IATF approves PRC's July to September 2021 board exams

Will the 2021 Librarian Licensure Examination be postponed?

Most likely not, as IATF has 'provisionally approved' that board exams for July to September will go on. This means that unless there is another announcement, the LLE will push through.

Always visit the PRC website for any announcement about the exam.

According to MalacaƱang, licensure examinations scheduled for July to September 2021 by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) has been provisionally approved. This covers the Librarian Licensure Examination 2021 scheduled for September 8-9, 2021.

In a press statement by Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) approved PRC's request for the scheduled exams to push through.

Roque stated that the conduct of exams are subject to conditions. Health and safety protocols should be observed. Quarantine classifications should also be considered.

The PRC has postponed several board exams since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read more: PRC: June to August 2020 board exams postponed to 2021]

However, PRC has also continued to administer licensure examinations, while following minimum health protocols to ensure the safe conduct of the exams.

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Carlos, R.A.G. (2021 June 4). Licensure exams from July to Sept. ‘provisionally’ OK’d

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