March 2024 LET Room Assignments: Baguio, Rosales, Tuguegarao, Ilocos

 March 2024 LET Room Assignments: Baguio, Rosales, Tuguegarao, Ilocos

LET Room Assignments March 2024 Licensure Exam for Teachers

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) central office has published the roster of candidates and room assignments for the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) in Metro Manila (NCR), scheduled for March 17, 2024 (Sunday).

Apart from Metro Manila, the March 2024 LET will be held in various examination centers nationwide, encompassing Baguio, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Koronadal, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Pampanga, Rosales, Tacloban, Tuguegarao, and Zamboanga.

In response to the anticipated high number of examinees and to prevent undue inconvenience and additional expenses for candidates, PRC has designated additional test centers in Bacolod, Bayambang, Bohol, Catanduanes, Cauayan, Digos, Dumaguete, General Santos, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Kidapawan, Marinduque, Masbate, Mati, Oriental Mindoro, Palawan, Romblon, and Tagum.

MARCH 2024 LET ROOM ASSIGNMENTS (Stay tuned for the activation of links)


  • Elementary
  • Secondary (English)
  • Secondary (Filipino)
  • Secondary (MAPEH)
  • Secondary (Mathematics)
  • Secondary (Science)
  • Secondary (Social Studies)
  • Secondary (TLTVE)
  • Secondary (Values Education)



  • Elementary
  • Secondary (English)
  • Secondary (Filipino)
  • Secondary (MAPEH)
  • Secondary (Mathematics)
  • Secondary (Science)
  • Secondary (Social Studies)
  • Secondary (TLTVE)
  • Secondary (Values Education)


Ilocos Norte

  • Elementary
  • Secondary (English)
  • Secondary (Filipino)
  • Secondary (MAPEH)
  • Secondary (Mathematics)
  • Secondary (Science)
  • Secondary (Social Studies)
  • Secondary (TLTVE)
  • Secondary (Values Education)

Ilocos Sur

  • Elementary
  • Secondary (English)
  • Secondary (Filipino)
  • Secondary (MAPEH)
  • Secondary (Mathematics)
  • Secondary (Science)
  • Secondary (Social Studies)
  • Secondary (TLTVE)
  • Secondary (Values Education

PRC General Instructions to March 2024 LET Examinees

1. Check or verify your school/building assignments at the PRC official website ( or through the Notices/ Announcements to be posted at the PRC premises two (2) to three (3) working days before the date of examination.

2. On the day of the examination, report to the school/building assignment not later than 5:30 A.M. Be punctual. Late examinees will not be admitted.

3. You are required to wear the following attire on examination day:

a. Male Examinees - Tucked-in white polo shirt with collar (without any seal, logo or mark), decent pants or slacks

b. Female Examinees - Tucked-in white blouse or shirt with collar (without any seal, logo or mark), decent pants or slacks

4. Examinees must be well-groomed , with hair properly clipped and/or pony tailed.

5. Bring the following on examination day:

a. Official Receipt of payment of application for examination
b. One (1) piece Long Transparent White Plastic Envelope (for keeping your valuables and other allowed items)
c. One (1) piece long size brown envelope
d. Two (2) or more Pencils (No. 2)
e. Ball pen with black ink only.
f. Negative RT-PCR Test Results, if applicable, or Certificate of Quarantine or Certificate or copy of Vaccination Card for fully vaccinated examinees to the proctor on the examination day

6. The following are strictly PROHIBITED inside the examination rooms/premises:

a. Books, notes, review materials, and other printed materials containing coded data/information/formula;

b. Calculators that can automatically carry out a sequence of operations under control of a stored program, much like a computer and/or with audiovisual features, and/or capable of external communication or internet connectivity fall under programmable calculators (Please refer to Board Resolution No. 25 s. 2019).


d. Bags of any kind (ladies’ bag, shoulder bags, attachΓ© case, backpack, etc.);

e. Other examination aides not stated in this program.

All personal belongings of the examinees shall be surrendered to the proctor and shall be placed in a secured space within the examination room.

The rules on the conduct of bodily search, inspection of personal belongings of the examinees, and the seizure/confiscation of prohibited items during the licensure exam (Annex A of PRC Memorandum Order No. 57 (s. 2020) shall be strictly observed.

