Each item is followed by several possible answer.

On your sheet, shade complete ly the box that corresponds to the num ber of the answer thai s pecificall ypertains 10 you.

PART - V PROFESS~ONAL

NO -COPYINCi

NO - DUPUCATWN

EXAMJNKES UESC!lIJ'TIV!i:· Q EST]ONNAIRE

The 20 times (hat follow are iruormation about you Please supply the information as HONESTLY and ACCURATELY as yo u can.

The data that will be obtained [rorn these items shall be held strictly confidential.

t

Sex :

1 _ Male

2_ Female

2_

Ci VTI I S tal us

1_ Single 3_Widow/widower

2_ Married

4_ Separated/Divorce

3. Age bracket where you belong l , 18-24 years old

2. 39-45 years old

2.25-31 years old

5. More than 45 years old

3. 32-28 years old

4_ Highest educational attainment:

1. College graduate 2_ Diploma/Certificate

3_ With Master's Units 4_ Master's Degree

s. W~(h Ph.D_ UniJs/Degree

5. Year of ~ as t auendance TI n schoo I

1. Before] 985 2. 191\6-1990

4. 1996-2000 5. After 2000

3.1 991-1995

6_ What honours did you receive when you graduated Irom college?

1. Summa Cum laude 2_ Magna Cum laude 3_ Cum laude

4_ Other academic a ward S. None/not appl ica hie

7_ [Present employmem: 1_ Government

2_ [Private

3_ Self-employed

11_ Type of PIc sent job:

1_ Pro Iessi onal /Tech n ica liS c ien ti Iic 2_ General Cler~cal

3_ Trades and crafts (jobs requiring manual dexterity of application of

manual/mechanical/artistic skills)

4_ Others

S_ Not applicable

9_ Length of experience in present job:

1. Less than one year

2. One 10 IWO years

3_ Three 10 four years 4_ More than Io ur years 5_ Unernployed

10_ Do you ha ve any or the fol lowing [irst level el igibi lilies:

Second Grade, Municipal/Provincial Clerk, General Clerical, Career Service S ubProfessio nalrl ocal Government), Career Service Sub-professional

t Yes 2. No

11. For what reason are you laking this examination? 1. Entrance 10 govermnent service

2_ Change of appoinuneru status

3. Promotion

4. Others

12_ How many times have you taken the Career Service Professional? Examination exclud ing this one?

l , Once

2. Twice

3. Thrice

4. More than thrice 5. Never

13. Which of the following activi lies did yo u undertake in preparing Ior this examination? 1. Enrolled in review centers

2_ S tudied career service exarni nation reviewers sold at bookstore 3_ Engage I n other activities

4_ Used a combinarion on and 2_ 5. No pre para lion done at all

Items '14 to Hi (For Covcrnrucnc Employees Only):

14_ Category of government office where employed;

1_ National go vernmen I

2_ Local government (pro VI nce/ci I y/m unici pal)

3. Government-owned or controlled corporation

4. Coustirurional office

5. State college or university

15. S latus of present appointment in govemment service:

1_ Permanent 4_ Contractual

2. T e mporary 5~ Substitute

3_ Casual/Emergency

16_ Years or experience in government service:

1. less than 5 ),'ears 2_ 5-9 years 3 _ 1 0-14 yea rs

4. 15-19 years 5. More than 19 years

I tems "17 to 20

~n which of the Io llowing types of work do you consider yourself best qualified? Choose only Irom ~tl~ilnlig the optio ns listed in items 1 7 -20_ Shad e the boxes tha I corresponds to YOW"

chokes. ror example, if you think yo u are best qualified in budget management, and project planning/managernenr, shade box no. 2 ofitem 17 and box no. 3 of i tern _ lea ve items 18 and blank. .[!~ou think yo uare best quali fied in research/report including statistical analysis,

shade boxex no. and no, 2 of item 20 on your Answer sheet, and leave items and 19 blank.

17_

1 _ Ac(;O u nii ng

3_ Buying/Purchasing

6. Computer Operations

2_ B udgei Management 4_ Co-ordination

18_ I_ EDlP Computer Programming

2_ EDP System Analysis and Design 3_ rl uman Resource Development

s_ Management and AuditAnalysis

19_

1_ News/Feat ure Writing

3_ [Project Planning/Management 4_ Public Relation Work

6. Records Management

I. Research! Report Writing 3" S tenogra ph y

6. None of the Above

2_ Personal Recruitment/Selection

20.

2. Statistical Ana lysis

4. Supplies Management

" TEST REG INS HERE of,

-lllnrECTIONS: Choose Irom among the suggested answers the word that means most nearly the same as the word in capital letters On your Answer Sheet, shade completely the box that corresponds to YOW" answer.

21_ Ang PAGAl na gum ay sandaling tumigil bago muling nagpatuloy sa pagsasalita.

Lpagod 2. galit 3_pihikan

4_ mabagal s_ ma hinahon

22. A special group in the police force is believe 10 be engage in rUIn~ Vti activities,

1. illegal 2. suspicious 3. unusual

4. worthy 5" sec ret

23_ The Defensepresenled its case 10 the jury in a TRENCHA NT manner,

1. Legalistic 2. dignified 3_ vague

4_ emphatic S. cautious

24. Ang rnga mag bubukid ay NABlrlASA sa paggarnit ng kalaba w bilang kat ulong nila sa pagsasaka. L nagsawa

2. nagtiwala

3_ nasanay

4. naiuto

5. nahi rapan

25. [PHo's insensitivity has created ANUv10S1TY 10 the workers demands,

1. distrust 2. hostility 3. fear

4. distance S. dependence

20. The baffled owner ACQUmSCIED 10 the worker's demands.

1. opposed 2. reacted 3. agreed

4. resisted S. listened

27.T'he recommendation ofthe wage council is RElPUGNANT to the employers,

1. acceptable 2. objectionable 3. beneficial

4. degrad ing

5~ embarrassing

28. Sanctuaries for wildlife have DWINDLED alarmingly in the last decade.

I. disappeared 2. changed 3. decreased

4. multiplied S. deteriorated

29. Recklessness always entails .l GOlPARD Y.

2. crisis

5~ aggression

3. apprehension

1. danger 4. control

30. Business li ke life, is much 100 extensive and [~EQ UESCENT 10 be wholly contained by any checklist formula or theory.

I. structured 2. changeable 3. complicated

4. shapel ess S. confusi ng

Dtrcctions: ln each of the following sentences is a blank space indicating Ilia I. a word or group of words has been orniued. I'rorn among the suggested answers choose the word or groups of words besl.cd!n.:eys the co ncepror meani ngofthe sentence as a whole. On your AnswerS heel,

shade completely the box that corresponds 1.0 yo ur answer,

31. Realizing that we were determined to go, our experienced friends that

there might be more difficulties along the way than we expect

l . dismissed 2. im imated 3. insisted

4. projected S. concluded

32. Ang paiuloy na pag-angkat ng mga prod uktong banyaga, na siyanarning tinatangki lik ng mga

mamarnayar, ang dahilanng ng mga ~ nd ustriyang' local,

1. paghinto 2. pagbabago 3.paglitilpid

4. pagka wala S. pagkal ugi

33. A strong government IS needed to promote enco urage free en terprise.

I. self-alienation 2. sel I-evaluation 3. sel f'rel lance

4. self-a waremenss 5. self-determination

not dependency, and to

34. Mass media develop in LiS level of conscio usness that keeps us ____,- c urrent

events.

