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BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY (R.A. 9298)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Photocopy of college diploma indicating the Date of Graduation and Special Order (S.O.)
number unless it is not required.
c. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
e. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
f. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
g. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
h. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Removal/Conditioned).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Accountancy;
b. Effective MAY 2007 ONWARDS:
All Graduates with a Bachelors Degree Major in Accounting such as Bachelor of
Science in Commerce (BSC), Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA), and
Bachelor in/of Business Administration (BBA) who will file for the first time WILL NOT be
allowed anymore.

Note: Republic Act No. 9298 - Philippine Accountancy Act of 2004


Article III, Section 16 - Rating in the Licensure Examination
a. To be qualified as having passed the Licensure Examination for Accountants, a candidate must
obtain a general average of seventy-five percent (75%), with no grades lower than sixty-five
percent (65%) in any given subject.
b. In the event a candidate obtains the rating of seventy-five percent (75%) and above in at least
a majority of subjects, he/she shall receive a CONDITIONAL credit for the subjects passed.
c. A candidate shall take an examination in the remaining subjects within two (2) years from the
preceding examination.

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d. If the candidate fails to obtain at least a general average of seventy-five percent (75%) and a
rating of at least sixty-five percent (65%) in each of the subjects re-examined, he/shall be
considered as failed in the entire examination.

Article III, Section 18 - Failing Candidates to Take Refresher Course


Any candidate who fails in two (2) complete Certified Public Accountant Board Examinations
shall be disqualified from taking another set of examinations unless he/she submits evidence to
the satisfaction of the Board that he/she enrolled in and completed at least twenty-four (24)
units of subjects given in the licensure examination (REFRESHER COURSE CERTIFICATE).
Refresher Course - FTB (For-the-Board)

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BOARD OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (P.D.


1570)
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering or its equivalent;
b. At least twenty-one (21) years old

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BOARD OF AGRICULTURE (R.A. 8435)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Good Moral Character, preferably from (Barangay, Church/Parish and
School/Employer);
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Removal/Conditioned).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (General Course);
b. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, major in any of the following:
* Agriculture Administration
* Agriculture Chemistry
* Agriculture Economics
* Agriculture Extension & Communication
* Agriculture Statistics
* Agriculture Technology
* Agronomy
* Animal Husbandry
* Animal Science
* Biological Science
* Crop Protection
* Crop Science
* Entomology
* Food Technology
* Horticulture
* Plant Breeding
* Plant Pathology
* Post-Harvest Technology
* Soil Science
* Agri-Business Management
* Agricultural Extension Education
* Agricultural Education
c. Related Baccalaureate Degree with 9 Basic Subjects in Agriculture:

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* Crop Science (2)


* Crop Protection (2)
* Animal Science (2)
* Soil Science (1)
* Agricultural Economics and Marketing (1)
* Agricultural Extension & Communication (1)

Note: After three (3) failures, Six (6) Months Refresher Course is required.

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION


a. If an examinee obtains a weighted general average rating of 75% or higher but obtained a
rating below 60% in any subjects, he/she shall be allowed to take a CONDITIONED/REMOVAL
exam in the subjects where he/she obtained a grade below 60%.
b. Removal exam shall be availed only once.

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BOARD OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING (R.A.


8559)
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Conditioned/Removal).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering or its equivalent.

Note: Republic Act No. 8559 - Philippine Agricultural Engineering Act of 1998
Article IV, Section 16 - Rating in the Board Examinations
a. To be qualified as having passed the Board examination for Agricultural Engineers, a
candidate must obtain a weighted general average of seventy percent (70%), with no grades
lower than fifty-five percent (55%) in any given subject.
b. An examinee who obtains a weighted general average rating of seventy percent (70%) or
higher but obtains a rating below fifty-five percent (55%) in any given subject must take the
examination in the subject or subjects where he obtained a grade below fifty-five percent (55%).

Article IV, Section 18 - Re-examination


An applicant who fails to pass the examination for the third time shall be allowed to take
another examination only after the lapse of one (1) year.

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BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE (R.A. 9266)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Photocopy of College diploma indicating the Date of graduation and Special Order (S.O.)
number unless it is not required;
c. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
e. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
f. Logbook of Diversified Experience with Affidavit of Architect (Mentor);
g. Photocopy of valid PRC License, Professional Tax Receipt (PTR) and Integrated and Accredited
Professional Organization of Architects (IAPOA) Certificate of Mentor;
h. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
i. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
j. Examination Fee of Php 900.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Architecture with a specific record of at least two (2) years or
equivalent of Diversified Architectural Experience duly certified by a Registered/Licensed
Architect;
b. An applicant holding a Masters Degree in Architecture from a school, college, university or
institute recognized by the government shall be credited one (1) year in his/her practical
experience.

Note: Republic Act No. 9266 - The Architecture Act of 2004


Article III, Section 15 - Rating in the Licensure Examination
To be qualified as having passed the Licensure Examination for Architects, a candidate must
obtain a weighted general average of seventy percent (70%), with no grade lower than fifty
percent (50%) in any given subject.

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BOARD OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (R.A. 9267)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
f. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation) for First Timers / Repeaters;
g. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
h. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
i. Examination Fee of Php 900 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Conditioned/Removal).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.

Note: Republic Act No. 9267 - Chemical Engineering law of 2004


Article III, Section 19 - Issuance of Certificate of Registration and Professional
Identification Card
The Commission, on recommendation of the Board, enter in the Roster of Chemical
Engineers, and issue a Certificate of Registration and professional Identification Card to each
person who obtained a general average of no less than seventy per centum (70%) and a rating
of no less than fifty per centum (50%) in any examination subject.

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BOARD OF CHEMISTRY (R.A. 754)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Thesis title should be indicated in the Transcript of Records (TOR)
c. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. Below twenty-one (21) years old may be admitted to take the exam but registration for
license will be at twenty-one (21).
c. Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, of not less than four (4) years;
d. Equivalent Bachelors degree with at least 60 units in Chemistry (For-the-Board)
e. 2 years of practical experience in Chemistry may be considered as a deficiency in a sufficient
equivalent for every year of college education.

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BOARD OF CIVIL ENGINEERING (R.A. 544 / R.A.


1582)
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years of age;
b. A graduate of a four (4) year course in Civil Engineering.

