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 of the following laws strengthens teacher education in the Philippines through the establishment of centers of excellence?

A. RA 7722

B. RA 7784

C. RA 7796

D. RA 7834


Option B

2. What does free public secondary educational under the law mean?

A. Right of every student to enter public secondary schools

B. Free from being screened to enter pubic secondary schools

C. Free from payment of school fees identifies and authorized by law

D. Free from payment of tuition and other fees for students enrolled in public secondary schools


Option D

3. Teacher D is assigned in a rural area; Teacher E in a depressed community; Teacher F in a hazardous area; and Teacher G in a place where standard of living is high. Who is entitled to a hardship allowance?

A. Teacher D

B. Teacher E

C. Teacher F

D. Teacher G


Option C

354. Teacher H contracted an illness that required rest for more than one year. Which leave should she apply for?

A. Sick leave

B. Personal leave

C. Vacation leave

D. Indefinite leave


Option D

5. A school personnel can avail of free legal service under certain circumstances. Principal I was accused of maligning her neighbor. Is Principal I entitled to the said service?

A. Yes, she should defend herself.

B. Yes, she should defend herself.

C. No, it might bring some disagreements in school

D. No, the case is not related to her professional duties


Option D

6. Teacher J discusses conflicts between warring groups in Mindanao. Which pillar should he stress more?

A. Learning to be

B. Learning to live together

C. Learning to do

D. Learning to know


Option B

7. Teacher K teaches in a public school in her locality. Due to teacher shortage, her classroom teaching starts from 6 am and ends at 3 pm. Is the assignment given her just?

A. Yes, the situation demands that she render longer teaching hours.

B. Yes, as long as she signs a conform letter to that effect.

C. No, rendering longer teaching hours would make the teacher tired and exhausted.

D. No, Magna Carta for Public School Teachers states that in the exigencies of service, any teacher may be required to render more than six hours and not more than eight hours of actual classroom teaching a day.


Option D

8. Teacher L, a graduate of BSEd with majorship in Mathematics teaches in a national high school in her province. Since she has been rated outstanding in her performance, can she be exempted from taking the LET?

A. Yes, that is a privilege that must be given to teachers whose performance is outstanding.

B. Yes, if approved by PRC.

C. No, RA 7836 states that no person shall practice or offer to practice the teaching profession in the Philippines or be appointed as teacher to any position calling for a teaching position without having previously obtained a valid certificate and a valid license from the Commission.

D. No, professional license is required of all teachers regardless of age and teaching performance.


Option C

9. Which of the following statements is NOT true about the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers?

A. The teacher must select which information to keep confidential

B. The teacher must demonstrate full commitment and devotion to duty

C. The teacher must manifest pride in the nobility of the teaching profession

D. The teacher must make no prejudice or discrimination against any learner


Option A

10. Which of the following could be the reason for the teacher's suspension from the practice of the teaching profession?

A. 360. Which of the following could be the reason for the teacher's suspension from the practice of the teaching profession?

B. Observing proper procedures in obtaining a certificate of registration

C. Faithfulness to the code of ethical and professional standards for professional teachers

D. Willingness to attend seminars, workshops, conferences and the like or the continuing education program prescribed by the Board and the Commission.


Option A

11. Ms. Sanchez, a BSE graduate, has not passed the LET yet. On what capacity can she be hired?

A. Permanent status

B. Emergency status

C. Provisional for not less six months

D. Provisional for not less than one year


Option D

12. Teacher M suffers from hypertension and experiences difficulty in speech. Which would be affected if he continues teaching?

A. Personality

B. Punctuality

C. Effectiveness

D. Devotion to duty


Option C

13. Teacher N wants to continue with her study leave for another six months after completing a school year. Could she be allowed?

A. Yes, if her grades are excellent.

B. Yes, but without compensation.

C. No, other teachers should have the chance.

D. No, study leave should not exceed one year.


Option B

14. Teacher O tutors her students, who have difficulty coping with Math, after class hours. Is her act ethical?

A. Yes, provided she receives jut compensation.

B. Yes, provided she does not require a fee from the parent.

C. No, that is unfair to other students.

D. No, she should be free after her official time.


Option B

15. Teacher P, the English coordinator, was assisted by Teacher Q throughout the celebration of English Week. What could Teacher P do to acknowledge Teacher Q's assistance?

A. Buy her a gift

B. Keep quiet about the assistance received.

C. Mention formally to the principal the assistance received.

D. Make an announcement giving due recognition of the assistance received.


Option D

16. Is holding a rally to protest the delay of benefits due a person ethically acceptable?

A. Yes, when hold while on official time.

B. Yes, when hold outside the official time.

C. Yes, when hold with approval of the principal.

D. Yes, when hold together with parents and students.


Option B

17. What should a teacher do when he/she falls in love with his/her student?

A. Court the student at home.

B. Propose and marry the student.

C. Wait till the student is no longer under his/her tutelage.

D. Act normally as if nothing happens and the student does not exist.


Option C

18. When a Principal starts to exercise his/her powers over making and promoting students, is his/her action acceptable?

A. Yes, when the teacher cannot make decision on time.

B. Yes, when there is abuse of judgment on the part of the teacher.

C. No, teachers are more knowledgeable of their student's performance.

D. No, grading and promoting students are exclusive functions of teachers.


Option B

19. Teacher R was asked by her principal to teach pre-school class in addition to her regular grade one class. What will be the basis for her additional compensation?