- ~. - j - ---

i ~ . _ • • _ j ~ __

..... - _I ~ _ ••. __

.., .

I. irueresieu In 4. fearful of

L aujus II ng to s. abreast of

_j. e xcneu over

35. Failure is the most liring experience a person can ever have; there is nothing more _____ than nOI succeeding being blocked, not moving ahead.

1. invigorating 2. discouraging 3. exhilarating

4. enervating S. depressing

·[)ffffCTIONS: Some of the sentences in this section contain an error in grammar or correct usage, 0 n yo ur Answer shee I, shade cornpletel y the box tha I corres po nds to that sectio n of the sentence thatcontains the error.I [there is no errori n the sentence, shade completely box 11 umber 5.

36. A Ih~~ee-aci play or a novel are 10 be read;

of poet:rv-lvr~G. dran~at~c. or narralive-is 3

NO ERROR 5

37 .. Ac:curac:v ofrnovernenl, l~ke accuracv of "'lOrds, 2

a 10l.al of 1",,10 hunMed pages 2

also requ~red of everyone. 4

are essenlial 10

3

Ihe success of nngkal rites. 4

3R. If anvbod v oiJjects, I

of Ihe proposed plan. 4

39. In this rnodern a"e OriOGav, I

10 bel.ieve in sUiJerslil~ons. 4

40. CoUege teac:hes us 1

NO ERROR.

S

40. CoUe[Ie teac:hes us 1

NO ERROR.

S

41. learners se I. reoa Is

NO !EI(I{OR

5

letthern Ih~nk of a iJe lie r sc:hen~e 2

NO ERROl'.:

rather than rnake fun 3

5

rnost people are 2

NO ERROl'.:

too h~"hlv ed Llcaled 3

5

to fo lTn 0 pi nio ns 2

bv the result ofc:areful thought

3 4

to fonrl opinions 2

bv the result 3

ofc:arefulthought 4

as rnolival~on for ~earn~n", and their SLlccesses or failures in

2

achiev~ng- these goals detelTn~ne ho'Vv he sets h~s future goals.

3 4

41. learne~~s set Qoals

NO !ERROl'.:

S

as n~olival~on for ~eam~n", and their SLlccesses or fallm~es in

2

achiev~ng- these goals delelTn~ne ho'iv he sets h~s future [Ioals.

3 4

42. ·The labor Secretary wil ~ lYlel represenlalives of Ihe enlerlainn"llem industry lornonow

1 2

10 d~scuss prob~ems affectinre the \.vork~n[I condi t~ons of Fi~ ~pino workers a broad.

3 4

NO ERROl'.:

S

NO CiRROR 5

43_ Some people are slrnpiv too OliporlmJiljes

to lake a sland

42_ The tabor Secretary wil ~ rnet representatives of the enterlainrnent industrv tornono'iV

1 2

to discuss prob~erns affectinc the workinc condi tions of fi~ ipino vvorkers a broad_

3 4

5

2

on c:ontroversial issues. NO ERRO~"

4 5

3

on controversial issues. 4

2 3

NO ERROR

5

44. We were discussilH! about po~itica~ issLies

about dothes and fashion 3

so he r re rnarks 2

were cornpletely beside (he point 4

NO ERRO~"

44_ We were discussing abou.t po~itic:a~ issLies 1

so he r re rnarks 2

about dothes and fashion 3

were cornpletely beside the point 4

NO ERRO~"

5

45_ ·The best consultants are those villo can suQQest I

or ap ply a n a nay 0 f rnet.hods ahn a t. he lping iJlei~' d Jents 2

45_ ·The best consultants are those villo can suggest

oJ" aJ)pJv an anSley of.methods aim a LheLpiJiQ;_=Jh_eix dJ.elllS 2

understand a situation .. dlar!nose it. and 3

ael ac:cordi ngly u.nder a given situation_ 4

NO CiRROR 5

40_ We ","ere touch

by his r>:enerosHv 2

when he olwiousl v eouid m afford 3

to be so cenero us,

NO EIZIZOR

4

5

47. This is just one approach 1

to a seleclion system 2

and there are rnany 3

4g. Maaaring uma bot sa sandaang taon 1

kung gugustuhinat sus undan lamang 3

aug buhay ng isang tao 2

aug mga positibong saloobi n. 4

NO ER.RO~:{ 5

10 be so c:enero us. 4

NO ERROR

s

47_ This is just one approach 1

frorn whorn tn choose 4

to a selection svstern 2

NO !ERROR

5

and there are nnnv 3

49_ I use 1

to lake a shorl siesla 2

every afternoon 3

after I Lmch_ 4

NO !ERRO~:{ 5

50_ ·The success of a leade~~ lavs

not onlv on the ~eader's abWtv 10 innuence people, 2

but also in the sincedJv of (he purpose 3

that he desi~~es ID achieve. 4

NO !ERIZ0R

5

IDTRE·CTTONS: Read each ofthe following sentences carefully, then choose which among the several choices in each group is expressed most satisfactorily in terms of grarnrnar and correct L~sage. On your sheet, shade completely the box thai corresponds 10 your answer.

51_ I _IF'I umbers who work efficientl y from thepoint of view of a horne maker are worthy of their wages.

2_ Plumbers are worthy of their I_,vages who work efficiently [rom the point of view off a homemaker,

3_ Plumbers, Iro m the point of view of a homemaker, who work elficienrly, are worthy of thei r wages,

4. Frorn the point of view of a homemaker, plumbers who work efficiently are worthy of thei r wages.

5_ \I"lorthy of their wages are pl urn bers who work efficiently horn the point of view of a hornema ker,

52_ 1_ The time for most people has come 10 change their attitudes and lifestyles. 2_ The time has come when people must change their attitudes and lifestyles. 3_ The time when the altitudes and l ifestyles of the people has come to change.

4_ Thepeople must change their altitudes and lifestyles and the rime had come to change. s_ lPeopl.e must change their attitudes and lifestyles, and it is because the time has corne to

change.

53_ 1_ Her brother, whom I met in the party, is more richer than you think.

2_ Her brother, 1 met him in the party, is very much richer than you think. 3_ Her brother, whom I had met in the party, is richer than you thi nk,

4_ Her brother, whom I met in the party, is much richer than you thi nk.

s_ I met her brother in the party and he is richer than you think

54. 1.r-he fisher folks decided to go 10 the nearby hut finally drenched with rain.

