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Philippine Air Force Exam 2018 Schedule, Venue and Requirements

As announced by the Philippine Air Force, the recruitment for PAF Officer Candidate Course (PAFOCC) Class 2019 and Basic Military Training 2019A has officially been opened for applicants who are interested to join the Air Force. In line with its efforts to strengthen its force, the PAF recently announced the 2018 pre-entry examinations for its aspiring airmen and airwomen.

The pre-entry exam for the PAF Officer Candidate Course (PAFOCC) Class 2019 and Basic Military Training 2019A will be conducted starting March 05, 2018 to April 11, 2018, at the different examination areas nationwide.

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The CASA C-295M Medium Lift Aircraft of the Philippine Air Force. Image: PAF

PAF Exam Schedule 2018

The Philippine Air Force qualifying examination for 2018 will be conducted nationwide in these following dates and venues:

LUZON

 EXAMINATION AREA SCHEDULE
 Tactical Operations Group 1, Loakan Airport, Baguio City 05-06 March 2018
 580th ACWW, San Fernando, La Union 08-09 March 2018
 600TH ABG, Clark Air Base, Pampanga 12-13 March 2018
 570TH CTW, Antonio Bautista Air Base, Palawan 12-13 March 2018
 University of Nueva Caceres (UNC),
J. Hernandez Ave., Naga City, Camarines Sur
 12-13 March 2018
 5th Fighter Wing Basa Air Base, Pampanga 16-17 March 2018
 AETDC, Fernando Air Base, Lipa City, Batangas 17-18 March 2018
 Tactical Operations Group 2, Cauayan Airport, Cauayan, Isabela 26-27 March 2018
 Tactical Operations Group 3, Camp Servillano Aquino,
2301 San Miguel, Tarlac City
 26-27 March 2018
 Col. Jesus Villamor Air Base, Pasay City 08-11 April 2018

VISAYAS

 EXAMINATION AREA  SCHEDULE
Tactical Operations Group 6, Camp Gen. Adriano Hernandez,
Dingle, Ilo-Ilo City
 05-06 March 2018
 TOG 6, TACP Bacolod, Camp Alpfredo
Montelibano, Bacolod City
 08-09 March 2018
 560TH ABG, Benito Ebuen N Air Base,
Lapu-Lapu City
 17-18 March 2018
 528TH DAST, Negros Oriental State University, Main Campus II
Dumaguete City
 21-22 March 2018
 TOG 8, Air Force, DZR Airport San Jose,
Tacloban City
 26-27 March 2018

MINDANAO

 EXAMINATION AREA SCHEDULE
 TOG 11, Old Airport Sasa, Davao City 05-06 March 2018
 TOS Rajah Buayan, General Santos City 08-09 March 2018
 TOG 10, Lumbia Airport, Cagayan de Oro City 22-23 March 2018
 TOG 12, Datu Udin Sinsuat, Cotabato 22-23 March 2018
 530TH ABG, Edwin Andrews Air Base, Zamboanga City 03-05 April 2018

You may also read this: How to Become a Pilot in the Philippine Air Force

Requirements and Qualifications

The steps to becoming a part of the Philippine Air Force is: submit your application, take the pre-entry exam for the PAFOCC/BMT and pass it, then you’ll undergo training. But before you do it even the first step, you must first meet all these requirements and qualifications:

  • You must be a natural born citizen of the Republic of the Philippines.
  • of good moral character
  • Must be single, never been married and never borne nor sired a child.
  • Must have a barefoot height of not less than 152.4 centimeters or 5.0′ for both male and female*
  • Physically and mentally fit for military training

*Indigenous people or member must submit certification from the National Commission on Indigenous People Main Office.

For PAFOCS:

The applicants for the PAF Officer Candidate School must possess the following requirements and qualifications:

  • Age- not less than twenty-one (21) nor more than twenty-nine (29) years old upon appointment on 03 August 2018
  • Must be a 4 or 5-year college graduate and holds a Baccalaureate Degree.

For Candidate Soldier Course:

For the Candidate Soldiers who will take the Basic Military Training, here are the requirements:

  • Age: must not be less than 18 years old or a day older than 26 years old upon appointment on 03 August 2018.
  • K to 12 graduate or at least 72 College units.

Application Instructions

1. Download and accomplish the application form and submit it to your preferred examination center together with the following documentary requirements:

  • 2pcs (2×2) ID pictures in white background
  • Birth Certificate in SECPA issued by the PSA
  • Transcript of Records

For those applicants who previously passed the Armed Forces of the Philippines Service Aptitude Test (AFPSAT), please attached a photocopy of AFPSAT Individual Result Form (IRF).

