This is the Multiple Choice Questions in General Education as one coverage of Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET). The exam is divided into two classifications. First is the elementary level exam which covers topics from General Education (GenEd) 40% and Professional Education (ProfEd) 60%. Secondly is the secondary level which covers GenEd 20%, ProfEd 40% and area of specialization 40%. I assume you are looking for a reviewer that will help you achieve your goal to become a professional License teacher very soon. Yes, you are in the right place to make your dream come true. Make sure to familiarize each and every questions to increase the chance of passing the Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET).

GENERAL  EDUCATION (Elementary and Secondary) Coverage

  • English (Study and Thinking Skills, Writing in the Discipline, Speech and Oral Communication, Philippine Literature, Master Works of the World)
  • Filipino (Komunikasyon sa Akademikonh Filipino, Pagbasa at Pagsulat tungo sa Pananaliksik, Masining na Pagpapahayag)
  • Mathematics (Fundamentals of Math, Plane Geometry, elementary Algebra, Statistics and Probability)
  • Science (Biological Science - General Biology, Physical Science-with Earth Science)
  • Social Sciences (Philippine Government and New Constitution with Human Rights, Philippine History, Basic Economics, Taxation, Agrarian Reform, Society, Culture with Family Planning, Rizal and other heroes, Philosophy of Man, Arts, General Psychology, Information and Communication Technology)

Practice Exam Test Questions

Choose the letter of the best answer in each questions.

1. "Kapwa" is one of the constructs in Filipino psychology according to Enriquez (1992) where it exemplifies "tayo-tayo" mentality and where camaraderie and togetherness are a part of shared identity. Which from the following Filipino traits of "pakikipagkapwa" is NOT included?

A. Pakikisama

B. Pakikitungo

C. Pakikibago

D. none among the choices


Option D

2. The congress of the Philippines is the National legislature that is bicameral in nature. Its known characteristics are as follows. EXCEPT ONE

A. The Senate is composed of 24 senators in which half are elected every six years.

B. The House of Representatives do not represent sectoral groups

C. The Senators do not represent any geographical district

D. There are more than 250 House of Representative members


Option B

3. This refers to an art produced at the present period of time that reflects the current by utilizing classical techniques in drawing, painting and sculpting

A. Contemporary-Modern Art

B. Contemporary-Traditional Art

C. Contemporary-Antique Art

D. Contemporary-Classical Art


Option D

4. Confucianism was officially adopted and given exclusive patronage by Emperor Wu. Of which dynasty was the reign of Emperor Wu?

A. Sung

B. Han

C. Chin

D. Ming


Option B

5. Rizal had his words for the revolution: "Reforms to be beneficial, must come from above, and those which come from below are irregularly Gained and uncertain" Rizal is model of :

A. Non-violence

B. Rebellion

C. Armed struggle

D. Filibusterism


Option A

6. There were three movements that shaped the history of Asia. Islamicization (the spread of Islam) Indianization (the spread of Hinduism and Buddhism and Christianization(the spread of Christianity)) which only country was Christianized?

A. Singapore

B. The Philippines

C. Taiwan

D. Korea


Option B

7. This settlement policy was meant to centralized the Filipino community where churches, convents plaze complexes were clustered. By this, the Spaniards could apparently monitor the movement, Filipinos-preventing thus protests and for efficient collection of taxes.

A. Encomienda

B. Hacienda

C. Bandala

D. Reduccion


Option D

8. Father Pedro Palaez fought for the secularization of the Filipino clergy and for such, he was known as the:

A. Father of Philippine Secularization

B. Father of Philippine Revolution

C. Godfather of the Philippine Revolution

D. Father of Philippine Independent Church


Option C

9. He was born 551 Bc and he greatly influence his followers to adhere to personal and government morality, contractness of social relationship, justice and sincerity

A. Confucius

B. Lao Tzu

C. Siddharta Gautame

D. Muhammad


Option A

10. What are the three branches of the Philippine government


B. Senate, House of Representative, Supreme court

C. President, Vice-President, Chief Justice

D. Executive, Legislative, Judiciary


Option D

11. What does it take to have a strong self-efficacy?

A. Treat challenging problems as tasks to be mastered

B. Avoid challenging tasks

C. Let setbacks linger and remain in the consciousness

D. Never take interest on activities to be participated


Option A

12. This economic system encourages private ownership, free enterprise, capital accumulation with labor and competitive markets.