2. 'The fisher foils [inall y decided 10 go 10 the nearby hut drenched with rain,

3. Drenched with rain, the fisher folks finally decided 10 go the nearby hut,

4. Final ly drenched with rain, the fisher folks decided 10 go the nearby hut,

S. Final ly deciding 10 go 10 the nearby hut, the fisher folks were drenched with rain.

2. The fisher foils finall y decided 10 go 10 the nearby hut drenched with rain.

3. Drenched with rain, the fisher folks finally decided to go the nearby hut.

4. Finally drenched with rain, the fisher folks decided to go the nearby hut.

5. Finally deciding 10 go 10 the nearby hut, the fisher folks were drenched with rain,

55. I.T·he Fll~pino people have regained their respect and trust in their governmenr.

2. The Filipino people have regained their respect and tHiSI for their govemment.

3. The filipino people have regained their respect lor their govermre nt and even their trust in il.

4. The filipino people have regained their respect for and trust in their go vernmem.

5. The fili pino people have regained, for their go vernmern their respect and trust in i I.

56. I. The education of his children is most paramount in his plans. 2. The education of his children is more paramount in his plans.

4. The Fil.ipino people have regained their respect. for and trust in their government

S. The Fil.i pino people have regained, for their gove mrnern their res peel. and trust in i I.

56.1. The education of his children is most paramount in his plans.

2. The education of his children is more para m OLm I in his plans.

3. The education of his children is paramount in his plans.

4. The mosrparamo unt ofall his plans is how to educate his children.

5. Paramount in his plans more than any other things is the education of his children.

57. I.As soon as rhe tabulation ofthe figures have been completed, someone should check the

accuracy.

2 .. As soo n as ta bula ted, someo ne should c heck on the ace: uracy of those fig ures. 3 .. As soon as the tabulation is finished, someone Vias 10 cheek its accuracy.

4. Once the tabulation was completed, the accurac:y of the fig ures should be checked.

5. Someone had ouglu to check t he accLll~cy ofthose Figures when they have been tabulated,

Sg. I. Sa pamarnagitan ng kasaysayan ay nauuunghayan muli ang mak uk ulay na lumi pas ng magiguing na lao.

2. Sa pamamagitan ng kasaysaya n, ang I umipas na makuk ulay ng magiguing na lao ay muling nauuungbayan,

3. Ang rna ku ku lay na lumipas ay natutunghayan muli ng magigiting na lao sa pamamagi tan ng kasaysayan

4. iV1 uli ang mak uk ulay na lumipas ng mga taong magigiting ay natutunghayan sa parnamagitanng kasaysayan,

5. Natutunhayan muli ang lurnipas ng magigiting na lao na makukulay sa parnarnagitan ng kasaysayan

59. 1. One has 10 be ei ther 6S or U ind 10 claim an exira personal exemption.

2. One has eithe r 10 be 6S or U ind 10 cla irn an exira persona I e xe mption.

3. One ei ther has 10 be 65 or U ind 10 claim an exira personal e xemption.

4. Either one has 10 be 65 or blind 10 claim an exira personal exemption.

5. To claim an exira personal exemption, one eitherhas 10 be 65 or bl ind,

60. I. I will never, unless he apologizes First, work with him again.

2.1 wil l never, unless he apologized First, work with him again

3 .. 1 "viii never work with him again unless he asks for an apology. 4 .. 1 will never work with him again unless he apologizes Iirst.

s. Unless he asks for an apology, 1 will. never work with him again.

07_ For a society In develop, its auuude towards life must not be a fatalistic one; rather, it must 3. 1 will never work with him again, unless he asks for an apology.

4.1 will never work with him again, unless he apologizes first.

5. Unless he asks for an apology, 1 will never work with him again,

07_ For a society 10 develop, its auitude towards lite must not be a fatalistic one; rather, il must have strong faith in its capacity 10 improve,

The sentence best supports the statement that _____.c

1_ the auir ude of a society Inwards life is i ndicative of its sooio-eeonomic development 2_ success in ~ ife s tarts fro rn 0 ne' s d issaiisfac rio n with the ex is ling state of affai rs

3_ a society cannotprogress unless It IS actively commiued 10 the pursuit ora beuer life

4_ a person develops a healthy altitude towards life through constant efforts 10 improved

oneself.

5. a person with an optimistic outlook in Ii Ie IS confident of his capaci l.y for advancement 2_ success in life starts Irorn one's dissatisfaction with the existing state of affairs

3_ a society cannot progress unless it is actively comrniued 10 the pursuit ofa better life

4_ a pe rson devel ops a hea ~ thy a IIi I ude 10 wards life thro ugh constan I efforts 10 improved oneself.

5_ a person with an optimistic outlook in Ii Ie is confident of his capaci ty for advanceme nt

Mt Freedom and human rights without food are like freeing a prisoner and then nOI giving the prisoner the key 10 get out of the eel L TIle 450 n~i Ilion people who today live in the shadow of hunge r and death Irorn mal nutri tio n can never be free rne nand wo men, howe ve r en trenched their freedom may be. These freedoms are only prospects held 0 u.l and not realized.

The paragraph best supports the statement thai _:

1_ at times people have 10 work as one nation 10 address the pro blem of maln urririon

2_ most of the ]loor countries in the world today still depend on "super" rich countries for

support

3_ the satisfaction of one's bask needs TIS a prereq uisite 10 the enjoyment ofIreedom 4_ a country which cannoiIeed TIts people with TIts own resources could never be Iree

5_ a country could not be free unless TIL could prove 10 the world thai it could stand on its own feel

69. The Einsteinrevolution has produced a paradox; while vastly extending humankind's reach, it has also exposed the essentially finite nature of the h uman seale.

"The sentence best supports the statement that Einstein's discovery .

1 _ proclaims only the glory of the universe

2_ devalues 11 umanity and science

3_ Involves a real bUI not ObVIOL~S contradiction

4. reveals a contradiction between God andhis people

5. reveals people's limitations

70_ A little ignorance when launching economic develo pmern projects nBy be a fruitful stimulus 10 ingenious new approaches.

70_ A little ignorance when launching economic development projects may be a fruitful stimulus

10 ingenious new approaches.

The sentence best supports the statement that .

I. new techniq ues insure success of development plans 2.ne w a pproac hes bring abo Lit c ha nge and s uccess 3.ignoranc:e someti mes gives birth to new knowledge

4. Irom ingenuity comes successful projects

s. lad of knowledge ~ n eeo no mic ventures may lead to beuer and improved results

71. If legislation is to change social auiuides and values, ir must come with adequate entorcement and machinery, which should include efforts 10 educate people on these laws. 4. Irom ingenuity comes successful projects

s. lack of knowledge ~ n economic ventures may lead to better and improved results

71. If legislation is to change social auirudes and values, ir must come with adequate enforcement and machinery, which should include efforts 10 educate people on these laws. Otherwise, legal provision not only remain dead leuers, but actually promote lack of respect for the law.