*To know more about the AFPSAT, you may read our guide on AFPSAT 2018 Reviewer, Coverage, Schedule, and Requirements

2. Photocopy and submit all the required documents but bring the original copies to prove their authenticity. Original copies will not be accepted because all the documents submitted will become PAF Personnel Management Center (PAFPMC) property.

3. PAFOCS applicants who will pass the written examinations and who will be included in the qualified applicants to be processed will be notified to report to PAFPMC for their Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and Special Written Exam (SWE). Aspiring Candidate Soldier applicants who managed to pass the pre-entry exam will be notified to report to their Processing Center for the PFT.

Minimum Requirements for Physical Fitness Test

Please refer to the table below for the requirements to pass the physical fitness test. Category I is for test takers under 21 years old, II is for 22-22, and III is for 27-28 years old.

 EVENTMALE
 Category ICategory II Category III
 PUSH UP (2 Minutes)  31 reps 30 reps 28 reps
 SIT UP (2 Minutes) 36 reps  35 reps 37 reps
 3.2 Km Run 18:14 mins 18:44 mins 20:14 mins
 EVENTFEMALE
 Category ICategory II Category III
 PUSH UP (2 Minutes)  13 reps 11 reps 9 reps
 SIT UP (2 Minutes)  23 reps 22 reps 24 reps
 3.2 Km Run 20:14 mins 21:14 mins22:59 mins

PAF Application Processing Centers

You may submit your application, report for the physical fitness test and inquire at these following Philippine Air Force units near you:

PAF Personnel Management Center
Col. Jesus Villamor Air Base, Pasay City
Tel. Nos. 09495906803 / 812-9055/ Local: 8500 / 6034

*PAFPMC is the only Processing Center for PAFOC applicants.


Air Education, Training and Doctrine Command (AETDC)
Fernando Air Base, Lipa City
Tel. Nos. – (043) 756-1502 / 09062721492/ 756-1117 / Local: 3201 / 3211


5th Fighter Wing
Basa Air Base, Floridablanca, Pampanga
Mobile Nos. 09506277673


530th Air Base Wing
Edwin Andrews Air Base, Zamboanga City
Mobile Nos. 09267292574


Air Mobility Command
BGen Benito N Ebuen Air Base, Lapu-Lapu City
(032) 340-3128 / 09430170993 / 09061412339


600th Air Base Wing
Air Force City, Clark Air Base, Pampanga
(0942) 746-4147 / 09064344544 / Local: 6303


570th Composite Tactical Wing
Antonio Bautista Air Base, Puerto Princesa City
(048) 433-3991 / 09205645859 / 09174890701/ Local: 4141

Phone numbers indicated herein may change without prior notice.


Do you have what it takes to become an officer or an airman in the Philippine Air Force? Take the first step to achieve your dream.

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Philippine Coast Guard Application Guide, Requirements

Do you think you have what it takes to save lives, catch pirates and smugglers, and guard the country’s 36,289-km coastline? Then you are ready for a job in the Philippine Coast Guard. Here is your chance to received above standard salary, allowances, free medical and dental services, and job security. Likewise, you’ll enjoy government benefits and privileges while serving our beloved country.

If you are really interested to apply for commissionship and enlistment in the Philippine Coast Guard this 2018, please read on.

The BRP Malabrigo, the second ship of the Parola-class patrol vessels of the Philippine Coast Guard. Image credit: Wikipedia

PCG Application Requirements and Qualifications

To apply in the Philippine Coast Guard as an enlisted personnel or officer, a candidate must possess these qualifications:

  • He or she must be a natural-born citizen of the Philippines.
  • Must have a Good Moral Character
  • He/she must be single.
  • Must be 18-26 years old for enlisted personnel or 21-26 years old for the officer.
  • Applicants must have a height of at least 5’4″ for male and 5’2″ for female
  • Physically and mentally capable of training.
  • Must pass the PCG Aptitude Battery Test or PCGABT.

Educational Prerequisite:

The PCG’s goal is to have a professional, competent, skilled and credible workforce who will shoulder the burden of guarding our country’s vast coastline. To attain that standard, they require applicants for the non-officer positions to have at least 72 units in college or at least completed a TESDA course relevant to PCG mandates. For officer candidates, a bachelor’s degree is not enough. The applicant must have a PRC license holder or owns a Civil Service eligibility upon your application in the PCG.

