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ISUJ hits 90.48% in CLE, 84%  in LET

“They reaped what they have sown”

This was once again proven by Isabela State University- Jones Campus after surpassing the national passing percentage and hitting 90.48% passing rate in the recently concluded Criminology Licensure Examination (CLE) in October 2013  and 84% in the Elementary and 66.67% in Secondary  in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET),  September 2013.

Among the passers in CLE were Remelita Agustin, Rodel Anical, Jessie Antonio Jr., Keneth Mark Baguiwong, Warrior Dela Cruz, Elthone Jhon Delos Santos, Roger Lopez, Remedios Mangaoil, Kristine Joi Manuel, Francis Jhon Miguel, Michael Pascual, Leonard Polanco, Benedicto Rivera Jr., Ritchele Salvador, James Santos, Nimfa Santos, Reden Suguitan, Raymark Tapaoan and Jogie Narciso who ranked 2nd in Region 02.

Meanwhile, Joanne Pascual one of the 21 passers in the Elementary level, ranked 6 in LET at Tuguegarao Testing Center, Region 02. The other passers were Edelvina Alejo, Jasmine Aquino, Karen Joy Asuncion, Stelyn Bartolome, Marianne Bueno, Roanna Sunshine Cabacungan, Noel Calleja, Rickson Dayto, Exel Dela Cruz, Ivy Dulawan, Maricar Escandor, Meluwin Idmilao, Mary Jane Meneses, Novelyn Meraveles, Cherry Mae Pioquinto, Jennifer Ramirez, Raquel Ramos, Devie Jane Salvador, Noven Rose Suguitan, and Evangeline Uy.

Furthermore, Bachelor of Secondary Education was able to hit 66.67% passing rate which comprised of 14 out of 15 first takers and 2 out of 9 repeaters. These were Jonalyn Agustin, Ricardo Andaya, Marilou Antonio, Shirly Delos Santos, Lariza Gallego, Reymond Lorenzo,  April Grace Medina, Charette Fernandez, Jonalyn Fernandez,  Lilibeth Jaggang, Joana Marie Prigillana, Maria Eliza Remigio, Giselle Rivera, Joanne Esteban, Jackilyn Meneses, and Michelle Tamundong.

It has been remembered that another set of Board passers this year hailed from the criminology and education departments last April and March.

            Criminology Licensure Examinations (CLE) success rate of the criminology department is at a satisfactory level with seven out of ten takers last April 8-10, 2013 and Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET) was at 56% for the 5 passers out of 9 takers.

            The 70% passing rate of the Crime busters is comprised of Escarte Agustin Jr., Kuordoval Ballesteros, Resty Binaya, Jaymar Cariaga, Divine Grace Cristobal, Rolly Taguba and Rowell Viernes. On the other hand, the newly licensed teachers from the two programs of the Education Department are Lenielyn Agustin, Majesty Remigio and Anthony Valencia for the Bachelor in Secondary Education and Mayvelyn Raccimo and Marvie Veronilla for the Bachelor in Elementary Education.

            The successful passing percentage was a result of the free intensive review classes conducted in both programs.