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BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY (R.A. 6506)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Three (3) Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Barangay, Church, School/Employer;
e. Original copy of NBI Clearance or Police Clearance with Court Clearance;
f. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
g. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
h. Examination Fee of Php 900.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least eighteen (18) years of age;
b. A person of Good Moral Character, as certified to by at least three (3) persons of good
standing in the community wherein he/she resides (Certificate of Good Moral Character);
c. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Criminology (B.S. Crim);
d. Holders of Bachelor of Laws degree may take the examination after completing at least
ninety-four (94) units of:
* Criminology
* Law Enforcement
* Police Science and
* Penology subjects
d. Applicants under Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) For the Board (FTB).

Note: Republic Act No. 6506 - Criminology Law


Section 15 - Ratings in the Examination
In order to pass the examination, a candidate must obtain a general average of at least seventyfive percent (75%) with no rating below fifty percent (50%) in any of the subjects.

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BOARD OF CUSTOMS BROKER (R.A. 9280)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration.
b. A holder of a Masters Degree in Customs Administration shall be allowed to qualify within five
(5) years from the effectivity of this act (R.A. 9280).

Note: Republic Act No. 9280 - Customs Brokers Act of 2004


Article III, Section 17 - Ratings of Examination
In order that a candidate may be deemed to have successfully passed the examination, he/she
must obtain an average of at least seventy-five percent (75%) in all subjects, with no rating
below sixty-percent (60%) in any subject.

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BOARD OF DENTISTRY (R.A. 4419 as amended R.A.


9484)
DENTISTRY
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original copy of NBI Clearance or Police Clearance
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900 (Theoretical Phase) and Php 400 (Practical Phase).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Doctor of Dental Medicine or Doctor of Dental Surgery.
b. No Certificate of Registration shall be issued to any applicant who has not reached the age of
twenty-one (21) years old.
c. EFFECTIVE MAY 2007 (Board Resolution No. 7 dated Sept. 13, 2006)
Applicants will pay Php 900 for Theoretical Phase upon filing of application. Only
those who will PASS the Theoretical Phase will take the Practical Phase and pay Php 400.
d. REFRESHER COURSE for applicants who:
* Failed 3 times during the period of 5 years
* Failed 3 times but were CONDITIONED before 2007
* Those who graduated 2007 & 2008 and failed 4 or 5 times in the examination
* Those who have not taken the examination for the past 5 years

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION


a. PASSER OF THEORETICAL must take the Practical Phase immediately after passing. Should
he/she fails to take the Practical immediately, shall be given the chance to take any of the
CONSECUTIVE 3 Practical Phase schedules
b. FAILURE to take any of the Practical Phase schedules for four (4) consecutive examinations
shall cause CANCELLATION or FORFEITURE of the Passing Result of the Theoretical Phase

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Note: Republic Act No. 9848 - The Philippine Dental Act of 2007
Article III, Section 16 - Ratings in the Examinations
The licensure examination shall consist of both written and practical tests and in order to pass
the examination, an examinee must obtain a general weighted average of at least seventy-five
percent (75%), with no rating below fifty percent (50%) in any subject.

DENTAL HYGIENIST / DENTAL TECHNICIAN


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Photocopy of college diploma indicating the Date of Graduation and Special Order (S.O.)
number unless it is not required;
c. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
e. Certificate of On-the-Job Training (OJT) for six (6) months / Employment Certificate;
f. Certificate of Good Moral Character from School or Employer;
g. Original copy of NBI Clearance or Police Clearance;
h. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
i. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
j. Examination Fee of Php 1,000.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Dental Hygienist - Two (2) year vocational course in Dental Hygiene
b. Dental Technologist/Technician - Two (2) year vocational course in Dental Technology
c. REFRESHER COURSE for applicants who:
* Failed 3 times during the period of 5 years
* Failed 3 times but were CONDITIONED before 2007
* Those who graduated 2007 & 2008 and failed 4 or 5 times in the examination
* Those who have not taken the examination for the past 5 years

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BOARD OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (R.A. 7920)


REGISTERED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (REE)
DOCUMENTARY REQUIRMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. A holder of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

Note: Republic Act No. 7920 - New Electrical Engineering Law


Article III, Section 21 - Re-examination of Failed Subjects
An Applicant shall be allowed to retake, any number of times, only the subject/s in which he/she
has obtained a grade below fifty percent (50%).
When he shall obtained an average grade of seventy percent (70%) in the subject/s repeated, he
shall be considered to have passed his/her licensure examination.

REGISTERED MASTER ELECTRICIANS (RME)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIRMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required

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b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. High school Diploma for Non Baccalaureate Degree Graduates / Vocational;
e. Certificate of Employment or Service Record;
f. Certificate of Experience (PRC form 104) signed by the REE/RME registered prior to the
applicants employment with the company and duly notarized;
g. Photocopy of updated PRC License of the REE/RME/PEE who signed the Certificate of
Experience (PRC Form 104);
h. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
i. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
j. Examination Fee of Php 600 (Complete) and Php 450 (Conditioned/Removal).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Any of the following:
* Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with at least one (1) year work
experience;
* Completed at least three (3) years of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
(BSEE) with one (1) year practice in electrical wiring and installation, operation and
maintenance of utilization devices and equipment;
* Has graduated two (2) years Electrician course with at least two (2) years of
apprenticeship after completion of the course on electrical installation, operation and
maintenance of utilization devices and equipment;
* Has completed a one (1) year Electricians course with at least three (3) years of
apprenticeship after completion of the course on electrical installation, operation and
maintenance of utilization devices and equipment;
* Has completed a four (4) year high school education or its equivalent with at least five
(5) years of apprenticeship in electric wiring, installation, operation and maintenance
of utilization devices and equipment.
b. All First Timers - FTB (For-the-Board).

Note: Republic Act No. 7920 - New Electrical Engineering Law


Article III, Section 21 - Re-examination of Failed Subjects
An Applicant shall be allowed to retake, any number of times, only the subject/s in which he/she
has obtained a grade below fifty percent (50%).
When he shall obtained an average grade of seventy percent (70%) in the subject/s repeated, he
shall be considered to have passed his/her licensure examination.

