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MOCK TEST (Principals’ Test)

Instruction:Read each item very carefully.Choice the best answer of your choice. (3 hours)

1. Which model is looking for innovative ways to improve the school?


A. Enable others to act B. Challenge the process
C. Inspired a shared Vision D. Model the way

2. There are five practices of transformative Principals on exemplary leadership models. Which model is
setting an example for teachers and others to follow?
A.Enable others to act B.Encourage the heart
C.Model the way D.Inspire a shared vision

3. Under Resolving Complex Problems: Which sub-skills is concerned with taking responsibility for
implementing initiatives to improve learning?
A. judgement B. Sensitivity
C. Organizational Ability D. Results Orientation

4. In the school wide student assessment program, what should be done with learners diagnosed with
learning problems?
A. Give program interventions. B. Give formative tests
C. Identify their entry skills D. Use the authentic assessment

5. To which competency indicator can we include the activity on performing roles of a change agent?
A. Planning innovative school programs, projects and activities
B. Implementing school programs, projects and activities
C. Evaluating School Programs, projects and activities
D. Introducing innovations in the school

6. Which of the following practices build professional links with colleagues to enrich
teaching/administrative practice?
A. Sharing best practices among institutions/organizations
B. Subscribing professional magazines
C. Enrolling in masteral courses
D. Interacting with local officials and businessmen.

7. Where was SBM based?


A. Modernization B. Institutionalization
C. Decentralization D. Globalization.

8. In Intra-organizational conflict, what kind of conflict is a superior-subordinate conflict?


A. Role conflict B. Vertical conflict
C. Horizontal conflict D. Line staff conflict.

9. This step in Kotter’s Eight-Step Change Model is mostly implemented by some school heads to their
Change Team when they addressed the resistance of their teachers by meeting and discussing with
them.
a. Removing Obstacles to change b. Generating Short-Terms Wins
c. Consolidating Gains and Producing More change d. Anchoring New Approaches in the culture
10. It is the ability to identify the different parts of a concept and determine how the parts relate to one
another and to an overall structure or purpose.
a. Political Skills b. System Skills
c. Analytical Skills d. Business Skills

11. Hard elements in McKinsey 7s Model, are called because they are easier to define of identify and the
school management can directly influence them. i.VMG Statements ii. Organizational Charts iii.
Reporting relationships iv. Formal processes v.otherschool system
A.I,ii,iii,and iv
B. ii,iii,iv,and v
C. i,ii,iii,iv,and v
D. iii, iv and v

12. The innovative science activities in the teacher’s Lesson Plans, number of classes being held in the
field based on the topic, and number of students; science research work, are examples of
A. Data collected
B. Indicators
C. Information Feedback
D. Evaluation results

13. It involves remedial works done on any damaged or deteriorated portion/s of a building to restore
its original conditions.
A. Renovation B. Repair
C. Rehabilitation D. Replacement

14. It is applied to all buildings which have weathered the years, and remained sturdy but need some
face-lifting to restore their original condition.
A. Replacement B. Reconstruction
C. Repair D. Renovation E. Rehabilitation

15. Which of the following requirements conformed to the construction of a school building?
A. Safety, Sanitation, Accessibility
B. Safety, Convenience, Adequacy
C. Location, Sanitation, Adequacy
D. Safety, Sanitation, Adequacy
E. Location,Geography, Accessibility

16. It provides a way for School Planning Team (SPT) toprioritize strategies identified in the objective
analysis phase to ensure the best use of limited resources. It is a tool that allows the School Planning
Team to short-list strategies identified in the objectives free.
A. Pareto Analysis
B. Parejo Analysis
C. Paredo Analysis
D. Pareño Analysis

17. She/he provides professional and instructional advice and support to the school heads and
teachers/facilitators of schools and learning centers in the district cluster. She/he exercises curriculum
supervision (R.A. 9155).
A. Master Teacher 1
B. OIC principal
C. Head Teacher
D. District Supervisor

18. _______________ includes moral and aesthetic Values; beliefs, customs, norms, and traditions
practiced by people in an organization like the school.
A. Leadership
B. Governance
C. Culture
D. Standard

19. It is the amount of cash or check entrusted to the school head to be used for specific
purpose/function
A. Cash receipts
B. Cash disbursements
C. Cash advance
D. Cash allowance

20. Mrs. Aldub is a school head in anon-implementing school, she submitted the certified true copy of
cash disbursements register on the 10th day of the month. Based on the accounting guidelines and
procedures, is her action proper?
A. Yes, because only certified true copies of CDRare required to be submitted every 10th day of the
month.
B. Yes, because the original copies of CDR should be kept at the school for future references.
C. No, because certified true copies of CDR shall be submitted every 5th day of the month
D. No, because the school head shall submit the original copy of CDR every 5th day of the following
month

21. The Accountable Officer of X Elementary School failed to liquidate his cash advance within the
prescribed period, Mr. SDS ordered to withhold his salary. Is the order proper?
A. Yes, failure to liquidate his cash advance is a valid cause for withholding his salary
B. Yes, because of neglect of duty
C. No, it’s not under the jurisdiction of the SDS
D. No, no one can withhold a government employee's salary

22. Ms. Franco wants to determine the level of progress of Grade 1 entrants across different
developmental domains that are critical in tackling Grade 1 learning competencies, which of the
following tools she should use?
A. School Readiness Assessments
B. Diagnostic test
C. Otis-Lennon School Aptitude Test
D. School Entrance Test

23. Mr. Guinto donated a 10 hectare land in favor of the municipality where he lives, but he impose a
condition where the land should be used only for education. Tenyears after the donation he found out
that the land was used for relocation. He ordered to revert the land to his family. Does he have the right
to do such action?
A. No, the land is considered as government property upon his donation.
B. No, he should consider the families relocated on the site
C. Yes, the property is reverted to the owner when its use ad stipulated in the donation is changed
D. Yes, he is the rightful owner of the land.