The paragraph best supports the statement that _:

1. people sho uld res pect laws because laws protect them

2. the effectiveness of laws lies in adequate education of the people about them and their

proper enforce ment.

3. laws lose their effectiveness ifpeople do not respect them

4. ignorance of the law does not excuse anyone

1. people sho uld res peer !aVIS because laws protect them

2. the effectiveness of laws lies in adequate education of the people about them and their

proper enforce ment.

3. laws lose their effectiveness ifpeople do not respect them

4. ignorance of the law does not excuse anyone

5. laws could change the social attitudes and values of people if proper! y enforced

72. T",IO person look o utthrough the same bars; one sees mud and the other, the stars,

The sentence best supports tile statement that .

1. some people are more blind than others

2. people see things di fferernly dependi ng on their own perspecti ve

3. people have varied ways of looki ng at d~ ffere nt thi ngs

4. people have different tastes and interests

5. people tend to influence one another'S views of things

Ali7S:lucat~on really suited to the rural en vironme nl can become both accepts ble and

genuinely Functional only when the e nviro nment begins to offer real opportuni ties and to req uire skills and knowledge on a large scale. As long as opportunities lie only in the urban econorny, education will remain in servitude to that small section of society.

'The paragraph best SUIJPorts the statement that _:

1. migration to the cities result Irom the lack of real opportunities in the rural areas

2. the rural environmeul has opportunities that need to be develop

3. we ha \Ie a concentration of ed ucational opport unities ~ n tile urban areas

4. rural occupational opportunities give meaning 10 rural education

s. our ed ucarional system eaten, mainl y l.0 the needs of the urban sector

74. No matter how strong and dedicated leaders may be, they must find mot and strength among the people. Alone, they cannot save a nation. 'They may guide they may set the tone they may dedicate themsel ves and risk their lives, but ultimately national survi val lies in the people.

The paragraph best supports the statement thai _'

1. dedication and the righl sense of di recrion enable a leader to guide the people

2. good leadership is essential to effective public administration

J_ 11. rs tile leader wno determrnes tne late o~ a nauon

4. the people of a nation shape their own destiny ",,1 th the guidance of a leader

1_ dedication and the right sense of di rection enable a leader to guide the people 2_ good leadership is essential to effective public administration

3_ it is the leader who determines the fate of a nation

4. the people of a nation shape their own destiny wi th the guidance of a leader

Ayon sa tabla

1_ ang kasalukuyang krisis ay bunga ng mga rnahal na bilihin 211 kawalan ng mapasukang tra baho

2_ aug krisis ay nakaapekto sa ha ngarin ng maraming industriya na makapagbigay ng karagdagang sahod sa kanilang rnga rnanggagawa

3_ dumarami ang rnga walang hanapbuhay 211 tumataas aug halaga ng rnga bilihin dahil sa krisis

trabaho

2_ ang krisis ay nakaapekto sa hangarin ng maraming ind ustriya na makapagbigay ng karagdagang sahod sa kanilang mga rnanggagawa

3. dumarami ang mga walang hanapbuhay 211 uunataas ang halaga ng mga bil ihi n dahil sa krisis

4. maraming industriya aug nalulugi dahil sa krisis kayaitinataas din nila ang presyong kani lang mga produkto.

5_ dahil sa krisis, maraming industriya ang napilitang magsara

Hi_ The gregariousness ofpeople is mostly due 10 a rear of remaining alone. H feels safer to be a g>ii!l:ilp, talk like a gro LIp, act like a gmup_lhe ramparts of'group solidarity give the

members security

5_ the strength ofthe people comes [rom a dynamic and forceful leader

75_ Angpagbaba ng halaga ngpiso I umikha ng krisis sa ruararning i nd ustriya ng ba nsa. Kas unod nito ang pagtiti pid at problema sa kawalan ng mapas ukang trabaho, Lumi kha rin ito ng pagtataas

5_ the strength ofthe people comes [rom a dynamic and forceful leader

75_Angpagbaba ng halaga ngpiso I urnikha ug krisis sa ruararning i nd ustriya ng bansa. KaSLUlOd nito ang pagtiti pid at problema sa kawalan ng rnapas ukang trabaho, Lumi kha rin ito ng pagtataas ng presyong mga bilihin na labis nakaapekto sa k ita ng mga manggagawa,

'The paragraph best supports the statement thai ___c

1. people who belong to a group react 10 situations in the same manner

2. sorne people are more gregarious than others

3_ people who are gregarious are afraid to be alone 4_ people find safety in numbers

5_ gregarious people have many fears

77_ Most researchers in needy countries are based on the thinking and approach of the highly developed Western world, and seldom have they been directed toward meeting the countries; own development needs.

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1. HIi;; ;.')IVUl.IVU ...... 'U l)'V;.')l. ;.')U~JJJIUJ l;.') lHIC ;.')ltLlIVUJJ.IV1.H UI.;::U _'

I. highly developed countries offer the best guide for the development of needy countries

2. most researchers done in needy countries are missing their objectives

3. most researchers have universal application

4. needy count lies need researchers to help them reach the status of the western world

The sentence best supports the statement that _'

1. highly developed countries offer the best guide for the development of needy countries

2. most researchers done in needy countries are missing their objectives

3. most researchers have universal application

4. need y countries need researchers 1.0 help them reach the status of the western world

5. needy countries spend so much time for conducting researchers

7g. In a modern economy, the results of long-range planning frequently depend upon the future value of money, The ability then to predict the value or money is a key to economic progress.

The paragraph best supports the statement that _'

1. the val L~e 0 I' rnoney is u npredi crab Ie at times

2. the unpred icta bil ity of money is an obstacle 1.0 a nation' I'. pros pe rity

3. economic progress is facilirated by properly controlling budgetary expenses

The paragraph best supports the statement that _'

I. the value of money is unpredictable at times

2. the unpredicta bil ity of money is an obstacle to a nation' s pros perity

3. economic progress is facilitated by properly controlling budgetary expenses

4. long-range planning is unheard of in tradi tional economies

5. financial planning is indispensable in modern economy

79. Sixty years ago ,I know everything now 1 know nothing education is a progressive

disco ve ry of 0 ur 0 wn ~g no fa nee.

'The sentence best supports the statement that ,

1. the older vie get, the more we forget what we have learned

2. the older we get, the more knowledgeable we become

3. the more we learn, the more we realize that there's more we need to know

4. we learn more as we grow old

5. ignorance is a lifelong experience

1. the older we get, the more we forget what INC have learned

2. the older we get, the more knowledgeable we become

3. the more we learn, the more werealize that there's more vie need 10 know

4. we learn more as vie grovi old

5. ignorance is a lifelong experience

go. Naga wang rna bago ng mga kasal ukuyang a witi nang karnalayan ng Pilipino upang kantahin ang sarili niyang mga awit sa ranging wika ng nakapagsasatinig sa kanyang kal uluwa.