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BOARD OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (R.A. 9292)


ELECTRONICS ENGINEER
DOCUMENTARY REQUIRMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A holder of a degree of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering or
Electronics Engineering, or subject to compliance with minimum requirements to be prescribed
by the Board;
b. At least completed 3rd year of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications
Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineer, Bachelor of Science in Electrical
Engineer, Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering or Bachelor of Science in Industrial
Engineering major in Electronics;

Note: Republic Act No. 9292 - Electronics Engineering Law of 2004


Article III, Section 16 - Ratings
To pass the licensure examination, a candidate for Electronics Engineer or Electronics Technician
must obtain a passing rating of seventy percent (70%) in each subject given during the
examination.
A candidate who obtains a passing rating in the majority of the subjects but obtains a rating in
the other subject/s below seventy percent (70%) but not lower than sixty percent (60%), shall be
allowed to take one (1) removal examination on the subject/s where he/she failed to obtain the
passing rating.
If the examinee fails to obtain a passing rating in the removal Examination, he/she shall be
considered as having failed the entire licensure examination.

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ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (ECT)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIRMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Experience (PRC Form 104) duly signed by a Registered Professional Electronics
Engineer (At least 2 years experience);
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 600.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Graduate of a two (2) year Associate, Technician, Trade or Vocational course in Electronics;
b. Has completed at least 3rd year Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications
Engineering or Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering;
c. In lieu of the resident course/program of not less than 2 years:
* Certification from TESDA of at least NC II Category
d. All First Timers - FTB (For-the-Board) except graduate of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and
Communications Engineering or Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering.

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 BOARD OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING (R.A.


10587)
DOCUMENTARY REQUIRMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the (Barangay, Church, School / Employer);
e. Certificate of Employment;
f. Certificate of Experience (PRC 104), Must be signed by the Supervisor whether Registered
Environmental Planner or not.
g. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
h. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
i. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. A graduate in Environmental Planning, Urban/City and Regional Planning, or Town and
Country Planning or its equivalent;
c. A Post-Graduate Diploma in Environmental Planning or its equivalent with at least one (1)
year of On-the-Job Training;
d. A Bachelors Degree in Environmental Planning or its equivalent with at least two (2) years of
On-the-Job Training;
e. A Masters or Doctorate degree in either Architecture, Engineering, Ecology, Economics,
Geography, Geology, Public Administration, Business Administration, Sociology, Social
Science, Law, Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Development
Management, Natural Resources Planning and Development with three (3) years of On-theJob Training;
f. A Bachelors degree in Architecture, Engineering, Economics, Public Administration, Law,
Social Work and Community Development or Sociology with five (5) years of On-the-Job
Training;
g. Incumbent holders of planning positions in the national, regional or local government offices
or agencies including government-owned and controlled corporations and have been engaged
in development planning functions. Provided, that they are holders of professional civil service

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eligibility and they have undergone at least eighty (80) hours of in-service training or distance
learning in developmental planning from a government agency, school or institution
recognized by proper authorities.
* The On-the-Job Training required shall be undertaken under the supervision of a
Registered and Licensed Environmental Planner or the applicants immediate
supervisor in an agency or organization which is engaged or involved in environmental
planning functions or programs.

Note: Republic Act No. 10587 - Environmental Planning Act of 2013


Article III, Section 16 - Rating in the Licensure Examination
To pass the licensure examination, each person must obtain a weighted average of not less than
seventy per centum (70%) and a rating of not less than fifty per centum (50%) in any
examination subject.

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION


a. After two (2) removals, take all subjects.

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BOARD OF FISHERY TECHNOLOGY (R.A. 8435)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIRMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the (Barangay, Church, School / Employer);
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science degree in any field of Fisheries, and has passed subjects in the curriculum
that covered the following areas of study:
* Aquaculture
* Capture Fisheries
* Post-harvest Fisheries
* Aquatic Resources and Ecology
b. Six (6) months Refresher Course after three (3) failures (under oath).

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION


a. Removal exam shall be availed only once.

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BOARD OF FORESTERS (R.A. 6239)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIRMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) Certificate of Good Moral Character from the (Barangay, Church, School / Employer);
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. Bachelor of Science in Forestry or its equivalent.

Note: Republic Act No. 6239 - The Forestry Profession Law


Section 16 - Exemption from Examination
Holders of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry or its equivalent or a higher forestry
degree: Provided, that they have at least ten (10) years experience in technical forestry work
either in the Government or with a Private forestry enterprise, or they have passed a civil
service examination for foresters.
Forestry experts from other countries who are called in by the Philippine Government for
consultation on forestry matters: Provided, they have qualified in their respective countries in
appropriate forestry examinations or if no forestry examinations are given therein, that their
expertise be certified by the proper Philippines diplomatic or consular representative.
Forestry experts from other countries under contract with and working for local private forestry
enterprises: Provided, they have qualified in their respective countries in appropriate forestry
examinations or if no forestry examinations are given therein, that their expertise be certified by
the proper Philippines diplomatic or consular representative.

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BOARD OF GEODETIC ENGINEERING (R.A. 8560)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Removal/Conditioned).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering

Note: R.A. 8560 (Philippine Geodetic Engineering Act of 1998)


Article IV. Section 17 - Re-examination
An applicant who fails to pass the examination for the third time shall be allowed to take
another examination only after the lapse of one (1) year.

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BOARD OF GEOLOGY (R.A. 10166)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Geology, Geological Engineer, or Master of Science in
Geology;
c. Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering;
d. Bachelor of Science major in Geology;
e. Bachelor of Arts major in Geology.

Note: Republic Act No. 10166 - Geology Profession Act of 2012


Article III, Section 19 - Rating in the Licensure Examination
To pass the licensure examination for geology, a candidate must obtain a general
weighted average of no less than seventy per centum (70%) and a rating of no less than fifty per
centum (50%) in any examination subject.

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BOARD OF GUIDANCE COUNSELING (R.A. 9258)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. A graduate of Bachelors Degree in Guidance and Counselling and a Masters Degree in
Guidance and Counselling;
c. Bachelors Degree in Allied Discipline, with units in Guidance and Counselling and a Masters
Degree in Guidance and Counselling;
d. All First Timers - FTB (For-the-Board).

Note: Republic Act No. 9258 - Guidance and Counseling Act of 2004
Article III, Section 17 - Ratings in the Examination and Re-examination
To be qualified as having passed the licensure examination for guidance and counsellors,
a candidate must have obtained a weighted general average of seventy-five percent
(75%) with no grade lower than sixty percent (60%) in any given subject.
An examinee who obtains a weighted general average of seventy-five percent (75%) or
higher but obtains a rating below sixty percent (60%) within two (2) years from the date
of last examination.
The subject or subjects retaken must have each rating of no less than seventy-five
percent (75%) in order to qualify as having passed the examination.