24. Teacher M has an on-going administrative case when he died. Does his family entitled to receive the
benefits due to him?
A. No, administrative case cancels all his benefits.
B. No, only teacher with no administrative case can receive benefit upon death.
C. Yes, his death terminates administrative proceedings against him and entitles his heirs to all benefits
due him
D. Yes, all government employees can claim all benefits even proven guilty of a charge against him

25. The 21st Century managerial and leadership skills is outlined into 4 C's. Thefour C's are.
A. Critical Thinker, Communicator,Collaborator, and Creator
B. creator, Collaborator, Coordinator, and Communicator
C. Critical Thinker, Communicator,Collaboratorand Coordinator
D. Communicator, Coordinator, Collaborator, and Critical Thinker

26. The 21st Century Skills of holistically developed Filipino includes the following I.Communication
skills, Life andCareer Skills, Collaboration and Interpersonal Skills.
II Information, Media, and Technology Skills III Learning and Innovative Skills IV Communication
Skills V. Life and Career Skills
A. I, II, V
B. II, III, IV, V
C. I, II, III
D. I, II, III, IV, V

27. Inthepast, a learner was a young person who went to school, spent a specific amount of time in
courses, received passing grades and graduated. Today we must be learners in a new context. The
learning pyramid adapted from the National Training Laboratories, Bethel, Maine states that on the
Average Retention Rates, Participatory Teaching Methods is
A. 5% lecture, 10% reading, 20% audio-visual
B. 90% teaching others, 75% practice, 50% group discussion
C. 90% teaching others, 30% demonstration, 20% audio-visual
D. 30% demonstration, 90% teaching others 10% reading

28. A school principal performs a number of routine task of legal or social nature. Hemaintains
selfdeveloped networks of outside contacts and informers who provide favors and information. What
role does he perform?
A. Decision role B. Informal role
C. Interpersonal role D.Managerial role

29. A principal established the SchoolGrievance Committee. The integrity, sincerity and credibility were
taken into consideration in the selection. What is the jurisdiction of the School Grievance Committee?
A. Grievance of externalstakeholders
B. Grievance of teaching andnon-teachingpersonnel
C. Grievance of parents andteachers
D. Grievance of clerical and maintenance personnel.

30. The president of the Faculty Club acknowledges that his principal is lawfully entitled to exert
influence to anyone of them within certain bounds. He accepts the facts that he himself has an
obligation to accept such power even if hedoesn’twant it. What kind of power is it?
A. expert power
B. legitimate power
C. referent power
D. reward power

31. A teacher was nominated to the position of the treasurer during the PTA Gen. Election in a school.
But the teacher declined suchnomination invokinga provision in DepEd Order 67 s. 2009. What provision
are stipulated in DepEd Order 67s. 2009? Choose two correct answers.
1. Membership of teacher should not be more than 1/2 in the bard.
2. Membership of teachers should not be more than 1/3 of the board.
3. Teachers can serve any position in the board.
4. Teachers can only serve as member of theboard or secretarythereof.
A. 2, 4
B. 1, 2
C. 3,4
D. 2,3

32. A principal who is also the accountableand whose instruction he or she must follow. What principle
of management procedure does the principal follow?
A. Organization
B. Control
C. Delegation
D. Coordination

33. Benchmarking focuses on the key improvement needs of an organization. It channels the energy of
the team members into positive experiences that have significant playoff for the organization. Which
twoare themain features of benchmarking?
1. Creates a design for change
2. Involves a long term solution to problems
3. Identifies the potential to improvement
4. Duplicates outstanding performance oforganizations
A. 1, 2
B. 2, 3
C. 1, 3
D. 1, 4

34. An award given for consistent demonstration and observation of the norms of conduct listed under
RA 6713.
A. Lingkod Bayan
B. President Award
C. Dangal ng Bayan
D. Katangi-tanging Bihasang Manggagawa
35. Advancement of an employee from one position to another with an increase in duties and
responsibilities as authorized by law, and usually accompanies by an increase in salary.
A. Reclassification
B. upgrading
C. promotion
D. Reassignment

36. When a memorandum is written to announce information or activity, what should be contained in
the first paragraph?
A. the what, the where and when
B. the objective/s of the activity
C. the participants of the activity
D. the nature of attendance

37. Teachers may be classified according to their level of commitment and level of abstraction and place
them inside the corresponding quadrant. Which quadrant can we classify a teacher who is energetic and
full of good intention but cannot act fully and realistic.
A. Quadrant l teacher drop-out
B. Quadrant ll unfocusedteacher
C. Quadrant lll Analytical teacher
D. Quadrant 1v Professional teachers

38. R.A. 9155 mandates the decentralization of decision-making authority from central and regional and
division levels to individual schools, uniting school heads, teachers, students, as well as parents, the local
government units and the community in promoting effective schools. The implementation of RA 9155 is
also known as ___?
A. Governance of Basic Education Act of 2000
B.Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001
C.Governance of Basic Education Act of 2002
D.Governance of Basic EducationAct of 2003

39. ACCESs espouses 4 Principles of a School System. Which of these principles refer to resources which
are collectively organized, mobilized and managed with transparency?
A.Leadership and Governance
B.Curriculum Learning
C.Accountabilityand Continuous Improvement
D.Management of Resources

40. Which of the following is NOT an internal stakeholder of the school?


A.Retirees
B.PTA
C.Teacher’s Club
D.Non-teaching staff

41. The Launching of Brigada Eskwela Plus and Directing Selected Public Schools to Volunteer in this
Community Involvement in Education Initiative is explained in what DepEd Order?
A.DepEd Order No. 10, s.2009
B.DepEd Order No. 1, s.2009
C.DepEd Order No. 50, s.2011
D.DepEd Order No. 5, s.20011

42. DepEd Order No.54, s.2009 explains the ____?


A.Amendment to DepEd Order No. 27, s.2009
B.Revised Guidelines Governing Parents-Teachers Association at the School Level
C.Guidelines Organizing the PTA Federation in the Division Level
D.Guidelines on the PASBE Accreditation

43. What will happen to colleges and universities during the initial nationwide implementation of Senior
High School beginning in 2016-2017?
` A.DepEd shall offer a financing scheme with them to utilize existing facilities along with teaching
and nonteaching staff
B.DepEd willabsorball their human resources for the Senior High School
C.There would be a mass lay off of teachers to HEI’s
D.There would be amalgation among SUC’s and HEI’s
44. Subjects are taught from the simplest concepts to more complicated concepts through grade levels
in ___________________.
A. Integrated learning
B. Seamless learning
C. Spiral progression
D. Proficiency language

45. The second KRT focuses on the important role of the teachers as driving force in improving student
learning and educational quality at the school level
A. Strengthened School-Based Management
B. Enhanced quality assurance through standards and assessments
C. Improved access and learning outcomes
D. Improved teaching effectiveness and teacher development
46. School Based Management Fund may come from different sources except for one?
A. PTCA, NGO’s
B. Local Government Unit
C. Revolutionary tax
D. MOOE, etc.