A. Socialism

B. Utilitarianism

C. Communism

D. Capitalism


Option D

13. How is the power of Eminent Domain exercised?

A. Taking of private property or rights by the government for just compensation when it is for public purpose

B. The state could take or authorize the taking of private property for public use without the owner's consent, conditioned upon payment of just compensation

C. The state could impose compulsory levies on individuals or entities

D. All of the choices


Option A

14. Who may file for community tax in the Philippines?

A. Only persons who have income tax return

B. All Filipino citizens (including newborn)

C. Only senior citizens

D. Every Filipino who is at least 18 years of age and have working 30 consecutives days


Option D

15. Who leads in a matriarchal community?

A. Mother

B. Oldest daughter

C. Aunt

D. Grandmother


Option A

16. Which philosophy believes in harmony with nature and we should live with balance and virtue

A. Taoism

B. Confucianism

C. Buddhism

D. Sikhism


Option A

17. Of the following statement listed below, which is a part of scientific method that will provide information to support predictions?

A. Perform experiment with a controlled set up

B. Refer to internet for the possible answer

C. Formulate scientific guess

D. Interview resource persons in order to collect possible data


Option A

18. Which of the following is used in classifying plants based on phylogenetics?

A. Chemical Composition

B. Structural Similarities

C. Physiological Traits

D. Evolutionary Sequence


Option D

19. The Father of Modern Taxonomy and responsible for classifying man as Homo sapiens is

A. Aristotle

B. Gregor Mendel

C. Carl Linnaeus

D. Charles Darwin


Option C

20. The thin structure used by amoeba for its movement, changing its shape and food getting is called

A. Myosin Filaments

B. Mono Filaments

C. Pseudo Filaments

D. Micro Filaments


Option C

21. What do you think will happen when a plant cell is placed in hypotonic solution?

A. The plant cell will shrink

B. The plant cell will swell

C. The plant cell will rupture

D. The plant cell will remain as is


Option B

22. The openings underneath the leaves that serve as the breathing organ of the plants are called.

A. Cells

B. Stomata

C. Nucleus

D. Xylem


Option B

23. Plants capture energy from the sunlight by means of a molecule known as

A. chlorophyll

B. Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)

C. Oxygen

D. Nitrates


Option A

24. In order to determine the cause of an infectious disease, a diagnostic test that allow microorganisms to multiply in a medium is performed in a controlled laboratory condition. This test is called

A. Complete Blood Count (CBC)

B. Urinalysis

C. Microbial Culture

D. Magnetic Resonance imaging (MRI)


Option C

25. Secretes insulin that aids in the regulation of sugar in the body?

A. Kidney

B. Liver

C. Pancreas

D. Thyroid


Option c

26. Who was this English naturalist who hypothesized that evolution resulted from natural selection?

A. Gregor Mendel

B. Charles Darwin

C. Carl Linnaeus

D. Stevens


Option B

27. Which statement is correct about dominant genes?

A. Will not be expressed if heterozygous

B. Are aggressive and expresses the more beneficial traits

C. Prevent the expression of another gene in the same locus

D. Should not be paired with recessive gene in order to be expressed


Option B

28. A virus has a protein shall called

A. Capsid

B. Nucleus

C. Nucleic acid

D. Gene


Option A

29. What do you call a marine mammal that has a long ivory tusks and well adapted in the tundra biome?

A. Whale

B. Elephant

C. Walrus

D. Polar Bear


Option C

30. The term used in showing the feeding connections among all the living things is called.

A. Energy Pyramid

B. Nutrition Cycle

C. Food Web

D. Water Cycle


Option C

31. Organisms, like ants, behave under specific environmental conditions, such as storing food during summer defending themselves by stinging enemies or even invading other ant colonies. The term used to describe this behavior of the organisms is called

A. Ecological Defeat

B. Ecological Habitat

C. Ecological Succession

D. Ecological Niche


Option D

32. The major concern about global warming arises from the increased concentration of

A. Greenhouse Gasses

B. Suspended Particulates

C. Acid Rain

D. Sulfur Oxides


Option A

33. What particular marine organism becomes poisonous for human consumption after being affected by the red tide phenomenon?