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BOARD OF INTERIOR DESIGN (R.A. 10350)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Removal/Conditioned).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelor of Science in Interior Design or Master of Interior Design;
b. Bachelor of Science in Architecture;
c. Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Interior Design;
d. Any Baccalaureate Degree with sixty (60) units in Interior Design (For-the-Board).

Note: Republic Act No. 10350 - Philippine Interior Design Act of 2012
Article III, Section 17 - Rating in the Licensure Examination
To be qualified as having passed the Board Examination for Interior Designers, a candidate must
obtain a weighted general average of seventy percent (70%)

FOR REPEATERS
An applicant who fails to pass the examination for the third time shall be allowed to
take another examination only after the lapse of one (1) year.

FOR REMOVAL / CONDITIONED:


Conditioned/Removal examination to be taken within two (2) years from date of
examination.

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BOARD OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE (R.A. 9053)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Removal/Conditioned).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A graduate of Baccalaureate or Post Graduate Degree in Landscape Architecture;
b. In lieu of the preceding, a graduate of a Baccalaureate Degree in Architecture with at least
twenty (20) units of Landscape Architecture design courses or with at least five (5) years
experience in the field of Landscape Architecture;
c. A graduate of Baccalaureate Degree in Horticulture with at least forty (40) units of Landscape
Architecture design subjects or at least five (5) years experience in the field of Landscape
Architecture.

Note: Republic Act No. 9053 - Philippine Landscape Architect Act of 2000
Article IV, Section 15 - Rating in the Board Examinations
To be qualified as having passed the Board Examination for Landscape Architects, a candidate
must obtain a weighted general average of seventy percent (70%), no grades lower than sixty
percent (60%) in any given subject.
An examinee who obtains a weighted general average rating of seventy percent (70%) or higher
but obtains a rating below sixty percent (60%) in any given subject or subjects must take the
examination in the subject or subjects where the examinee obtained a grade below sixty
percent (60%) within two (2) years from the date of his/her last examination.
If the examinee still fails to pass the subject after two (2) attempts, the examinee must take the
entire Board Examinations again.
If in the removal/conditioned examination, the examinee gets a much lower grade such that if
the general weighted average is recomputed, it becomes lower than the required seventy
percent (70%), the examinee must take the entire Board Examinations again. The subject or

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subjects retaken must have each a rating of no less than seventy percent (70%) in order to
qualify as having passed the examination.

FOR REPEATERS
An applicant who fails to pass the examination for the third time shall be allowed to
take another examination only after the lapse of one (1) year.

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BOARD OF LIBRARIANS (R.A. 9246)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) Certificate of Good Moral Character from (Barangay, Church, School/Employer);
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Graduate of Bachelors degree in Library Science and Information Science: Provided further,
that within five (5) years from the effectivity of this Act, holders of the following degrees shall
also be allowed to qualify for application to the licensure examination:
* Bachelor of Arts with a major or specialization in Library Science;
* Master of Arts in Library Science or Library and Information Science;
* Any Masteral degree with concentration in Library Science.

Note: Republic Act No. 9246 - The Philippine Librarianship Act of 2003
Article III, Section 17 - Rating in the Board Examination
To be qualified as having passed the Licensure Examination, a candidate must obtain a weighted
general average of seventy-five percent (75%), with no lower than fifty percent (50%) in any
subject

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BOARD OF MASTER PLUMBER (R.A. 1378)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Experience (PRC Form 104) duly Notarized and signed by a Registered
Master Plumber whose date of registration is prior to the applicants employment;
e. Certificate of Employment / Service Record;
f. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
g. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
h. Examination Fee of Php 600.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old.
b. FOR BACCALAUREATE DEGREE HOLDERS:
* Bachelor of Science in Architecture
* Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Sanitary Engineering
c. FOR NON-DEGREE HOLDERS - For-the-Board (FTB):
* High School Graduate with five (5) years work experience with the following
conditions:
- One (1) year experience as apprentice in a duly Registered and Licensed
Plumbing Company;
- Two (2) years experience as an Assistant Plumber or Plumber;
- Two (2) years experience as a Journey Man Plumber
* Certificate of Experience (PRC Form 104) duly Notarized and signed by a Registered
Master Plumber whose date of registration is prior to the applicants employment;
* Certificate of Employment / Service Record.

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BOARD OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (R.A. 8495)


MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Note: Republic Act No. 8495 - Philippine Mechanical Engineering Act of 1998
Article III, Section 18 - Ratings
To pass the examination, a candidate for a Professional Mechanical Engineer, a Mechanical
Engineer, and Certified Plant Mechanic must obtain an average of seventy percent (70%) on all
subjects, with no rating below fifty percent (50%) in any of the subjects.

Article III, Section 20 - Re-examination


An applicant who fails to pass the examination for the third time shall be allowed to take
another examination only after the lapse of one (1) year.

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CERTIFIED PLANT MECHANIC (CPM)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Experience (PRC Form 104) signed by a Registered Mechanical Engineer or
Professional Mechanical Engineer with updated PRC License;
e. Certification of Employment or Service Record;
f. Detailed description of Equipment (PRC Form 105.20.1-A);
g. Affidavit of Competency signed by a Registered Mechanical Engineer or Professional
Mechanical Engineer;
h. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
i. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
j. Examination Fee of Php 600.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A graduate from a Vocational or Trade School completing an approved course of not less than
two (2) years in Stationary or Power Plant Engineering or any Mechanical Plant Operation;
b. Has a specific record of additional one (1) year or more of active practice in Mechanical Plant
operation of such character as indicated in an affidavit of a Registered Professional
Mechanical Engineer and, likewise establish that the applicant is competent to undertake
Operation, Tending and Maintenance of Mechanical Works, Projects or Plant of not less than
one hundred (100) kilowatts;
c. Affidavit of Competency signed by a Registered Mechanical Engineer or Professional
Mechanical Engineer;
d. First timers - FTB (For-the-Board).

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BOARD OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (R.A. 5527)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology;
c. Bachelor of Science in Public Health;
d. Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science (BSMLS).

Note: Republic Act No. 5527 - Philippine Medical Technology Act of 1969
Section 19 - Rating in the Examination
In order to pass the examination, a candidate must obtain a general average of at least seventyfive percent (75%) in the written test, with no rating below fifty percent (50%) in any of the
major subjects. Provided, that the candidate has not failed in at least sixty percent (60%) of the
subjects computed according to their relative weights.
No further examinations, unless and until he/she shall have completed twelve (12) months
refresher course in an accredited laboratory.
Graduate of Paramedical profession other than Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology /
Bachelor of Science in Hygiene admitted to an examination under the provisions of this Act (RA
5527) shall not be given further examinations after the provisions of this Act shall be given
further examinations after his failure to qualify for the third time.

