Our youngest daughter, Geeree D. Camporazo, Instructional Manager (IM) of Alternative Learning System (ALS), Division of La Carlota was very proud of having 6 passers of her learners in the Secondary Level of Accreditation and Equivalency Test (A&E) conducted on November 13, 2011. The results just came out recently.
|Geeree with her ALS Achievers|
La Carlota ALS Supervisor Avelino N. Santillan informed that 98% of A&E test takers came from La Carlota City. These passers were comprising the 13 of elementary and 54 of secondary levels. These 67 passers will have their graduation ceremonies at the covered court of La Carlota South 1 Elem. School on May 18, 2012.
Geeree as a new IM is conducting her classes every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday at the hall of Barangay 3, La Carlota City. She handles 40 learners, teaching them the learning competencies of the five learning strands of the ALS Curriculum. These learners are representing the out-of-school youth (OSY) and some married mothers.
The ALS A&E Tests are for Elementary and Secondary standardized paper and pencil-based tests and use multiple-choice test and composition writing. These tests are to measure the learning competencies of the takers in five learning strands of the ALS Curriculum.
Target clienteles of the ALS A&E Test
Filipino Out-of-School Youth (OSY) and Adults at least 11 years old (for elementary level test) and at least 15 years old (for the secondary level test) who are basically literate.
Preparation of test taker
A test taker may either be a learner/attendee or completer of the ALS A&E Learning Support Delivery (LSDS) System, a learning intervention designed to help equip the prospective test taker with the necessary competencies to prepare him/her for the test.
ALS A&E Test Passer's Benefit
A test passer of either the Elementary or Secondary Level gets a certificate which bears the signature of the Secretary of the Department of Education.
The government offers him/her to be enrolled in post secondary courses of the CHED and PASUC (for government owned/controlled) member institutions, to have access to MFI and TESDA skills training programs, and acquire eligibility for government employment positions.
ALS A&E Test Composition
The test is divided into 2 parts: the Multiple Choice Tests and and the Composition Writing. The test runs for 3 hours and 30 minutes for the Elementary Level and 4 hours and 15 minutes for the Secondary Level.
The prospective test taker/registrant shall accomplish the registration form providing the following documents: copy of birth certificate, copy of marriage contract, form 137, voter's ID, postal ID, TIN card, driver's license, and passport, also two copies of their latest 1" x 1" photo.
Where and When?
A prospective test taker shall register at designated registration centers nationwide and come back to the same venue for the administration of the A&E Test on the scheduled dates of testing.
No registration fee shall be required. It is free.