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PCG PROMOTIONAL

EXAMINATION

COAST
GUARD
REQUIREMEN
T
REVIEWER
FOR

CY 2014
PROMEX BOARD
Doctrine Development and Research Institute

CGRR-DDRI

COAST GUARD EDUCATION AND TRAINING


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Reviewer2014

Introduction
The non-commissioned officers of the PCG follow a district structure or career
development distinguished by different course and phases of examination. The courses
are, (aside from the basic CGMC which is a pre entry requirement), the functional
courses, specialization courses and leadership and management courses. No NCO
therefore can be promoted to the next higher rank if the requisite course is not taken
and passed. However, apart from the career courses, a PCG NCO is also required to
take and pass the promotional exam upon reaching the rank of E-3 or E-6. There are
two promotional examinations that an NCO should pass during their entire career. The
first level exam tests the personnels knowledge of the organization and the rating or
specialization the personnel belongs to. In the second level what is tested is the NCOs
knowledge on leadership and management. Due to the importance of the PROMEX in
an NCOs career, the PCG through the PROMEX Board has been publishing a reviewer
annually, 30 days before the commencement of the exam cycle.
Purpose of this Reviewer
The purpose of the Promotional Examination (PROMEX) reviewer is to provide a
timely and accessible overview on previous acquired knowledge and experienced and to
have a quality assurance on large percentage output of PROMEX passers. It also gives
the students an actual view of the possible generated questions to come out even
though it is randomly selected by the system during the examination proper.
The
qualified Non- Commissioned officer is expected to undertake and ready to take the
examination at the scheduled time.
Administration of PROMEX Questions
This reviewer is a product of the first PROMEX Workshop conducted at The Hub at
Kilometer Zero on 23 May 2014. Examination questions were designed and modified by
different participants who are knowledgeable in the field of the various PCG
specializations. All questions for each field of specialization were reviewed and
rationalized by the PROMEX board members and personnel of Doctrine Development and
Research Institute (DDRI). The maximum 500 questions banked in the streamlined PCG
PROMEX AptiQuiz software are officially approved by the PROMEX Board members.
During the examination, the ONLY authorized personnel to administer and give
the examination are the designated PROMEX Proctors. The examinations runs for 2
hours or 120 minutes in duration and it will be conducted in the assigned examination
room initiated by the districts.
Examination Policy and Procedures

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a) Only qualified PCG Non-Commissioned Officers are allowed to take the


PROMEX in reference to the official list released by Headquarters (CG-1).
b) The standard requirements for strict compliance during the examination proper
are the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Copy of recommendation of Unit CO;


Copy of Non-pending Case;
Updated Summary of Information (SOI); and
Copy of Certificate of Completion of the requisite course.

Failure to comply or if requirements are incomplete shall mean disallowance to


take the PROMEX during the scheduled time.
c) During Rest and Recreation or on Leave, qualified candidate may take the
PROMEX at the designated testing areas provided that they bring with them
their MARLEN A as a prescribed uniform during the exam and other required
documents and procure the consent of the District Commander under whose
AOR the testing center belongs.
d) Sequence in taking the exam is in a first come first serve basis. However, if a
group comes in at the same time then RHIP will be used as the external. The
PROMEX Board will provide laptops to be utilized during the examination for
reliability and security of the PROMEX.
e) Cell phones and other gadgets that may distract during the examination are
NOT allowed.
f) Prescribed uniform during the PROMEX shall be MARLEN A.
g) Result of examination will be announced later through radio message through
channels.
h) Cheating and other forms of dishonesty are absolutely forbidden and shall be
dealt with accordingly.
i) Non-Commissioned Officers are allowed to take the computerized PROMEX
thrice a year. They are allowed to retake 3 months after the date of their first
examination. Failure for 3 consecutive attempts will cause the NCO to face the
Non- Commissioned Officer Promotional Board for disposition.
j) Retake examination will be administered at O/DDRI, CGETC in the presence of
at least one PROMEX board for validity purposes. The cut - off date for retake
will officially be closed every 20th of June.