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FOR REPEATERS:
For-the-Board (FTB) - After three (3) failures, to submit Certificate of REFRESHER Course / Post
Grad Training in accredited school / Laboratory.

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BOARD OF MEDICINE (R.A. 2382)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Certificate of having completed two (2) years in the College of Medicine (FOR PRELIMS ONLY)
c. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
e. Certificate of Post Graduate Internship;
f. Authenticated copy of National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) Certificate.
g. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
h. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
i. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 and Php 450.00 (PRELIMS).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A holder of the degree of Doctor of Medicine or its equivalent;
b. Must have completed a calendar year of technical training known as internship the nature of
which shall be prescribed by the Board of Medical Education undertaken in hospitals and health
centers approved by the Board.

NOTE: FOR REPEATERS


After three (3) failures, to take a REFRESHER Course. Certificate of Attendance, Grades in
subjects taken. (For-the-Board)

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BOARD OF METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING (P.D.


1536)
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. Applicant below twenty-one (21) may be allowed to take the examination but he/she shall
not be registered until he/she reaches the age of twenty-one (21);
c. Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering or Metallurgy or its equivalent, the course for
which covers not less than the total number of credit units equivalent to the regular course in
Metallurgical Engineering;
d. Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering or Chemical Engineering and in addition has had at
least five (5) years experience in any or all of Metallurgical Engineering practice (P.D. 1536, Sec.
12). (For-the-Board);
e. Bachelor of Science in any other Engineering disciplines with at least ten (10) years experience
in any or all of the Metallurgy or Metallurgical Engineering practice (P.D. 1536, Sec. 12):
Provided, that the said experience is certified by the applicants employer. (For-the-Board)

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION:


a. In order to pass the exam, an examinee must obtain a weighted general average rating of
75%, with no rating below 50% in any subject;
b. An examinee who fails to obtain the passing grade of 75% but obtained 75% in Mineral
Processing, Extractive Metallurgy, Assaying & Chemistry and in Physical & Applied Metallurgy,
Removal/Conditioned Exam in the subjects where he failed, within one (1) year from the date of
release of results;

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c. If the examinee still fails to obtain a passing grade of 75%, he/she has to take the complete
examination.

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BOARD OF MIDWIFERY (R.A. 7392)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Record of twenty (20) Deliveries actually handled (PRC Form 106), record of five (5) actual
Suturing of Perineal Lacerations (PRC Form 107) and record of five (5) actual Intravenous
Insertions (PRC Form 107-A) signed by Principal or Dean and duly notarized.
Note: 1996 Graduates with Record of five (5) sutures and five (5) intravenous
injections
e. A copy of the Certificate of Training on the expanded functions (R.A. 7392) from the
Registered Midwives who supervised the actual procedures;
f. Photocopy of Professional Identification Card/PRC License Card of the Registered Midwives
who supervised the actual procedures;
g. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
h. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
i. Examination Fee of Php 600.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least eighteen (18) years old;
b. Graduate of Midwifery;
c. Certificate in Midwifery;

FOR REGISTERED NURSE WHO WISH TO APPLY FOR MIDWIFE EXAM:


a. Photocopy of Certificate of Registration/Board Certificate;
b. Photocopy of updated Professional Identification Card/PRC License Card;
c. Twenty (20) Records of Actual Deliveries Handled (PRC Form 106);
d. Five (5) Records of Actual Suturing of Perineal Lacerations (PRC Form 107);
e. Five (5) Records of Actual Intravenous Insertions (PRC Form 107-A)

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* Duly signed by the Registered Midwives (RMs) who directly supervised the case
requirements, and duly certified by any of the following officers/officials:
- Municipal/City Provincial Health Officer (Rural Health Unit, Birthing, Lying-in
Clinic, Home Delivery);
- Chief/Director of Hospital (Hospital Cases)
f. Certificate of Consent/Approval, indicating that he/she had secured the consent/approval of
the Director/Chief of Hospital or the Municipal Health Officer prior to his/her exposure to the
concerned health facility.

ACTUAL HANDLING OF THE TWENTY DELIVERY CASES/REPAIR OF


OBSTETRIC PERINEAL LACERATIONS/INTRAVENOUS FLUID
INSERTIONS:
a. The procedures submitted shall be actually handled by the applicant after his/her registration
as a Nurse.
b. Actual procedures shall be supervised by a Registered Midwife (RM) who has been trained on
the expanded functions as provided for under R.A. 7392.
* For Midwives registered before 1996, or graduates under the Old Midwifery
curriculum, a copy of the Certificate of Training on the expanded functions shall be
submitted;
* The Training Program prior to its adoption and implementation shall be approved by
the CPE Council for Midwifery;
* This program can be obtained from accredited institutions/agencies such as the
following:
- Association of Philippine Schools of Midwifery, Inc. (APSOM)
- Integrated Midwives Association of the Philippines, Inc. (IMAP)
- Other Institutions/Agencies currently approved/accredited CPE Providers by
the CPE Council for Midwives created and supervised by the Professional
Regulatory Board o Midwifery subject to approval by the Professional
Regulation Commission.
c. The Registered Midwife (RM) who supervised the procedures shall provide the following
information:
* Photocopy of Employees ID
* Photocopy of Professional Identification Card/PRC License Card
d. Actually handled cases shall not be more than one case a day to allow adequate time for the
monitoring of labor, delivery, provision of postpartum care, and newborn care.
e. The Certifying Officer who is any of the Hospital Chief of Director, Provincial/City/Municipal
Health Officer, as the case maybe, shall provide the following:
* Photocopy of Employees ID
* Photocopy of Professional Identification Card/PRC license Card

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BOARD OF MINING ENGINEERING (R.A. 4274)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Mine and Mill Practice;
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00.

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old. Provided, that an applicant who is under twenty-one (21)
years of age may be allowed to take the examination on condition that he shall not be granted a
certificate until after he attains twenty-one (21) years of age;
b. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering;
c. Bachelor of Science in any Engineering Course or in Geology with at least five (5) years of
Practical Mining Experience (For-the-Board).