A. Algae

B. Arthropod

C. Mollusk

D. Dino Flagellate


Option C

34. Social and environment injustices are interconnected, as exemplified by which of the following activities?

A. Temperature warming and rise of sea level due to continuous industrialization

B. Toxic waste from industrialization countries are disposed to pooper countries

C. Extinction of rare animal species due to illegal hunt of hunters from developed countries

D. Desertification of third countries by the developed countries


Option B

35. An ecosystem that suffered ecological imbalance can recover naturally through

A. Ecological succession

B. Ecological evolution

C. Ecological balance

D. Ecological Niche


Option A

36. A simple hypothetical ecosystem consists of the following: worms, which are the primary consumers, feed on the cabbage, the producers. The small passerine birds, feeding on the worms are the secondary consumers and the lion acts as the tertiary consumer. A farmer arrives and sprays pesticides, killing all the caterpillars. What will happen to the organisms in the ecosystem?

A. The lion will die

B. The passerine acid will thrive

C. The cabbage will wilt and die

D. The worms will still reproduce


Option A

37. A razor blade can float on the surface of water because of

A. Surface tension

B. Capillarity

C. Buoyant force

D. Liquid pressure


Option A

38. Of the energy sources listed below, which one is considered as the most abundant but still not fully developed?

A. Oil

B. Sun

C. Wind

D. Coal


Option B

39. Which of the following statements is true?

A. Light travel fastest in a vacuum while sound travels fastest in solid

B. Light travels fastest in solid while sound travel fastest in liquid

C. Both light and sound travel fastest in a vacuum

D. Both light and sound travel fastest in solid


Option A

40. A mirage is sometimes experienced by a driver while traveling along the highway during hot summer day. The effect of this phenomenon has something to do with

A. Zinc Composition

B. Asphalt Seal

C. Carbon Coating

D. Electrolyte


Option B

41. Perfumes and artificial flavors contain organic compounds called

A. Esters

B. Ethers

C. Acids

D. Alcohol


Option A

42. An atom of chlorine has an atomic number of 17 and mass number of 35. How many electrons are there in this atom?

A. 1

B. 17

C. 18

D. 35


Option B

43. The chemical equation. AB + energy à A+B is an example of

A. Exothermic decomposition

B. Exothermic synthesis

C. Endothermic decomposition

D. Endothermic synthesis


Option C

44. Of the following substances, which one is an alkaloid?

A. Bakelite

B. Nicotine

C. Aspirin

D. Eucalyptus


Option B

45. How many phases does the moon pass during one complete revolution around the earth?

A. 3

B. 4

C. 6

D. 8


Option D

46. What term is given to the surface of the earth between the tropic of cancer and the equator?

A. Longitude

B. Meridian

C. Zone

D. Solstice


Option C

47. Father of English Essay.

A. Francis Bacon

B. William James

C. Alexander Dumas

D. Edgar Allan Poe


Option A

48. The normal lifespan of a red blood cell.

A. 60 days

B. 60 days

C. 24 hours

D. 100 days


Option D

49. In his despair, Judas _____ himself.

A. hunged

B. hanged

C. hang

D. hung


Option B

50. Dahilan kung bakit naging masigla ang pagsulat ng mga Pilipino sa magasing "Liwayway" nuong panahon ng Hapon.

A. may mga naglakas-loob magsulat

B. walang takot sa mga Hapon

C. malaya silang sumulat

D. nabigyan ng pagpapahalaga ang sariling wika


Option D