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DepEd releases NCAE results to 1.3 million students

Pasig City (19 March) — Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Jesli A. Lapus today announced the release of the results of the National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE), a test administered last January 17 to 1.3 million fourth year high school students in order to help them assess their career options after high school.

Emphasis on Career Guidance. "Each examinee is given a Certificate of Rating," Lapus explained. "And this will give the student an accurate measure of his potential for college, technical and vocational school, or entrepreneurship."

DepEd's National Educational Testing and Research Center (NETRC) Director Nelia Benito reported that certificates have been sent to the various DepEd Schools Division offices throughout the country, which are assigned to distribute the said certificates to the schools.

At the same time, Benito stressed that school guidance counselors have been trained by the department to assist students in interpreting their respective ratings.

"DepEd conducted a series of seminars on career guidance based on the NCAE," Benito explained. "And this was attended by guidance counselors nationwide."

According to Lapus, the results of the test will be used primarily for career guidance.

"This is not like the old NCEE (National Career Entrance Examination) which was used solely as a basis for admission to college," Lapus stressed. "The NCAE is a guide for students, so that they will really find a proper fit for themselves when they enter the job or entrepreneurial markets."

The education secretary contemplates that the NCAE will be made a prerequisite for post-secondary studies by school year 2009-2010 with the passage of a law.

Policy Implications

Lapus, meanwhile, stressed the importance of the NCAE in educational policy.

"Beyond using the NCAE results as a tool for students, we hope to use the results as a tool for research," Lapus explained. "And this has tremendous impact not only on basic education, we expect it to affect both higher education and tech-voc education."

"I'm sure that these results can also be used from the labor standpoint," Lapus added.

Lapus noted that the NCAE helps monitor the flow of students to post-secondary learning institutions as it too assesses each student's potential contribution to national development. He asks schools to look into the NCAE results so that appropriate interventions can be instituted.

At the same time, Lapus stressed the importance of the NCAE to scholarships.

"Donors and benefactors can use the NCAE as a tool for assessing the viability of their beneficiaries," Lapus pointed out. "By assessing the student's ratings, they can determine if he or she has a better chance of completing a college education or a tech-voc education."

"Donors must give priority to underprivileged students who have performed well in particular tests," Lapus added. "This ensures that their investments are not wasted."

The NCAE results revealed that 22,267 students who belong to families with annual incomes below P150,000, the current poverty threshold, are among the highest performers in the GSA, with Very High to Excellent scores (98-99+ percentile ranks). Meanwhile, 33,444 poor students also received very high scores in the Tech-Voc subtest.

"We are very happy with the conduct of this year's NCAE," Lapus said. "Our efforts here have paid off and they will continue to pay off as we look at ways of improving the test."

"We want our children to receive a basic education that is relevant to their needs," Lapus explained. "To many, this means jobs. And this starts with us helping them find the right career path— one that is available in the market and one that best suits their particular skills and propensities."

"The results of the tests will really help students determine their appropriate career paths," Lapus added. "The NCAE is by far the best tool our young graduates can use to properly assess their own skills and inclinations. And this will enable them to make more effective career decisions. I enjoin parents as well as tertiary schools to be guided by NCAE scores so that our education system can become more rational and deliberate."

 
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31 Responses to “DepEd releases NCAE results to 1.3 million students”  

  1. 1 rain

    ala pa ba ang results sa mga schools dito sa zamboanga city?

  2. 2 REY JAYNE RONDINA BINAY

    NAKAPASA BA KO SA EXAM??

  3. 3 RICO DULPA

    ALA PA BA ANG RESULT SA MGA SCHOOLS DITO SA PALOMPON LEYTE?

  4. 4 RICO DULPA

    AMBOT LANG IKAW RAY NAG TAKE OG EXAM LAIN ANG
    IMO PANGUTAN-ON,,,,,,,,,

  5. 5 hecel olita

    wer can we find the list of the passers of NCAE??tro online?

  6. 6 babylyn bataller

    tanong ko po kung nakapasa ako sa exam non april 16 2010? ty.

  7. 7 dencia of ifugao

    how can i find the list of the ncae result of haliap national high school year 2007

  8. 8 jino of zambales

    san po ba pde makita ung result ng NCAE tru online?? or kelan po nmn malalaman ung results??

  9. 9 bokz g

    pano mkita online ang results ng ncae last march 2010.pano maka kuha ng copy ksi nawala ung copy ko..kailanga ko po sana..pls..help me..tnx po

  10. 10 SEMAJNEED

    wala pa po bng results yung school dto sa cabuayo laguna ? yung COLEGIO DE STA CECILIA DE CABUYAO school …pls do email me kung may results na po …salamt po!

  11. 11 maria sarah jean a.bajado

    nakapasa b ako sa exam ….