PROMEX Board Contact Information


E-mail Address:
cgetcoperations@coastguard.gov.ph or
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PROMEXBOARD@gmail.com

Telephone Numbers:
(02) 243-0464 and (02) 261-1804
Cell phone Numbers:
0917-511-9881
0917-832-0856
Contact Persons:
PO3 Luzviminda M Almeniana PCG
PO3 Jenny B Hilador PCG
SW1 Shiela Mae B Jale PCG

References:
RA NO. 9993 DATED 12 FEB 10
HPCG MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 03-05 DATED 12 FEB 10
HPCG SOP 03-11 DATED 11 JULY 2011

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1.

It is the state wherein the countrys marine assets, maritime practices, territorial
integrity and coastal peace and order are protected, conserved and enhanced.
a. Maritime Security
b. Marine Policy

2.

c. Maritime Policy
d. Maritime Environment

A dimension of maritime law enforcement which covers the policies on the


preservation and protection of the marine environment so as to protect, conserve and
enhance the countrys assets is:
a. Military Dimension
b. Food Dimension

3.

c. Security Awareness
d. Environment Dimension

It is a state or quality of being free from danger.


a. Safety
b. Security

4.

c. Dimension
d. Protection

As part of shipboard indoctrination newly assigned personnel should read:


a. Latest text about navigation
b. Publication pertaining to military justice

5.

A state of mind and implies an undertaking of security principles, security procedures


and security objective is:
a. Safety Dimension
b. Safety Protection

6.

c. Security Alertness
d. Security Awareness

Aspect of security which deals with measures to prevent unauthorized disclosure of


classified information.
a. Communication security
b. Document security

7.

c. Personnel security
d. Physical security

It is a graphical representation of three elements of fire.


a. Fire Ax
b. Fire Dimension

8.

c. Ships organization book


d. Shore patrol regulations

c. Fire Tetrahedron
d. Fire Triangle

To eliminate the heat side of the fire triangle, what is the most commonly used cooling
agent?
a. Carbon dioxide

c. Foam
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b. Dry chemical
9.

d. Water

It is the over-all public administration of matters pertaining to financial agency rules


and procedures to ensure implementation of maritime policy and carry out mandated
functions of safety regulatory and development of economic concerns.
a. Maritime Security
b. Marine Environmental Protection

10.

It is a sworn written statement, charging a person with an offense subscribed by the


offended party.
a. Arrest
b. Complaint

11.

c. Information
d. Inquest

During prolonged periods of general quarters, which fitting may be opened on


authority of the Commanding Officer?
a. Black Circle X-ray or Yoke
b. Black D Zebra

12.

c. Signal whistle
d. Smoke signal

About how long a man normally survives without water?


a. 4 to 6 days
b. 8 to 12 days

14.

c. 16 to 24 days
d. 32 to 48 days

A man without food, but supplied with water, may normally live for:
a. 10 days
b. 20 days

15.

c. Circle William
d. Red Circle Zebra

Which of the following signaling devices is best used during daylight hours when seas
are rough and choppy and friendly craft is in sight?
a. Sea marker die
b. Signal mirror

13.

c. 15 days
d. 30 days

What is the first precaution you should observe when unloading a jammed caliber 45
pistol?
a. Draw the hammer to the rear
b. Engage the slide stop

16.

c. Maritime Search and Rescue


d Maritime Administration

c. Push up on the safety lock


d. Remove the magazine

What is the maximum effective range of an M16 rifle?


a. 250 meters
b. 300 meters

c. 350 meters
d. 460 meters
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17.

Assume that you are on the firing range. What safety precaution should you observe
when you are not on the firing line?
a.
b.
c.
d.

18.

Keeping the muzzle of your rifle pointed towards the target


Keeping your rifle cocked and set on safe
Locking the bolt of your rifle in the open position
Making sure the chamber of your rifle is empty and the bolt closed

The objective of a security investigation before granting a security clearance is to


determine the persons?
a. Financial status
b. Trustworthy character

19.

General Court-Martial may consist of any number of members not less than:
a. 2
b. 3

20.

Hands resting at the back


Heels together with feet forming 45 degrees angle
Legs straight and stiff at the knees
Relaxed, with feet apart about 12 inches

To dismiss a squad with rifles, as a squad leader, what will be your subsequent
command?
a. All Squad dismiss
b. All Squad Fall out

25.

c. Left face
d. Left step march

Which of the following position best describes a person who is standing at attention?
a.
b.
c.
d.