Isinasaad ng ]lflngLmgusap na '

1. madamdamin at makabuluhan ang rnga awiting isi nulat sa wikang lP~li"ino

2. tagumpay ang mga awning Pilipino na mabago ang ka ugalian ng mga tao lPili pi no

3. madaling mauuuhan ang mga awiting Pilipino dahil ang mga ito ay nas usulat sa kauuubong wika

4. natututuhan nang tangkilikin ng mga lPllipino ang kanilang mga saril ing awitin

5. nagkakaroon na ng kamalayan ang mga Pili pino umgkol sa lahar ng mga a witi n ngayon

IDTRECTTON: Determine the relationship of the first word 10 the second word in capital leuers. "rorn arnong the suggested answers, choose the word or group of words that best expresses a similar relations hip to the third word in capital leiters. On .:r·oLn Answer Sheet, shade completely the box that corresponds 10 your answer.

81. KAINGIN is 1.0 SOIL ER.oS~ON as CONTOUlt J-iARJvUNG is to

----__.:

1. water distribution 4. over pasturi ng

2. wind erosion

5. soil. preservation

3. crop growing

112. IRRlEbUTABLIE is In DIS PROVnD as IRRnlPARABlE is 10 ____:

1. resto red 4. inevitable

2. irremediable 5. insoluble

3. possible

83. FOH.E is 10 A FT as BO W is 10

82 .. IR.ltErUTABI~E is to DIS PROVED as I RREIPAltABlE is 10

----__.:

1. restored 4. inevitable

2. irremediable 5. insoluble

3. possible

113. tUllE is 10 A Fl.· as BOW is In _'

1. paddle 2. deck

3. boat

5. stem

84. IPHO'TOGRAPHnR is 10 F'lCrUH.E as CAR.TOGR.APHER is 10 --'

1. plan

4. cartoon

2. design 5. map

3. graph

85. 11RADE is 10 ABUSIVEas EULOGY is 10 __.:

1. 121 udato ry 1. plan

4. cartoon

2. [lowe ry 2. design 5. rna I'

3. necrology 3. graph

115. 11RADn is to ABUS I VE as nULOGY is to

----__.:

1. laudatory 4. beliuling

2. [lowery 5. censure

3. necrology

86.

IPHlJURY is 1.0 LIE as LA.RCENY is 1.0 .

1. GO nspi re 2. k i~ 1

4. injure 5. trespass

3. steal

R7. OPTICS is to PHYS ICS as DIALECTICS is 10

-----

1. dialogue 4. grammar 4. injure

2. mathematics 5. logic

5. trespass

3. diction

87. OPTICS is 10 PHYSICS as D.IALECTICS is 10 _

1. dialogue 4. grammar

2. mathematics 5. logic

3. diction

88. RUMMAGEis to DISOIWEIZasTIENDE1UOO"]· is 10 ____:

1. rookie 4. veteran

2. expert

5. old-timer

3. student

;;9. COMPASS is 10 DIRECT~ON as CAUPER is to _

3. diameter

1. speed 4. altitude

2. pitch

5. volume

90. BREWING is 10 BEER as TANNING is 10 .

1. rubber 4. glass

2. colton 5~ leather

3. lea

'lllII"H!:CTION: l-or each sentence, complete the analogy by choosing a pair of words from the suggested answers. On your Answer Sheet, shade completely the box that corresponds 1.0 )'our aI1SINem.

91.

____ is to METAMORlPHOS~S as CATHARSIS is 10 .

1 . condi rio n-chapte r 4.process-slage

2~ comparison-effect 5. ehange-p urif cation

3. s tate-ca use

92.

_____ is 10 SWORD as HOLSTER. is 10 _:

1. blade-spin 4. sheath-shot

3. dud-bolo

2. scabbard-pistol 5. hilt-rill e

93.

is. 10 SCHOOL as STAR is 10

----- ----~

I. student-rock 4. bird-tree

2. principal-dancer 5~ thesis-player

3. [ish-constellation

94.

is to LATE as AUTHENTLC is 10

---- ---~

1. punctual-counterfeit 4. absent-false

3. diligeru-original

2. prompt-gen ui ne 5. early-real

94.

is 10 LATE as AUTHC;:NTIC is to

---- ---~

1. punctual-counrerfeit 2. prompt-genuine

4. absent-false 5. early-real

3. diligent-original

95. is 10 PAlPnR as

WORM is to .

2~ tree-s il k

5. ink-soil

3. pri nt- bail

1. wrap-wriggle 4. sap-lick

95. is 10 PAlPnR as

WORM is to

-----

2. tree-s il k

5. ink-soil

3. print-bait

1. wrap-wriggle 4. sap-lick

IDTRE(~TTON: Analyze carefully the statements in each or rhe following items. Choose the correct answer Irom the given choices. On your Answer Sheet, shade eompletely the box that corresponds 10 your answer.

IDTRECTTON: Analyze carefully the statements in each of rhe Io llowing items. Choose the correct answer Irom the given choices. On yOLir Answer Sheet, shade completely the box that corresponds 10 your answer.

A to Fo!61.re persons compared accordi ng 10 their age and the speed at which they fi nish a

certain job. A is older than B and faster than C. D is younger than E, older than H, and slower than ~~ G is older than H, younger than C, slower than H, and faster than r'. H is older than A and S lower than C. Based on the preceding statements, which of the following is true?

t-\ IU rll~m e j J<::.t::iUl II> l;UJUl~J<l1 O::U ,R;t;U~ III ulg IU IU.I.t:JU <Igo:: <IUICIIUIt: 1>~'t:t:lI <II \·V u n.u 11I<::y ~ I ]JJI>JI <I

certain job. A is older than B and faster than C. D is younger than G, older than H, and slower than 1<. G is older than H, younger than C, slower than H, and faster than f< H is older than A and S lower than C. Based on the preced ing statements, which of the following is true?

I. A is the second oldest and the third fastest.

2. G is older than E and Slower than A

3. C is younger than D and fastest than H.

I. Only Anna

2. Only Karen

3. Only Nina

4. D is the eldest and. slowest

S. H is the older than Band slower than D

4. D is the eldest and slowest

5. H is the older than Band slower than D

97. !'oint E, l-, G, I are arranged in a line in such a way that F is between G and I, and IE is between F and L If E'proceeds G, in what order are they arranged?

l , IE ~ G 1 2. IE ~ G F 3. FIG IE

4. ~ G F G

5. ~ G f G

97. !'oint E, l-, G, I are arranged in a line in such a way that F is between G and I, and IE is between F and L If E'proceeds G, in what order are they arranged?

l , IE ~ G 1 2. IE ~ G F 3. FIG IE

4. ~ G F G

5. ~ G f G

98. In a cerrai n examination, 300 competitors passed the fi rst part and sao passed the second part. The nurn ber of competitors who passed both parts or the examination will most Ii kely be

98. ~n a certain examination, 300 competitors passed the first part and 500 passed the second part The number of competitors who passed both parts or the examination will most likely be

1. 800 2. between 500 and 600 3. between 400and 500

4. between 300 and 400 S. not more than 300

99. Anna, Karen and Nl na take turns in geuing the midnight shif't at Ward 1 43 such that no one is assigned two nights in a row. Anna was assigned two nights ago and is assigned agai n tomorrow (f.[iKn:D.rrgl is assigned the night immediatel y following Anna \'s duty, who can take

tonight's midnight shift?

assigned two nights in a row. Anna was assigned two nights ago and is assigned agai n tomorrow (f.[illJrirrg! is assigned the night irnmed iatel y following Anna \'s duty, who can take

tonight's midnight shi It?

