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Friday, November 30, 2012



1. The Department of Education (DepEd) through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines 
     NEAP shall administer simultaneously the 2012 National Qualifying Examination for Principals on
     Nov. 11, 2012.

2.  The examination shall serve as mechanism for selecting competent school heads in the public basic 
      education sector who will be able to perform their functions as school heads upon assumption to

3.   This will cover the following school leadership experience dimensions:

      a. School Leadership;
      b. Instructional Leadership;
      c. Creating a Learning Climate;
      d. Professional Human Resource and Professional Development;
      e. Parent Involvement and Community Partnership;
      f. School Management and Daily Operations;
      g. Personal Integrity and Interpersonal Effectiveness;
      h. English Language Proficiency; and 
      i. Reading Comprehension.

4. The time allocation for the entire examination is 3 hours and 30 minutes comprised of 170 items.
5. Consistent with DepEd memorandum No.    s. 2012 dated ________2012 the aspirants must have an experience of at least (5) years in the aggregate as Head Teacher, Teacher-in-Charge, Master Teacher and
teacher III.

TEACHER'S WORK: Re-scheduled for 2012 Qualifying Exam for School H...

TEACHER'S WORK: Re-scheduled for 2012 Qualifying Exam for School H...: For further inquiries, please contact Mr. Antonio G. Ordovez Jr., National Project Manager, NEAP at mobile no. 09183367467 or Ms. Salve Tarr...

Re-scheduled for 2012 Qualifying Exam for School Heads

For further inquiries, please contact Mr. Antonio G. Ordovez Jr., National Project Manager, NEAP at mobile no. 09183367467 or Ms. Salve Tarrobago, Resource coordinator at tel. no. (02) 635-4796.

Sample Questions For Qualifying Exams for School Heads

Directions: Encircle the letter that corresponds to your answer in each of the following questions.

1. The following are the characteristics of an effective child-friendly school EXCEPT one:
     a. has the best interest of the child in mind an all learning activities
     b. has a curriculum that addresses the child's learning needs as well as those of the 
         community and society
     c. does not turn away any child from enrolling and attending classes for whatever reason
     d. encouranges children to think and decide for themselves, ask questions and express their 

2. A child friendly school should aspire for the following goals, EXCEPT one:
     a. Encourage children's participation in school and community
     b. Ensure children's high academic achievement and success
     c. Enhance children's health and well being
     d. Encourage sustained high enrollment and completion rate

3. The following are some of children's right EXCEPT one:
     a. Children have the right to appropriate early reading instruction based
         on their individual needs
     b. Children have the right to well-prepared teachers who keep their skills
         up to date through effective pro fessional development
     c. Children have the right to classroom that optimize learning opportunities
     d. Children have the right to school that have strong School-community linkages

4. The following are the components of the National Drug Education Program  
    EXCEPT one:
     a. curriculum and instruction
     b. parent education and community outreach
     c. pre-service and in-service training of teachers
     d. ancilliary services, and research and evaluation

5. In promoting School Health Program, the principal may strengthen the following
    School's Dental Service/Program EXCEPT one:
     a. Sodium Fluoride Mouthrinsing Project
     b. Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
     c. Teacher-Child Parent (TCP) Approach Program
     d. "Bright Smiles. Bright Future" Program

     a. PAGKAING - SAPAT Para Sa Lahat (SAPAGKAT)
     b. School - Based Preventive Nephrology Project
     c. School - Base Breakfast Feeding Program
     d. School - Based Milk Feeding Project

7. The tax exemption allowed by law for Adopt - A - School donor/benefactor is equal to the:
     a. amount being donated
     b. donated amount plus 50%
     c. fifty percent of amount donated
     d. seventy-five percent of the amount donated

8. One of the tools used in CFSS ( Child Friendly School System) to track down
     the pupil's participation in school is the:
     a. Effective Teaching - Learning Guide
     b. Student Tracking System
     c. Gender Sensitivity Guide
     d. Self Assessment Guide

9. This is one of the innovation introduced by DepEd to strengthen school - based
     management through decentralized construction management and principal
     empowerment with active participation of the community and technical
     from professional engineers:
     a. DPWH -Led School - Building Project
     b. LGU - Led School Building Project
     c. Principal - Led School Building Project
     d. Principal - LGU Joint School Building Project

10. Per R.A 9184 ("An Act Providing for the modernization, Standardization
     and Regulation  of the procurement Activities the Government and other Purposes")
     upholds the following principle in government procurement EXCEPT one:
     a. Competitiveness by extending equal opportunity to all public and private
         parties who are eligible and qualified to participate a public bidding
     b. Transparency in the procurement process and in the implementation of
         procurement contracts through wide dissemination of bid opportunities
         and participation of pertinent non-government organization
     c. System accountability is exclusively intended for the parties  involved
     d. Revised procurement process that will apply government procurement standards

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