The Department of Education released on Wednesday, the results of the January 2013 National Qualifying Examination for School Heads (NQESH).
UPDATE: For the 2014 results, please see DepEd NQESH January 2014 Results, Passers and Top 10
A total of 14,567 test takers took the NQESH while only 1,454 met the cut-off score of percentile 90.
Below are the results of the examination and the top 10 examinees.
Top 10 Examinees of the January 2013 NQESH
The top 10 examinees who garnered the 10 highest scores.
|Judith D. Baclig||II||99.99|
|William Roderick R. Fallorin||III||99.97|
|Ma. Criselda G. Ocang||I||99.94|
|Rogelio P. De Guzman||I||99.92|
|Elvis M. Nacional||I||99.92|
|Nerissa R. Lomeda||NCR||99.92|
|Rommel O. Casabar||I||99.90|
|Lani F. Anito||XII||99.90|
|Carina C. Untalasco||I||99.85|
|Mary Grace A. Flores||I||99.82|
|Bernardo Cristino P. Altamira||IV-A||99.82|
Results of the NQESH 2013
Below are the results for the NQESH January 2013. Click on the full-screen button to enlarge the document.
Only those who got the percentile of 90 and above passed the exam.
More information about the NQESH
The NQESH examination was originally scheduled to be given on November 11, 2012 but it was then moved to January 6, 2013. Unfortunately, NEAP cannot reproduce on time the test materials and answer sheets, hence the date was moved last January 20, 2013.
NQESH is a principalship exam which will be the basis for selecting competent school heads to serve in public schools. The main qualifications is that the applicants must have at least five years of aggregate experience as a head teacher, teacher-in-charge, master teacher and/or teacher III. The examination has 240 items which is answerable within four hours and is divided in two parts.
The NQESH is administered as a mechanism in selecting competent school heads to ensure that only highly-qualified educators will be posted as principal.
NQESH 2013 will cover the following dimensions of school leadership:
- School Leadership;
- Instructional Leadership;
- Creating a Learning Climate;
- Professional Human Resource Development;
- Parent Involvement in Building Communities;
- School Management and Daily Operations;
- Personal Integrity and Interpersonal Sensitivity;
- English Language Proficiency; and
- Reading Comprehension.
Congratulations to all the passers!