47. The NCBTS-TSNA is expected to yield the following specific outputs level except for one?
A. individual level
B. school level
C. cluster/district /division/region level
D. national level
48. Which among the following is/are the benefit/s of implementing an effective management system?
i. Promote innovation ii. Remove barriers to effective teaching and learning iii. Decrease costumer and
stockholders satisfaction iv. Improve operational effectiveness
A. i, ii and iv
B. ii only
C. iv only
D. i only
49. As a school head, you must know all aspects of your job, set attainable goals, ensure that jobs are
understood, supervised and accomplished. If you followed those things you considered the:
A. Principles of School Leadership
B. School’s Mission and Vision
C. Democratic Leadership
D.School’s Vision
50. In a class of 50 learners, an individual’s score may place him in the third or fourth in the relation to
the performance of the whole class. The learners are ranked in order of their achievement, based on the
total scores on the test. What assessment tool is being applied?
A. Criterion-referenced testing
B. Norm-referenced testing
C. Rubrics
D. Achievement referenced testing

51. If you want to be a successful 21st century school leader, which of the following skills you must
possess?
A. Establish harmonious relationship with stakeholders
B. Participate in all activities in the community
C. Align financial, human and material resources with the vision, mission and goals.
D. Implement an autocratic type of leadership

52. If you are a good leader, how will you establish high social and academic expectations for learners?
A. Demonstrates punctuality
B. Creates an engaging learning environment
C. Shows respect for only closed person
D. Commits relationship to the politicians

53. Through General Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) and the Homeroom Parent-Teachers Association
(HPTA), School Heads (SHs) can involve parents by conducting the following EXCEPT one:
A. Establishes school and family partnerships that promote student peak performance
B. Improves performance for learners
C. Conductsdialogues for a training of teachers, learners and parents on the welfare of the
learners/school
D. Organize program for popular persons only

54. Dr. Santos conceptualized a program for strengthening school-community relation. He called on a
meeting of all teachers and presented his concept to them for the purpose of arriving at a
decision before embarking on the preparation of a plan which would be largely participated in
by the teachers themselves and perhaps by other school stakeholders. This behavior of a school
leader is a clear manifestation of a process called ________________.
A. Decision making
B. Empowerment
C. Brainstorming
D. Development E. Advancement
55. As a school head, how can you demonstrate full commitment and devotion to duty?
A. Attending to and completing all daily responsibilities even after office hours.
B. Giving in to invitations of friends during official time.
C. Looking after personal needs in between official duties
D. Observing punctuality and promptness in performing duties.
56. In Educational System, changes are always being introduced. If you are a leader, what attitude you
should maintain toward change?
A. Analyzing the benefits and if not beneficial is rejected
B. Having a positive and encouraging attitude that it will work well.
C. Having a negative attitude because it will entail expenses
D. Trying it out first and if not effective is not accepted.

57. The following are the components of classroom assessment EXCEPT one:
A. Purpose
B. Measurement
C. Evaluation
D. Use E. Achievement

58. Personal Integrity is a strongly held sense of commitment to openness, honesty, inclusiveness and
high standards in oneself. Therefore a person with integrity stands for what is right and acts as
a____________ to his or her peers.
A. leader
B. consultant
C. role model
D. counselor

59. Which of the six traits of good managers/ leaders show ethical values and strictly abide by expecting
others to also do the same. You request and value audits, appraisals and evaluation as processes that
help your school improve and share the results with the stakeholders.
A. Good relationship
B. Integrity and transparency
C. Trust and empowerment
D. Continuous improvement

60. Can conduct of teachers conform with the code of ethics?


A. Yes
B. No
C.Maybe
D. Case to case basis
61. Integrity is one of the positive traits for an effective and good leader. Personalintegrity represents an
honest, reliable and trustworthy person. Why integrity isvery important to leadership?
A. Integrity speaks by itself and it reflects on allyour actions and decisions as aleader.
B. Integrity is based on the leadership style.
C. Integrity in an organization attracts people in the community
D. Integrity reflects the performance of the school

62. A leader has the ability to influence others through qualities such as personal _________ , expertise,
command of language, and the creation of mutualrespect—all of which require strong
interpersonal skills.
A. aura
B. charisma
C. elan
D.machismo

63. What professional value refers to acceptance of responsibility to fulfill obligation or duties?
A. Duty
B. responsibility
C. accountability
D. role
64. In transformational leadership, this models high values as an example and includes communication
of inspiring vision.
A. intellectual simulation
B. idealized influence
C. individualized consideration
D. inspirational motivation
65. The principal should be the earliest to arrive in school, If you are late for work every day and feel
guilty about creating excuses for this behavior, this may be an opportunity to develop greater personal
integrity. Which of the following is the best way for you to do?
A. Identify aspects of your behavior that require change.
B. Apply for a vacation leave
C.Transfer to other school
D. Reflect on your interactions with others in the workplace

66. The temptation to act dishonestly at work can be enticing. How many times have you used the
internet and company time to check posts on Facebook or Twitter? Used the phone, fax, or photocopier
forpersonal use? This situation is_____________.
A. Completely true
B. Mostly true
C. Somewhat true/false
D. Completely false

67.When you and a co-worker are talking and the co-worker starts talking bad about another co-worker,
what should you do?
A. you act on what your co-worker tells you
B. you should not go along with what she/he is saying because more than likely it is different
than how you feel
C. You should always go with what you feel, because in the end no one else can be you.
D. Be consistent of your actions, values, methods , measures, principles ,expectations , and
outcomes
68. Which of the following statement does not hold in introducing effective change in an organization?
A. Support of top management is necessary
B. There are indirect approaches to implementation
C. There are optimum times to implement change
D. Success depends upon people expected to benefit from change.

69. When the plan to be prepared is characterized by intensive coordination and cooperation among
agencies with regard to substance, space, and terms, this type of plan should be prepared
A. macro plan
B. integrated plan
C. sectoral plan
D. allocative plan
70. One primary duty of a school head/principal is
A. Evaluate proposals for new schools
B. Recommend priorities for supervision
C. Prepare budget proposals, report
D. develop test materials
71. The DepEd Program that aims to develop its members to become active partners in nation building
and to achieve competitiveness and productivity through the different skills in agri-fishery, home
economics, Industrial arts and entrepreneurship, is:
A. SSG
B. YECS
C. STEP
D. YES-O
72. Boy scouting is a continuing program for every boy from pre-school into young manhood. It consists
of the following activities KID Scouting, KAB Scouting, Boy Scouting and:
A. Senior Scouting and Patrol System
B. Rover Scouting
C. Senior and Rover Scouting
D. Rover Scouting and Commissioner Training

73. The supervisor considers the following as reason for securing his/her teachers for a lesson plan
EXCEPT
A. The lesson plan helps the teacher to be systematic and orderly
B. Lesson plans prevent waste of time and effort
C. Every lesson plan limits the coverage of the topics for discussion
D. The teacher has enough reason for not going beyond the topics assigned for the day

74. A teaching technique which calls for acting out situation where the participants aim to uncover a
problem of great importance to the lesson and to the class is
A. Cooperative learning
B. Panel discussion
C. Lecture forum
D. Role playing
75. Mr. Lazy was given two (2) consecutive unsatisfactory ratings. After due notice in writing which he
was asked to explain in writing and given warning, his school head recommend him from dropping in the
rolls. Was the action of the school head in order?
A. Yes, since notice issued to him served as warning
B. No, the school head should prove his incompetence
C. Yes, the school head has the discretionary power to punish teachers
D. None of these
76. A level of conflict that is contradictory, incompatible emotion and impulses within the person is:
A. Intrapersonal
B. Interpersonal
C. Intergroup
D. None of these
77. This is an act establishing code of conduct and ethical standards for public officials and employee,
upholding the time-honored principle of public office being a public thrust.
A. R. A # 6713
B. R. A # 6731
C. R. A # 6371
D. R. A # 6317