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BOARD OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE


ENGINEERING (R.A. 4565)
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Conditioned/Removal).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

NOTE: Republic Act No. 4565 - The Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Law
Article III, Section 15 - Re-examination
An applicant for examination who for the second time fails to pass the examination shall not be
allowed to take another examination until at least one (1) year has passed after his last
unsuccessful examination.

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION:


a. To pass the examination, an examinee must obtain a general weighted average of at least
75% with NO RATING BELOW 60% in any subject. Provided, however, that if an examinee failed
to pass but obtained 75% or more in at least two (2) subjects is entitled to a
conditioned/removal examination only in the subjects where he/she obtained below 75% within
one (1) year from the date of the said examination.

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BOARD OF NURSING (R.A. 9173)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Conditioned/Removal).

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
PRC OFFICE ORDER NO. 2012 - 142 (Effective June 30, 2012 schedule, and onwards)
a. For Nursing Graduates under CHED Memorandum Order No. 14, s. 2009:
* Original copy of Certificate of Undertaking signed by the Dean and Registrar, duly
notarized. The certification shall specifically state that the College of Nursing Dean,
under pain of legal sanction, vouches for the completion of all competencyrequirements of its graduates and therefore allowed to graduate.
b. For Nursing Graduates under CHED Memorandum Order No. 30, s. 2001:
* Original copy of the Summary of Related Learning Experience (RLE)
* Original copy of Operating Room (OR) Cases:
- Five (5) - Major Scrubs
- Five (5) - Minor Scrubs
* Original copy of Delivery Room (DR) Cases:
- Five (5) - Handled/Actual Delivery
- Five (5) - Assisted Delivery
- Five (5) - Cord Dressing/Immediate Newborn Care
c. For Registered Midwife (Practicing) with Bachelor of Science in Nursing
* Delivery Room (DR) Cases are Waived, to submit updated PRC ID/PRC License Card as
Registered Midwife.

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QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Nursing;
b. BSN graduates, with double courses are for INTERVIEW by the Board;
c. New applicants should not have more than 30 units in all semester except in the graduation
semester;
d. No two (2) Summary of Related Learning Experience (RLE) in any term or semester.

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION:


a. In order to pass the examination, an examinee must obtain a general average of at least 75%
with a rating of not below 60% in any subject. An examinee who obtains an average rating of
75% or higher but gets a rating below 60% in any subject must take the examination again but
only in the subject or subjects where he/she is rated below 60%. In order to pass the succeeding
examination, an examinee must obtain a rating of at least 75% in the subject or subjects
repeated.
b. Must be taken within two (2) years from the last examination.

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BOARD OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (P.D. 1286)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Conditioned/Removal).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics
c. If graduate of Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition, Certificate of Completion of Practical
Training in:
* 180 Hours - Public Health
* 160 Hours - Food Service
* 192 Hours - Clinical Dietetics
For-the-Board (FTB)

CONDITIONED / REMOVAL EXAMINATION:


a. To pass the examinations, a candidate must obtain an average of 70%, with no rating below
50% in any subject. Provided, that an applicant who fails to obtain a passing average but who
obtained at least 70% in each of at least one-half of the total subjects given in the examinations,
may be permitted to take within one (1) year from the date of his/her examination, another
examination, on the subjects in which he/she obtained a grade below 70%.
b. Should the examinee fail in the set of subjects repeated in the second examinations, he shall
be required to take all the subjects in the next examinations.

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BOARD OF OPTOMETRY (R.A. 8050)


OPTOMETRIST
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 1,300.00 (Complete);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Theory) and Php 400.00 (Practical).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old - Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR)
b. A holder of a degree of Doctor of Optometry (O.D.) after passing at least six (6) year course
offering the following minimum basic subjects:
* Mathematics
* General and Organic Chemistry
* Practical and Mechanical Optics
* Psychology
* Physics
* Physiological Optics
* Pharmacology
* Theoretic Optics
* Practical Optometry
* Sociology
* Applied Psychology
* General Anatomy
* Physiology
* General Histology
* Embryology
* Ocular Anatomy and Physiology
* General Pathology
* Ocular Pathology
* Biochemistry
* Microbiology
* Clinical Optometry
* Theoretic Optometry
* Contact Lens Practice

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* Orthoptics and Vision Training


* Neuro-optometry and Visual fields
* Research Methods
* Optometric Ethics and Jurisprudence
* Optometric Economics and Practice Management
* Hygiene
* Sanitation and Public Health Optometry and Low Vision and Pediatric Optometry

NOTE: Republic Act No. 8050 - Revised Optometry Law of 1995


Section 22 - Additional Requirements for Reexamination
Any applicant who for the third time, fails to pass the board examination shall not be allowed to
take the next succeeding examination without submitting to the Board proof that he has taken a
REFRESHER COURSE in a duly accredited institute.

OCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original and photocopy of Board Certificate as Optometrist;
e. Original and photocopy of Professional License as Optometrist;
f. Certification that he/she has completed the Special Pharmacology Course (Graduate Prior to
1999);
g. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
h. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
i. Examination Fee of Php 1,500.00 (Complete);

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A holder of a degree of Doctor of Optometry (O.D.)

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BOARD OF PHARMACY (R.A. 5921)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original copy of Daily Time Record (DTR) and Certificate of Internship signed by a Registered
Pharmacists with updated PRC License in:
* Minor Internship
* Manufacturing / Laboratory Pharmacy - 200 hours
* Community Pharmacy - 200 hours
* Hospital Pharmacy - 200 hours
* Major Internship
* 360 hours - In any of the three (3) areas of Pharmacy
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete);

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy or its equivalent;
c. Completed an Internship Program which shall consist of at least nine hundred sixty (960)
hours.

