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IT50/IT88 Grades has been recorded and submitted

At last, my class record was finally finished. The grades of my students in the subject IT 50 Network Technology and IT 88 Network Administration & Maintenance are already recorded and submitted!

Check your grades now – CLICK HERE

By the way, I’ll give you the summary result of the grades as per my class record. Before that, after encoding all the raw grades, the following PLUS POINTS were included to help my students earn more:

  • intramurals participation (champion +5, 1st runner up +4, 2nd runner up +3, participation/tryout +1)
  • notebook (+10 assignment grade)
  • wearing of complete uniform (+2 quiz grade)
  • online bonus quizzes (20 item bonus items)
  • extra items (30 items bonus questions)
  • laboratory exam (extra 10 items)

After inclusion of the above plus points, grades were tabulated. Excess score in final examination were added to midterm and prelim exam score, and the rest were distributed to prelim/quiz.

The total transmutted grade were adjusted also by 0.50 to the benefit of the students to lessen the number of failing grades. If you have questions and clarification, please do not hesitate to contact me via facebook or see me personally!

Finally, the following are the result of the FINAL GRADES COMPUTATION:


BSIT 1-3: Incomplete Grade (Aguilar-NFP, Ballesteros-NFE, Mauili-NFP, Parallag-NFP); Dropped (Manlanat); Failed (Baniqued, Calderon, Eustaquio, GasparR, Omanito, Reyes, Sintos, Soriano, Tacac, Ulsan). Legend: NFP=NoFinalProject, NFE=NoFinalExam.


BSIT 1-4: Incomplete Grades (Abuy-NFP, Adorna-NFP, Anciano-NME/NFP, Andres-NFP, Battad-NFP, Bayudoc-NFP, Blas-NFP, Camonayan-NME, DelaCruzA-NME, Labog-NFP, Rosario-NFP, Tejada-NME); Dropped (Bulan, Porquillano); Failed (Alejo, Dayao, DeVera, Esmino, Espiloy, Gatcho, Lano, Lasam, Mendoza, Raguine). Legend: NFP=NoFinalProject, NFE=NoFinalExam, NME=NoMidtermExam.


BSIT 1-5: Incomplete Grades (NFP=Ancheta, Lopez, MadriagaS, MartinezJ, MartinezM, MendozaE, Orbe, Sapuay, Siocson, Tamang); Dropped (Gannaban, EugenioKas, Nelmida); Failed (Caliboso, Cariaga, MadriagaJ, Mamauag, Nicolas, Parallag, Recobo, Telan, Zalun).


BSIT 1-6: Dropped (DelaPaz, Feliciano, Subong); Failed (Dapitan, Deba, Ernie, Estabillo, FerrerJo, FerrerJu Malano, Manahan, Miguel, Nogal, Pacarangan, Ramos, Valdez MaryAnn).


BSIT 4-1: Incomplete Grade (Puyong, Vergara); Failed (Cuaresma).


BSIT 4-2: Incomplete Grade (TagapanM), Dropped (Zamora), Failed (Balisi, Bangilan, Bangit, Cabacungan, Cipriano, Deculing, Pagulayan, Pengco, TagapanJ).

If you wonder why some of your classmates you knew that doesn’t have a project or didn’t take the exam are not graded as INCOMPLETE. Well, for fairness and justice, these students that has no project or exam cannot meet the minimum 75 target grade even they submit the project or take the exam. Thus, I gave them the 5.0 grade instead of having sweat and make an effort to complete the requirements and later will be given also a failing grade. Hoping, that explains!

CONGRATULATIONS to all who passed in the subject. Those who failed, you can re-enroll it this coming semester with the freshmen students. All who has incomplete grade due to non-submission of complete project, or didn’t take the major exams, please see me.

Good Luck and Happy Semestral Break!

2nd Semester Survival Tip

Welcome SECOND SEMESTER of School Year 2014-2015!

Well, days are too fast. It’s second sem again, at last the subject that I loved to teach is I have again. I hope my students will be patient and generous enough to follow instructions, guidelines, and policies in my class.

It’s always a busy day for me ever since I am here at ISU. See my schedule?


It’s survival challenge again with my hectic schedule. How I wish I can feel now that I am really a teacher. Because of designations and other positions, I sacrificed my classes. To my students, please understand that I can’t meet you all the time but we will try to cope up our missed exercises.

My students can survive in my class more especially if they were punctual, industrious, generous, and patient. The following are common policies you should follow:

  • Uniform (Wear your complete and proper uniform). Girls: Long-sleeved blouse must be wear only during monday and thursday only with the big necktie. Boys: White polo should be wear with green ISU logo. Haircut should be neat at least barber’s cut with the ears and eyelashes visible.
  • Punctuality (You have 30 mins allowance to enter my class). You are allowed to have maximum of 7 absences throughout the semester, but not allowed to have 3 consecutive absences or 6 consecutive lates.
  • Homework (This should be done at home, not in the school).
  • Project (Submit it before the deadline and no worry!). What is being instructed should earnestly followed.
  • Quiz/Exam (Answer what you know is right, and submit your paper). Get the score which you deserved and do not cheat. Always prepare a paper and not be surprised for the unexpected. A less 5 point deduction is always imposed to cheaters, and 5.0 grade for those who used “kodigos”.

Well, I highly advise you as my students to have your own control checklist of your scores and you will be the one to compute your grades just after taking the final exam. With this, you can target what grade do you want. You should do this in all of your subjects too, so that you will know if your instructor really records everything or if they know also if they follow the grading system. 😉

Here is the grading system I follow. Please take note that the exams are the criteria that all of us (teachers) are the same.


If you have questions, don’t hesitate to reply.

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