I. Only Anna

2. Only Karen

3. Only Nina

.i II ~ ~ .i 1 __ ._ .i, __ . _ _ _ __ n..r ._

c- II ~~ .i 1. _ __ .i, __ . _ _ _ __ ill. I ~ . __

"I.JC,~ trier .t\.nna or 1\..<1 re n

~.JC,~ mer .t\.nna o r l" ma

I. Amy Mendez 4. Bing Reyes

2. Ce~ Perez 5. M ina Pe rez

3. Cel Flores

M ihftj1Bing, Amy, and Cel have surnames l-olres, Mendez, Presez and Reyex but not

respectively. Mina is taller than Amy and CeL Ms. Mendez is tallest of the four. Ms. rimes is taller than Ms. Reyes but shorter than Ms. Perez. Also, Cel is taller than Amy and Bing. What is the full name of the second tallest person?

DIRECTIONS: Each item in this Section consists of a statement or a passage followed by several assumptions. Determine the best assumption that can be logically made Fro m the given statement o~~ passage. On your Answer Sheet, shade completely the box that corresponds to your answer.

l Ol , Gigi is pro babl y a pianist S he can rea~ ly stretchher hands and ringers.

ASS Ui'vIPTION:

1. Only people with big hands and long fingers can be pianists.

2. Playing the piano helps Gigi stretch her hands and fingers.

3. Stretching hell's pianist perform better

4. A long stretch enables pianists to reach more keys on the piano

5. Pianists can really stretch their hands and ringers

102. Arlene should not be pan ofthe basketball team beea use she does not trust her teammates.

ASS UMP'TION:

1. The Basketball team needs Arlene even if she can has no faith in them

2. Team mates should have faith ineach other

3. Arlene' s team mates are not trustworthy

4. Arlene's team mates do not ha ve fai th iii the tea ms

5. Arlene is beuer than her team mates

103 .. If you are so smart, then why aren't you rich?

ASS UMVTION:

1. To become rich is dlfflculr

2. Only the rich are smart

3. Only the smart Me rich

4. All rich people are smart

5. All smart people are rich

I 04. ~n order 10 improve our admission process and gel. beuer students, we have decided 10 include an interview of the applicants as a criterion.

ASS UMPTION:

l . Current admission procedures Me greatly inadequate

2. current admission criteria need 1.0 be updated

3. An interview of the applicants will help draw better students

4. An interview or the applicants will be too rime consuming

5. An interview of the applicants will ensure the students success in school

ASS Ui'vlPTION:

1_ The present ad ministratio n hates rich people

2.Aling Rosie asked the present administration to help her 3~ Squauer dwellers pretended to be poor

4. Sq uauer dwellers compete with poor people for the present administration' s attention

5. Squauer dwellers are considered poor people

105_ The present admi nistration helps poor people aeq uire basic necessities for l ivi ng that is why it helps q uarter dwellers like Aling Rosie

III TrE·eTION: Each item in this section consists of statements followed by several possible concl usions. Assume that all. sratements are true, then determine the best concl LIS ion that can be logical Iy made Irom the given statements. On yo ur Ans we r Sheet, shade completely the box that corresponds to your answer.

106. Artists are never ham-handed. AU artists are inq uis itive, [Peter is not ham-handed, lilorenc:e isnot inq uisitive,

CONCLUS ~ON:

1_ Peter is an artist

2_ Peter is not an artist

3_ Florence is not an artists

4. Florence is not an artists

5. Inquisitive people are not ham-handed

107. Subscribing 10 Cable T.V. is a luxury, AU luxuries are needles expenditures. Having a cellular phone is not a I LlX ury, Dining in a liive-S tar hotel is a needless expenditure

CONCLUS ~ON:

1. Having a cell ular phone is not a need less ex pendi ture

2. S ubscri bing to Cable 1V is a needless expenditure

3~ S ubscri bing to cable TV is not a needless expenditure 4. Dining in a l+ive-Star hotel is not a luxury

5_ Dining in a Five-S tar ho te ~ is a lux ury

1 OK Some managers are no I. analytical, All managers are ruthless. Vicente is Rutlll.ess.

CONCLUS ~ON:

1_ Vicente is a rmnager but is not analytical 2_ Vicente is analytical but is not a rnanager

3. Some ruthless managers are not analytical

4. Not all analytical managers are ruthless 5_ All ruthless people are analytical

109. AU of my friends believe in marriage. Geraldine is a new friend. She lives with an officemate in an apartment downtown.

CONCLUS ~ON:

1_ Her housemate is most likely a good friend 2. She is living-in with her boyfriend

3_ S he needs a companion in the cTI t Y

4_ Geramme lJei reves III marriage 5_ Geraldine is not married yet

11 1. 31 is to 9 as 91 ~ s 10 _

1_ 18 4_ 81

2. 27 5_90

3_ 72

11 O~ There are fewer juvenile delinquents in communities where the youth participate actively in different socio-ci vic and religious cl ubs, Barangay X has a nurn bel' of youth clubs,

CONCLUS,ION:

l. Barangay X has fewer juvenile delinquents than other barangays

2_ Parents in Barangay X exert great efforts 1.0 prevent juvenile delinquency 3_ Jv1 unicipal officials encourage the organization of youth dubs

4. Community development wo rkers in Baranggay X give training in organizing youth dubs

5. All young people in Baranggay X are member of 211 least two youth cI ubs,

IrII"H!:,CTION: For each item in this section, determine the relationship between the Ii rst and the second numbers or the first and third number. horn anmng the suggested answer, choose the number that will complete the analogy.

112_ 30% is 10 3/5 as 60% is 10

-----

1 _ 1 1 /5 2. 1 ,/'

4_ 21/3 5_ 2 %

3_ 3 Yo,

113_ 0_25 is 100.125 as 1 _25 is 1.0

-----

1_ 3_25 4_ 6~29

2 _ 4.27 S~ S~26

3_ 5_23

1. 6.250 2. 2.] 25

4_ 1_[ 25 5_ OJi25

3. 1.625

114_ 12.5 is 10 1 ;g as 20 is 10

-----

1_ 116 2. ] 15

4_ 1I3 5_ Y,

3_'1,

115. 6 is 10 ] 5 as 36 is 10

-----

1.90

4. 72

2.82 5~60

3. 75

IlIfH!:,CTION: Each item section contains a series or numbers arranged according 10 a certain nile or order, Study the series and determine which number is next YOLi rnay use the margin of r1iil18:e [or yo ur computa rio ns. 0 n yo ur A ns wer S hee I, shade completely I he box I ha I

corresponds 1.0 your answer.

