This is the Multiple Choice Questions in Professional Education part 1 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).

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (Elementary and Secondary) Coverage

  • Teaching Profession, Social Dimensions of Education
  • Principles of Teaching, Educational Technology, Curriculum Development
  • Facilitating Learning, Child and Adolescent Development
  • Assessment of Student Learning, Developmental Reading
  • Field Study, Practice Teaching

Practice Exam Test Questions

Choose the letter of the best answer in each questions.

1. Which learning activities involve estimating, calculating, budgeting and analyzing?

A. Research

B. Literacy

C. Data gathering

D. Numeracy


Option D

2. What was the characteristic of education during the years of Hispanic colonization in the Philippines

A. Adequate

B. Religion-oriented

C. Free

D. Secular


Option B

3. Which is self-assessment?

A. Assessment through mentors

B. Assessment through dialogue

C. Peers assess fellow students

D. Student reflect on learning behavior


Option A

4. In his conduct of item analysis, Teacher Arlyn found out that more from lower group got test item #6 correctly. This means that the test item is_______________.

A. Has a negative discriminating power

B. Has a positive discriminating power

C. Has a high reliability

D. Has low validity


Option A

5.What should be the basis for assessment of learning?

A. Core values

B. Mission of the school

C. Cost of education

D. Intended/Expected outcome


Option D

6. How is Erikson’s epigenetic of unfolding of personality as it is applicable to learners best described by other experts?

A. Like a growing tree

B. Like a rose bud

C. Like a journey

D. Like casting stone on a pond


Option B

7. Along Erikson psychosocial theory, which statement is one of optimism in early age?

A. I meet an uncertain world

B. I can rely on my caregivers

C. I’m fish out of the water

D. I like my parents


Option B

8. According to their scope, what is assessment of Learning concerned about?

A. What students should learn

B. How much students are learning

C. Who are the best learners in school

D. Issues in classroom teaching


Option B

9. According to Gardner’s multiple Intelligence Theory, learners who have the natural ability and inclination for sounds, meanings, structures and sounds of language are_____.

A. Verbal-linguistic intelligence learners

B. Naturalist intelligence learners

C. Spatial intelligence learners

D. Musical intelligence learners


Option A

10. “What I hear, I forget. What I see, I remember. What I do, I understand.” This means that pupils learn best when they______________.

A. Learn independently

B. Watch television

C. Work with groups

D. Take active part in the learning process


Option D

11. What does a philosophy of education for the school agenda and those who benefit from educational work?

A. Curriculum

B. Vision

C. Values

D. Goals


Option A

12. According to functions of assessment in educational, what is known as Assessment FOR learning?

A. Student’s progress measurement

B. Guide to classroom instruction

C. Strengths identification assessment

D. Formative assessment


Option D

13.How is the content validity best assessed in the assignment to illustrate the law of supply and demand?

A. Correct definition of supply and demand.

B. Illustration of supply and demand flow.

C. Concrete instances that show demand supplying demand.

D. Diagram of supply and demand trend.


Option C

14. Which of the following principles best applies to school and community relations?

A. The schools is independent of the community

B. The community is obliged to participate in school programs

C. Community relations is part of the school program

D. Both school and community fall under local government control


Option C

15. Teacher Josie delegates some of her responsibilities to the whole class. She assigns separate student monitors for attendance, classroom cleaning, and distribution of learning materials, in which aspect is she good?

A. Instructional planning

B. Classroom teaching

C. Value development

D. Classroom management


Option D

16. What kind of sources do critical thinkers rely on for attaining truth or resolving problems?

A. Credible

B. Vested interest

C. Biased

D. choice


Option A

17. Which of the following is most exemplary for question-and-answer episodes in teaching practice? 

I. Question and answer exchange are relevant 
II. Answers have some depth 
III. Questions spur critical thinking 
IV. Focus in on meta-cognition 

A. IV only   

B. I, II and III 

C. I, II and IV

D. I, III and IV


Option B

18. What research strategy is most appropriate to compare effectiveness of practice teaching in a laboratory class inside the university in a public school setting?

A. Questionnaire

B. Naturalistic observation

C. Experimentation

D. Survey


Option C

19. A test has high reliability valid when a test -retest method gives it a co-efficient value is_______.

A. .80% or higher

B. .100%

C. No lower than .70%

D. .90% of higher


Option A

20. Along Erikson’s psychosocial theory which statement is one of autonomy in early childhood?

A. I worry that my parents will find fault in me

B. As I do things, I fell I made a mistake

C. I am apologetic about what I’ve done

D. I do things without worrying about them


Option D

21. Among thinking skills, Analysis means___________.

A. Comparing information for proper choices

B. Selecting relevant and important information

C. Breaking down complex information

D. I do things without worrying about them


Option D

22. What initiative contributes to positive learning and classroom management?

A. Constant reminder on rules

B. Effective routine and drills

C. Touch-and-go class management techniques

D. Simple review and explanation


Option B

23. In order for the students to clearly understand the structure and content of the teacher’s presentation, the teacher should have________.

