Results of the 2011 National Qualifying Examination for School Heads (NQESH)
The Department of Education (DepEd) through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) announces the Results of the 2011 National Qualifying Examination for School Heads (NQESH) which was simultaneously administered nationwide on October 30, 2011.
The Department of Education (DepEd) extends its congratulations to the following Top Ten (10) placers:
Jocelyn M. Untalan
Nancy P. Sumagaysay
Agnes A. Francisco
Hilda E. Lumague
Georgia P. Talabong
Bobby P. Caoagdan
Jannet M. Marco
Darwin C. Nazareno
Suzette G. Talaman
April C. Bulalaque
Vivian C. Marzan
Of the total 11,778 test takers, 1,024 met the Cut-Off Score of 90th percentile. The full results of the 2011 NQESH can be download below:
The 2011 NQESH contained a total of 170 items which were equitably spread across the nine (9) performance dimensions of school heads:
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 by the Department. Similarly, 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 shall contact Mr. Antonio G. Ordovez, Jr., National Coordinator, NEAP, DepEd Central Office at telephone no.: (02) 635-4796 or Ms. Narcisa Magno, Researcher, NEAP, Baguio City at telephone no.: (02) 074) 444-9524.
Are you one of the passers? How do you feel that you've passed? Please share to us your feelings in the comments below. Congratulations to all the passers!
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Ma'am, Ano po ba ang passing score po ng pumasa mam???? Yun list po ba na naka post po sa itaas ay lahat po ba na nag take ng exam or yun mga pumasa lang mam??? I'm asking in behalf of my Assistant Principal who took the test po...Thanks po and God Bless.