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GOD bless you all and your endeavors. =)

Here are some tips for you. Happy reading!

I have listed below ten things you should do if you plan to review on your own to get a license
for teaching.
1. Know your weak and strong subjects. Allot some time on reviewing the lessons of your strong
subjects. And enjoy the review so you could easily remember what you are reading. But alot
more time on your weak subjects. Well, at least if you are weak in math for example, make sure
you didnt miss reviewing the concepts of what is covered in the test for General Math.
2. Understand theories and concepts. Review the different methods of teaching. Imagine how
these ideas would be applied in a real teaching environment. If you are already teaching then
that is great, since you can easily imagine how the theories and concepts are applied in the real
3. In my opinion, the exam is more of your analytical skills, so strive hard to improve it. Once
you have understood theories and concept, make sure you know how to differentiate them and
explain them in your own words. At least by doing these, you can easily recall them when you
are taking the exam.
4. Dont take for granted subjects under General Education. Remember that you have to pass
all three sets of tests including General Education. Dont assume this test is easy since you took
this up when you were in Elementary or High School. Remember that a lot of years had passed.
So brush up your memory especially the basic mathematical equations and basic science
5. Prepare everything before the exam. Make sure you have read the test guidelines many
times. Check your calculator. To be sure, check the allowed calculators in the PRCs list. If you
dont want to buy a new one though, make sure you have a non-programmable calculator. But
dont take my word on this because I wasnt sure if other proctors had allowed calculators not
in the list, although my friend said she didnt even check the list and just grab a basic calculator
with her. Proctors check each calculator before the exam starts.
6. Take enough sleep before the exam. Make sure you dont feel drowsy while taking the exam
so you have enough time to answer them all. I think thats the reason one of my friends fail.
7. Eat well and use the restroom before the exam. You are not allowed to go out while taking
the exam.
8. Avoid erasures. In my alma mater, where I had my college years, we took some of our exams
in Scantron. So, I was used to answering tests by shading the boxes or circles. I knew how
erasures could make a bad score. So before you shade it, make sure you are shading the right
answer, or at least it is your final answer. If you need to erase it, make sure it is clean. But I still
dont think it is a good idea.
9. Follow instructions. Listen to what the proctor is telling you during the exam. If it is not clear,
ask the proctor.
10. Most of the time, you havent reviewed whatever appears on the real exam. What will help
you answer the exam are your basic understanding of the Education topics and your analytic
skills. Dont overdo it though because you might miss the right answer. Other test takers define
it as common sense.
Hope this helps. =)
Chaplet Of Divine Mercy
Mysteries Of The Rosary
Teaching Career
Work Of God
Jesus Is Lord
Help New Teachers
Teacher Education
Divine Mercy Sunday
Christ The Lord

Eggplant Parmigiana Recipe
1 medium black bell or Italian eggplant, sliced crosswise into half an inch thickness
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1 1/2 cups breadcrumbs
3 cups marinara sauce
3 eggs, beaten
1 tablespoon dried oregano
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, grated
1 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
3 cups cooking oil (vegetable oil or canola oil)
1 tablespoon olive oil
Cooking Procedure
1. Combine salt, pepper, Parmesan cheese, oregano, and breadcrumbs in a bowl. Mix well and
set aside.
2. Lightly season the eggplant with salt. Let it stay for 15 minutes.Juices from the eggplant will
be released during this process. Pat the eggplants dry using paper towels.
3. Heat the cooking oil in a deep pot.
4. Dredge the eggplant slices in flour and then dip in the beaten egg .Roll the eggplants right
away on the breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese mixture. Make sure that every side is
properly coated.
5. Deep fry the eggplant until the color turns golden brown (about 2 to 3 minutes). Remove
from the pot and place in a plate lined with paper towel to absorb the oil.
6. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
7. Grease a baking pan with olive oil. Spread 1 cup of Marinara sauce in the bottom. Arrange a
batch of fried eggplants as the primary layer. Sprinkle with some cheddar and Mozzarella
8. Top with Marinara sauce and then arrange the second layer on top of the sauce. Sprinkle
cheese and spread some marinara sauce on top.Do this until all the eggplants are consumed.
Finally top with marinara sauce and cheese and then bake for 30 minutes.
9. Remove from the oven. Serve with bread sticks or garlic bread.
10. Share and enjoy!