PCG Aptitude Battery Test Schedule 2018

The Philippine Coast Guard has yet to announce the dates of the PCGABT for 2018. We will update this part as soon as the information is released.

Here are the initial requirements if you want to take the PCG Aptitude Battery Test this 2018:

  • A certified true copy of PSA birth certificate.
  • Transcript of  Records/ List of Grades authenticated by the school. (Certified true copy)
  • Diploma (certified true copy)
  • 2X2 ID picture with white background
  • 1 long white folder
  • Pencil and a blue ballpen

Secure and bring these initial requirements on the day of the examination. Applicants with incomplete requirements will not be allowed to take the examination. Wear casual attire and with the proper haircut. Keep in mind that calculators and cellphones are not allowed during the exam.

Application Procedure

  1. Download and fill out the application form. Submit it personally to the designated Philippine Coast Guard Recruitment Center for the initial screening and the actual examination day.
  2. On the day of the examination, dress properly and bring the requirements listed above. For those who are aspiring for commissionship (officer), please bring your PRC license.
  3. Those who pass the initial screening will be allowed to take the PCG Aptitude Battery Test. Passing this examination will get you closer to your dream of becoming a part of the Philippine Coast Guard.
  4. To have a view of the next steps to take after passing the PCGABT, take a look at the image below:

Where to Apply

You may apply and submit your application form and requirements to the following Coast Guard Districts:

Coast Guard District National Capital Region-Central Luzon (CGDNCR-CL)
Muelle Dela Industria, Farola Compound, Binondo, Manila
Telephone: (02) 243-0474 / 243-0465 / 245-7056


Coast Guard District Central Eastern Visayas (CGDCEV)
Address: Arellano Boulevard, Cebu City
Telephone: (032) 416-6208


Coast Guard District South Western Mindanao (CGDSWM)
Address: Port Area, Zamboanga City
Telephone: (062) 993-1004


Coast Guard District Palawan (CGDPAL)
Address: Barangay Liwanag, Port Area, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
Telephone: (048) 433-2974


Coast Guard District Southern Tagalog (CGDSTL)
Address: Sta. Clara, Batangas City
Telefax: (043) 300-2949


Coast Guard District Western Visayas (CGDWV)
Address: Bo. Obrero, Iloilo City
Telefax: (033) 337-6029


Coast Guard District Northern Luzon (CGDNLZ)
Address: Poro Point, San Fernando City, La Union
Telefax: (072) 700-4474


Coast Guard District South Eastern Mindanao (CGDSEM)
Address: KM -10 Sasa Wharf, Davao City
Telefax: (082) 235-0002


Coast Guard District Bicol (CGDBCL)
Address: Naval Base Rawis, Legaspi City
Telefax: (052) 820-6346


Coast Guard District Northern Mindanao (CGDNM)
Address: Corrales Extension, Macabalan, Cagayan De Oro, City
Telefax: (088) 231-6634


For more information, you may follow the PCG Official Facebook page or  visit their website at www.coastguard.gov.ph

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Philippine Science High School NCE 2018 Reviewer

The Philippine Science High School, commonly known as Pisay, is the premier secondary school and considered as the top science high school in the Philippines. It is viewed as one best science high school in the ASEAN region today. That is why it’s no surprise that every year, thousands of grade school graduates from public and private schools alike compete for the highly coveted seats in the Philippine Science High School. These seats are severely limited as their Main campus in Diliman, Quezon City only accepts 240 scholars while the regional campuses accept 90 scholars each.

Entrance Exam

To be admitted to the PSHS, a grade 6 or 7 elementary pupil must meet the criteria for eligibility and pass the PSHS National Competitive Examination (NCE). The PSHS NCE is a highly-selective process of selecting the PSHS scholars for its 13 campuses nationwide. Every year, only 5-6% of examinees are expected to pass this test.

To help you pass the NCE and be considered as a principal qualifier, we created this free online PSHS NCE Reviewer. It covers the subject areas included in the examination. This PSHS Entrance Test Reviewer is designed to build the students’ confidence and skills that are necessary to hurdle this coming 2018 PSHS National Competetive Examination. Please read on.

PSHS NCE Coverage

The Philippine Science High School qualifying examination is consists of items designed to measure the verbal aptitude, abstract reasoning, quantitative ability and the scientific aptitude of the applicant. The questions are based on the expected learning competencies of a graduating elementary student specifically in the areas of English, Mathematics, and Science. The non-verbal examination is composed of figures and illustrations.

