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TLE Reviewer: Technology and Livelihood Education

By on Jul 24, 2011 in Education, Technology and Livelihood Education | 145 comments

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I received a lot of requests for a TLE reviewer for Licensure Exam for Teachers(LET); so, I decided to create a guide. My specialization was English, so please, consider my background as well when I did the following guide. What I mean by that is I did not take classes on TLE in college so my judgement may not be as good as yours. However, I had drafting and electricity classes in high school which were among my favorite subjects. Please consider reading the disclaimer as well as another tip from me.


Below are free downloadable online books on Electricity from Google Books: (use Chrome?)

Below are online quizzes on electricity:

Refrigeration and Airconditioning (RAC)

Below are online quizzes on RAC:




Honestly, I’m stuck here. I can’t find any specific good online resources. So please consider reading the following webpages. Maybe you know where to look.

Radio Mechanics

Metal Works

General readings:

Entrepreneurship/Business and Distribute Arts




Instructional Methods and Evaluation of Learning



This document is based on a PDF file I downloaded from PRC’s official website in May 2011 before they redesigned their site. As of now, I can’t find this document on their new site structure. Please use this as one of your guides when reviewing but I cannot attest that PRC is still going to test these competencies on the coming LET. However, these will at least give you direction, and if you are a retaker, these should ring a bell to you, reminding you of questions on the LET you took before.

With each of the competencies that PRC is going to test, I have listed some websites that you might want to read if you don’t have any books from college you can use. Please use your judgment on reading through these websites. Some of the information may not apply. As I mentioned earlier, my concentration was English so I have no idea what you learned in College. I’m just trying to help.


Among my favorite subjects when I was in High School were Electricity and Drafting. I did pretty well.

Another tip:

What I can tell you about the whole exam is it’s designed to test your knowledge and understanding (so equip yourself with these two). Learn to reason out and apply any knowledge and compare different methods from each other. A lot of questions are designed to trick you, but in the end you might just end up with two possible choices after eliminating the two options that are detractors obviously. With two possible choices left, this is the time to analyze, compare, and most probably just use common sense.