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NCAE 2012 (DanRogayan)

NCAE 2012 (DanRogayan)

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NCAE EXAMINER’S HANDBOOK
NCAE EXAMINER’S HANDBOOK

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NationalCareerAssessmentExamination
EXAMINER’S HANDBOOK
 
Republic of the PhilippinesDepartment of Education
NATIONAL EDUCATION TESTING AND RESEARCH CENTER
Pasig City, Philippines2012
 
3
EXAMINER’S HANDBOOK
 
NATIONAL CAREER ASSESSMENT EXAMINATION1. INTRODUCTION
This Examiner’s Handbook is intended for those involved in the administration
of an assessment examination for third year students. It outlines the activities to beundertaken at various stages in the activity. To ensure a standardized testadministration, this Handbook is necessary.
The
Room Examiner‘s (RE) Workflow
 
 
Receives the TB’s &
 ASs
 
Counts the TB’s
from the sealedplastic bags
 
Signs the Form 3
 
Prepares the boardwork for time record and posts theReplica of the Name Grid
 
Gives the General Directions
 
Distributes the AS then the
TB’s
 
Checks if Name Grid and other information in the ASare properly shaded
 
Facilitates in accomplishing the Form 2 by examinees
 
 Administers the Test using Examiner’s Handbook
 
 
Keeps custody of the excess
TB’s in origina
l plasticbags while the test is in progress and the test itemsare not read by the RE (with sanctions re DepED Order No. 85, s. 1999)
 
 Accomplishes Form 1
 
Retrieves the TB’s
 
Checks the contents of the ETRE
(Used AS arranged consecutively by Examinee Number, TimeRecord,
Forms 1 & 2, Examiner’s
Narrative Report)
 
 
Seals the ETRE while still in the Examination Room
 
Submits the
Examiner’s
Handbook, sealedETRE and each TBhas to be counted bythe Chief Examiner 
 
Retains the Replicaof the Name Grid andExamination Stubs of the examinees in theGuidance Office
2. INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE TEST
To the Room Examiner:
 An important factor that affects performance in a test is the psychologicalclimate in the testing room. It is important therefore that you be very pleasant duringthe test. Rapport must be established with the examinees because they work better when they are relaxed and properly motivated.The activities pertaining to the test have to do with: pre-test, test proper andpost-test. A checkbox is provided before the number that indicates a major activityand the boxed instructions are to be read aloud to the examinees. Put a check mark
(√) inside the box after each activity/instruction has been done/given. Follow the
succeeding instructions strictly to insure fair and standardized test administration.
 
Distribution Room
 
Examination Room
 
Distribution Room(Retrieval Phase)
 
 
4
2.1 PRE-TEST2.1.1 Board Work
Write the parts of the test on the board or on a Manila paper including the time the testhas started and the time it will be finished, as shown below.
One Test Booklet (TB) for all parts of the test.
Parts of the TestItemNumbersTimeLimitTimeAllocationTimeStartedTime toEnd
Morning Session
Part I
General Directions and EDQ -- A 1-14B 1
 –
7C 1 - 2340 min. 8:00
 –
8:40 _______  _______ 
Part II
Reading Comprehension ------ 1
 –
50 50 min. 8:41 - 9:30 _______ Clerical Ability ------ 1
 –
20 10 min. 9:31 - 9:40Mathematical Ability ------ 1
 –
40 50 min. 9:41 - 10:30 _______ 
Snacks
15 min. 10:31 - 10:45Visual-Manipulative Skills ------ 1
 –
20 20 min. 10:46 - 11:05 _______ Verbal Ability ------ 1
 –
40 40 min. 11:06 - 11:55 _______ 
Total (test proper) 180 170 min.(2 hrs. & 50 min.)
  Afternoon SessionScientific Ability ------ 1
 –
40 40 min. 1:00 - 1:40 _______ Logical Reasoning ------ 1
 –
15 15 min. 1:41 - 1:55Non-verbal Ability ------ 1
 –
20 15 min. 1:56 - 2:10Entrepreneurial Skills ------ 1
 –
20 20 min. 2:11 - 2:30 _______ 
Total (test proper) 95 170 min.(1 hr. & 30 min.)
 
OVERALL TOTAL (test proper) 275 4 hrs. & 20 min.NOTE: Write actual time in the blank spaces provided for.
2.1.2 Entrance and Seating Arrangement
1. Inspect the seating arrangement before instructing the examinees to enter thetesting room. There should be six rows of armchairs. The seats should be spaced far enough from each other to discourage unnecessary talking among examinees. Makesure that the first and the last rows are close to the walls.2. To facilitate control of passing in and out of the room, only one door should be keptopen.3. Instruct the examinees to line up outside the room in alphabetical order of their surnames, male first, followed by female.4. Instruct them to enter the room also in alphabetical order. Let the first six examineesoccupy the front line first, then the second, until the last line, as shown below.

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