PSHS NCE Reviewer

The chances of passing the PSHS Entrance Exam may be slim, but it could be improved by preparation and practice. Here at TOPNOTCHER PH, we provide this online reviewer to familiarize aspiring NCE passers with what to expect in the examination. To access the mock examinations and quizzes in this online reviewer, please follow the links below.

Verbal Aptitude/English

Abstract Reasoning

Quantitative Ability

Scientific Ability

  • Natural Science

*This reviewer is currently under construction. Please bookmark this page or follow our Facebook page for more updates.

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PUPCET Tips, Coverage and Reviewer

One of the biggest advantages of studying in Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) is the low tuition fee. It is a government-funded school that is why the tuition fee was so affordable. Aside from the having the cheapest tuition nationwide, the institution is known for quality education. That is why thousands of graduating students across the country are hoping to pass the PUPCET and study at PUP.

The PUP College Entrance Test is a difficult one and you have to prepare for it. To help you pass and meet the required rating for your chosen course, we gather some tips on how to pass the PUPCET. We also provide a free online PUPCET reviewer to increase your chances of passing this entrance exam. Please read on.

Tips to Pass the PUPCET

Every year, thousands of students flock to PUP hoping to pass the PUPCET. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of examinees are admitted to PUP. To help you secure your spot and be an “Iskolar ng Bayan”, I suggest that you follow these PUPCET tips so that you will be prepared for this once in a lifetime experience:

1. Prepare and Review

Preparation is the key to passing this entrance exam. Prepare and gather review materials as soon as possible. Look for your old notes on your high school Mathematics, Science, and English.  Make a review plan and execute it. Ensure that you have at least 2 sharpened Mongol no. 2 pencils in your bag before leaving home for the exam.

2. Arrive Early

Hundreds, if not thousands of students are also taking the exam. Prepare yourself for heavy traffic and long queues. Try to arrive at the PUP campus early to give yourself some time to relax and prepare before the exam starts.

3. Bring your Test Permit

Secure the test permit in your bag before leaving home. Obviously, PUP will not allow you to take the exam if you do not have a test permit.

4. Practice Time Management

Like what I have said earlier, PUPCET is a difficult exam. What makes it difficult is that you have to answer 150-200 questions in just 2 hours. It means that you need to answer a question in just a minute and a half. Try not to waste time on difficult questions. Just get back at them later after answering the easy ones.

5. Take the Exam Neatly

The answer sheets will be checked by a machine. Shade your answers properly and try to avoid erasures.

PUPCET Coverage

The first step of preparing for the PUPCET is to know the subject areas covered in the examination. This way, you can focus your review on these subjects increasing your chances of passing the PUPCET. Here are the subjects covered in the 2018 PUP College Entrance Test:

  • Mathematics- Algebra, quantitative reasoning, and basic Mathematics
  • English- Spelling, Verbal Reasoning, Reading comprehension, and grammar.
  • Science- Biology, Physics, Chemistry
  • Abstract Reasoning
  • General Information

PUPCET Reviewer

This online PUPCET reviewer is made to help Filipinos pass the PUPCET and later be admitted to the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. It is composed of 20-30 item quizzes in a multiple choice format. We do not guarantee a 100% success rate but it will definitely increase the odds of admission to the PUP.

To access the mock examinations, just follow the links below:

Mathematics

English

*This online reviewer is still under construction. We will provide the reviewer for each subject as soon as the resources are available.

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AFPSAT 2018 Reviewer, Coverage, Schedule, and Requirements

The Armed Forces of the Philippines Service Aptitude Test or the AFPSAT is the pre-entry examination for qualified applicants who wish to join the armed forces. If you are planning to join the Philippine Army, Philippine Navy, or the Philippine Air Force, you must first take and pass this test administered by the Army Recruitment Office. To help you on the first step to your future military career, we will discuss the requirements, schedule and exam coverage of the AFPSAT this 2018. We will also provide a free online reviewer to increase your chances of passing the AFPSAT and get the required score for your chosen course. Please read on.

AFPSAT Qualifications and Requirements

The AFPSAT is only given to those who are qualified to take the Officer Candidate Course, Officer Preparatory Course, or the Candidate Soldier Course. Do you want to find out if you are qualified? Check out our post on “How to be a soldier in the Philippine Army“. That article is for the Philippine Army, but it is also applicable for the Air Force and Navy.

Basic Requirements:

If you think you have all the qualifications, please prepare the following basic requirements for the AFPSAT:

  • Birth Certificate in SECPA issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority
  • Original Transcript of Records and Diploma (for degree holders)/TOR for college undergraduates.
  • Original diploma with Form 137-A ( for high school graduate applicants but with Tesda or Vocational course certificate)
  • Valid ID (Government-issued)
  • 2 pcs 2×2 picture with white background
  • For female applicants, should be at least 72 units from college.