24.

c. One full step


d. One half arms length

Which of the following movement do you execute with your right feet first?
a. About face
b. Forward march

23.

c. Rating
d. Skill

How is the spacing for normal interval measured?


a. One arms length
b. One half step

22.

c. 4
d. 5

The term is used to identify a field of work of a PCG non-commissioned officer


occupational specialty.
a. Assignment
b. Pay grade

21.

c. Criminal record
d. Intelligence

c. Inspection arms, port arms, dismiss


d. Port arm all dismiss

Which of the following terms is defined as the lateral space between elements in
column formation?
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a. Base
b. Distance
26.

c. File
d. Interval

Which of the following PCG uniformed personnel offenses is best described by the
collective insubordinate or groups willful resistance against duly constituted military
authority?
a. Insurgency
b. Mutiny

27.

c. Rebellion
d. Sedition

Which of the following PCG uniformed personnel offenses is committed by a person


subject to PCG law who failed to report at a designated place of duty at a given time?
a. Absent Without Leave
b. Desertion of sentinel

28.

c. Misbehavior before the enemy


d. Misbehavior of a sentinel

The primary purpose of reprimand is to:


a. Embarrass
b. Humiliate

29.

c. Punish
d. Teach

A seaman is held under restraint but is required to perform all his military duties. This
form of restraint is known as:
a. Apprehension
b. Arrest

30.

c. Confinement
d. Restriction

Assume that you are about to enter a smoke filled compartment to make emergency
repair. If you wear a gas mask, what condition safety measures should you take?
a. Carry a flash safety lamp
b. Remove your clothing

31.

A binocular used aboardship is classified as :


a. Equipage
b. Consumable supplies

32.

c. Logistics Supplies
d. Repair parts

Which of the following ammunition is not gun ammunition?


a. Bag ammunition
b. Fixed ammunition

33.

c. Wear a life jacket


d. Secure a lifeline to your body

c. Rocket ammunition
d. Semi-fixed ammunition

Most accidental discharge of firearms is caused by:


a.
b.
c.
d.

Carelessness in handling the firearms


Failure of the firearms mechanical parts
Faulty ammunition
Faulty safety measures
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34.

Which of the following measures should you take to treat a slight cut on your hand if
you cannot get medical attention immediately?
a.
b.
c.
d.

35.

Bandage it tightly w/ a handkerchief


Cover it w/ clean oil or grease
Soak it in salt water
Wash it in soap & water

A vertical extension on the mast from which the ship commission pennant is flown.
a. Flag staff
b. Gaff

36.

Which is NOT a classifications of court martial?


a.
b.

37.

c. Jackstaff
d. Pigstick

Civil
Special

c. General
d. Summary

Who among the following PCG uniformed personnel are you going to consult when
you are in doubt as to the condition of a rope?
a. Boatswains mate
b. Electrician

38.

It is also known as the foreshore and seashore and sometimes referred to as the
littoral zone.
a.
b.

39.

Continental Slope
Intertidal Zone

Atomic Absorption Spectrometer


Fourier Transformer Infrared
Gas Chromatograph w/ Mass Spectrometer
High Performance Liquid Chromatograph

Which of the following terms means the opening in a bulwark which gives access to a
brow?
a. Accommodation ladder
b. Gangplank

41.

c. Mangrove
d. Middle Tidal Zone

Used to differentiate vegetable oil, animal oil and mineral oil, which is also used during
initial analysis of spilled oil.
a.
b.
c.
d.

40.

c. Engineman
d. Quartermaster

c Gangway
d. Ramp

The vessel safety inspections conducted by the PCG prior to departure is focused on:
a.
b.
c.
d.

Clear grounds that the vessel does not comply with safety requirements;
Competency of the crew
Continuing compliance with safety standards
Equipped with required firefighting and lifesaving appliances
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42.

The vessel safety inspection is described as:


a.
b.
c.
d.

43.

More detailed inspection is done:


a.
b.
c.
d.

44.

Final Passenger Manifest


Initial Passenger Manifest
Passenger Manifest
Total Authorized passenger capacity

It is an area within defined limits in which one-way traffic is established.


a.
b.
c.
d.

48.

