Congratulations to all those who took the Level I assessment on June 10, 2022, which was conducted by the Institute for the Advancement of Vedic Mathematics (IAVM) in cooperation with MATH-Inic Philippines. Two high school teachers, two high school students and three elementary school learners scored 80% and above to join 64 other Filipinos who have earlier received their Foundation Level: Novice Certificate from the IAVM.
Psydee Vinz A. Trinidad, a six-grader from Digos City Central Elementary School became the 4th Filipino to record a perfect score since the IAVM started its 5-level accreditation system last December 2021.
Eight-year-old Jan Lemuel Zapanta, a Grade 2 pupil from Barrio Obrero Elementary School, Caloocan City, will probably become the youngest to receive this certification. Jan Lemuel was the first-place winner in the Beginners category in the 2nd MATH-Inic Vedic Mathematics National Challenge (2nd MVMNC) held last April 30, 2022.
The 3rd elementary school student in the batch is Benedict John C. Palma of Claro M. Recto Memorial Central School of Tiaong, Quezon. He is a Gold Medalist in the Juniors category of the 2nd MVMNC.
Here is the complete list of passers:
|Psydee Vinz A. Trinidad||Digos City Central Elementary School|
|Julieta Zamora Omongos||Lopez National Comprehensive High School|
|Arvin A. Asnan||Cotta National High School|
|Rian Cristina D. Tubig||Marciano Del Rosario Memorial National High School|
|Nathaniel Luis C. So||De La Salle University, Manila|
|Benedict John C. Palma||Claro M Recto Memorial Central School|
|Jan Lemuel F. Zapanta||Barrio Obrero Elementary School|
The next Level II (Foundation Level: Proficient) assessment will be on June 12, 2022 at 6 PM. Passing the Level I exam is not a requirement for taking the Level II test. However a Level II certification is required to qualify for the Level III (Foundation Level: Distinction) assessment.
Only those who passed the Level III exam or those who completed the Vedic Mathematics Teacher Training Course can be accredited as coach in national Vedic Math competitions.