ALS Exam Result 2014 – DepEd releases October 2013 ALS A&E exam results
Department of Education (DepEd) released today, February 21, 2014 the results of October 2013 Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency exam (ALS – A&E). In the elementary level, 6,135 of the 24,998 applicants passed the test while 72,076 of the 221,598 are successful in the Secondary level.
Secretary of Education Armin Luistro congratulated all the passers for their diligent efforts in meeting the final requirement before getting their respective achievement certificates. “Through the ALS A&E certificate, an industry-based worker, or a member of a cultural minority, or the differently-abled, or an out-of-school youth or adult may pursue further formal education or career growth. Congratulations to everyone who passed the exam, and for those who did’t, this is not the end of the line. You can always return to the modules and retake the exam the next time. Diligence is key.”
The ALS is a free education program aimed to deliver the education agenda to the marginalized sector through sets of modules, varying schedules, and one-on-one discussions with the facilitator when the need arises. The A&E Test is a paper and pencil-based test composed of composition writing and answering a multiple choice-type set of questions.
The complete lists of passers for Elementary and Secondary are now posted online.
List of Passers Elementary ALS – AE
List of Passers Secondary ALS – AE
The Department of Education is proud to present the successful examinees of the 2013 Accreditation and Equivalency Test.
In the elementary level, 6,135 of the 24,998 applicants are successful. In the Secondary Level 72,076 of the 221,598 are successful.