116_ 9_12 UU3 16_1513_189_22

117_

4

13

40

121

364

.., Tl o

4_ 997 5_ ] 093
II K 5 17 19 6 14 16 7 I 0 ] 2 R
1_ 17 2. 15 3_ 11
4_ 9 5_ 5
119_ 795 2611 6R4 2722 573 2)"\33
t 543 2. 4)\4 3_ 462
4. 446 5. --426
120. -6 30 -] 50 750
1. 3750 2. 2250 3. -1500
4_ -2250 5. -3750
121_ 113 3/9 5/1 5 7/21 9/27
t II /35 2. ] 1/33 3_ 9/29
4. R/25 5. 4!] 3
122. 4 16 R 40 20 120 60 420
t. 4RO 2. 360 3_ 240
4_ 210 5_ 140 123_ 2 5 I 0 4 17 5 26 6
1. 40 2. 3)\ 3. 37
4_ 35 5. 33
124_ _02 _06 _12 _20 30
1_ 0_36 2. _40 3_ _42
4. A6 s. _411
125_ 2 5 12_5 3L25
1. 33.75 2. 43.25 3. 50.75
4. 78.] 25 5= 82.1 25 IDT:llE·CTTON: Answer the followi.ng q uestions by 0 bservation or computation, You may use (he margins of (he page for your eomputations. On your Answer Sheet, shade completel y (he box tha I eo rres po nd S (0 yo ur a ns we r,

126. If the following q uarnities were arrange [rom the least to the greatest, which one wo uld have the second greatest value?

t. 6/12 4_ Y.

2.5/12 5_ 2!6

3_ 4/10

1. 30 4.119

2. 43 5.120

3. 70

127. The ratio of males to females in an organization is M is to F. How rnany males are there if there are T females?

1. (M x -I.') + fi 4. (M x -I.') I I:'

2. (Ii x T) + M 3. T + (I:' + J'vJ:)

5. [M ! (M+I:')] x T

12K Suppose tha I the I ime now is 9: 3 0 a. m. V'/ ha t wi II be the ti me 1 6 ho urs [rom no w?

1.12:30a.rn. 4. II :30 pm

2. 1 ~30 am 5. ] 2:30 pm

129. What number when increased by 90% of itself equals 133?

130~ lf y- -3. Whkh ofthe Jollowi ng has the greatest value?

1. ':/ 2. y3 3. lIy2.

4~ 1 + Y S~ l-y

131. Which of the Iollo wing has the least numerical value?

1. 6+3x4 2. 4+3x6 3. 4x6+3

4. 3x6+4

5.3+6x4

132. A trader bo LIght a watch and sold it. at 30% more than its original cost. How much did the trader earn if the 0 ri gina ~ COSI. of the wa tch was IP?

I. lP+ 30% 4.30% I P

2. P -30%

5. lP + (P x 30%)

3.30% x "

133. What is the standard numerical value for 3.54 x 105?

1. 0.000354 4.35,400

2.0.00354 5.354,000

3.3,3540

134. Of set S - 4/5,41/50,17/20,75% the element with the largest value is .

1.75% 4. 17/20

2.4/5

3. 41/50

s~ None, they are all. eq ual

135. What is the smallest poaitive number thai will give a remainder of3 whe n it is divided by 4, 5, or 10?

1. 63 4.33

2. 53 5.23

3.43

IDnlE,CTTON: l-or each of the problems below, choose the correct answer From the choices given. You rnay use the space at the right portion of the page for your computations. On your Answer Sheet, shade completely the box that corresponds 10 your answer.

L JII". ~ J, ....... U ..... ClJ, ...... JII,} ,J, ..... ClJJJ ....... .JJ LJ ... .JJ,~"-~ J"CLJ'""",,J, J,U., CL "-~UCL'V~\i,_,oJ. r u I, ,J!I. Il..L,V/_"-'U~,;'t 'VU U ...... ClUJJ,,;'t VU ~rcll)""',J \,'\'\i,..,u ...... l,'V lJ\w

used in printing, how rnany reams should be left in the drawer?

1.]5 4.22

2. 20 5.23

3.21

137. If a poster, which is 3 inches wide and 5 inches long, is enlarged such thai the ratio of the width 10 the length is maintained, howmany inches long wi I. I. it be if the new width is 9 inches?

1.11 4.25

2.13 5.27

3.15

13K If a worker can wash all the glass windows or a build ing in 9 days, what pari of the job can said wo rkers finish in 6 days?

1. ';;' 4.3!S

2. 113 S. 3;'

3.213

139. Ms. Cortez bought 20 blouses [or lP2, 400 and marked them 10 sell. at P145 each After selling 16 pieces at this rate, She decided to sell the remaining blouses at a lower price. At what price rnay she sell each remaining blouse and still realize a profit or P41l0 on the 20 blouses?

] P] 43 2. PI 40 3_ [)13!1
4. P] 35 5= PI 33 1.]0 4.60

2. 45 5~ 81

3.54

140_ In a morn 0 r te n peopl e, ho IN rna ny handshakes "vi 11 there be if every person s ha kes hands with everyone else exactly once?

141. TIle numerator of a fraction is 4 less than its denominator. If 3 added 10 both the numerator and the denominator the resulti ng numberis K Whal is the origi na! fraction?

1. 8_14 4~ 9/1 3

2. 911 2 s, 10/13

3_ 10/12

142_ Mang Gustin can climb a coconut tree atthe rate or 10 It. per minute and return at20 It. per minute. ~ r it took him 3 minutes to climb and return, what is the height of the coconut tree?

] _20 fL 4. ] 3 n.

2. ] g rL 5.] 0 fl.

3_15rL

143_ A fence is 10 be on posts 8 meters apart around a rectangular 101 thai meas ures 40 meters long and 16 meters wide. How many posts are needed including the ones placed at each corner, to fence the entire lot?

1_ 20 4.14

2.1g 5.12

3_ 16

144_ How many degrees are there II n the angle made by the hands of a clock at 4 0' clock?

r. 150" 4.80"

2. ]20" 5~20"

3.95"

145. The co-operative trust [und is P500,000. Part of the fund is invested at an annual interest rate of 6% and the rest is invested at an annual interest rate of !l%. ~f the i ncome Irom both investments is P39,OOO, how much is invested at each rate?

r PI 00,000 at 6%; P400,OOO 211 I!%

2. P80,OOO 211 6% ; P420,OOO 211 8%

3. P75,OOO 211 6% ; P425,000 211 8%

4. P50,000 at 6% ; P450,000 at 8%

5. P25,000 211 6% ; P475,000 211 8%

146. TIle entrance fee in a carnival is P50 for an adult and [:'25 Jor a child. ~erdie pays P225 for the entrance fee of his family, lf his family has equal number ofadults and children, how many are they in the family?