78. Dr. Acop is very particular with the performance of his school especially in terms of student
achievement. He is always conducting researches, concerning the significance of leadership styles to
school achievement. Based from the description, Dr. Acop is trying to determine or study
I-the link between instructional leadership and teachers’ performance
II-the relationship between school leadership and teachers performance
III-The connection between teachers performance and student achievement
IV-the empirical nexus between school leadership and student achievement
A. I and II
B. II and III
C. III and IV
D.IV

79. The following shows the commitment of the school heads to benchmark/initiate preliminary
accreditation process, EXCEPT
I. How well is the school delivering academically?
II. How good are the teachers and learners?
III.How can the principal get promoted as a result of the process?
IV. How can the stakeholders benefit from the evaluation process?
A. I and II
B. II and III
C. III and IV D. I and IV
80. The following BEST describes TRANSFORMATIVE Education, except
I-Instructive and product oriented
II-Intrinsic and iterative to change
III-Information focus and problem solving
IV-Central control and training
A. II, III, IV
B. I, II and III
C. I and IV
D. I and III
81. As an Instructional leader, the school head activities shall
I-empower teachers to make decisions
II-Introduce archaic mode of instruction
III-Observe teachers teach and give feedbacks
IV-identify the training needs of teachers
A. I, II, and III
B. II and III
C. II, III, and IV
D. I, III and IV
82. To institute teacher’s capability building on instructional effectiveness, which of the following ethical
standards should be included?
I-professionalism
II-Integrity
III-Honesty
IV-Responsibility
V-Performance
A. I, II and IV
B. II, III, and V
C. II and V
D. I and IV
83. It is a lifelong learning skill that promotes professional development program.
I-Job embedded learning
II-Collegiality and trust
III-collaboration
IV-integrity
V-Instructional and professional development
VI-Instructional and advanced career development
A. I
B. V
C. II, III and IV
D. V and VI
84. The following are some functions of school Quality Management Team, except?
I-organized learning teams by learning areas
II-Design monitoring and feedback system
III-conduct monitoring during the implementation plan
IV-Evaluate results of SIP implementation
A. I
B. II
C. III
D. IV
85. Considering the school culture promotes interpersonal and interactive relationship between /
among school internal contributors, the school takes the form of the following, EXCEPT
I-Source of best practices
II-learning management institution
III-action research center
IV-professional learning community
A. II and III
B. I, II and III
C. IV
D. III and IV
86. Which of the following is not a principle of Total Quality Management
A. encourage team work
B. make continuous improvement
C. focus only few functional areas of the organization
D. produce quality products at the outset
87. Which of the following is not a domain of the instructional leadership
A. class observation
B. hiring teachers
C.involvement in PTA activities
D. curriculum planning
88. What competencies are applicable in any range of context: big or small school, city or rural school,
culturally divergent groups?
A. responsive
B. coherent
C. valid
D. impartial
89. What competencies of school head is based on the functions stated in RA 9155, related laws and
DepEd policies?
A. impartial
B. function-based
C. valid
D. responsive
90. This is a principle which guided the framing of the NCBSSH and these are applicable to any school
head regardless of position item, gender, age, experience and other personal circumstances?
A. coherent
B. responsive
C. impartial
D. valid
91. Individual results will serve as basis for the development of their IPPD and in designing and
delivering competency-based training and development program that are responsive to their identified
needs. Who will consolidate the results?
I. CO-NEAP
II. NEAP-R
III. Division T&D
IV. MPPD
V. TDNA
A.II & IV only
B. I, II & III only
C. III, IV & V only
D. IV & V only
92. The following are the objectives of the Schools Division T&D Team orientation. Which one is not?
I. be familiar with the purpose of the NCBSSH-TDNA
II. Gain experience in analyzing the results from the NCBSSH-TDNA
III. The NCBSSH-TDNA uses self-appraisal process.
IV. Consolidate results from the NCBSSH-TDNA
V. The T&D team has the responsibility for the administration, consolidation and reporting of
the NCBSSHTDNA results
A. I, II & IV
B. I & II
C. IV, V & I
D. I & III
93. In reviewing the process of administering the NCNSSH-TDNA the school heads considered as walk
through the NCBSSH-TDNA guide and tools. Except one?
A. individual profile template
B. management of the results analysis
C. reporting cluster results interpretation of results
D. e-tool for consolidation
94. The following are considered in the development plan for the field administration of the
NCBSSHTDNA. Which one is not considered in the planning process?
A. coordination of the M & E process
B. time frame for conducting the NCBSSH-TDNA
C. reproduction of the materials for field use
D. agreements that have been made for the administration of the NCBSSH-TDNA
95. The Schools Division Training and Development (T&D) Team is responsible for the management of
the NCBSSH-TDNA process. Who designates the chair and members of the T&D Team?
A. ASDS
B. SDS
C. RD
D. ARD
96. The T&D Team is expected to play a key role in preparation, administration, data analysis and
reporting the results of the NCBSSH-TDNA to region. Who are the members of the T&D team in the
Schools Division?
A. SGOD
B. CID
C. PSDS/EPS
D. SEPS
97. In writing the session guide for the NCBSSH-TDNA orientation and administration to school heads.
The following are key understandings to be developed. Except one?
A. the framework of NCBSSH defines dimensions of being an effective school head
B. demonstrate truthful self-assessment of their professional development needs
C. DepEd Order 32, s. 2010 provide guidelines on adoption and implementation of the NCBSSH
D. accomplishing the NCBSSH-TDNA tool will identify the training needs of school heads hence
adherence to TDNA system standards has to be observed.
98. Your school has a teacher to pupil ratio of 1:43.what is you color code as per teacher development
analysis?
A. green
B. yellow
C. gold
D. orange
99. What is the recommended orientation of aschool building in the Philippines in an axial direction?
A. north-east to southwest-west
B. north to south
C. Northwest-west to southeast-east
D. south to east
100. A kind of donation where it takes effect during the lifetime of the donor.
