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NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TESTING
AND RESEARCH CENTER


The National Educational Testing and Research Center leads in research, evaluation and assessment of the effectiveness of education which provide information vital of the formulation of educational policies geared towards the realization of an empowered and globally competitive Filipino.

Key Programs
  • National Elementary Achievement Test (NEAT)

    This is a test designed to assess abilities and skills of Grade VI pupils in all public and private elementary schools in five (5) subject areas: English, Filipino, Science, HEKASI and Mathematics.

  • National Secondary Achievement Test (NSAT)

    It aims to assess the abilities and skills of graduating fourth year students to determine their knowledge and capabilities in five (5) subject areas: English, Filipino, Science, Mathematics and Araling Panlipunan (Social Studies).

  • Philippine Validating Tests (PVT)

    PTVs are intended to validate learnings acquired by those who enrolled in elementary/secondary schools without permit; those who dropped out of school by force of circumstances before the school year ends; and those who studied in non-graded school. The subject areas are English, Filipino, Science, Mathematics and Social Studies (HEKASI)/Araling Panlipunan). Applicants for the test should get an indorsement from the office of the Regional Director.

  • Accreditation and Equivalency Program (AEP)

    The program aims to retrieve the out-of-school youth and place them in the formal school system if they so desire and accredits and validates knowledge and skills in academic areas gained thru formal, informal and nonformal ways for job promotion, employment and self-fulfillment thru the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT), its test instrument.

  • Accelerated Learning Program for Elementary School (ALPES)

    The program is intended for all Grades IV and V pupils in public schools who can be accelerated to the next higher grade level within the school year after passing the qualifying tests in English, Filipino, Mathematics, Science, Heograpiya, Kasaysayan at Sibika (HEKASI), Edukasyong Pangkabuhayan (EPP), Music, Arts and Physical Education (MAPE) and Mental Ability. Only those who belong to the upper 25% in the division tests can take the ALPES test.

Research
  • NEAT/NSAT/PEPT Related Studies

    It analyzes and interprets data for policy formulation and recommendation.


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