You will see the full results of the December 2018 Principals Test here once the PRC has announced the results. The Principal’s tests, which was previously called National Qualifying Examination for School Heads (NQESH) was conducted last December 9, 2018, at different testing centers around the country.
The Department of Education, together with the Bureau of Human Resources and Organization Development help conduct the examination last December as a mandatory requirement for the appointment of a school principal. It likewise serves as a way to easily select school heads in the public education sector.
Deped recently announced that they will be releasing the full results 5 months after the administration of the exam so please refresh this page for updates.
Full List Of Passers – Principals Tests December 2018 – (A-K)
Full List Of Passers – Principals Tests December 2018 – (L-Z)
Topnotchers – Principals Tests December 2018
Passing Rate And Coverage
In order for the examinee to pass the Principals Test, he or she must have a score not lower than 70% in each of the cluster subjects being administered. The Principal Tests goal is to assure the readiness of the school heads to embrace the duties and roles as a school head, school manager, and instructional leader.
Cluster Domain 1: School Leader
Personal and Professional Attributes and Interpersonal Effectiveness
Cluster Domain 2: Instructional Leader
Creating Student-Centered Learning Climate
Cluster Domain 3: School Manager
Human Resource Management and Professional Development
Parent Involvement and Community Partnership
School Management and Operations
Next Schedule Of Exams
The next schedule of exams for the Principals Tests are yet to be announced by DepEd, so please check here regularly for updates. We will keep everyone updated as soon as we learn of the schedule of the 2019 Principals Tests.
Warning For Aspiring Principal Test Examinees
The Department of Education recently announced that there are some dubious organizations posing as review centers bragging that they have access to the contents of the principals’ exams. The department advised the examinees to be cautious about these organizations since they are not in any way affiliated with any review centers.
They value the integrity and the credibility of the exams and they want to keep it that way.