A. conditional
B. mortis causa
C. inter vivos
D. time framed
101. It means an open presentation to stakeholders of school accountabilities such as fiscal and material
resources as well as school records, among others.
A. Transparency
B. Authority
C.Accountability
D. Collaboration
102. This form should be attached to the letter "return to duty”, it is document w/c validates that the
teacher is fit to return to work. This should be signed by a government doctor/physician.
A. Form7
B. FORM 86
C. Form 41
D. Form 6
103.It includes the major behaviors of listening, clarifying, presenting, problem solving and negotiating.
The result is a mutually agreed upon contract by leader and teacher that delineates the structure,
process and criteria for subsequent instructional improvement
A.clinical approach
B.self-directedapproach
C.individualized approach
D.collaborative approach
104.What type of special leaveprivilegesis not granted to school principals?
A.recognition leave
B.birthday leave
C.enrolment leave
D.funeral/mourning leave
105.Your school janitor who receives salary fromtheLSB funds is being accused of child molestation.
Where should you report him for proper action?
A. PTA
B. SDS
C. Barangay Captain
D.PSDS
106.The principal received a complaint from parents about their children's field trip and the fee that was
collected. Accordingly, in the waiver they signed the itineraries were historical places and museum but
they found out from students that the half day of trip was spent in swimming resort own by the
principal's cousin. The teachers also assigned so many projects to the students who did not join the field
trip. What was the complaint of the parents regarding the principal?
A. the fee that was collected is too expensive
B. the itineraries that was assigned was not followed
C. the given projects to those who did not attend the fieldtrip
D. spending half day of the field trip in the resort own by the principal's cousin.
107.Two of your teachers decided that they will not serve the election as election inspector in the
coming barangay polls due to personal issues and hostilities in the local area, as their principal, what will
you do?
A. tell them to get medical certificate
B. ask them to act as watchers
C. reassign as BEIs in other barangay
D. tell them to get certification that candidates are their relatives
108. Mr. X is the newly appointed Principal I of Gilas Elementary School. All of the teachers, parents, PTA
officers and members praised him for his systematic application of an array of skills which provided an
orderly, efficient, and effective school environment. Which of the following characteristics of Mr. X was
being described?
A. Managerial Acuity
B. Managerial Acumen
C. Managerial Superiority
D. Managerial Efficiency
109. Which of the listed function/action describes a leader?
A. Emphasize system structures and function
B. Diagnose and influence systems
C. Plan and budget
D. Motivate people
110. It is the organizational glue that keeps things on tract and facilitates direction and support for a
school’s educational program.
A. Transformational Leadership
B. Technology Leadership
C. Instructional Leadership
D. Curriculum Leadership
111. Mrs. Badulis assisted Mrs. Aquino in preparing an individualized program (IP) for a child with special
need in his class. Once the IP has been prepared, Mrs. Badulis will demonstrate to Mrs. Aquino how to
implement the IP. What leadership role of school head is portrayed in this situation?
A.mentoring
B. coaching
C. leading
D. managing
112. Mrs. Castillo is a school head in Pagsanjan District. She has clear decisive long-range policies and
goals for her school. She works hard to translate goals into actual practice. She makes decisions in terms
of what is best for students, not necessarily the easiest or what will make teachers happy. She has
strong expectations of both students and teachers. She is always prepared to assume leadership and will
make things happen if they are in the best interest of the school. She implements central and regional
directions or policies to suit the needs of the school. If you were to describe Mrs. Castillo, her leadership
style would be that of…
A. An Initiator
B. A Manager
C. A Responder
D. A Pretender
113. A teacher wanted to transfer to the province where her children were living. However, the National
Election was about to held. Can the teacher be allowed to transfer? Why or why not?
A. Yes. Her transfer may be possibly affected
B. Yes. Her transfer can be made possible before election.
C. No. Transfer needs the submission of a lot of requirements.
D. No. Transfer is not permissible three months before local/national election.
114. Teacher A was confronted with conflicting demands because of her inability to reconcile her roles
as part-time instructor in college and a grade six teacher in a public school, as well as a parent and a
spouse. The demands of her job in school left her with little time for family responsibilities. Such role
conflict affects her sense of personal well-being as well as the performance of her job. What type of role
did Teacher A experience?
A. Intersender conflict
B. Intrasender conflict
C. Role overload conflict
D. Inter-role conflict
115. A principal requires two Master Teachers to render service during summer vacation. The two
Master Teachers assisted the principal in preparation and submission of year-end reports. Local service
credits were granted which the Master Teachers utilized to offset their absences. Is this practice legal?
What charge/ case can be filed against the Principal?
A. No, dishonesty
B. No, neglect of duty
C. No, abuse of authority
D. No, falsification of public documents
116. A janitor has been suspended for neglect of duty would like to use his accumulated vacation leave
for the purpose of enabling him to receive his salary while serving his suspension. Is this acceptable?
Why/ why not?
A. Yes, because he is entitled to vacation leave with pay
B. Yes, because he is on vacation-sick leave basis
C. No, because he is not entitled to vacation leave with pay while serving his suspension
D. No, because he is under the vacation service credit basis.
117. You, as a prospective principal, know the importance of upgrading one's professional
competencies. You therefore will encourage teachers to enroll in graduate studies. What advise will you
give them?
A. File a permit to study
B. File a permit to teach
C. File a request for transcript of records
D. File a request for certification of payment
118. In what ways can social class variations in child rearing practices affect higher achievement in
school?
A. Middle class parents tend to encourage curiosity, initiative and interdependence while lower