7. Joint Administrative Order No. 01 (s 2021), the following precautionary measures and protocols shall be observed and implemented during the conduct of licensure examination such as, but not limited to:

7.1. All examinees and examination personnel shall enforce the following precautionary measures among themselves:

a. Limit their travel to a semi-bubble set up of home-testing venue-home
b. Observe physical distancing of at least one (1) meter between and among examinees.
c. Restrict examinees to their assigned seat;
d. Wear a well-fitted face mask at all times;
e. Bring 70% ethyl alcohol for hand disinfection;
f. Avoid close contacts (e.g., “beso-beso”, hugging, handshakes), and similar activities which directly involve touching of other persons;
g. Avoid touching one’s eyes, nose, and mouth;
h. Observe cough and respiratory etiquette at all times; and
i. Avoid spitting in public, on floors, and corridors.

7.2. Examinees and examination personnel shall bring their own meals (pre-packed meal/snack and drink) to be eaten during breaks, on their assigned seats. Face masks and face shields (if applicable) will only be removed when taking meals or drinks.

7.3 Examinees shall bring their own pens, pencils, and erasers. Borrowing from a seatmate is strictly not allowed.

7.4 Loitering and unnecessary conversing in the hallways or in the examination room are strictly not allowed.

7.5 Physical distancing shall be strictly observed in the queuing of the examinees entering the testing venues;

7.6 Examinees shall proceed immediately to their designated examination rooms after the screening.

7.7 During the examination proper, the following shall be strictly observed:

a. Room watchers/proctors and examinees shall be advised to observe and maintain the Minimum Public Health Standards (MPHS), at all times, within the examination rooms, particularly when examinees submit their answer sheets and test booklets/questionnaires. Only one examinee at a time shall be accommodated;

b. Any examinee who needs to use the restroom shall be accompanied by a room watcher/proctor, while always observing and maintaining MPHS. Only one examinee at a time shall be allowed to go to the restroom. Proper hand hygiene shall be observed particularly every after use of the restrooms; and

c. Protective facemasks and handkerchiefs/tissue shall be inspected by room watchers/proctors before the start of every subject and, if necessary, during the conduct of examination to ensure that they are not used to conceal codigos. In compliance with the MPHS, the inspection shall be done one at a time, while the rest of the examinees are seated.

8. In addition to the above, the examinees are required to submit a copy of the proof of full vaccination (1 or 2 doses depending on the vaccine received plus booster or based on the latest definition of “Fully Vaccinated”), RT-PCR test for those who are not fully vaccinated, or Certificate of Completion of Isolation, as the case may be, to the proctor on examination day.

If the examinee recently contracted COVID-19, a Certificate of Completion of Isolation or its equivalent signed by any of the following must be submitted:

1. Duly licensed Physician (government or private physician);
2. Municipal Health Officer, Provincial Health Officer or City Health Officer;
3. Designated Barangay Health Emergency Response Team (BHERTs) Officer or Barangay Health Worker visiting the residence of the examinee or examination personnel.

Examinees coming from other countries are required to quarantine following the latest quarantine and isolation protocols and guidelines, in and around the time of examination.

9. For detailed information, please refer to JAO 01 (s 2022)

10. Read carefully and follow the instructions on your NOTICE OF ADMISSION and EXAMINEES GUIDE.

The March 2024 LET covers general education and professional education subjects for Elementary Level and with the inclusion of specialization for Secondary Level.

In order to pass the one-day exam, taker must obtain an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating lower than 50% in any of the tests.

 Passing the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) on your first attempt requires careful planning, effective study strategies, and a positive mindset. Here are some tips to help you succeed:
  1. Know the Exam Coverage:

    • Familiarize yourself with the LET coverage, including the different subjects and their weightings. Understand the format of the exam and the types of questions you'll encounter.
  2. Create a Realistic Study Plan:

    • Develop a study schedule that covers all subjects and allows for breaks. Be realistic about your time commitments and set achievable goals for each study session.
  3. Use Quality Review Materials:

    • Invest in reliable LET review materials. Consider using textbooks, review books, online resources, and practice exams. Ensure that your materials are up-to-date with the latest curriculum.
  4. Take Diagnostic Tests:

    • Begin your preparation with diagnostic tests to identify your strengths and weaknesses. Focus your efforts on areas that need improvement while reinforcing your proficiency in strong subjects.
  5. Enroll in Review Classes:

    • Join LET review classes or attend review centers. These classes often provide structured lessons, expert guidance, and the opportunity to interact with fellow examinees.
  6. Practice Time Management:

    • Develop good time management skills during your study sessions and practice exams. This will help you allocate your time effectively on the actual exam day.
  7. Prioritize Weaker Areas:

    • Identify and prioritize the subjects or topics where you feel less confident. Allocate more study time to these areas to strengthen your understanding.
  8. Utilize Mnemonics and Memory Aids:

    • Create mnemonics and memory aids to help you remember key concepts, formulas, and information. These can be valuable tools for recalling information during the exam.
  9. Join Study Groups:

    • Form or join study groups to discuss topics with peers. Explaining concepts to others and engaging in discussions can deepen your understanding and provide different perspectives.
  10. Take Mock Exams:

    • Simulate exam conditions by taking mock exams. This practice will help you get used to the exam format, improve your time management skills, and identify areas that require additional focus.
  11. Stay Healthy:

    • Prioritize your physical and mental well-being. Get adequate sleep, eat a balanced diet, and engage in regular physical activity. A healthy lifestyle contributes to better concentration and overall cognitive function.
  12. Stay Positive and Manage Stress:

    • Maintain a positive mindset throughout your preparation. Manage stress through relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing, meditation, or short breaks during study sessions.
  13. Review Previous LET Questions:

    • Familiarize yourself with the style and structure of previous LET questions. This will help you understand the types of questions that may appear on the exam.
  14. Stay Informed:

    • Keep yourself updated on any changes or announcements related to the LET. Follow official sources to ensure you have the latest information about the exam.

Remember, consistent and focused preparation is key. Approach your studies with dedication, stay organized, and believe in your abilities. With thorough preparation and a positive mindset, you increase your chances of passing the LET on your first attempt. Good luck

During the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), it's crucial to avoid certain pitfalls to maximize your chances of success. Here are some things to avoid during the board exam:

  1. Cramming:

    • Avoid last-minute cramming. Spread your study sessions over a reasonable period to allow for better retention of information.
  2. Overloading on Caffeine:

    • While a moderate amount of caffeine can help you stay alert, avoid excessive consumption, as it may lead to jitteriness and increased anxiety.
  3. Neglecting Breaks:

    • Take short breaks during your study sessions to avoid burnout. Adequate rest helps maintain focus and prevents mental fatigue.
  4. Ignoring Physical Health:

    • Neglecting your physical health can impact your mental performance. Ensure you get enough sleep, eat nutritious meals, and stay hydrated.
  5. Isolating Yourself:

    • While focused study time is important, don't isolate yourself completely. Engage in conversations with friends or family to maintain a healthy balance.
  6. Ignoring Test-Taking Strategies:

    • Familiarize yourself with effective test-taking strategies, such as pacing yourself, reading questions carefully, and managing your time during the exam.
  7. Procrastinating:

    • Avoid procrastination. Start your preparations well in advance to allow for comprehensive coverage of the exam topics.
  8. Relying Solely on Memorization:

    • Understand concepts rather than relying solely on memorization. This will help you apply your knowledge to different types of questions.
  9. Ignoring Instructions:

    • Read and follow exam instructions carefully. Skipping instructions or misunderstanding them can lead to mistakes.
  10. Panic and Anxiety:

    • Avoid panicking if you encounter challenging questions. Stay calm, take a deep breath, and move on to the next question. You can always revisit difficult items later.
  11. Comparison with Peers:

    • Avoid comparing your progress or preparation with others. Focus on your individual study plan and what works best for you.
  12. Forgetting Important Documents:

    • Make sure you have all the necessary documents, identification, and required materials on the day of the exam. Forgetting any essential items can cause unnecessary stress.
  13. Overthinking:

    • Trust your preparation. Overthinking questions can lead to second-guessing correct answers. If you've studied thoroughly, trust your instincts.
  14. Engaging in Last-Minute Discussions:

    • Refrain from discussing exam topics with fellow examinees just before the exam. Such discussions may lead to confusion or unnecessary stress.
  15. Ignoring Mental Wellness:

    • Take care of your mental well-being. Practice mindfulness or relaxation techniques to manage stress and anxiety.

Remember that everyone's approach may vary, so find a study routine and exam strategy that suits you best. Avoiding these common pitfalls can contribute to a more focused and effective preparation for the LET. Good luck!

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