  12. 12 Rjam Zimfonny R. Arigo

    saan po ako pwedeng makakuha ng result ko sa NCAE result last 2 YEARS… nawala ko kasi…

  13. 13 mark jhon fuellas

    papano naman po ung mag een roll ka kaso nasunog ung ncae mo papano po yon wala napo b kaming panahon or chance pra mag aral? papano pa po b ulit makakakuha non?

  14. 14 vence bryan AROCHA

    my NCAE result is not here in caraga,,,,, but i have taken the exam last sept. 2010,,,, i have the claim stub

    i want the resukt of my NCAE as soon as possible, i need it for my ched scholarship an d for me to enter college

    i hope you will also cooperate

    this is my mobile number 09306068534

    please inform me if you have already the result

    thank you and god bless

  15. 15 rashel toting

    .ahm..i have already my ncae result but i lost it..its so very important for my college.. can i ask another copy for it?how? please help me ..tnx

    or just text me in this num. 09231583424

  16. 16 Alison

    Saan ko po ba makukuha ang NCAE Result. Hindi po kasi naibigay ng school ko.
    I need the result of that as soon as possible.
    Give me a response in my email address taylorgrace1027@yahoo.com or in my facebook account mesguerra10@yahoo.com or text/call me up on my cellphone number 09069221547.
    Thank you very much !

  17. 17 GEAN A. PAG ONG

    Please transmit to this email address or celfone #0920 6141 002

    the result of my 2009 NCEA exams. I took the NCEA exams

    at Putongan Barangay High School, Putongan, Dapitan City.

    Thank you.

  18. 18 edwin r magat

    gustho ko lang po sanang humingi ng bagong copy ng ncae ko nawala po kasi yung una kailangan ko po kasi sa school salamat

  19. 19 marilyn luminario

    hello poh.. pwede po bah makuha ang ncaae result nong mga nag grad nong 2010?? nanakaw kasi bag ko noon eh.. kayah nawalah.. plxx naman poh.. kailangan ko poh talagah… i studied at agusan national high school.. its adrress is a.d. curato st., butuan city.. email me poh

  20. 20 jhennylyn

    pakisend nga po sa email ko name of passers in ncae examination in dinapigue national high school..Dinapigue,Isabela

  21. 21 romlan c. laurito

    kailan po malalaman ang result sa ncae

  22. 22 tricia

    what website can we find the results of NCAE examination of Baguio city national high school main?????

  23. 23 jose benigno bocala

    where can i found the result of NCAE last 2010-2011

  24. 24 JASON L. GOYENA

    Am taking NCAE Last 2010-2011….my teacher did not give me the result. I’m studied in CELSO FALCOTELO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL. Macabari Barcelona Sorsogon City… I need the result of that as soon as possible..hope you understand…..it’s very important for my college entrance Requirements… just text me in this num. 09284437217 or email me : tocameg@yahoo.com
    Thank you very much !

  25. 25 jo reyes

    Good day.

    I dont have any copy of my NCAE result Sept. 28 2011 , when i go to our school they could not provide us any copy.

    may i ask a favor to please send me a website where i could find and get a copy of my NCAE exam. my school

    is Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School, Matina, Davao City, Philippines

    My complete name is CRISTINE PEARL MALUNASAN REYES

    Pls. help me coz i really need this for taking an exam

    Thank you.

  26. 26 jemimah cabanayan

    where can we find the NCAE results 2011 of tumauini national high schoo???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????l

  27. 27 Mary Anne

    Our students KYRJAN S. SOMBLINGO, ROMMYL DELACRUZ II, JEZIEL P. PAMA, JEZER P. PAMA, LEVIE KENT E. LASIN, LEONARD G. DEANO of Banga National High School, Banga South Cotabato was misplaced. They need the copy as soon as possible for their scholarship. Please send their copy to my email ad. Thank you.

  28. 28 KATE ROAN GACHO

    PAANO PO MAKAKUHA NG RESULT ULIT? PAG NAWALA PO YUNG RESULT NA ORIGINAL?

  29. 29 Ma. Eliza Milagrosa Dagohoy

    Good Day.

    May i request for my NCAE result for the year 2011, i accidentally misplaced it, my full name is Maria Eliza Milagrosa Dagohoy from Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School, Matina Davao City, Philippines.

    My Email Address is loghie28@gmail.com

    thanks!

  30. 30 Regine Abines Andaya

    HELLO po. Saan po ba makikita yung mga results po ng NCAE noong 2008??na dispose po kc ng dati kong skul sa college.kailangan ko po kasi ngayo…Maraming salamat po.eto po email ko.andayaregine@ymail.com

  31. 31 John Arden A. Roblas

    I WANT KNOW THE RESULT OF MY EXAM IN NCAE
    PLEASE………THANK YOU….

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