class families tend to promote obedience and subordination.
B. Both middle and lower class families emphasize competition within the family ,hence children
become competitive and higher achiever in school.
C. Middleclass families tend emphasize discipline and obedience hence children tend to be more
focused in school
D. Poor families emphasize the importance of earning livelihood hence children tend to perform
poorly in school.
119. With the pervasiveness of technologies nowadays a learner-centered instruction can be promoted.
Which of the following statements support this approach of teaching?
I. It focuses on transformation of facts
II. It supports the use of lecture and drill methods
III. It gives emphasis on collaboration and authentic assessment
IV. Students work on tasks determined and controlled by the teacher
A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II and IV only
D. III and IV only
120. Which of the following are critical areas of concern of the school head as an instructional leader?
I. Teaching-learning environment
II. Pupils/ student assessment
III. Resource generation
IV. Total community involvement
V. Problem identification and prioritization
A. I and II
B. II and III
C. III and IV
D. IV and V
121. What is the best action that the School Planning Team can take when the school Report Card
indicates that the dropout rate is6%?
A. Formulate programs and projects
B. Solicit the LGU Chief Executive's Financial Support
C. Plan for resource generation and mobilization
D. Ask why the simple dropout rate is above the planning standard.
122. These are the phases of a Training Cycle
A. Setting of Objectives
B. Training Needs Assessment
C. Evaluation(Feed backing)
D. Conducting of the Training
E. Selectionof the Methods and Materials What is the right sequence?
A. B-E-A-D-C
B. C-B-A-D-E
C. A-B-C-D-E
D. B-A-E-D-C
123. More specifically, Abot-Alam program aims to:
I. Create a comprehensive databased of OSYs in the country by organizing a barangay OSY
targeting system.
II. Unify the efforts and resources of all agencies and organizations directed to solving the
problems of OSY in the country.
III. Ensure that all OSY have access to programs and services of these agencies.
IV. Cover selected regionsin the country.
V. enjoin industry partners to provide education and employment opportunities for OSY.
A. I, II, III
B. I, III, V
C. I, II, III, IV, V
D. II, III, IV, V
124. We cannot define communicative competencies without considering its four components. As such
the four components are
A. linguistic Competence, Sociolinguistic Competence, Discourse Competence
And Strategic Competence
B. Socio-Cultural Competence ,Associative Competence, Multi-lingual Competence and Socio-
lingual Competence.
C. discourse Competence, Reflective Competence, Socio-Intellectual Competence, Discourse
Competence
D. Socio-language Competence, Fiscource Competence, Multi-lingual Competence and
Intellectual Competence
125. A newly appointed Teacher I Marimar is enthusiastic, energetic and full of good intentions but such
good intentions are thwarted by her lack of ability to think problems through and act fully and
realistically. How can you classify teacher Marimar in terms of level of abstraction and commitment?
A. High level of commitment but low level of abstraction
B. Low level of commitment but low level of abstraction
C. High level of abstraction but low level of commitment
D. High level of abstraction and high level of commitment
126.Which of the following teachers need the LEAST need help for the principal to coach or mentor?
A. Teacher A cannot think about what changes could be made and satisfied to keep the same
routine day by day
B. Teacher B views the student or the school head that needs help, never her as a teacher
C. Teacher C has full of bright ideas but often do not result in any action
D. Teacher D usually gets involved in multiple projects and activities but become swamped by
self-imposed and unrealistic tasks.
127. As instructional leader, School Head:
A. sets the school’s mission, vision, goals and targets
B. develops the School Improvement Plan (SIP)
C. mobilizes community participation for the improvement of education outcomes
D. be accountable for learning outcomes
128. In decision making what must be taken to prevent any adverse consequences from becoming
problems and starting both systems all over again?
A. objectives
B. alternatives
C. tentative decision
D. decisive action
129. Objectives are measurable end results. Generally Objectives fall under 6Rs. What are they?
A. Reach, Responsiveness, Ratings, Returns, Revenues, Recognition
B. Reach, Reforms, Ratings, Returns, Revenues, Recognitions
C. responsiveness, Recognition, Restructuring, Revenues, Reach, Returns
D. Reach, Responsiveness, Ratings, Revenues, Restructuring
130. VMOKraPiSPATRes is an acronym for a right to left strategic planning. These refer to the
quantitative statements that are qualified into no non-sense performance indicators.
A. Key Result Areas (KRAs)
B. Performance Indicators (PIs)
C.Strategic, Programs, Activities, Tasks (SPAT)
D. Resources (Res)
131. Instructional Supervision is a professional, continuous and cooperative process for the
improvement of instruction. Which shift in the approaches to supervision is NOT complementary to
teacher empowerment?
A. From non-directive to directive
B. From evaluative to supportive
C. From inspectional to democratic
D. From bureaucratic to participatory
132. School Heads are considered stewards of professional development and collaborative leadership.
Which statements give deeper meaning to principal leadership?
I. Leadership is an organizational quality
II. Principals must communicate the nature of continuing professional growth
III. They must participate in professional development themselves.
IV. Total quality management is the interaction of the school culture and commitment of the
school.
A. IV and III
B. I and II
C. I, II, III
D. I, III, IV
133. Sec 6.2, Rule VI of RA 9155 states the Authority, Accountability and Responsibility of the School
Head, one of which is to accept donations, gifts, bequest in accordance with laws and policies. Your
school is in dire need of a school building. During the Brigada Eskwela, a certain tobacco industry came
to voluntarily informed you that they will donate 6 room 2 storey building of which your school site
could readily accommodate. What will you do?
A. Readily accept the donation.
B. Reject the donation and explain that the school cannot accept because it is coming from a
tobacco industry.
C. Accept the donation and have a memorandum of agreement with the members of the PTA.
D. Seek approval from the higher authority.

