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The DepEd Mission, Vision, and Core Values (High-Quality Classroom Decoration)
Here are the printable and downloadable DepEd Mission, Vision, and Core Values that you can use inside your classroom. These files are free and downloadable in High-Resolution. No more pixelization. You can print it in one paper only or you can also turn it into tarpapel.

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Commonly Used Idiomatic Expressions with Meanings

What is Idiomatic Expression (Idioms)?
An idiom is a phrase or an expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning. Categorized as formulaic language, an idiom's figurative meaning is different from the literal meaning. There are thousands of idioms, occurring frequently in all languages. - Wikipedia

Commonly Used Idiomatic Expressions (Idioms)
1. ‘The best of both worlds’ – means you can enjoy two different opportunities at the same time.
“By working part-time and looking after her kids two days a week she managed to get the best of both worlds.”
2. ‘Speak of the devil’ – this means that the person you’re just talking about actually turns up at that moment.
“Hi Tom, speak of the devil, I was just telling Sara about your new car.”
3. ‘See eye to eye’ – this means agreeing with someone.
“They finally saw eye to eye on the business deal.”
4. ‘Once in a blue moon’ – an event that happens infrequently.
“I only go to the cinema once in a blue moon.”
5. ‘When pigs fly’ – something that will never happen.
“When pigs fly she’ll tidy up her room.”
6. ‘To cost an arm and a leg’– something is very expensive.
“Fuel these days costs an arm and a leg.”
7. ‘A piece of cake’– something is very easy.
“The English test was a piece of cake.”
8. ‘Let the cat out of the bag’ – to accidentally reveal a secret.
“I let the cat out of the bag about their wedding plans.”
9. ‘To feel under the weather’ – to not feel well.
“I’m really feeling under the weather today; I have a terrible cold.”
10. ‘To kill two birds with one stone’ – to solve two problems at once.
“By taking my dad on holiday, I killed two birds with one stone. I got to go away but also spend time with him.”
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11. ‘To cut corners’ – to do something badly or cheaply.
“They really cut corners when they built this bathroom; the shower is leaking.”
12. ‘To add insult to injury’ – to make a situation worse.
“To add insult to injury the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.”
13. ‘You can’t judge a book by its cover’ – to not judge someone or something based solely on appearance.
“I thought this no-brand bread would be horrible; turns out you can’t judge a book by its cover.”
14. ‘Break a leg’ – means ‘good luck’ (often said to actors before they go on stage).
“Break a leg Sam, I’m sure your performance will be great.”
15. ‘To hit the nail on the head’ – to describe exactly what is causing a situation or problem.
“He hit the nail on the head when he said this company needs more HR support.”