Schedule and Venue

For Metro Manila and nearby provinces, the AFPSAT is open every day (0800H-1700H) at the Philippine Army Recruitment Center, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City. Similarly, the Army Recruitment Mobile Teams of the Army Recruitment Offices in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao conduct AFPSAT, AQE, and SWE on the different venues across the country. Follow their official Facebook pages for the AFPSAT schedule and venues. You may also bookmark this page for 2018 AFPSAT schedule updates.

Update:

For applicants from Mindanao, the Army Recruitment Office-Mindanao will conduct the AFPSAT on the following schedules:

  • 11 February 2018- for Officer Candidate and Officer Preparatory Courses only.
  • 12 February 2018- AFPSAT for Candidate Soldier Course (Batches 1 to 3 only)
  • 13-14 February 2018- AFPSAT for ROTC
  • 15 February 2018 – AQE and SWE for OCC/OPC

The AFPSAT, AQE, and SWE will be held on Camp Evangelista, Patag, Cagayan de Oro City from 700H onwards. Source

Coverage and Reviewer

Like any other AFPSAT exam in the past, the AFPSAT for 2018 will cover the following subjects in a 150-question test in multiple choice format. This examination is not that hard but in order to achieve the required score for the OCC and OPC, you must prepare for it. To access our free online AFPSAT reviewer, just follow the links below:

Do you want to join the Air Force and get the chance to become a pilot someday? Check this out: Philippine Air Force Exam 2018 Schedule, Venue and Requirements

Passing Score and Mechanics

After taking and passing the AFPSAT, the results shall be valid for 3 years. All the major services in the AFP (Army, Navy and Air Force) shall recognize the AFPSAT results as valid and you do not need to repeat the same test if you decide to apply in another branch of service within the 3-year validity.

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The mechanics of AFPSAT examination. Image Credit: Philippine Army Recruitment Office

If you only managed to get a very low rating which is below the passing score, retake shall only be allowed and it shall be conducted at least 6 months after the first examination. Examinees who failed the test will not be allowed for a retake.

If you are an officer candidate who will undergo the Officer Candidate Course or the Officer Preparatory Course, you must pass this exam with a raw score of 71 or higher.

Conclusion

Do you have what it takes to be the next officer or enlisted personnel in the Armed Forces of the Philippines? What are you waiting for? Go to the nearest Philippine Army Recruitment Office in your area and submit your application. Goodluck!

Do you have any questions, reactions or suggestions? Feel free to drop a comment below. Thank you and good day!

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How to Become a Pilot in the Philippine Air Force

Have you ever wanted to fly a fighter plane? Is becoming a fighter pilot in the air force became your lifelong dream. Why don’t you join the Philippine Air Force Flying School this 2018? If you are interested in joining the ranks of our elite warriors in the sky, please read on.

The Philippine Air Force Flying School

The Philippine Air Force Flying School is the “Air Force Academy of the Philippines”. Located at the pine-tree clad Fernando Air Base in Lipa City Batangas province, it is responsible for the training of all the future pilots of the Philippine Air Force.

In the past, you can directly join the Philippine Air Force Flying School (PAFFS) right after college through the Aviation Cadet Program (ACP) and start your Military Pilot Training (MPT) as a DODO Cadet in the Philippine Air Force Flying School. But since the Philippine Air Force discontinued the Aviation Cadet Program of the PAFFS, the only way take the Military Pilot Training is to become an officer in the PAF with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. There are two ways to accomplish this. The first is to join the Philippine Air Force Officer Candidate School (PAFOCS) or the Philippine Military Academy (PMA).

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The FA-50PH Lead-in Fighter Trainer of the Philippine Air Force. Image Credit: PAF

Philippine Air Force Flying School Requirements

Becoming a pilot in the Air Force is a long and rigorous process. It is no easy task, but if you make it, you will be among the elite warriors of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Here’s what you need to do if you’re going to try to earn your wings:

You must be an officer in the Air Force

If you are between 17 to 21 years old, you can join the PMA and become a cadet of the most prestigious military school in the country today. Choose the Air Force as your branch of service. After graduation, you’ll be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant (2Lt) in the Philippine Air Force. To join the PMA, follow our guide on PMA Entrance Exam 2018 Date, Requirements, Coverage and Application Guide.