Clear grounds Report


Emergency Circumstance Report
Emergency Readiness Evaluation Report
Passenger Manifest

The list of persons who boarded the vessel is referred to as:


a.
b.
c.
d.

47.

Final passenger manifest


Initial Passenger Manifest
Passenger capacity
Total authorized passenger capacity

An assessment report conducted by the VSE Inspectors in relation to emergency


response of officers and crew of the vessel on dealing evitable emergency
circumstances is referred to as:
a.
b.
c.
d.

46.

When no PDI was conducted


When there are clear grounds of unseaworthiness
When there is stoppage of an operation
When the vessels condition does not comply substantially

The list of passengers who have been issued with tickets for a particular voyage is
referred to as:
a.
b.
c.
d.

45.

Carried out only by qualified inspectors


Checklist based procedure
Vessel specific;
Without prejudice to the conduct of random inspection

Area to be avoided
Precautionary area
Recommended Track
Traffic Lane

Defined as the area where a typhoon may probably pass during the next 48 hours
graphically constructed is referred as:
a. Area to be avoided
b. Danger Sector
c. Precautionary area
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d. Traffic Lane
49.

Refers to those voyages where the distance from the point of origin to the point of
destination shall not exceed four kilometers or 2.16 NM.
a.
b.
c.
d.

50.

A vessel, which is required by the Rules of the Road to give way to another vessel
during a crossing situation is referred to as:
a.
b.
c.
d.

51.

Buoyage System
Cardinal Mark
Isolated Danger Marks
Lateral Mark

Refers to a rescue of seriously damage or incapacitated ship and towing her to a safe
place.
a.
b.
c.
d.

55.

Articulated Buoy
Buoys
Cardinal Marks
Racon

It is a mark erected on, or moored on or above, an isolated danger which has


navigable waters all around it:
a.
b.
c.
d.

54.

Buoyage System
Cardinal Mark
Cardinal System
Lateral Mark

Are floating structures, moored to the bottom, used to mark channels and fairways
and others dangers to navigation, where permanent structures would be either
uneconomical or impractical.
a.
b.
c.
d.

53.

Burdened vessel
Privileged vessel
Self-propelled barges.
Tankers

A system consisting of those aids to navigation, floating and fixed, lighted and
unlighted that have been established referred to as:
a.
b.
c.
d.

52.

Long Distance Voyages


Route Areas Voyages
Short Distance Voyages
Special Areas Voyages

Rescue
Safety
Salvage
Towing

A memorandum Circular that requires a navigational clearance for road bridges:


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a.
b.
c.
d.
56.

It is a set of procedures and guidelines entailing the prescribed standard of actions in


preparing for conducting and terminating operations.
a.
b.
c.
d.

57.

Coast guard districts


Judges office
Police station
The Prosecutors office

A Search Warrant is valid within:


a.
b.
c.
d.

61.

After-mission Report
Apprehension Report
Investigation Report
MARSLEN Report

If the offense requires a preliminary investigation, the complaint shall be filed with:
a.
b.
c.
d.

60.

Law Enforcement Operations


Maritime Security operations
Rules of Engagement
Use of Force operations

A report that must be submitted immediately upon a completion of a mission:


a.
b.
c.
d.

59.

Law Enforcement Operations


Maritime Security Operations
Rules of Engagement
Use of Force Operations

The operations conducted by government agencies in pursuance of law enforcement:


a.
b.
c.
d.

58.

MC 05-96
MC 05-97
MC 05-98
MC 05-99

10 days upon it is issued


11 days upon it is issued
15 days upon it is issued
16 days upon it is issued

Signifies a reasonable ground of suspicion supported by circumstances sufficiently


strong in themselves to warrant a cautious mans belief that the person accused is
guilty of the offense with which he is charged is referred as:
a.
b.
c.
d.

Exigent Circumstances
Illustrative Case
Probable Cause
Substantial Evidence

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62.

Is the stage wherein a person (suspect) undergoes questioning initiated by a law


enforcement officer after the person has been taken into custody or otherwise
deprived of his freedom of action in any significant way:
a.
b.
c.
d.

63.

Refers to a vessel not at anchor, a ground or made fast to shore:


a.
b.
c.
d.

64.

Constrained by draft
Not under Command
Restricted Visibility
Underway

Refers to a vessel or watercraft that is subject for law enforcement operations.


a.
b.
c.
d.