More Idioms
  1. A hot potato - Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talking about and which is usually disputed
  2. A penny for your thoughts - A way of asking what someone is thinking
  3. Actions speak louder than words - People's intentions can be judged better by what they do than what they say.
  4. Add insult to injury - To further a loss with mockery or indignity; to worsen an unfavorable situation.
  5. At the drop of a hat - Meaning: without any hesitation; instantly.
  6. Back to the drawing board - When an attempt fails and it's time to start all over.
  7. Ball is in your court - It is up to you to make the next decision or step
  8. Barking up the wrong tree - Looking in the wrong place. Accusing the wrong person
  9. Be glad to see the back of - Be happy when a person leaves.
  10. Beat around the bush - Avoiding the main topic. Not speaking directly about the issue.
  11. Best of both worlds - Meaning: All the advantages.
  12. Best thing since sliced bread - A good invention or innovation. A good idea or plan.
  13. Bite off more than you can chew - To take on a task that is way to big.
  14. Blessing in disguise - Something good that isn't recognized at first.
  15. Burn the midnight oil - To work late into the night, alluding to the time before electric lighting.
  16. Can't judge a book by its cover - Cannot judge something primarily on appearance.
  17. Caught between two stools - When someone finds it difficult to choose between two alternatives.
  18. Costs an arm and a leg - This idiom is used when something is very expensive.
  19. Cross that bridge when you come to it - Deal with a problem if and when it becomes necessary, not before.
  20. Cry over spilled milk - When you complain about a loss from the past.
  21. Curiosity killed the cat - Being Inquisitive can lead you into an unpleasant situation.
  22. Cut corners - When something is done badly to save money.
  23. Cut the mustard [possibly derived from "cut the muster"] - To succeed; to come up to expectations; adequate enough to compete or participate
  24. Devil's Advocate - To present a counter argument
  25. Don't count your chickens before the eggs have hatched - This idiom is used to express "Don't make plans for something that might not happen".
  26. Don't give up the day job - You are not very good at something. You could definitely not do it professionally.
  27. Don't put all your eggs in one basket - Do not put all your resources in one possibility.
  28. Drastic times call for drastic measures - When you are extremely desperate you need to take drastic actions.
  29. Elvis has left the building - The show has come to an end. It's all over.
  30. Every cloud has a silver lining - Be optimistic, even difficult times will lead to better days.
  31. Far cry from - Very different from.
  32. Feel a bit under the weather - Meaning: Feeling slightly ill.
  33. Give the benefit of the doubt - Believe someone's statement, without proof.
  34. Hear it on the grapevine - This idiom means 'to hear rumors' about something or someone.
  35. Hit the nail on the head - Do or say something exactly right
  36. Hit the sack / sheets / hay - To go to bed.
  37. In the heat of the moment - Overwhelmed by what is happening at the moment.
  38. It takes two to tango - Actions or communications need more than one person
  39. Jump on the bandwagon - Join a popular trend or activity.
  40. Keep something at bay - Keep something away.
  41. Kill two birds with one stone - This idiom means, to accomplish two different things at the same time.
  42. Last straw - The final problem in a series of problems.
  43. Let sleeping dogs lie - do not disturb a situation as it is - since it would result in trouble or complications.
  44. Let the cat out of the bag - To share information that was previously concealed
  45. Make a long story short - Come to the point - leave out details
  46.  Method to my madness - An assertion that, despite one's approach seeming random, there actually is structure to it.
  47. Miss the boat - This idiom is used to say that someone missed his or her chance
  48. Not a spark of decency - Meaning: No manners
  49. Not playing with a full deck - Someone who lacks intelligence.
  50. Off one's rocker - Crazy, demented, out of one's mind, in a confused or befuddled state of mind, senile.
  51. On the ball - When someone understands the situation well.
  52. Once in a blue moon - Meaning: Happens very rarely.
  53. Picture paints a thousand words - A visual presentation is far more descriptive than words.
  54. Piece of cake - A job, task or other activity that is easy or simple.
  55. Put wool over other people's eyes - This means to deceive someone into thinking well of them.
  56. See eye to eye - This idiom is used to say that two (or more people) agree on something.
  57. Sit on the fence - This is used when someone does not want to choose or make a decision.
  58. Speak of the devil! - This expression is used when the person you have just been talking about arrives.
  59. Steal someone's thunder - To take the credit for something someone else did.
  60. Take with a grain of salt - This means not to take what someone says too seriously.
  61. Taste of your own medicine -Means that something happens to you, or is done to you, that you have done to someone else 
  62. To hear something straight from the horse's mouth - To hear something from the authoritative source.
  63. Whole nine yards - Everything. All of it.
  64. Wouldn't be caught dead - Would never like to do something
  65. Your guess is as good as mine - To have no idea, do not know the answer to a question

Opening and Closing Prayer (Classroom Decoration)
"Maka-Diyos" in Filipino "Godly" in English
Prayer is one of the most important parts of our daily routine inside the classroom. Through this, our pupils/students are being trained on how to talk to God. They also develop the love and respect to Him. As a teacher, we commonly put prayers in front of the class or above the blackboard so that our learners will be able to recognize and memorize our classroom prayers. Now, I have something to share with you again, these are the Opening and Closing Prayers Classroom Decoration that you can also use inside your classroom. These are printable and downloadable. Available in 3 Paper Sizes (A4, Letter, and Long). Get your free copies from the links below!

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Opening and Closing Prayer (Classroom Decoration)
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5 Macro Skills (Classroom Decoration)
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We have something to share with you. It is one of the most common decorations that we usually put above the blackboard, the 5 Macro Skills (Listen, Speak, Read, Write, and View). You can download this from the links below. Don't worry because this is 100% free and legit. Available in 3 Sizes (A4, Letter, Long). Get your copies now!

