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Download LET Pointers to Review Guides | Licensure Exam for Teachers

By on Jun 8, 2011 in Education | 196 comments

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The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) of the Philippines has shared through their website a document showing what competences they are testing on the examinees. See the document through this link. UPDATE: PRC has changed the design and structure of their official website. The document I downloaded in June is not found in their server anymore, or they have moved it on a different URL.

The competences are grouped into three major sections: General Education, Professional Education, and the subject specializing in (choose the subject you are majoring in).  After reviewing the document,  I created the pointers to review below. Use these to identify your strengths and weaknesses, which will then lead you to better study plans and collecting better reviewers for the exam. Example of a study plan: Study first the topics you are weak in, and review subjects you are strong in later on. Then review both a few days before the exam.

View PDF – General Education Pointers to Review

General Education subjects are English, Filipino, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences.  Remember that examinees going to teach in elementary schools will be tested more on General Education part of the exam compare to those who will teach in secondary schools.

Elementary Level – 40%

Secondary Level – 20%

View PDF – Professional Education Pointers to Review

This part of the exam is divided into four sections: (1)  Foundation of Education and Human Growth and Development, (2)  Principles and Strategies of Teaching, (3) Measurement and Evaluation, and (4) Social Philosophies. Examinees going to teach in elementary schools will be tested more compare to those who will teach in secondary schools.

Elementary Level – 60%

Secondary Level – 40%

Pointers to Review for each Major - I haven’t created yet any pointers for each major. But see the document from PRCUPDATE: PRC has changed the design and structure of their official website. The document I downloaded in June is not found in their server anymore or they have moved it on a different URL.

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