65.

Custodial Investigation
Inquest Proceedings
Probable Cause
Substantial Evidence

Assumed Hostile vessel


Hostile watercraft
Non-hostile watercraft
Target Vessel

SUA stand for:


a. Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of
Maritime Navigation
b. Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of
Maritime Security
c. Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts
d. Convention for the Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Maritime Navigation

66.

It is the prescribed publication pertaining to matters that are directive, advisory or


informative in nature, the term of which may either be temporary or permanent in
duration.
a.
b.
c.
d.

67.

General orders
Letter orders
Memorandum
Special orders

It is a set of instructions in giving the procedures to be followed as a matter of routine,


like the preparation and submission of reports or performance of those features of
operations both tactical and administrative which commander desires to make as
routine:
a.
b.
c.
d.

General Orders
Letter of Instructions
Memorandum of Agreement
Standing Operating Procedures

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68.

It is a published document prescribing guidance for operations involving large


command and control thereof over a long period of time, which may be distributed to
other interested commands for information:
a.
b.
c.
d.

69.

Part of the LOI which described the concept of operations and tasks to be performed
by concerned units:
a.
b.
c.
d.

70.

Awarding Authority
Disciplinary Board
Reporting Authority
Unit Commander

Delinquency Reports which have been acted upon by the Awarding Authority and the
commensurate punishment is imposed:
a.
b.
c.
d.

74.

Personnel Action Form


Personal History Summary
Letter of Instructions
Summary of Information

Has the jurisdiction to hear and deliberate the submitted DR taking into consideration
the explanation of the offender and submit the result of their findings to respective
CGETC Unit Commander.
a.
b.
c.
d.

73.

Directive
General Orders
Letter of Instructions
Special Orders

A form that will be used to request, recommend, direct or report of any personnel for
which no other standard form is required:
a.
b.
c.
d.

72.

Administration and Logistics


Execution
Mission
Situation

Routine directives that pertain to personnel administration which may either be


temporary or permanent in effect:
a.
b.
c.
d.

71.

General Orders
Letter of Instructions
Radio Messages
Special Orders

Awarded DR
Moral Certainty
Revoked DR
Reporting Authority

A Delinquency report which contains a valid and justifying explanation thus


exonerating the offender from the offense committed:
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a.
b.
c.
d.
75.

Refers to Commander, CGETC and Unit Commanders who may award the
appropriate punishment in connection with the DR.
a.
b.
c.
d.

76.

Garboard
Plating
Sheer
Weather

A term applied to any one of the partition walls which subdivide the interior of a ship
into compartments or rooms.
a.
b.
c.
d.

80.

Platform Deck
Protective Deck
Quarter Deck
Weather deck

The outside covering or the skin of the ship, sometimes known as the strakes.
a.
b.
c.
d.

79.

Flag Staff
Hanger winch
Rope reel
Tender

Partial deck below the lowest complete deck, which admits machineries.
a.
b.
c.
d.

78.

Awarding Authority
Disciplinary Board
Reporting Authority
Unit Commanding Officer

A rod or a post where the national ensign is hoisted located at the after section of the
ship.
a.
b.
c.
d.

77.

Awarded DR
Moral Certainty
Reporting Authority
Revoked DR

Bilge
Bulkhead
Hulls
Stanchions

It is the water and other form of liquids ex: (water, sea water, oil, sludge, chemicals)
accumulated in the lowest part of the ship.
a. Ballast Water
c. Clean Ballast

81.

b. Bilge Water
d. Clean Water

The Annex I under the MARPOL 73/78 refers to:

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a. Regulations for the Control of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk


b. Regulation for the Prevention of Pollution by Oil
c. Prevention of Pollution by Harmful Substances Carried by Sea in Packaged
Form
d. Prevention of Pollution by Sewage from Ships
82.

The mandatory Annexes in MARPOL 73/78 are:


a.
b.
c.
d.

83.

Annex I and Annex II


Annex III and Annex IV
Annex IV and Annex V
Annex V and Annex VI

The weight of the ship including cargo, passengers, fuel, water, stores, dunnage and
such other items necessary for use on a voyage, which brings the ship down to her
load draft is called:
a. Deadweight
b. Displacement, Light

84.

c. Displacement, Loaded
d. Gross Tonnage

The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and


Watchkeeping (STCW) for seafarers was adapted by member nations of the
International Maritime Organization (IMO) during an international conference in:
a.
b.
c.
d.