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The 5 Macro Skills (Classroom Decoration)
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Handwriting Practice Workbooks for Kids
The ability to write is very important in man's life. If you can write, then it's time now to let your kids learn it. Let's help every child develop their skills in writing. Here are the Handwriting Workbooks for kids that you can use for them to Practice the proper way of writing letters and numbers. These workbooks are free, printable and downloadable. Available in pdf format. Get your copies from the links below:

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List of Behavioral Verbs in Filipino and English for Lesson Objectives

Here are some of the Behavioral Verbs in Filipino and English that you can use in making lesson/learning objectives. You can also download the pdf versions of this. Check the list below.

I. COGNITIVE (PANGKABATIRAN)

At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
(Sa katapusan ng aralin, ang mga mag-aaral ay inaasahang:

A. Knowledge Objectives (Mga layuning pangkabatiran)
1. Recall, recognize data, concepts and generalizations related to...
(Nakagugunita,nakakikilala ng mga datos,mga kaisipan at paglalahat na nauugnay sa...)
2. Deduce that... (Nakahihinuha...)
3. Identify to recognize... (Nakakikilala...)
4. Tell the difference between... (Nasasabi ang pagkakaiba ng...)

B. Inquiry and Skills Objectives (Mga Layunin ukol sa poagsisiyasat at kasanayan)
1. Explain how... (Nakapagpapaliwanag kung paano...)
2. Describe and compare... (Nakapagpapakita ng paraan kung paano...)
3. Demonstrate how... (Nakapagpapakita ng paraan kung paano...)
4. Distinguish... from.... (Nakakikilala ng pagkakaiba... sa...)
5. Consider and use... (Naisasaalang-alang at nagagamit...)
6. Plan carefully and...(Maingat na nakapagbabalak at...)
7. Conceive varied ways of... (Nakapag-iisip ng iba’t ibang paraan...)
8. Formulate effectively... (Nakapagbubuo nang mabisa ng...)
9. Give evidences or proofs of... (Nakapagbibigay ng mga katibayan o mga patunay ng...)
10. Weigh the validi9ty o f... (Napagtitimbang-timbang ang katumpakan ng...)
11. Use a variety of... (Nakagagamit ng iba’t ibang...)
12. Locate,gather,appraise,summarize and report... (Nakahahanap,nakatitipon,nakapagbibigay-halaga,nakapaglalago at nakapag-uulat...)
13. Read...material critically (Nababasa nang masusi ang kagamitang...)
14. Compare,interpret and abstract... (Nakapaghahambing,nakapagbibigay kahulugan at nakapagbubuod...)
15. Conclude from available supporting evidences that... (Nakapaghihinuha buhat sa mga nakukuhang katibayan pantulong na....)
16. Express ideas effectively in... (Nakapagpapahayag ng mga kaisipan ng mabisa sa...)
17. Ortganize materials from several sources as... (Nakabubuo ng mga kagamitan buhat sa ilang mapagkukunan gaya ng....)
18. Note sequences of events... (Nabibigyang-pansin ang pagkakasunud-sunod ng mga pangyayari...)
19. Examine critically... (Nkapagsisiyasat nang masusi...)
20. Recall experiences pertinent to... (Nakagugunita ng mga karanasang may kinalaman sa...)
21. State... clearly (Nkapagpapahayag ng... nang maliwanag....)
22. Consider every aspect of.... (Naisasaalang-alang ang lahat ng panig/bahagi ng.....)
23. Select materials relevant to... (Nakapipili ng mga kiagamitang may kaugnayan sa....)
24. Classify... (Nakapag-uuri nang....)
25. Analyze.... (Nakapagsusuri....)
26. Differentiate....from.... (Nakikita ang pagkakaiba ng....sa...)
27. Define....clearly... (Nabibigyang kahulugan ang... nang naliliwanagan...)
28. Infer or deduce.... (Nahihinuha o napaghuhulo....)
29. Correlate..... (Nakapag-uugnay....)\
30. Arrange... (Nakapagsasaayos o naisasaayos....)
31. Discuss.... intelligently.... (Natatalakay ng buong talino...)
32. Establish... (Nkapagpapatunay/Napananatili....)
33. Emphasize that.... (Nabibigyang-diin na....)
34. Predict that..... (Nahuhulaan na...)
35. Specify...... (Natutukoy/Natitiyak....)
36. Observe carefully.... (Nakapagmamasid nang masusi....)
37. Record accurately.... (Nakapagtatalang tumpak....)
38. Attain... (Naaabot/Natatamo...)
39. Examine carefully... (Nasisiyasat na mabuti....)
40. Disseminate.... (Nakapagpapalaganap/Napalalaganap.....)