The other way to become an officer in the PAF to join the Philippine Air Force Flying School is to join the Philippine Air Force Officer Candidate School (PAFOCS). If you are 21-29 years of age and a holder of a Baccalaureate Degree, you can try entering the PAF through PAFOCS. Here are the requirements for the PAF Officer Candidate Course:

  • You must be a graduate of a 4-year course with a Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Must be a natural-born Filipino citizen.
  • With good moral character.
  • Physically and mentally fit for military training
  • You must be no less than 21 yrs old but not a day older than 29 upon admission for training
  • Single, never married and no legal obligation to support a child or children.
  • At least 5 feet in height (152.5 cm) for both male and female.

Physical defects such as the following would demerit or disqualify the application:

  • Tattoo
  • Obesity
  • Pierced ear/s for males and extra piercing for females
  • Crossed eyedness
  • Bow-leggedness
  • Excess/lacking finger

Must be recommended by your Commander

Well, this is self-explanatory. It means you must have the approval and recommendation of your commanding officer before entering the PAFFS to take the Military Pilot Training.

You must be physically and mentally fit

Entering the PAF Flying School requires another examination, the Military Pilot Aptitude Test (MPAT). It is the qualifying exam prior to flight training. You must pass this exam along with the series of interviews and medical examinations. Make sure to have a 20/20 vision and not color blind. After passing the medical exam, interview and aptitude test, you will be selected to be one of the Student Officer and the chances of joining will depend on your standing after the series of examination and interviews had been finished.

Conclusion

Becoming a pilot in the Philippine Air Force is a very rewarding career. Once you got your wings, you can fly choppers, fixed-wing aircraft, turboprops, or jets. After your service in the military, you can join the civilian aviation industry as a commercial pilot. The Air Force is your cheap but longer route to your future aviation career. Goodluck and fly safe!

Credits to Pinoy Aviator

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Results of Technical Evaluation for PME January 2018

The Professional Regulation Commision (PRC) released the results of the Technical Evaluation for the Upgrading as Professional Mechanical Engineers held last January 2018. Seventy-three (73) examinees passed the Technical Evaluation given by the Board of Mechanical Engineering in Manila.

The members of the Board of Mechanical Engineering who conducted the Technical Evaluation are Engr. Jesus M. Redelosa, Chairman; Engr. Fernando S. Guevara and Engr. Mirardo C. Malazarte, Jr.pme technical evaluation

List of Passers

Here is the list of the successful examinees:

A-C

ABATAYO, ROE CHRISTIAN LARA
ACUZAR, MARLON SALCEDO
ALDEPULLA, REYNALDO RADEN ESBRA
AMPAT, NOMER RAMIREZ
APAS, ADRIAN REY UYSON
AQUINO, MANUEL JR TICAR
ARTIZA, JUN PRANUELAS
BAGASALA, CATHERINE BOGNALOS
BANASIG, PASCUALITO PEDRAJAS
BAO, HOMER SALCEDO
BAÑEZ, ROLANDO JR AGUINALDO
BENOLERAO, JESUS BENSON YNCIERTO
BERMUDEZ, WILLY CERA
BITERA, NOEL SANTILLAN
BLAS, LAWRENCE CUADERNO
BUENA, JOEL JR VILLAFRANCA
BUHAIN, GARY LEGASPI
CALIMLIM, KENNEDY YUMOL
CAMBAL, VICTORINO GRACILLA
CANTO, PHILLIP FERRER
CAÑIZARES, REYNALDO PARBA
CIRILO, BRYAN LUTHER ANDIA
CORALDE, DENNIS CLEOFE

D-F

DALGUNTAS, MICAEL ORLANDO ADELAN
DE LA CRUZ, CRISANTO JR PITCHON
DE LOS ANGELES, JAYSON BAUTRO
DENTE, DANTE ANDO
DUMAGUIN, RAUL PACIO
DUMDUM, JOSELITO ALIBIADO
DY ECHO, JOSEPH PATRICK TRIA
EBREO, ESTELITO PADUA
EJE, RHODA VELASQUEZ
FELIX, MARK ADAME
FRANCO, NELSON VILLANUEVA
FUNGO, VIRGILIO DACLES

G-M

GALICIA, NEMENITO SANTIAGO
GALINEA, GLORYBELLE YANSON
GALINEA, RODOLFO JR SUFICIENCIA
GICANA, JOSE ARVIN VALENCIA
LOZADA, RICARDO JR MAHILUM
MACATANGAY, IRINEO JR PEREZ
MAGBANUA, JEZREEL BORLONGAN
MANALO, ANGELITO MARAMOT
MAROLLANO, LEMUEL PALMA
MENDOZA, MARK GLENN ARNEDO
MERIN, RUBEN SALVAN
MURILLO, DARWIN MESA