1912
1976
1977
1978

85. The first version of SOLAS is in response to:


a. L/A Titanic
b. M/V Titanic

c. RHM Titanic
d. R/M Titanic

86. The first adoption of SOLAS was:


a. 01 April 1974
b. 01 May 1974

c. 01 Oct 1974
d. 01 Nov 1974

87. Which survey is not intended for passenger ships stated on regulation 7 of SOLAS
74?
a. Anchor Survey
b. Annual Survey
88.

Which of the following is not an element of fire?


a. Flame Suppression
b. Fuel

89.

c. Initial Survey
d. Renewal Survey

c. Heat
d. Oxygen

What is GPS stands for?

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a. Global Pattern System


b. Global Position Standard
90.

EPIRB stands for:


a.
b.
c.
d.

91.

Electronic Position Indicating Radio Beacon


Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon
Emergency Positioning Indicating Radiation Beacon
Emergency Positioning Indicating Radio Beacon

How many chapters do SOLAS 74 has?


a. 12
b. 14

92.

c. 15
d. 16

When the water evaporates from the heat of the fire, this takes a large quantity of
energy from the fire.
a. Hard Water
b. Mist

93.

c. Soft Water
d. Solid Water

When released into a closed space, it will form a mist:


a. CO
b. HO

94.

c. Heat
d. Liquid

ISM Code stands for:


a.
b.
c.
d.

95.

c. Global Position System


d. Global Preparation System

International Safety Management


International Safeguard Management
International Ship Management
Inter Ship Management

ARPA stands for:


a. Automatics Radar Aid
c. Automatic Radar Plotting Aid
b. Automatic Radio Aids d. Automatic Radar Plotting Aids

96.

Means a voyage from a country to which the present Convention applies to a port
such country, or conversely.
a. International Convention
b. Inter-domestic Voyage

97.

c. Inter Island Voyage


d. International Voyage

It is a radio and equipment and installation including any used in life saving
appliances. Valid up to five (5) years, but subject for annual survey, supplemented by
a record of equipment.
a. Cargo Ship Radio Certificate
b. Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate
c. Fishing Boat Radio Certificate
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d. Yacht Radio Certificate


98.

These are really watertight closing appliances, used in watertight bulkheads, for
instance between engine rooms called:
a. Accommodation Doors
b. Interior Doors

99.

It is considered as the excellent extinguishing agent onboard ship.


a. CO
b. Foam

100.

c. Halon
d. Water

Every ship needs means of getting people on board safely called:


a. Accommodation Ladder
b. Firemans Ladder

101.

Marine Safety Committee


Mariners Safety Committee
Maritime Safety Command
Marine Standard Committee

The STCW stands for:


a.
b.
c.
d.

104.

Standard Trainers, Certification and Watch


Safety of Training, Certification and Watches
Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping
Standard Trainings, Certification for Watchkeeping

Is a chemical reaction caused when a flammable compound reacts with oxygen?


a. Combustion
b. Fuel

105.

c. Heat
d. Ignition

The heat that is necessary to start the fire must possess certain elements.
a. Combustion
b. Fuel

106.

c. Safety Net
d. Safety Rope

In SOLAS 74 MSC stands for:


a.
b.
c.
d.

103.

c. Jacobs Ladder
d. Open Ladder

The accommodation ladder is a safety measure base on SOLAS 74:


a. Safety Brake
b. Safety Hat or Hard Hat

102.

c. Exterior Doors
d. Watertight Doors

c. Heat
d. Ignition

The first line of defense on board is usually the:


a. Abandon Ship
b. Fire Drill

c. Portable Fire Extinguisher


d. Water

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107.

Which of the following is not an advantages of CO (Carbon Dioxide)?


a. No Consequential damage
b. Relatively low cost material
c. The action is not repeatable
d. Transport over long distance

108.

What is the amendment relating to personnel on passenger and ro-ro passenger


ships?
a. 1991 Amendments
b. 1994 Amendments

109.

c. 1997 Amendments
d. 1998 Amendments

How many minimum hours of rest in any 24-hours period required for watchkeepers?
a. 5
b. 15

110.