NOTE: Republic Act No. 5921 - The Pharmacy Law


Article III, Section 20 - Ratings Required
In order to pass the examination, a candidate must obtain on the basis of one hundred percent
(100%) a general average of seventy-five percent (75%) or over with no ratings below fifty
percent (50%) in more than two (2) subjects.
Any candidate who fails to pass in three (3) successive attempts shall not be admitted in the
fourth examination unless he could present to the Board a certification that he had enrolled and

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undergone within the year preceding, a pre-board review course from a duly accredited College
of Pharmacy. (For-the-Board)

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BOARD OF PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL


THERAPY (R.A. 5680)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original Certificate of ten (10) months of Clinical Internship signed by the Dean and Registrar;
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete);

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original Certificate of ten (10) months of Clinical Internship signed by the Dean and Registrar;
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete);

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QUALIFICATIONS:
a. PHYSICAL THERAPIST
* At least twenty-one (21) years old;
* Graduate with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy;
* Completed at least ten (10) months of Internship in Physical Therapy in an adequate
Physical Therapy Department of a hospital or clinic as certified by the Department of
Health, or has at least ten (10) months Clinical Experience under the supervision of a
competent and duly Registered Occupational Therapist in an accredited hospital or
institution, as the case may be. Clinical experience shall include the effective treatment
of psychosocial and physical dysfunction of patients of wide age range and of both
sexes.
b. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
* At least twenty-one (21) years old;
* Graduate with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy;
* Completed at least ten (10) months of Internship in Physical Therapy in an adequate
Physical Therapy Department of a hospital or clinic as certified by the Department of
Health, or has at least ten (10) months Clinical Experience under the supervision of a
competent and duly Registered Occupational Therapist in an accredited hospital or
institution, as the case may be. Clinical experience shall include the effective treatment
of psychosocial and physical dysfunction of patients of wide age range and of both
sexes.

NOTE: Republic Act No. 5680 - The Philippine Physical and Occupational Therapy Law
Section 17 - Ratings in the Examination
In order to pass the first examination, a candidate must obtain a general rating of not below
seventy-five percent (75%) in the written examination with no rating below sixty percent (60%).
Any applicant who failed in the first examination but obtained seventy-five percent (75%) in
each of at least five (5) of the subjects may be permitted to take a second examination within
one (1) year from the date of the first examination.
In order to pass in the second examination, the examinee must obtain a rating not below
seventy-five percent (75%) in each of the subjects repeated.
An applicant who failed in the set of subjects repeated on the second examination must take a
re-examination in all the subjects within one (1) year from the date of the second examination.
If the applicant still fails in the third re-examination, the applicant shall be required to undertake
a prescribed course of study (REFRESHER COURSE) and to show proof of the completion of such
course before he/she will be admitted to the fourth examination.

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BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY (R.A. 10029)


PSYCHOLOGIST
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note:
* For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required.
* If school is exempted from issuance of Special Order (S.O.), a Certificate of
Authentication and Validation (CAV) from the CHED is required.
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certified true copy of the Certificate of Practicum Training, Clinical Internship or Work
Experience specifying the institution where this internship training was spent, and the detailed
activities or psychological services and number of hours rendered under the auspices or
supervision of a Licensed/Registered Psychologist, or any other Licensed Mental Health
Professional. This certification must be signed and issued by the same authority or superior, and
duly notarized under oath;
e. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
f. Three (3) Certificate of Good Moral Character, preferably from (school, employer, church or
barangay captain) duly signed by the issuing authority and notarized under oath with
documentary stamp;
g. Original copy of Certificate of Mental Health and Mental Fitness from a Psychiatrist or from a
Registered/Certified Clinical Psychologist duly signed and notarized under oath;
h. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
i. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
j. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete);

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Holds at least a Masters Degree in Psychology and has obtained sufficient credits for the
subjects covered in the examinations:
* Advanced Theories of Personality
* Advanced Abnormal Psychology
* Advanced Psychological Assessment
* Psychological Counseling and Psychotherapy

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b. Has undergone a minimum of two hundred (200) hours of supervised


practicum/internship/clinical experience related to services enumerated in R.A. 10029, Section 3
and under the auspices of a Licensed Psychologist or other Licensed Mental Health Professional.

PSYCHOMETRICIAN
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note:
* For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required.
* If school is exempted from issuance of Special Order (S.O.), a Certificate of
Authentication and Validation (CAV) from the CHED is required.
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
e. Three (3) Certificate of Good Moral Character, preferably from (school, employer, church or
barangay captain) duly signed by the issuing authority and notarized under oath with
documentary stamp;
f. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
g. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
h. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Holds at least a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and has obtained sufficient credits for the
subjects covered in the examinations:
* Theories of Personality
* Abnormal Psychology
* Industrial Psychology
* Psychological Assessment

NOTE: Republic Act No. 10029 - Philippine Psychology Act of 2009


Article V, Section 18 - Ratings in the Examination
To be qualified as having passed the licensure examination for psychologists and
psychometricians, a candidate must have obtained a weighted general average of at least
seventy-five percent (75%) for all subjects, with no grade lower than sixty percent (60%) in any
given subject.

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An examinee who obtains a weighted general average of seventy-five percent (75%) or higher
but obtains a rating below sixty percent (60%) in any given subject may retake such subjects
within the next two (2) years, and upon obtaining a rating of at least seventy-five percent (75%)
in each such subject, shall then be deemed to have passed the licensure examination.

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BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS (R.A. 9293)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. ELEMENTARY LEVEL
* At least eighteen (18) years old;
* Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education or its equivalent;
* Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education or its equivalent.
b. SECONDARY LEVEL
* At least eighteen (18) years old;
* Bachelor of Secondary Education or its equivalent;
* A Bachelors Degree in education or its equivalent with a major and minor and the
degrees which shall be considered equivalent must have to take at least eighteen (18)
units in Professional Education;
* A Bachelors Degree in Arts and Sciences with at least eighteen (18) units in
Professional Education
c. VOCATIONAL AND TWO-YEAR TECHNICAL COURSE
* A Bachelors Degree in the field of specialization or its equivalent with at least
eighteen (18) units in Professional Education

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BOARD OF RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY (R.A. 7431)


RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Conditioned/Removal).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A holder of a Baccalaureate degree in Radiologic Technology.

X-RAY TECHNOLOGIST
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete) and Php 450.00 (Conditioned/Removal).

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QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A holder of an Associate in Radiologic Technology diploma.

NOTE: Republic Act No. 7431 - Radiologic Technology Act of 1992


Section 22 - Report of Ratings
In order to pass the examination, a candidate must obtain a weighted average of at least
seventy-five percent (75%) with no rating below sixty percent (60%) in any subject. An examinee
who obtains an average rating of seventy-five percent (75%) or higher but gets a rating below
sixty percent (60%) in any subject shall be allowed to take a reexamination in only those
subjects in which he obtained a rating below sixty percent (60%)
Such examination shall, as far as practicable, be taken in the next scheduled examination
In order to pass the examination, the examinee must obtain a rating of seventy-five percent
(75%) in each of the subjects repeated. If the candidate still fails the reexamination, applicant
shall as far as practicable, be required to repeat said subjects during the succeeding
examination.
When an applicant fails to qualify after the third examination, he/she shall be required to take
the entire examination.