N-R

NAVALTA, LEONIDES SILOY
ONG, CESAR BRIAN BATO
ORTIZ, CRISOSTOMO CAMITAN
PALARCA, ARNEL DACERA
PANES, RODEL ALIVAR
PAZ, AGERICO NORMAN BABASA
PEDREGOSA, MICHAEL ANGELO DONATO
PEPITO, NALDY CALVO
PEREZ, LORENZO SABADO
PONTERAS, DEBBIE ACOPIO
PRESTOZA, NORBERTO CARBONEL
RACHO, CARLITO REMO
REYES, JAIME LORENZO CADUTDUT
RIVERA, FERNAND VITUG
RODRIGUEZ, LEOVIGILDO RODIL

S-V

SANCHEZ, REYNALDO DE CASTRO
SANTOS, ELDRIC INIEGO
SANTOS, REYNERIO MENDOZA
SATOR, EMETERIO JR DAZO
SINOY, JEHU LAMES
SISON, JOSE BERNABE BALUYOT
SOCRATES, CARLITO JR ABID
TABARANZA, JOEL CASTAÑARES
TAYSON, EMMANUEL CRUZ
TIMPOG, NELVIN LAKANDULA
VILLA, JEFFREY MIJARES

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Criminology Board Exam 2018 Reviewer

A criminologist job is to determine and analyze crime patterns and study the psychological factors that cause people to commit crimes. They also conduct researches on crimes and arrests including the backgrounds of the criminals to determine the factors behind the crime. The data gathered by criminologists aid law enforcement personnel in evaluating potential criminals. No one can deny that criminologists play a crucial part in our criminal justice system today.

A criminologist in the Philippines may find jobs related to law enforcement as a police officer in the PNP or as an officer in the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology. He may serve as a consultant in various agencies involved in criminal research or as a technician in dactyloscopy, ballistics and other scientific aspects of crime detection. But in order to become a licensed criminologist in the Philippines, one must pass the licensure examination administered by the Professional Regulatory Board of Criminology supervised by the PRC. If you are about to take the Criminologist Licensure Examination (CLE) this year and looking for free review materials, then you are on the right page! Please read on.

Criminologist Licensure Exam Reviewer

The purpose of this reviewer is to help the graduates/graduating students of B.S Criminology who are planning to take the upcoming 2018 CLE. This online CLE reviewer is a collection of previous board exam questions we gathered from different sources on the Internet. We do not guarantee that these questions will appear on the actual exam. We also do not guarantee a 100% accuracy of the information herein. Please exercise due diligence. If you have found errors and corrections, please contact us or drop a comment at the end of the article. We will try to correct them as soon as possible.

To access our online criminology mock exam, just follow the links in every subject areas mentioned below. The June 2018 Criminology Board Examination shall cover the following subject areas:

  • Law Enforcement Administration – Practice Test 1, Practice Test 2
  • Criminalistics
  • Criminal Jurisprudence, Procedure, and Evidence
  • Crime Detection and Investigation
  • Correctional Administration
  • Sociology of Crimes and Ethics

For the complete list of the covered subjects in the 2018 CLE, you may follow our guide on Criminology Board Exam 2018 Date, Coverage, and Requirements.

Conclusion

Passing the CLE to become a licensed criminologist is no easy task but always attainable if you persevere. Use online resources like this free online reviewer to your advantage. Try to prepare as early as possible. Who knows, you might be the next Criminologist Board Exam topnotcher!

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Criminology Board Exam 2018 Date, Coverage, and Requirements

The Professional Regulation Commission and the Professional Regulatory Board of Criminology announced the schedule of exam, the opening of the online processing, and the deadline for filing for the June 2018 Criminology Licensure Examination (CLE).

CLE Exam Schedule

The Criminologist Board Exam will be held on June 10-12, 2018 at the different testing centers in the cities of Manila, all regional offices and Zamboanga. The opening of the online processing of the application will be on February 20, 2018. Applicants are allowed to submit their exam applications before April 20, 2018.

The PRC encourages all CLE applicants to submit their applications through their Online Application System.