When did Manila Amendments adopted?


a. 25 June 2010
b. 25 August 2010

111.

c. Port State Control


d. MARINA

Which identifies the countries that have demonstrated a plan of full compliance with
the STCW Convention and Code as revised in 1995?
a. The Black List
b. The Pink List

114.

c. 07 September 1978
d. 07 October 1978

What is the authority of an administration has over vessels with their own registration
(flag) regardless of where they are operating?
a. Flag State Control
b. IMO

113.

c. 25 September 2010
d. 25 October 2010

When STCW was first adopted?


a. 07 July 1978
b. 07 August 1978

112.

c. 10
d. 20

c. The White List


d. The Yellow List

As a flag state, the Philippines regulates the operation of how many vessels?
a. 10
b. 500

c. 1000
d. 1500

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115.

Based on Manila Amendments, the intervals between consecutive periods of rest shall
not exceed for how many hours?
a. 10
b. 12

116.

Refers to the document issued by the MARINA to all Filipino seafarers and other ship
personnel complement onboard vessels below 35 GT.
a.
b.
c.
d.

117.

c. 14
d. 16

Seafarers Identification Book


Seafarers Institution Book
Seafarers Instruction Book
Seafarers Internal Book

In the Philippines under a MARINA Circular No.2010 - 02, how much is the first
offense penalty of a Shipping Company for the deploying a seafarer without SIB
onboard vessel?
a. Php 1,000.00
b. Php 5,000.00

118.

c. Php 10,000.00
d. Php 15,000.00

In the Philippines under a MARINA Circular No.2010 - 02, how much is the first
offense penalty of a Seafarer for holding fake/tampered/forged SIB?
a. Php 1000.00
b. Php 10,000.00

119.

c. Php 5000.00
d. Php 15,000.00

What is the authority of an administration has over vessels operating within their
waters (jurisdiction) regardless of Flag?
a. IMO
b. Flag State Control

120.

c. Port State Control


d. MARINA

Refers to the duly certificated and/or licensed deck, engine and radio officer onboard.
a. Cook
b. Mess Man

c. Ship Officer
d. Steward

121. It is a training course prescribed for seafarers onboard ships 35 GT and above under
Regulation VI/I of the STCW Convention, as amended.
a. Basic Safety Training
b. Basic Situation Training

c. Basic Standard Training


d. Basic States Training

122. Which is not a part of the BST modules based on the IMO Model Course.
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a. Banking
b. Elementary First Aid
123.

This is a valid document, by whatever name it may be known, issued by the


Administration, authorizing the holder to serve as stated in this document.
a.
b.
c.
d.

124.

c. Fire Fighting
d. Personal Survival Technique

Copy of Certificates
Duplication of Certificates
Destruction of Certificates
Endorsement of Certificates

This means the recognition of training certificates issued by other flag states.
a. Addition Entry
b. Cross Entry

125.

c. Division Entry
d. Subtraction Entry

What are the instruments which state or reflect decisions taken by the entity which is
empowered to adopt them?
a. Code
b. Convention

126.

c. Regulations
d. Resolutions

How many chapters are present in the Annex of STCW 95?


a. 2
b. 4

c. 6
d. 8

127. It is one of the significantly changed by STCW that is monitoring of training,


assessment and certification procedures.
a. Quality Safety System
b. Quality Security System
128.

What is the authority granting the training courses of seafarers?


a. CHED
b. MARINA

129.

c. Quality Standards System


d. Quality Station System

c. MTC
d. PRC

From the list, which among the following actions is recommended when entering an
area known for pirate activity?
a. Confine all ships personnel in one room
b. Transit with maximum safe speed
c. Transit at night time only
d. Turn off all lights
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130.

Who is responsible in issuing an ISPS certificate?


a. Flag State
b. Inspection Authority

131.

c. Insurance Company
d. Port State

Who is primarily responsible for the development of the Ship Security Plan?
a. Classification Society
b. Company Security Officer
c. Port Facility Security Officer
d. Ship Security Officer

132.