II.AFFECTIVE (ATTITUDES, APPRECIATIONS, IDEALS AND INTERESTS)
PANDAMDAMIN (MGA SALOOBIN, PAGPAPAHALAGA, MITHIIN AT KAWILIHAN)

At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
(Sa katapusan ng aralin, ang mga mag-aaral ay inaasahang:


1. Assume responsibility for... (Naisasabalikat ang pananagutan para sa...)
2. Utilize... wisely and effectively (nakagagamit ng... nang matino at mabisa)
3. Observe... strictly (Mahigpit na nakapagmamasid....)
4. Listen critically and purposesively.... (Nakapapakinig nang masusi at may layunin....)
5. Participate actively in... (Nakalalahok nang masigla sa...)
6. Sustain interest in... (Naipagpapatuloy ang kawilihan sa...)
7. Share.... with... (Nakibabahagi.... sa...)
8. Tolerate... (Nagpapaubaya/Nagpaparaya....)
9. Comply with.... (Nakasusunod sa....)
10. Find pleasure in...(Nakatatamo ng kasiyahan sa...)
11. Form sound judgment.... (Nakapagpapasiya nang tumpak...)
12. Venerate.... (Nagbibigay-pitagan.....)
13. Control..... (Napipigil.....)
14. Equalize..... (Napagtitimbang....)
15. Appreciate.... (Napapahalagahan/Nakapagpapahalaga....)
16. Appreciate.... (Humahanga....)
17. Follow.... (Nasusunod/Nakasusunod.....)
18. Adjust to.... (Naibabagay...../ Naiaangkop.....)
19. Value.... (Pahalagahan...../Napahahalagahan...)
20. Satisfy.... (Nasisiyahan.../Nabibigyang kasiyahan....)
21. Maintain.... (Napapanatili....)
22. Visit.... (Nadadalaw....)
23. Conserve... (Nakapangangalaga....../Napangangalagaan...)
24. Show respect for.... (Nakapagpapamalas ng paggalang sa...)
25. Initiate worthwhile projects..... (Nakapagsisimula ng mga proyektong kapaki-pakinabang....)
26. Commemmorate.... (Alalahanin..../Gunitain.....)
27. Strengthen..... (Napalalakas..../Napatitibay.....)
28. Intensify.... (Napasisidhi...../Napatitindi.....)
29. Sharpen (Napatatalas..../Napatatalim....)
30. Exert more effort in.... (Nakapagsisikap nang higit sa.....)
31. Generate.... (Nakalilikha..../Nakapagbibigay.....)

III.PSYCHOMOTOR/ MANIPULATIVE
(PANGKASANAYAN/SAYKOMOTOR O PAGKAKAUGNAY NG KAISIPAN AT KILOS)

At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
(Sa katapusan ng aralin, ang mga mag-aaral ay inaasahang:

1. Construct.... (Nakayayari..../Nakabubuo....)
2. Build..... (Nakagagawa..../Nakapagtatayo....)
3. Manipulate.... (Nakakahawak....../Nakagagawa....)
4. Make use of.... (Nakagagamit nang....)
5. Perform..... (Nakagagawa..../ Nakagaganap.....)
6. Measure..... (Nakasusukat.....)
7. Handle..... (Nakahahawak....)
8. Execute..... ( Naisasakatuparan..../Naisasagawa.....)
9. Install........ (Nakapagkakabit...../Nakapaglalagay....)
10. Copy..... (Nakasisipi..../Nakakukopya....)
11. Operate.... (Nakapagpapaandar..../Nakapagpapalakad....)
12. Connect... (Nakapagdudugtong..../Nakapag-uugnay-ugnay....)
13. Experiment on.... (Nakagagawa ng pagsubok sa...../ Nakapag-eeksperimento......)