A. A short preview

B. Several years of experience as a presenter

C. A short conclusion

D. A summary


Option A

24. Which of the following is the best way to stop noise caused by one student?

A. Point a finger at him or her

B. Talk to him or her personally

C. Ask him or her to go out of the room

D. Ignore him or her


Option B

25. For effective classroom management, when should a teacher undertake the task of setting up to routine activities?

A. Every homeroom day

B. On the very first day of school

C. As soon as the students have adjusted to their schedules

D. Every day at the start of the lesson


Option B

26. What materials can be used when intended materials are not available?

A. Audio-visual material

B. Supplementary materials

C. Digital materials

D. Improvised materials


Option D

27. Which set of core values should Filipino teacher possess to become a global teacher?

A. Borderless thinking and interconnectivity

B. Economic excellent and materialism

C. Inclusivity and self-preservation

D. Cultural and historical rootedness and nationalism


Option A

28. What is the purpose of pre-test?

A. To assess results

B. To apply an intervention

C. To determine entry knowledge or skills

D. To grade learners


Option C

29. Which assessment us aligned to the competency “to identify a classroom routine?”

A. What is the advantage of classroom routine?

B. Is a classroom routine necessary for class discipline?

C. Give an example of a classroom routine

D. What is meant by classroom routine?


Option C

30. Which is implied by a negatively skewed score distribution?

A. The scores are evenly distributed from left to the right

B. Most of the scores are low

C. Most of the scores are high

D. Most of the pupils are underachievers


Option C

31. When you wanted genuinely clarify and point relatives to an issue under discussion in a meeting, what should you do as a teacher?

A. Discredit the other position

B. Just keep quit to avoid opposition

C. Discuss with seatmate to get support

D. Politely request for a recognition to clarify your point


Option D

32. What is the most appropriate tagline for the slogan on cultural diversity: “Different roads sometimes lead to the same castle?”

A. Cultural diversity

B. Unity and cultural diversity

C. Cultural identity

D. Cultural norm


Option B

33. Here is a test item: “Jose Rizal was born in Calamba, Laguna in June_____, 1861.” What is WRONG in the item?

A. It is concern with trivia

B. The blank is very short

C. It is open to more than one correct answer

D. The black is near the end


Option A

34. Here is an expected lesson outcome: “At the end of the lesson, all learners must develop a positive attitude towards work.” Is this a SMART lesson outcome?

A. Partly, since this belongs to the effective domain.

B. Yes, since this is a behavioral objective.

C. No, since this in not specific and measurable.

D. Yes, since this is result oriented


Option C

35. When teachers conduct a series of evaluation to determine the extent of teaching, what must be implemented?

A. Assessed curriculum

B. Hidden curriculum

C. Learned curriculum

D. Taught curriculum


Option A

36. To teach students to be less competitive, which teaching approach should be used more?

A. Interdisciplinary

B. Collaboration

C. Integration

D. Reflection


Option B

37. What does PQF means?

A. Philippine Quality Framework

B. Philippine Qualifications Frame

C. Philippine Qualifications Framework

D. hilippine Quality Frame


Option C

38. Which thought activity or cognitive ability is tested in the essay question: “A Listing of Ways to Tackle Noise Pollution”

A. Inferring

B. Creating

C. Generalizing

D. Classifying


Option B

39. For selectivity in the learning process, the Novice Learner attempts to process______ they receive in instruction.

A. Selected information

B. Manageable information

C. Important information

D. All information


Option D

40. Teacher Simone claims she cares for students. Which is/are a manifestation of genuine care? 

I. Knows students 
II. Creates a favorable learnings atmosphere 
III. Maintains professional distance with students

A. I   and   III

B. I,   II, and  III

C. II   and   III

D. I     and  II


Option D

41. The 4 pillars of learning correspond to the 3 domains of teaching-cognitive, psychomotor, and effective, Is this statement TRUE?

A. Perhaps

B. No

C. Depends on teacher

D. Yes


Option D

42. Which of the following is true of a case study?

A. It requires data from others events

B. It is always reliable and dependable

C. It applies specifically to a population

D. It is applicable to the universal population


Option C

43. The result of assessment must be provided the soonest possible time to____________.

A. Parents

B. Principal

C. Registrar

D. Students


Option C

44. Which of the following is NOT a function of scientific research?

A. To test assumption

B. To determine cause-and-effect

C. To test hypothesis

D. To rely on controlled methods


Option D

45. Among thinking strategies, comprehension Monitoring is the ability_______.

A. To check progress

B. To make appropriate choices

C. To be relaxed yet alert

D. To synthesize new information


Option A

46. Which assessment tool will you use so that performance results can be highly measurable?

A. Tests and quizzes

B. Essay requirements

C. Journal writing

D. Demonstration of skills


Option D

47. Among major schools of learning theories, which consider how the individual perceives the learning environment or situation?

A. Field and Gestalt theories

B. Social theories

C. Cognitive theories

D. Behavioral theories


Option A

48. In introducing a new lesson, what is important to consider by way of lesson continuity.

A. Introduce new lesson

B. Prepare new audio visuals

C. Have a pre-test for new lesson

D. Relate new ideas to past lesson


Option D

49. Teacher Mila sees to it that her classroom is clean and orderly so her pupils will less likely disarrange seats ang litter on the floor. On which thought is her action based?

A. Progressivism

B. Behaviorism

C. Existentialism

D. Reconstructionism


Option B

50. What is the right attitude of a modern teacher towards the varied philosophies in the human history of ideas?

A. Adopt elements of philosophies that conform to the school’s and country’s educational system

B. Reject past philosophies for current philosophical thoughts.

C. Adopt all philosophical systems as good.

D. Adopt new philosophies and leave the old aside.


Option A