A. Her basic salary

B. Performance rating

C. Providing public information of their policies and procedures

D. Encouraging appreciation of government agencies


Option D

20. Which of the following shows responsiveness of public officials and employees?

A. Avoiding wastage in public funds

B. Formulating rules and policies regarding work

C. Providing public information of their policies and procedures

D. Encouraging appreciation of government services


Option C

21. Teacher S, a Science teacher has been accused of sexual harassment by one of her students. What should the school principal do?

A. Ask the teacher to surrender to the police.

B. Tell the teacher to stop reporting to school.

C. Advice the teacher to transfer to other school.

D. Create a committee to investigate the accusation.


Option D

22. Teacher T receives a love letter from one of her third year high school students in English. What should Mr. Martin do?

A. Read her letter to the class.

B. Let the student express her feelings through letters.

C. Return the letter to the student and tell her not to do it again.

D. Surrender the letter to the parent of the student.


Option C

23. Mr. Nico, a Social Science teacher is advocating reforms which the principal failed to recognize. What should the principal do?

A. Subject Mr. Nico to a disciplinary measure.

B. Just keep quiet about the behavior of Mr. Nico

C. Call Mr. Nico to the office and clarify things out with him.

D. Send Mr. Nico a memo requiring him to explain his behavior.


Option C

24. Which of the following manifests "Commitment to democracy" as explained in RA 6713?

A. Maintaining the principle of accountability.

B. Committing to democratic values and ways of life.

C. Manifesting by deeds the supremacy of civilian authority over the military.

D. All of the above


Option D

25. Teacher U was ordered by her principal to come to school on four consecutive Saturdays for the training of students' editorial staff of their school paper. Is this allowed under RA 4670?

A. Yes, provided the teacher is compensated.

B. No, because it's not within the regular functions of the classroom teacher.

C. Yes, because it‘s part of the teacher's other duties

D. No, because it's not clearly indicated in the law


Option C

26. Dr. Velasco, a schools' division superintendent acted on the complaint filed by a group of parents against the alleged misconduct of a particular teacher. She issued a memorandum requiring her to take a leave of absence for a week while the complaint is being heard yet. Was the action of the superintendent legal?

A. Yes, because she is the superintendent.

B. No, because the complaint has not been heard yet.

C. Yes, the superintendent has disciplinary authority over teachers.

D. No, the superintendent has no disciplinary authority over teachers.


Option C

27. A school's academic coordinator has been found to have engaged in gambling which has caused him to be absent most of the time. Can his certificate of registration as a teacher be revoked?

A. No, unless he's proven guilty.

B. No, because he's protected by his rights as a teacher.

C. Yes, because he's incompetent.

D. Yes, because habitual gambling is a dishonorable conduct and is against the practice of teaching.


Option D

28. Mr. Santos is a holder of a valid certificate of eligibility as a teacher issued by the Civil Service Commissioner and the then DECS, while Mr. Cruz is a registered professional. Who is allowed to practice the teaching profession in the Philippines?

A. Mr. Santos, because of his CSC eligibility certificate

B. Mr. Cruz, because their credentials are both recognized by law.

C. Both of them, because their credentials are both recognized by law.

D. Neither of the two because they did not take and pass the LET.


Option C

29. What is RA 6713 also called?

A. Ethical Standards for public Employees

B. Code of Ethical Standards for Government Officials and Employees

C. Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees

D. Code of Ethical Standards and Conduct of Government Officials and Employees


Option C

30. Teacher V, a BEED graduate is preparing for the LET. Which of the following should she focus her attention more?

A. General Education

B. Specialization

C. Professional Education

D. General Education and Professional Education


Option D

31. What norm of conduct is manifested by being loyal to the republic and to the Filipino people?

A. Professionalism

B. Nationalism and Patriotism

C. Responsiveness to the public

D. Honesty


Option B

32. Mr. Salazar, a school superintendent, filed his statement of assets and liabilities upon assuming to office. Under what ethical standard does this practice fall?

A. Divestment

B. Prohibited Acts and Transactions

C. Statement of Assets and Liabilities

D. System of Incentives


Option C

33. Principal B acted on the letter of complaint received by his office 30 days after saying he was preoccupied by more important things the past days. Is his reason acceptable?

A. Yes, because he has to prioritize things.

B. No, RA 6713 states that public officials and employees must act promptly on letters and requests within 15 working days from receipt thereof.

C. Yes, because the letter of complaint can wait and is of no urgency.

D. No, the reason is simple unacceptable.


Option B

34. Which of the following is NOT in the norms of conduct under RA 6713?

A. Professionalism

B. Justness and sincerity

C. Commitment to public interest

D. Responsiveness to the private


Option D

35. Which of the following is true about the teacher as a person under the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers?