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How to Renew PRC License (Online Renewal)

How to Renew your PRC License online?
PRC has now utilized and fully implementing the use of LERIS V2 or the Licensure Examination and Registration Information System for its basic professional services from examination application, initial registration, renewal of PRC ID, among others.

This article will give you information about the process for the PRC Online Renewal. This procedure is intended for the Renewal of your PRC license.

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Step 1: Go to online.prc.gov.ph


WITH NO ACCOUNT
Requirements:
- Your e-mail address (with password)
- Your mobile number (ex. 09271234567)
- Personal data (including date of graduation)
- ID photo in .jpg format saved on your computer, phone or tablet.
(You can request for an e-file if you have your ID photo taken at a photo studio.)
- Valid ID Card

1. Read the terms of service
2. Click the "I Agree" button

WITH ACCOUNT
3. Click the "Sign In" tab and proceed to step 3

Step 2: Fill out the form


REGISTRATION OF ACCOUNT
1. Input First Name
2. Input Middle Name
3. Input Last Name
4. Input Suffix (leave blank if none)
5. Select Gender
6. Input Civil Status
7. Input Birthdate
8. Input E-mail address
9. Input desired password (Password must be at least 6 characters and composed of letters, numbers and special characters)

Step 3: Sign In your account


SIGNING IN
1. Input Username (e-mail address)
2. Input Password
3. Click to login

Step 4: Fill out Personal Information


FILLING OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION
1. Select Citizenship
2. Select Birthplace
3. Select answer to prompt
4. Input address
5. Select Town/City, Province
6. Input Mobile number
7. Input Telephone number
8. Input Alternate E-mail address (If there is any)
A. Input Father’s full name
B. Select Father’s Citizenship
C. Input Mother’s full name
D. Select Mother’s Citizenship



FILLING OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION (CONT.)
1. Select School attended
2. Select the Course taken
3. Input Date of Graduation
4. Answer the prompt (Then input the necessary info)
5. Input Valid ID number
6. Input place where ID was issued
7. Input Issuance date of ID
8. Answer the prompt
9. Select option concerning notifications
A. Click to save information (Click the next button to confirm saving of information)
B. Click on the box if the transaction is for Renewal of PRC ID

Step 5: Upload Photo


UPLOADING OF PHOTO
1. Click the button to proceed
2. Read the photo requirements
3. Read the guidelines
4. Click to upload a photo
5. Click to choose a photo to upload
6. Click to zoom in or out the photo
7. Click to confirm uploading of photo

Step 6: Select Transaction


SELECTING TRANSACTION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSE
1. Click to select a transaction
2. Select Renewal Tab
3. Select Profession
4. Input Application Number
5. Click to confirm the selection

Step 7: Set appointment and select payment option


SETTING APPOINTMENT AND SELECTING PAYMENT OPTION
1. Select PRC Regional Office or Service Center
2. Click to Proceed
3. Select payment option

Note: If you select PRC -Cashier then you have to pay at the selected appointment place.

SELECTING A NEW APPOINTMENT DATE
A. Click to select other schedules
B. Select new appointment date
C. Input reason for selecting a new appointment date
D. Click to confirm the new appointment or cancel selection

Step 8: Process your transaction


PROCESSING TRANSACTION
1. Click to proceed
2. Select Payment Option
3. Click to submit the selection
4. Click to agree to Terms and Conditions
5. Input account number
6. Input PIN number
7. Click to submit
8. Click to confirm




PROCESSING TRANSACTION
1. Click to proceed
2. Click to go back at the profile page

A. Click to Print Transaction Details
B. Print sample

 Step 9: Print the Document


PRINTING DOCUMENT
1. Click to see Existing Transactions
2. Click to see Payment Details
3. Click to Print document
4. Click to start printing

(Proceed to the PRC Regional Office or Service Center you chose at the given appointment date to submit all required documents)

END OF TRANSACTION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSE
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How to Claim PRC License (Initial Registration)

How to Register for the Issuance of your PRC Identification Card?
PRC has now utilized and fully implementing the use of LERIS V2 or the Licensure Examination and Registration Information System for its basic professional services from examination application, initial registration, renewal of PRC ID, among others.