1.]2 4. 6

2. ] 0 5.4

147. TIle area of a rectangular field is 9,000 sq ua re meters, If the ratio of the width 10 the length is 5 is 10 g, what is the length of the rectangular Field in meters?

l_ 11 2

2.120

3.150

1_ 5 4. 13

2. 10 5. 15

3. 12

4.225

5.346

14K If a patient weighs 105 kg. Andis 12.5% underweight, how many more kilograms should the patient weigh?

149. A tenant gels 4 sacks of pa lay for every 7 sacks harvestedTollowing this ratio, how many sacks of palay would the tenant gel i r 560 sacks were harvested?

1. ] 40 4.320

2.280 5.350

3.300

150~ A dealer sold a certain number of portable TV sets 211. lP6,400 each The dealer wOLM have taken in as much money had 3 fewer sets been sold 211 P7 680. How many sets were sold 211 P6,400

]_ 9 4. 16

2. 12 5. 1 II

3. 14

,[Hrrn;:·CTION: The following items pertain to the Phi lippine Constiuuion, peace and human

eomrg,ljl1& R.Z. 6Tl 3 (Code of'Corduet and Ethical S tandards [or Public Officials and IEn~ph;t),hlL",)"and e nvirornnental protection.and conservation Read eachq uestion crl'llJdnll~tpse the best answer horn the givenoptions. On your Answer'S heel, shade completely the box that corresponds 10 your ans wer,

151. Elecbveppciurive public officials or empio yees cannot accept any preseru,

co mpensa lion, 0 Ifice or t i tle 0 [any kind Irom any Foreign go ve rnmeni WTI tho uuhe co nsent 0 I'

1. T1.le President

4. The Agency Head

2. The Ombudsman 5. Congress

3. 'The Ch~er.l ustice

152. \l"lhhfTItlhe following rights ens ure the well- being of the individ ual and foster

preservation, enrichment and dynamic evolution of national culture based on the principle of unity ~ n d iversity in a climate of free artistic and intel lectual expression?

1. Political rights 4. C ult ura ~ ~~ ghts

2. Civil rights 3. mherent rights

5. Economic and Social rights

153. Righi thai guarantees similar treatment 10 all persons si mila rly situated and precl udes arbitrary or unjust discri minaiion 10 secure and safeguard such riglu is called the

1. right againstdouble jeopardy

2. right 10 just compensation

3. right to equalprotection ofihe law

4. right to due process of law

5. right 10 profess one's faith or religion

154. The right 10 privacy ora person is defined as one's right to _'

]. go where one pleases

2. believe whatever one whishes

3. build a horne wherever one chooses

4. be a member of any group

5. be free from unwarranted publicity

I "" A voter is disqualified [rom exercising the right to suffrage if said voter _'

1. is i~l iterate

2. is poor

3. is a naturalized Filipino citizen

4. turned 20 years old just before the election

5. has bee na resident ofthe Philippine for less than six months

1 So. Who rnay be appointed as member of the Ca binet without needing confirmation Irom the Commission on Appoirume nts?

l . Senate [President

2. Any Senator

3. Vice-President

4. Speaker of the House

5. Any Co ngress ~Cl:eprese niari ve

157. The right of private individuals to secure for themselves the enjo yment or their means of ha ppiness such as the rig hi 10 a na rre, the right to forti'] a Iami ly, and the righ I, 10 sec urity of

personal papers and effects are called _

l , Economic and Social rights

2. Cultural Rights

3. Civil Rights

4. Inherent rights

5. Political rights

r. len 4.Hve

2~ Seven 5. Three

3. six

158. AI, least how many years after the Constiuuion has been rarified may the people propose amendments through initiative?

159. Which of the Following sectors is NOT represented in the House of Representatives through the party-l ist system

1. Religious 4. Peasant

2~ Youth 5. labor

3. women

160. Which of the following government agencies exercises original and exclusive jurisdiction over all contests relating 10 the election rei urns and the q ualifications of the President and the Vice [President

l , Supreme Court

2. Senate Electoral Tribunal

3. Judicial Bar Co uncil

4. Commission on Elections

5. Commission on Appo intrnents

161. Who among the following is responsible for determining the existence of probable cause for the issuance of a wa rra nt of a rrest or searc h warrant?

1. Lawyer

2. Prosecutor

3. Pla~nliJf

4. Judge 5. [Police Investigator

162. Which or the following statements BEST descri bes the relarionship bel ween global warming ozone depletion?

l , Global warming contributes 10 ozone depletion.

2. Global warming and ozone depletion ha ve nothing to do with each other

3. Excessive build-up of carbon dioxide ca uses both glo hal warmi ng and ozone depletion

4. Ozone depletion contributes to global warming

5. Ozone depletion and global warming are synonyms

163. Monoculi ure cropping or planting a single crop in a large area is not ad visable because it

1. requires more water

2. req uires less fertilizers 3. causes drought

4. lowers the water table

5. promotes pest infestation

164. Which of the following is the major cause or coral reef destruction?

1. Dynamite fishing

2. M uro-Ami

3. Oil s-u:

4. Sewage !1'0IILit~on

5. Siltation

165. The lasting envi ro nmemal impact or a large-scale mini ng operation comes Irom

1. air pollution

2. noise pollution

3. deforestation

4. mi ne 1'21 ~ lings

5. unrestored mined 0 Lit areas

166 . Jaywal king, throwing garbage anywhere vandalism, not wa iti ng in line, and tardiness Me manifestations of

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1. disorderliness

2. lack ofdiscipline

3_ Jack. or sense of properly

4. lack ofpunctuality

5. disregard for other people's property

167. Fishery reso urce in mari ne and coastal waters may be considered as "open access resources" beea lise of the

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1. mobile nature of fish and water

2. d i Ific Lilt y in mark ing sea bo L~ nd ari es

3. proliferation of fish pens

4. 0 ve rfish ing in m L~ nicipal wa te rs

1. 6 4. 3

2. :; 5. 2

3. 4

5. increasing demand for fish, which is rich in protein

16K Every govemmem agency is required to develop, update regularly, and make available to

the transacting public _

1. the names of action officers

2. the performance targets

3. the rates of service fees

4. a servi ce guide

5. a directory of offic~als

169. Within the provided periods of time, public officials and employees are required to file their statement or assets and liabi liries and financial disclosure in the following instances EXCEPT

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l . compulsory retirement

2. vol untary resignat ion

3. acceptance of foreign scholarship

4. assumption to office

5. expiration of the term of office

170. For expendi I.L~reS processing of documents, except otherwise provided by la \N o~~ reg ulation, how many inirials or signature must any written action or decision coruain?

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