ALS Passer Ranks #1 in September 2019 Teachers’ Board Exams


ALS Passer Ranks #1 in September 2019 Teachers’ Board Exams

An ALS passer is making waves on social media after she ranked #1 in the September 2019 Teachers’ Board Exams!

Like many ALS passers, Kezia Keren Ambag skipped a lot of grades from her basic education. Yet she was able to easily catch up with her peers, surprising everyone as she topped the Board Exams. Who would have thought that an ALS passer could top the board exams – and rank #1 at that, huh?


Photo credit: Kezia Keren Ambag / Facebook

After passing ALS, Kezia chose to study Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) at the Philippine Normal University – Mindanao located in Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur. There, she was able to easily catch up with the other students even if she missed a lot on her basic education.


Photo credit: Kezia Keren Ambag / Facebook

Even then, she already surprised a lot of people when she graduated as Cum Laude. Despite the many years she missed in school, Kezia proved that this is not a hindrance for her to complete her studies with flying colors.


Photo credit: Kezia Keren Ambag / Facebook

Just like many graduates, Kezia chose to enroll at a review center after graduation to prepare for the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) which she took last September 2019. In the days leading to the release of the exam results, Kezia admits that she was feeling a bit apprehensive and unsure whether she would pass; this led her to have difficulty sleeping.


Photo credit: Kezia Keren Ambag / Facebook

But all her hard work paid off as she passed the test! It was quite amazing, however, that this ALS passer did not just pass the Teachers’ Board Exams but even ranked #1! She shares the top spot with two other passers, with the three garnering a rating of 92.60%.

Congrats to ALS-A&E passer (2013) Kezia Keren Ambag who topped (#1) the latest LET also PNU-Mindanao Cum Laude…. The ALS community is proud of you and other ALS grads who recently passed the LET #saALSmayPagasa,” shared Mercedes Arzadon, Assistant Professor at UP College of Education, who was quite impressed with her story.

Congratulations, Ma’am!

 

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