This article will give you information about the process for the PRC Online Registration for board exam passers. This registration procedure is intended for the Issuance of Professional ID Card and Certificate of Registration.

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Step 1: Go to online.prc.gov.ph


WITH NO ACCOUNT
Requirements:
- Your e-mail address (with password)
- Your mobile number (ex. 09271234567)
- Personal data (including date of graduation)
- ID photo in .jpg format saved on your computer, phone or tablet.
(You can request for an e-file if you have your ID photo taken at a photo studio.)
- Valid ID Card

1. Read the terms of service
2. Click the "I Agree" button

WITH ACCOUNT
3. Click the "Sign In" tab and proceed to step 3

Step 2: Fill out the form


REGISTRATION OF ACCOUNT
1. Input First Name
2. Input Middle Name
3. Input Last Name
4. Input Suffix (leave blank if none)
5. Select Gender
6. Input Civil Status
7. Input Birthdate
8. Input E-mail address
9. Input desired password (Password must be at least 6 characters and composed of letters, numbers and special characters)

Step 3: Sign In your account


SIGNING IN
1. Input Username (e-mail address)
2. Input Password
3. Click to login

Step 4: Fill out Personal Information


FILLING OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION
1. Select Citizenship
2. Select Birthplace
3. Select answer to prompt
4. Input address
5. Select Town/City, Province
6. Input Mobile number
7. Input Telephone number
8. Input Alternate E-mail address (If there is any)
A. Input Father’s full name
B. Select Father’s Citizenship
C. Input Mother’s full name
D. Select Mother’s Citizenship



FILLING OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION (CONT.)
1. Select School attended
2. Select the Course taken
3. Input Date of Graduation
4. Answer the prompt (Then input the necessary info)
5. Input Valid ID number
6. Input place where ID was issued
7. Input Issuance date of ID
8. Answer the prompt
9. Select option concerning notifications
A. Click to save information (Click the next button to confirm saving of information)
B. Click on the box if the transaction is for Renewal of PRC ID

Step 5: Upload Photo


UPLOADING OF PHOTO
1. Click the button to proceed
2. Read the photo requirements
3. Read the guidelines
4. Click to upload a photo
5. Click to choose a photo to upload
6. Click to zoom in or out the photo
7. Click to confirm uploading of photo

Step 6: Select Transaction


SELECTING TRANSACTION FOR INITIAL REGISTRATION
1. Click to select a transaction
2. Select Initial Registration Tab
3. Select Profession
4. Input Application Number
5. Click to confirm the selection

Step 7: Set appointment and select payment option


SELECTING A NEW APPOINTMENT DATE
A. Click to select other schedules
B. Select new appointment date
C. Input reason for selecting a new appointment date
D. Click to confirm the new appointment or cancel selection

SETTING APPOINTMENT AND SELECTING PAYMENT OPTION
1. Select PRC Regional Office or Service Center
2. Click to Proceed
3. Select payment option
Note: If you select PRC -Cashier then you have to pay at the selected appointment place.

 Step 8: Process your transaction

PROCESSING TRANSACTION
1. Click to proceed
2. Select Payment Option
3. Click to submit the selection
4. Click to agree to Terms and Conditions
5. Input account number
6. Input PIN number
7. Click to submit
8. Click to confirm


PROCESSING TRANSACTION
1. Click to proceed
2. Click to go back at the profile page

A. Click to Print Transaction Details
B. Print sample

 Step 9: Print the Document

PRINTING DOCUMENT
1. Click to see Existing Transactions
2. Click to see Payment Details
3. Click to Print document
4. Click to start printing

(Proceed to the PRC Regional Office or Service Center you chose at the given appointment date to submit all required documents)

END OF TRANSACTION FOR INITIAL REGISTRATION
For technical concerns, please email at [email protected]
For payment concerns, please email at [email protected] or call at 405-7000

How to Apply for PRC Board Examination (Online Application)

How to apply for the LET or in other Board Examination?
PRC has now utilized and fully implementing the use of LERIS V2 or the Licensure Examination and Registration Information System for its basic professional services from examination application, initial registration, renewal of PRC ID, among others.
This article will give you information on how to do the Online Application for any Board Examination especially the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). This includes the step by step procedures in the PRC Online application of various licensure/ board examinations with the requirements to be submitted upon processing and issuance of Notice of Admission (NOA).

