Manila, Philippines (Updated June 12) – The list of passers and related results for the secondary level of DepEd’s ALS A&E test for School Year (SY) 2017-2018 conducted on March 2018 are expected to be released from June 11-15, 2018. The said examinations were administered by the Department of Education and Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA) at various testing centers around the country on March 2018.
On this page, examinees can find the full list of results courtesy of the education department.
Congratulations to all passers!
MARCH 2018 ALS A&E RESULTS SUMMARY
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
March 2018 ALS A&E Test (Secondary)
Held on March 11, 2018
Released on JUNE 2018
[Stand by… Results are expected to be officially release by DepEd very soon…]
Alternative Learning System (ALS) Accreditation and Equivalency Test (A&E) is a program of the Department of Education for dropout students, out-of-school youth, financially insufficient, working individuals and are not capable of finishing the elementary and secondary studies at formal schooling either in public and private schools.
ALS uses modular approach of teaching. The students are not required to attend on daily basis, only during the agreed schedule between the teachers and students.
Teaching are divided into 2 parts, one being done in school and the other in the community. Facilitators uses uniform learning modules covering all important academic subjects like Mathematics, Science, Filipino, English, etc.
Just like graduates from formal schooling, ALS A&E finishers will also receive diploma duly signed by the education secretary which can be used for enrolling in Grade 11 and other related purposes.
DepEd, in its latest report said that ALS passers now have a lot of options after completing the program. To quote,
With DO 27, A&E Test-High School Level passers will now have more options after completing the program. They may choose to either, a) enroll in college/university as first year students (subject to admission policies and requirements of higher education institutions); or b) take skills development programs being offered by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and/or other accredited government and private skills training institutions.
These A&E passers are also given the option to enroll as Grade 11 in any public or recognized private schools offering Senior High School (SHS) and choose a specific track based on their field of interest. This is in accordance to DepEd Order No 41, s. 2015, or the “Senior High School Career Guidance Program and Early Registration.”
ALS A&E is a yearly examination program being administered by the Department of Education at all designated regional testing centers around the country.
To pass the exams, examinees must obtain 60% rating.
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