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BOARD OF REAL ESTATE SERVICE (R.A. 9646)


REAL ESTATE BROKER AND APPRAISER/ASSESSOR
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY or Original and photocopy of College Diploma;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable or Valid
Philippine Passport;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
e. Original copy of Certificate of Seminar/Training duly notarized;
f. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
g. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
h. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Bachelors Degree in Real Estate Service;
b. A holder of a relevant Bachelors Degree;
c. One hundred twenty (120) credit units of real estate subjects and training from accredited
providers, as may be determined by the Board.

REAL ESTATE CONSULTANT


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY or Original and photocopy of College Diploma;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable or Valid
Philippine Passport;

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c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
e. Original copy of notarized certification by employer of his/her years of experience or prerequisite Certification of Registration and Professional Identification Card and DTI License;
f. Feasibility Study;
g. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
h. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
i. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. All First Timers are For-the-Board (FTB);
b. Bachelors Degree in Real Estate Service;
c. A holder of a relevant Bachelors Degree;
d. Ten (10) years experience as Licensed Real Estate Broker or an Assessor, or as a Bank or
Institutional Appraiser or an employed person performing real property valuation, or at least
five (5) years experience as a Licensed Real Estate Appraiser

Note: Republic Act No. 9646 - Real Estate Service Act of the Philippines
Article III, Section 15 - Ratings in the Examination
In order that a candidate may be deemed to have successfully passed the examination, he/she
must have obtained an average of at least seventy-five percent (75%) in all subjects, with no
rating below fifty percent (50%) in any subject.

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BOARD OF RESPIRATORY THERAPY (R.A. 10024)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note:
* For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required.
* If school is exempted from issuance of Special Order (S.O.), a Certificate of
Authentication and Validation (CAV) from the CHED is required.
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of Completion of Internship issued by the School Registrar indicating that the
applicant has completed at least ten (10) months of internship equivalent to a minimum of
1,500 hours of Respiratory Therapy Clinical Internship under the supervision of a competent,
duly qualified and Licensed/Registered Respiratory Therapist;
e. Original copy of NBI Clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
f. Three (3) Certificate of Good Moral Character, preferably from (school, employer, church or
barangay, captain), duly signed by the issuing authority and notarized under oath with
documentary stamp;
g. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
h. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
i. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A graduate with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy;
b. Completed at least ten (10) months Internship equivalent to a minimum of one thousand five
hundred (1,500) hours of Respiratory Therapy Clinical Internship under the supervision of a
competent, duly qualified and Licensed/Registered Respiratory Therapist.

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BOARD OF SANITARY ENGINEERING


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
e. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
f. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. A graduate with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Sanitary Engineering;
c. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering having taken major subjects in Sanitary Engineering;
d. All applicants for examination - FTB (For-the-Board).

NOTE: Republic Act No. 1364 - Sanitary Engineering Law


Article III, Section 13 - Subjects of Examination
Applicants shall be examined in the following subjects:
- Mathematics
- Algebra
- Plane and Spherical Trigonometry
- Analytics
- Descriptive and Solid Geometry
- Differential and Integral Calculus
- Rational and Applied Mechanics
- Hydraulics
- Topographic and Hydrographic Surveying
- Design and Construction of Wooden
- Masonry
- Reinforced Concrete
- Steel structures as Flumes
- Water towers and Drainage Canals
- Hydrology
- Water and Sewage Analysis

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- Microbiology and Bacteriology


- Design and Construction of Sewers
- Storm Drains
- Water purification Plants
- Sewage treatment Plants and Plumbing
Duly Registered Civil Engineers shall be exempted from taking examinations in the following
subjects:
- Mathematics
- Algebra
- Plane Calculus
- Rational and Applied Mechanics
- Hydraulics
- Topographic and Hydrographic Surveying
- Design and Construction of Wooden
- Masonry
- Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structures as Flumes
- Water Towers and Drainage Canals.

Article III, Section 15 - Re-examination


An Applicant who for the third time fails to pass the examination for the same grade shall not be
allowed to take another until at least one (1) year has elapsed after his/her last examination.

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BOARD OF SOCIAL WORKERS (R.A. 4373)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Certificate of 1,000 Case Hours signed by a Licensed/Registered Social worker;
e. Photocopy of updated PRC License Card of the Certifying Licensed/Registered Social Worker;
f. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
g. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
h. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. At least twenty-one (21) years old;
b. A graduate with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Social Work
c. Masters Degree in Social Work or its equivalent
d. Completed a minimum period of one thousand (1,000) Case Hours of Practical Training in an
established social work agency under the direct supervision of a fully trained, qualified,
Licensed/Registered Social Worker.

Note: Republic Act No. 4373 - Social Work Law


Article III, Section 14 - Ratings in the Examination
In order to pass the examination, a candidate must obtain a general rating of at least seventy
percent (70%) in the written test, with no rating below fifty percent (50%) in any subject.

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BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICINE (R.A. 9268)


DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:
a. Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Scanned Picture, indicating the
Special Order (S.O.) number unless it is not required and with remarks FOR BOARD
EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY;
Note: For All New Schools/Programs, CHED Recognition Certificate is required
b. Original and photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper (SECPA), photocopy
of Birth Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
c. Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper for Married Female Applicants, photocopy of
Marriage Certificate from Local Civil Registrar if NSO copy is not legible/readable;
d. Original NBI clearance (National Bureau of Investigation);
e. Two (2) identical passport size (1.72x1.37) colored pictures in white background taken
within three (3) months with complete name tag (Surname, First Name Middle Name);
f. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA);
g. Examination Fee of Php 900.00 (Complete).

QUALIFICATIONS:
a. A holder of a Degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Note: Republic Act No. 9268 - The Philippine Veterinary Medicine Act of 2004
Article III, Section 17 - Ratings in the Examination
In order to pass the examination, a candidate must obtain a weighted average of at least
seventy-five percent (75%) with no rating below sixty percent (60%) in any subject.
A candidate who obtains an average rating of seventy-five (75%) or higher but gets a rating
below sixty percent (60%) in any subject shall be allowed to take a RE-EXAMINATION in only
those subjects in which he/she obtained a rating below sixty percent (60%).
If the applicant fails to obtain seventy-five percent (75%) in the reported subject or subjects,
his/her examination shall be considered failed, and he/she is required to take all the subjects in
the next examination.