A. Live with dignity at all times wherever he/she is

B. Serve as a model worthy of emulation

C. Place premium upon self-respect and self-discipline

D. All of the above.


Option D

36. Which of the following conditions manifests trend of globalization?

A. Establishment of stronger boundaries between and among nations.

B. Increased awareness on the importance of national cultures and traditions.

C. Less and less impact of human activity on the planet earth.

D. The incorporation of local and national economies into a worldwide global economy.


Option D

37. According to the Delors report, there are a number of main tensions central to the problems of the twenty first century that we need to overcome. One of them is the challenge to an individual how he or she can adapt to the changing world without forgetting or turning his/her back from the past. What kind of tension or conflict is manifested in this situation?

A. Tension between tradition and modernity

B. Tension between the global and the local

C. Tension between the universal and the individual

D. Tension between long term and short term considerations


Option B

38. Which of the following features represents the new paradigm shift in education?

A. Traditional pedagogies

B. Lifelong education for all

C. Rigid subject matter boundaries

D. Knowledge as the only learning outcome


Option B

39. What is the measure of relevance in education?

A. Democratization of access

B. Functionality and meaningfulness

C. Ability to sustain education through the future

D. Excellence and effectiveness


Option B

40. What is the concern of Multicultural Education?

A. Anticipating the future and imagining possible and probable futures.

B. Gender equality and harnessing of the role of women in development.

C. Promoting care for the environment and building a global culture of ecological responsibility.

D. The exploration of concepts of cultural diversity, similarities and prejudices to promote cultural understanding.


Option D

41. Which of the following may be considered an economic impact of globalization on education?

A. Increasing commercialization of education and the corporate takeover of education

B. weakening of the notion of the "citizen" as a unified and unifying concept.

C. New technologies of information and communication creates new approaches to learning

D. Reduction of state and government support and subsidy for education


Option A

42. Which of the following aptly describes Marshall Mcluhans' concept of global village?

A. The idea that because of rapid globalization and development in technology, the world has become one global village where increased diversity and difference among people has become more pronounced than ever.

B. Rapid integration of the planet through media and technology where events in one part of the world could be experienced from other parts in real-time, similar to what human experience was like when we lived in small villages.

C. Global Village is the kind of global world we are experiencing, characterized by fundamentalism, apathy and conflict brought about by clashes of cultures.

D. People's cultural and religious identities will be the primary source of conflict in the post- Cold War world as evidenced by the conflict between fundamentalist Muslims and the western world.


Option A

43. When planning her lessons and units, Mrs. Jones is careful to include books and resources from a variety of cultures and ethnic groups. What kind of education is this?

A. Multilingual education

B. Transformative education

C. Multicultural education

D. Gender free education


Option C

44. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of globalization?

A. Stretching a social, political and economic activities across political frontiers, regions and continents.

B. The growing magnitude of interconnectedness and flows of trade, investment and migration.

C. A speeding up of global interactions and processes through worldwide systems of transportation and communication.

D. The expansion of economic protectionism and isolation of poor countries.


Option D

45. Which of the following illustrates the major paradigm shift in education in the 21st century?

A. Shift from rigid subject matter to a more interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary pedagogical approach.

B. Shift from values education and emotional learning to knowledge dominated curriculum

C. From contextualized themes generated from global and local realities to pre-organized subject matter

D. From more flexible learning styles to a prescribed pedagogy


Option A

46. What educational approach/perspective recognizes the knowledge and experience of women, racial groups and ethnic groups as being just, as valid and relevant as the knowledge of dominant groups in mainstream academic discourse?

A. Transformative education

B. Multicultural education

C. Inclusive education

D. Global education


Option C

47. How does the notion of cultural relativity and variability affect the teaching-learning processes in school?

A. The students' varied cultural background will in no way affect the way they will learn the lessons in school.

B. The students can readily adjust to the way the teacher initiates learning in school because children are adaptable beings no matter what culture they come from.

C. The child's cultural background influences the children's way of interpreting and viewing the world; hence, teachers must consider the children's world view when teaching.

D. The teacher should be wary of differing cultural points of view and must make sure that students will see things the same way.


Option D

48. Which among the following is the focus of Civic Education?

A. Promote understanding of human rights, concepts and values to enable learners to comprehend and transform conditions which give rise to human rights violations.

B. Learning for effective participation in democratic and development processes at both local and national levels.

C. Foster a vision of education for sustainable development and care for the environment.

D. Empower people with the skills, attitudes and knowledge to build a peaceful world based on justice and human rights.


Option B

49. Which of the following initiatives would NOT help a school address diversity?

A. Using ability grouping

B. Using cooperative learning

C. Working with neighborhood groups

D. Using culturally-relevant teaching methods


Option A



50. If the teacher is emphasizing the development of the learner's competency to transform knowledge into innovations and job-creation, what pillar of education does s/he is actually promoting?

A. Learning to Know

B. Learning to Do

C. Learning to Live Together

D. Learning to Be


Option B