March 2018 ALS A&E Test Results (Elementary & Secondary)

By | June 15, 2018 at 12:13 pm

MANILA, Philippines – The results for March 2018 Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency (ALS A&E) Test (Elementary and Secondary) for 2017-2018 are expected to be released by the Department of Education (DepEd) through the Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA) three (3) months after the exams.

March 2018 ALS A&E Test Results Elementary & Secondary

The official list of passers for the Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency (ALS A&E) Test Elementary and Secondary will be available on this page after it was released by DepEd online.

DepEd together with the BEA administered the March 2018 ALS A&E Test on March 4, 2018, for Luzon cluster and on March 11, 2018, for Visayas and Mindanao clusters.



The full results of March 2018 ALS A&E Test were expected to be released three (3) months after the last day of examinations or by June 11-15, 2018. However, the results might be released earlier or later without prior notice.


Through the DepEd  Memorandum No. 102 series of 2018 stated the change in the passing score from 75% to 60% which was implemented during 2016 exams will still be effective on the results of ALS A&E conducted last March 2018.


This Alternative Learning System is a free-education system program given by the government which provides an option for the dedicated students to finish their studies through non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills.

A&E Test is open for learners in the ALS and Non-formal education programs, out-of-school children who are prepared for the assessment and adults who are seeking for Certificate of Learning.

Applicants shall be at least 12 years old for Elementary Level and 16 years old for Junior High School on the day of examination test.


The successful examinees of the test will be given a Certificate or Diploma with the seal of DepEd and signature of the Secretary. The certificate certifies that the competencies are comparable to graduates of the formal education system.

In addition, the Department of Education said the passers now have a lot of options. For secondary passers, may enroll at a university of his/her choice subject to the requirements of the Higher Education Institution (HEI), and he/she will also be eligible to enroll at TESDA programs and other government and private skills training institutions. For elementary passers have the option to enroll as Grade 11 in any public or recognized private institutions offering Senior High School programs.

For more details, visit or contact the BEA office directly at 3/F Bonifacio Bldg., DepEd Complex, Meralco Ave., Pasig City from Monday to Friday or call them at their hotline numbers at (02) 631-2591 or 631-2589.


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