Filing and Exam Schedule for LET 2015

 

prc1taken from prc.gov.ph

 

taken from prc.gov.ph

 

For list of documents and other requirements, as well as other tips that you may find helpful, read more about my personal filing experience on the links below:
Kwentong PRC-Iloilo: Part I
Kwentong PRC-Iloilo: Part II



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PRC On-The-Road: January 2015 schedule

10806234_642832942493909_2914402816273206055_ntaken from PRC-Iloilo office last January 8, 2015

The Mobile Service dubbed “PRC-Iloilo On-The-Road Program” is all set to go as soon as the New Year 2015 unfolds. Travel Order no. 2014-785, approved December 16, 2014 authorized four (4) travels within January 6-21, 2015.

The first team will take off to primarily process applications for the March 29 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) in Roxas City, Capiz on January 6-7 and proceed to Kalibo, Aklan on January 8-9. The venue in Roxas City is still being finalized. The venue in Kalibo will be at the campus of Aklan State University with permission from President Danilo Abayon.

The second team will proceed to Bacolod City on January 12-15 and will be based at the Masskara Hall, 3rd Floor of the “People’s House”, a space provided by Hon. Monico Puentevella, City Mayor of Bacolod City. All clients from the 13 cities and various municipalities of Negros Occidental, as well as the surrounding and nearby ones of Negros Oriental and Cebu will be attended to and served.

San Jose, Antique shall be the third destination on January 19-21 and arrangements are on-going to have it at the Municipal Hall courtesy of Hon. Mayor Rony Molina.

Authority for all these travels has been granted early by the new PRC Chairman Florentino C. Doble M.D. so clients could prepare the needed documentary requirements and funds, and be served closer to their workplaces or home base.

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Hope you’ll find this helpful and good luck on your exams! 🙂

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nouns

 

A noun is a part of speech that is used to name a person, place, thing, quality, action, state of existence, ideas, or living things. It comes from the Latin word “nōmen” meaning name.

The problem with this definition is that it does not explain further why words like divorce, kiss, auction, and love are nouns but can also be verbs.

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What is a part of speech?

part of speech is a group of words that are used in a certain way. All words in the English language are divided into eight different categories and each category has a different role or function in the sentence. Remember that in the English language many words are used in more than one way. This means that a word can function as several different parts of speech. Each part of speech explains not what the word is, but how the word is used. In fact, the same word can be a noun in one sentence and a verb or adjective in the next. To know for sure what part of speech a word is, we have to look not only at the word itself but also at its meaning, position, and use in a sentence.

It’s crucial that you remember these 8 parts of speech and their jobs. Everything else that has to do with grammar and writing builds on this information. On this post, you’ll learn the names and basic functions of these eight parts of speech.

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