Requirements

Here is the list of requirements for Criminology graduates who want to take the board exam to become a licensed criminologist as required by PRC:

  • Must be a graduate of B.S. Criminology
  • NBI Clearance (for first-timers and repeaters)
  • RTC/Court Clearance
  • An original and photocopy of the birth certificate on security paper issued by the PSA.
  • For married female applicants, please provide an original and photocopy of marriage certificate issued by the PSA.
  • Original and Photocopies of Transcript of Records w/ CHED Special Order (SO) and date of graduation (Government and PAASCU, PACUCOA and ACSC-AAI Level II-IV accredited schools are exempted from S.O (B).
  • Three (3) Certificate of Good Moral Character from the following: (First Timer & Repeater )
  1. Barangay Chairman
  2.  Parish Priest
  3. Dean of School
  4. Employer
  • Four (4) pieces 1.77” x 1.37” (passport size) pictures (attire w/ collar and sleeves). Front view on a plain background with complete name tag (ex. DELA CRUZ, JUAN JR. P.).
  • Community Tax certificate w/ photocopy.
  • PRC Documentary Stamp (P20.00)
  • Window Envelope w/ PRC letterhead
  • Payment – Php 900.00

2018 Criminologist Board Exam Coverage

The June 2018 Criminologist Licensure Examinations will cover the following subject areas:

You may also read: Criminology Board Exam 2018 Reviewer

Day 1:  Sunday, June 10, 2018, 700H to 1600H

Criminal Jurisprudence, Procedure, and Evidence

Weight- 20%

  • Criminal Law Book 1
  • Criminal law Book 2
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Evidence
  • Court Testimony

 Law Enforcement Administration – 20%

Weight- 20%

  • Police Organization and Administration with Police Planning
  • Industrial Security Management
  • Police Patrol Operations with Police Communication System
  • Police Intelligence
  • Police Personnel and Records Management
  • Comparative Police System

Day 2: Monday, June 11, 2018, 800H-1600H

Criminalistics

Weight- 20%

  • Personal Identification
  • Police Photography
  • Forensic Ballistics
  • Questioned Documents Examinations
  • Polygraph (Lie Detection)
  • Legal Medicine

Crime Detection and Investigation

Weight- 15%

  • Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation
  • Traffic Management and Accident Investigation
  • Special Crimes Investigation
  • Organized Crime Investigation
  • Drug Education and Vice Control
  • Fire Technology and Arson Investigation

Day 3: Tuesday, June 12, 2018, 800H-1600H

Sociology of Crimes and Ethics

Weight- 15%

  • Introduction to Criminology
  • Criminal Justice
  • Ethics and Values
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Human Behavior and Crisis Management
  • Criminological Research and Statistics

Correctional Administration

Weight- 10%

  •  Institutional Corrections
  • Non-Institutional Corrections

General Instructions:

  1. You may verify your school/building assignments at the PRC official website 2 to 3 working days before the date of the examination.
  2. Be punctual. Go to your school/building assignment before 6:30 AM on the first day of examination to verify the room and seat number. Late examinees will not be admitted.
  3. Wear the required attire on every examination day. For male examinees, wear a white polo shirt with collar (without any seal, logo, or mark), decent pants or slacks, and shoes. For female, please wear a white blouse or a white polo shirt with collar (without any seal, logo, or mark), decent pants, slacks or skirt.
  4. Bring the following on the examination day:
  • Notice of Admission
  • Applicant’s stub
  • Official Receipt
  • 1 piece metered-stamped window mailing envelope
  • two or more pencils (no.2)
  • ballpen with black ink only
  • 1 piece long brown envelope
  • 1 piece long transparent (non-colored) plastic envelope (for keeping your valuables and other allowed items).
  • Non-programmable calculators

The following items are not allowed inside the examination room/premises:

  1. Books, notes, review materials, and other printed materials containing coded data/information.formula.
  2. Programmable calculators
  3. Smart watches, cellphones, earplugs, transmitters, portable computers, and other electronic gadgets or devices which may be used for communication purposes.
  4. Bags of any kind.
  5. Other examination aides not stated in the CLE program.

Sources: PRC

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UST Entrance Test Results AY 2018-2019 Now Out

Did you take the UST Entrance Test last 2017? If you are an applicant for the senior high school or college admission, you can now view the results online!

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The University of Santo Tomas main building in Manila. Image credit: UST

The University of Santo Tomas officially released the results of the UST Entrance Test (USTET) for the Academic Year AY 2018-2019 on Sunday, January 28, 2018.

Applicants for senior high school and college admission can view online the results of the strand or program they qualify. The complete list of passers is now available at the official UST website. Just enter the application number and surname to view the results.

Did you pass the USTET? Let us know through the comments below. Thank you.

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