134. Mrs. Pastillas, a grade 8 teacher, comes to Mrs.Aldub, a school principal regarding a conversation
herself, her subject coordinator, and a parent. The parent was so upset because one of Mrs. Pastillas’
grading practices. The subject coordinator told the parent that Mrs. Pastillas was in the wrong and
apologized for her actions. However, Mrs. Pastillas is distressed because her grading practices follow
school guidelines and the coordinator spoke to the parent behind her back. How should Mrs. Aldub best
resolve this issue?
A. Tell Mrs. Pastillas that her grading practices are within guidelines and for her not to worry
B. Hold a meetingwith the coordinator and review proper leadership responsibilities. Then, hold
a meeting with both the coordinator and the teacher to resolve the issue
C. Call the parent directly and apologize for the confusion
D. Tell Mrs. Pastillas to listen to whateverthe coordinator says

135. The fire code states that only a certain percentage of classroom walls can be covered with posters,
etc. The custodian who is tasked to evaluate classrooms approaches Mrs. Aldub, a school principal
because several teachers refuse to comply with the fire code, despite repeated requests to change the
wall coverings. How can Mrs. Aldub best address this issue?
A. Remove the wall decorations herself
B. Have the Fire Marshall issue a formal citation to the teachers
C. Meet privately with the teachers to ensure they comply with the fire code
D. have the custodian remove all wall decorations
136. The revised rules and regulations on the teaching of religion in public elementary and secondary
school is related to which philosophy?
A. Idealism
B. Realism
C. Essentialism
D. Pragmatism
137. Schools give priority to the academic subjects which are the main courses in the curriculum. Which
philosophy is associated with this?
A. Idealism
B. Realism
C. Essentialism
D. Pragmatism
138. In the Pledge of Allegiance to the National Flag, which of the following is the second order being
mentioned?
A. Makakalikasan
B. Maka-Diyos
C. Maka-tao
D. Makabansa
139. Which of the following is NOT an objective of a classroom assessment? It is used to
A.Guide the teachers in working out thedisagreement
B. Help students learn
C. Handle behavior problems quickly
D. Certify the end product of learning
140. There are four components of classroom assessment. What component answer the question, how
will I interpret the results?
A. Evaluation
B. Use
C. Purpose
D. Measurement
141. You are planning to organize Parents Teachers Association in the school you are handling. In order
to have a well-organized PTA which is based on DepEd Policies and Regulations. What DepEd Order
would you use as guide in organizing PTA?
A. DepEd Order No. 51, s. 2009
B. DepEd Order No. 53, s. 2008
C. DepEd Order No. 52, s. 2009
D. DepEd Order No. 54, s. 2009
142.The Department of Education encourages and supports the organization of PTA’s to ensure the
welfare of students. Committees are created to handle specific activities of the organization. What
committees are stipulated in DepEd Order 67, s. 2009? Choose at least two from lists.
1. Election , Audit, Grievance, Programs / Projects
2. Finance, linkage, condemnation, grievance
3. External and Community Affairs, Finance, Ways / Means
4. Audit, Travel, Election, Infrastructure
A. 1,2
B. 2, 3
C. 1, 3
D. 3, 4
143. Principal S of Malungon NHS has attended weddings of subordinates, greeted visitors, took visitors
to lunch, attended guest and performed other ceremonial duties. What manager's interpersonal role
does the SH play?
A.Figurehead
B. Entrepreneur
C. Liaison
D. Leader
144. This act mandates that a principal spend more time as instructional leader than as administrative
manager.
A. R.A. 7610
B. R.A. 4670
C. R.A. 9155
D.R.A. 7041
145. A Grade VI pupil had experienced bullying from his classmates which sometimes caused physical
harm. What disciplinary action could the principal impose to remedy the situation?
A. Suspension for three days
B. Suspension for five days
C. Suspension for one week
D. Suspension for one month
146.In the decision–making process of a school head, there are five (5) steps in the action cycle. Arrange
the steps below in order.
a. Recognize and define the problem or issue
b. Analyze the difficulties in the existing situation.
c. Initiate the plan of action
d. Develop a plan or strategy for action
e. Establish criteria for problem resolution
A. (a-b-c-d-e)
B. (a-d-e-b-c)
C. (a-b-e-d-c)
D. (e-d-c-b-a)
147. School officials who are tasked to lead and assist teachers in improving teaching .These include the
school heads , school district supervisors, education supervisors, department chairs, and subject
coordinators.
A. Instructional Leaders
B. School Heads
C. Master Teachers
D. Superintendent
148. DECS Order no. 83, s.1998 provides that the classroomto be repaired and rehabilitated shall be
A. Destroyed by typhoons
B. Elementary schools with extension classes
C. Those owned by nationalized secondary schools
D. Those in the poblacion with big environment
149. As an instructional leaders, the principal crystalizes the vision of the school, translate it into goals
and objectives and focuses on activities related to teaching–learning process. What are the two most
important concerns of the principal in performing such role?
1. Academic achievement of pupils
2. Effectiveness of instruction
3. Official communication and correspondence
4. External stakeholders’ relation
A. 1 and 2
B. 2 and 3
C. 3 and 4
D. 1 and 4
150. A supervision that undergoes three basic steps of pre-conference and post conference to clarify
teacher’s needs, actual observations to collect data and post conference to provide feedback.
A. Constructivism
B. Competencies
C. Clinical Supervision
D. Formative appraisal
151. Which of the following are not members of the composition of the Division Selection Committee of
the ranking of Teachers I position for the School Year 2015-2016?
I. Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
II. Education Program Supervisor
III. Division Level President of the Parent-Teacher Association
IV.Division Head of Personnel Department
A. I and II
B. II and III
C. I and IV
D. I, II, and III
152. According to RA 9293 entitled “ An Act Amending Certain Sections of Republic Act Numbered
Seventy-eight Hundred and Thirty-six (RA 7836, Otherwise Known as the Philippine Teachers
Professionalization Act of 1994”, teachers who have not practiced their profession for
_____________years shall be required to take at least_________ units in education.
a. 5 and 12
b. 5 and 18
c. 5 and 21
d. 5 and 36
153. Which of the following criteria is the example of transforming under the Teaching-learning process
that is being used in the assessment of Teacher I applicant?
A. Teacher displays little understanding of the subject or structure of the discipline, or of
content-related
B.Teacher demonstrates solid understanding of the content and its perquisite relationships and
connections with other disciplines.
C. Teacher’s content and pedagogical knowledge represents basic understanding but does not
extend to connections with other disciplines.
D. Teacher’s knowledge of content and pedagogy is extensive, showing evidence of a continuing
search for improved practice.

154. In the recently concluded ranking for Teacher I position, the following are the results, Mr. Galvez
got 80 points residing in Barangay Tala, Caloocan City, Mrs. Alcantara got 75points who are residing in
Barangay Concepcion, Caloocan City and Ms. Canonog got 70points who are single mother residing in
Barangay Concepcion, Caloocan City. There is only one available slot for Teacher I position in Concepcion
Elem School located at Barangay Conception, Caloolcan City. Who is most likely to be hired as Teacher I
in Concepcion Elem.School?
A. Mr. Galvez because among the above mentioned teacher applicants, he got the highest
points as such ranking should be followed
B. Ms. Canonog should be given the item because of the privilege given to Solo Parent
C. Mrs. Alcantara is the priority among the three applicants because she is residing the said
barangay
D. Mr. Luna, residing in Barangay Concepcion who are teaching in adjacent barangay would like
to be transferred in Conception Elem School but her length of service is less than three years