Tip: Click the screenshots to zoom.

Step 1: Go to online.prc.gov.ph


WITH NO ACCOUNT
Requirements:
- Your e-mail address (with password)
- Your mobile number (ex. 09271234567)
- Personal data (including date of graduation)
- ID photo in .jpg format saved on your computer, phone or tablet.
(You can request for an e-file if you have your ID photo taken at a photo studio.)
- Valid ID Card

1. Read the terms of service
2. Click the "I Agree" button

WITH ACCOUNT
3. Click the "Sign In" tab and proceed to step 3

Step 2: Fill out the form


REGISTRATION OF ACCOUNT
1. Input First Name
2. Input Middle Name
3. Input Last Name
4. Input Suffix (leave blank if none)
5. Select Gender
6. Input Civil Status
7. Input Birthdate
8. Input E-mail address
9. Input desired password (Password must be at least 6 characters and composed of letters, numbers and special characters)

Step 3: Sign In your account


SIGNING IN
1. Input Username (e-mail address)
2. Input Password
3. Click to login

Step 4: Fill out Personal Information


FILLING OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION
1. Select Citizenship
2. Select Birthplace
3. Select answer to prompt
4. Input address
5. Select Town/City, Province
6. Input Mobile number
7. Input Telephone number
8. Input Alternate E-mail address (If there is any)
A. Input Father’s full name
B. Select Father’s Citizenship
C. Input Mother’s full name
D. Select Mother’s Citizenship



FILLING OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION (CONT.)
1. Select School attended
2. Select the Course taken
3. Input Date of Graduation
4. Answer the prompt (Then input the necessary info)
5. Input Valid ID number
6. Input place where ID was issued
7. Input Issuance date of ID
8. Answer the prompt
9. Select option concerning notifications
A. Click to save information (Click the next button to confirm saving of information)
B. Click on the box if the transaction is for Renewal of PRC ID

Step 5: Upload Photo


UPLOADING OF PHOTO
1. Click the button to proceed
2. Read the photo requirements
3. Read the guidelines
4. Click to upload a photo
5. Click to choose a photo to upload
6. Click to zoom in or out the photo
7. Click to confirm uploading of photo

Step 6: Select Transaction


SELECTING TRANSACTION FOR APPLICATION OF EXAM
1. Click to select a transaction
2. Select Examination Tab
3. Select Name of Examination
4. Select Examination Type
5. Select Date of Examination
6. Select Place of Examination
7. Click to confirm the selection

Step 7: Set appointment and select payment option


SETTING APPOINTMENT AND SELECTING PAYMENT OPTION
1. Select PRC Regional Office or Service Center
2. Click to Proceed
3. Select payment option

Note: If you select PRC -Cashier then you have to pay at the selected appointment place.


SELECTING A NEW APPOINTMENT DATE
A. Click to select other schedules
B. Select new appointment date
C. Input reason for selecting a new appointment date
D. Click to confirm the new appointment or cancel selection

Step 8: Process your transaction

PROCESSING TRANSACTION
1. Click to proceed
2. Select Payment Option
3. Click to submit the selection
4. Click to agree to Terms and Conditions
5. Input account number
6. Input PIN number
7. Click to submit
8. Click to confirm


PROCESSING TRANSACTION
1. Click to proceed
2. Click to go back at the profile page

A. Click to Print Transaction Details
B. Print sample

Step 9: Print the Document

PRINTING DOCUMENT
1. Click to see Existing Transactions
2. Click to see Payment Details
3. Click to Print document
4. Click to start printing

(Proceed to the PRC Regional Office or Service Center you chose at the given appointment date to submit all required documents)

END OF TRANSACTION FOR BOARD EXAM APPLICATION
For technical concerns, please email at [email protected]
For payment concerns, please email at [email protected] or call at 405-7000

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