The Department of Education (DepEd) through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) announces the Results of the 2012 National Qualifying Examination for School Heads (NQESH) which was simultaneously administered across the country on January 20, 2013.
NQESH 2013 Results
The Department of Education (DepEd) extends its congratulations to the following Top Ten placers (List of Top 10 Passers of Principal Exam):
Judith D. Baclig
William Roderick R. Fallorin
Ma. Criselda G. Ocang
Rogelio P. De Guzman
Elvis M. Nacional
Nerissa R. Lomeda
Rommel O. Casabar
Lani F. Anito
Carina C. Untalasco
Mary Grace A. Flores
Bernardo Cristino P. Altamira
The Cut-Off score of the 2012 NQESH is placed at Percentile 90 based on the total standard scores obtained by the examinees in all performance domains covered by the examination.
How many have passed the 2012 NQESH Exam?
Of the total 14,567 test takers in the 2012 NQESH, a total of 1,454 examinees met the Cut-Off score of Percentile 90.
The results contains the following information:
Complete name of the examinee;
Total raw and standard scores; and
Complete List of NQESH Passers 2013
Below is the list of all examinees of all regions and their results. Take note of the OVERALL and PR column. Only those who got the score of 90 (Percentile Rank or PR) and above have passed the exam. And on the last column of the table is the region. Be sure to see which region you belong for easier search. Just browse the horizontal and vertical scrollbars for navigation.
To all passers, CONGRATULATIONS! It seems that you may like this video below:
The 2012 NQESH contained a total of 270 items which were equitably spread across the nine performance domains of school heads, to include:
Creating a Student-Centered Learning Climate;
Professional Human Resource Development;
Parent Involvement and Building Community;
School Management and Daily Operations;
Personal Integrity and Interpersonal Sensitivity;
English Language Proficiency; and
Requests for re-checking of examination papers shall not be entertained.
Moreover, applications for additional points attributable to the Veteran's Value Point Privilege for daughters and sons of duly recognized war veterans shall not apply.
For further inquiries, all concerned may contact Mr. Antonio G. Ordovez, Jr., National Project Manager, National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP), DepEd Central Office at telephone no.: (02) 635-4796 or Ms. Lolet Escandor, Regional Coordinator at telephone nos.: (02) 633-9455 or (02) 635-4796.
Congratulations to all NQESH Passers!
Are you one of the passers? How do you feel that you've passed the exam?
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no wonder hindi pumasa ung mga nagsasabing mataas ang passing score at unreachable kasi simple statistics hindi nila maintindihan...percentile rank po ang pinaguusapan dito...kaya top 10% lang ang kinukuha as qualifier. kung maraming magagaling na kumuha ng test sa batch chances are hindi makuluha ang mababa ang score. but even if your score is low basta low din ang karamihan, you can still qualify if you belong to the top 10%...gets nyo? kaya sa susunod na test isama nyo na sa prayer nyo na hindi gaanong magagaling ang kukuha ng test para malaki pa ang chance mo
Norm reference po ginamit sir, d criterion reference. Examinees were arranged from highest to lowest and from there kinuha ang top 10%. So the percentile score doesn't represent the raw score of the examinees. 10% of 14000+ is 1400. Ito ang bilang ng pumasa. Anyway congrats to dr. Dang ocang and sir rogelio! Way to go!