155. The following are the tracks of Senior High School under the Kto 12..
I. Academics
II. Sports
III. TechVoc/Livelihood
IV. Information and Technology
A. I and II
B. I, II, and IV
C. I, III and IV
D. I, II and III
156. Which of the following guiding principles in the implementation of the DepED
Rationalization Plan are true?
I. Individual Choice
II. Engaging People
III. Management Prerogative IV. Clarity of Vision and Unity in Action
A. I, II, III, IV
B. I, II, IV
C. II, III, IV
D. I, III, IV
157. It aims to provide DECS official and employees benefits and loans for emergency needs, and that of
their immediate dependents and that of their children, for their hospitalization, and that of their
immediate dependents, and for other similar purposes to be determined by the Board Of trustees.
A.DECS Shelter Program
B. DECS Provident Fund
C. Hazard Pay
D. DECS Emergency loan
158. As school principal, who is the disciplining authority of your teachers?
A. You
B. Schools Division Superintendent
C. Regional Director
D. President Benigno Aquino
159. Which of the following is a grievance matter?
A. A complaint for unauthorized collection against a school principal
B. A work-related issue that cause employee dissatisfaction
C. A sexual harassment case
D. A complaint by the PTCA members against the school principal
160. As a general rule, how should the disciplining authority treat an anonymous complaint?
A. Should not take action on it
B. Conduct a fact-finding investigation
C. Require the person complained of to answer it
D. Resolve it
161. Which of the following is not considered an administration of the physical resources of the school?
A. Repairing the roof of a building
B. Fencing the perimeter of the school
C. Selling a portion of the school site
D. Building a covered walk between two buildings
162. Which of the following is true when a teacher is under preventive suspension? He / She is:
A. Prevented from promotion
B. Suspended for 90 days or less while the formal investigation is ongoing.
C. Suspended indefinitely
D. Suspended for one year
163. It is the center of the school.
A. school building
B. School Flag
C. Library
D. classroom
164. It is managed by the secondary students as part of their HE.
A. School managed
B. Coop managed
C. Laboratory canteen
D. concessionaire
165. Pendency of the case shall disqualify the employee from promotion.
A. True
B. False
C. It depends
D. maybe
166. What is the duration of term for Cooperative-managed canteen when approve?
A.1 year
B. 2 years
C. 3 years
D. 4 years
167. Who monitors the activities of PTA with their reports?
A. SDS
B. SH
C.ASDS
D. Division PTA affairs
168. ALS utilizes what principle?
A. introspection
B. andragogy
C. pedagogy
D. philosophy
169. A warehouse of reading materials.
A. Library
B. storage room
C. classroom
D. Library Hub
170. NCBSSH means:
A.National Competency Based School standard for School Head
B. National Competency Based Standard for School Head
C. National Competent Based Standard for School Head
D. Nationally Competency Based Strategy for School Head
171. How many domains do we have in NCBSSH ?
A. 5
B. 7
C.6
D. 8
172. Based on the core principles of SH, Quality & relevant education can be achieved thru the
following:
A. Pupils achievement
B. transformational leadership
C. high degree of professionalism
D. both B & C
173.The K-12 Curriculum includes the following 21st Century Skills.
I. Learning and thinking skills
II. Life skills
III. Media and information literacy
IV. Global awareness
A. I, II, and III
B. II, III and IV
C. I, III and IV
D. I, II and IV
174. According to paradigm of teacher categories, these teachers have high level of commitment but
low level of abstraction.
A. Professional teachers
B. Analytical teachers
C. Unfocused teachers
D. Dropout teachers
175. Which of the following forms a set of criterion in prioritizing problems?
I. Seriousness
II. Urgency
III. Gravity
IV. Potential
A. I, II, III
B. II, III, IV
C. I, III, IV
D. I, II, IV
176. Which of the following groups is composed of the members of the Division Grievance
Committee?
I. Schools Division Superintendent
II. Federated PTA President
III. President of Employee Union
IV. Human Resource Management Officer
A. I, II, III
B. II, III, IV
C. I, III, IV
D. I, II, IV
177. As a school principal, how much time do you devote to school management and
instructional supervision?
A. Seventy percent (70%) for school management and thirty percent (30%) for
instructional supervision.
B. Thirty percent (30%) for school management and seventy percent (70%) for
instructional supervision.
C. Fifty percent (50%) for school management and fifty percent (50% for instructional
supervision.
D. Eighty percent (80%) for school management and twenty percent (20%) for
instructional supervision.
178. What Republic Act prohibited the naming of school after a living person?
A.RA 1059
B.RA 7610
C. RA 7880
D.RA 7160
179. Parts of the SIP Introduction, what are the parts of the Profile of the School?
A.personnel and instructional materials
B.school profile and community profile
C.physical development
D. curriculumdevelopment
180. _________________reflects the general level of access to primary education.
A.Gross Enrollment Ratio
B.Apparent/Gross Intake Ratio
C.Promotion Rate
D. Completion Rate
181. ________________used in place of the Net Enrollment ratio when data on enrollment by
single years of age is not available.
A. Retention Rate
B. Promotion Rate
C. Gross Enrollment Ratio
D. Apparent/Gross Intake Rate
182. ___________________is basically a self-appraisal tool accomplished by the School Heads
themselves.
A.NCBTS
B.IPPD
C.NCBSSH-TDNA
D.RPMS
183. The three values of organizational integrity by Roger Connors (2009) except one:
A. Follow through
B. Get real
C. Speak up
D. Promote Trust
184. It occurs when employees fail to exhibit concern and regard for others or worst yet-
disrespect each other on the job.
A. Incivility
B. Courtesy
C. Bashfulness
D. Coyness
185. This act mandates that a principal spend more time as instructional leader than an
administrative manager
A. RA 7610
B. RA 4670
C. RA 9155
D. RA 7041
186. The type of authority that can defy the unity of command principle is
A. Line authority
B. Staff authority
C. Functional authority
D. Decentralized authority
187. An English teacher was asked to substitute for a chemistry teacher who got sick. When the
English teacher took over, she could not teach the subject as effectively as the chemistry
teacher. What unsuccessful curriculum implementation is shown in the situation?
A. Technical
B. Political
C. Cultural
D. social
188. Mother tongue is taught as a separate learning area in _____________________ as
stipulated in DepEd Order no. 31 s 2013
A. Kindergarten and Grade 1
B. Grades 1 and 2
C.Grades 2 and 3
D. Grades 3 and 4
189. Filipino, as a learning area, is first introduced in grade 1 during the ________________
grading period.
A. First quarter
B. Second quarter
C. Third quarter
D. Fourth quarter
190. What is the minimum number of days allowed to be monetized by officials and employees in the
career and non-career service whether permanent, temporary, casual, or coterminous?
A. Five days
B. Ten days
C. Fifteen days
D. Twenty days
191. As a school leader, the principal also serve as the disciplining authority for administrative actions
against teaching and non-teaching personnel in the public school?
A. Yes
B. No
C. Yes and No
D. Yes or No
192. For what are vacation service credits used?
A. To offset absences of teachers
B. For monetization
C. For plus factor of teacher’s performance
D. All of the above
193. What NCBSSH Domain best describes effective school leaders are models of professionalism &
ethical and moral leadership. This domain includes development of pride in the nobility of teaching
profession, school leaders also project integrity by promoting and supporting an environment where
teachers and non-teaching staff, learners adhere to do what is right.
A. Personal &professional attributes & interpersonal effectiveness
B. HR management and Professional Development
C. Instructional Leadership
D. Creating Student-centered learning climate
194. This domain of NCBSSH requires that effective school leaders set high standard and create high
expectations for learners at the same time recognizing their achievements.
A. School leadership
B. Creating student centered learning climate
C. Instructional leadership
D. Parent involvement and community partnership
195. This NCBSSH domain emphasizes that effective school leaders collaboratively create a vision and
establish a climate teachers, on-teaching personnel, learners to reach their highest level of achievement.
A. Instructional leadership
B. School leadership
C. Creating student centered learning climate
D.HR management and professional development
196. This domain covers those actions like assessment for learning development and implementation of
instructional supervision and technical assistance the school heads take or delegate to others to
promote good teaching and high level of learning among pupils
A. Instructional leadership
B. School leadership
C. Creating student centered learning climate
D.HR management and professional development
197. It’s a strategic review of operations and organizations in the executive branch mean to improve the
quality and efficiency of its offices by focusing government efforts and resources on its core services.
A. EO 366 OF 2004
B. BEsRa
C. SBM
D. RA9155
198.The Department of Education has implemented and is currently implementing various projects to
improve the quality of basic education except one:
A.Program for Decentralized Educational Development (PRODED)
B. Secondary Education Development Project (SEDP)
C. Secondary Education Development Improvement Project (SEDIP)
D. Pantawid Pamilyang Filiino Program
199. Decentralization connotes:
A. Devolution of education functions.
B. Transfer of power
C. Transfer of resources
D. Schools empowerment
200. What situational leadership is appropriate when attempting to influence low level readiness
because the leader provides the what, when, where, and how. But the leader needs to be careful not to
provide too much supportive behavior or it may be interpreted as permissible, easy, or rewarding a lack
of performance?
A. Telling
B. Selling
C. Participating
D. Delegating