Which Security Level requires the highest security alert?


a. Security Level 1
b. Security Level 2

133.

c. Security Level 3
d. Security Level 4

What is a Declaration of Security?


a. A Checklist jointly completed by the ship and port facility security officer
during different security levels
b. A checklist jointly completed by the ship security representative and the
Philippine Coast Guard
c. A document between the Port and the Cargo owner stating security
arrangements
d. A document between the Port and Flag state stating security alertness

134.

Which of the Convention makes the ISPS mandatory?


a.
b.
b.
c.

135.

When is a visitor required to present an ID?


a.
b.
c.
d.

136.

Security Level 1, 2 and 3


Security Level 2 and 3
Security Level 3
Security Level 4

Who is responsible for the regular security inspection of the ship?


a.
b.
c.
d.

137.

MARPOL
SOLAS
STCW 95
COLREGS

The Classification Society


The Company Security Officer
The Port Facility Security Officer
The Ship Security Officer

ISPS had been entered into force since:


a. June 24, 2004

c. July 1, 2004
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b. June 4, 2004
138.

d. July 4, 2004

It is an agency primarily responsible for all anti-smuggling operations in maritime


waters in the Philippines as per Presidential Memorandum No. 225:
a. Bureau of Customs
b. Philippine Coast Guard

139.

It is an examination of a mans house or other building, premises or of a person with a


view to the discovery of contraband or stole property or some evidence of guilt to be
used in the prosecution of a criminal action for some offense with which he is charged:
a. Arrest
b. Search

140.

Affidavit of Apprehending Party


Bio-data of Apprehended Person
Investigation Report
Medical Certificate

In filing a criminal case to the court against apprehended suspects in violation of


Section 88 of RA 8550, Illegal Fishing by means of Explosive, what is the most
important evidence that should be presented?
a.
b.
c.
d.

142.

Fish Sample
Explosive
Inventory List of Confiscated Items
Scientific Examination Report of Fish Samples

What section in the Bill of Rights that states No person shall be deprived of life, liberty
or property without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal
protection of the laws?
a. Section 1
b. Section 2

143.

c. Section 3
d. Section 4

In the Bill of Rights, what section that states Any person under investigation for the
commission of an offense shall have that right to be informed of his right to remain
silent and to have competent and independent counsel of his own choice?
a. Section 12
b. Section 13

144.

c. Seizure
d. Warrant

What document or certificate that should be presented to the proper authority upon
turn-over of custody of apprehended person except turn-over of custody receipt?
a.
b.
c.
d.

141.

c. Philippine National Police


d. PRC

c. Section 14
d. Section 15

How many days after the conclusion of the preliminary investigation of the Municipal
Judge before it shall transmit to the provincial or city prosecution for appropriate action
on the resolution?
a. 5 Days
b. 7 Days

c. 10 Days
d. 20 Days
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145.

Which is not included as one of the powers and functions of PCG under RA 9993 of
Section 3?
a. Subject to the approval of the Commandant, PCG, to issue and enforce
rules and regulations for the promotion of safety and life and property at sea
on all maritime related activities.
b. To conduct emergency readiness evaluation on merchant marine vessels.
c. To detain, stop or prevent a ship or vessel which does not comply with
safety standards, rules and regulations from sailing or leaving port
d. To issue permits for the salvage of vessels and to supervise all marine
salvage operations, as well as prescribe and enforce rules and regulations
governing the same

146.

How many drums of PCG approved oil dispersants for Oil Refineries as required by
companies engaged in oil?
a.
b.
c.
d.

147.

In RA no. 9993, what function of the MARINA was returned to the PCG?
a.
b.
c.
d.

148.

Amidship
Port Side
Starboard Side
Waterline

In case of a collision of the ship, the following should be done except:


a.
b.
c.
d.

150.

Emergency Readiness Evaluation


Flag State Control
Maritime Security
Port State Control

PLIMSOL mark is located at:


a.
b.
c.
d.

149.

20 Drums
30 Drums
40 Drums
50 Drums

Check if there is any ingress of water into the engine room


Stop the fuel transfer operation and raise the general alarm
The engine room should be immediately manned in case of ums mode
The crew will then assess the danger of sinking, capsizing of flooding

In case of flooding, which among the following that should not be done?
a. Give little attention that the level should not flood any of the pump of the
engine flywheel bottom level
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b. Once pumping is started make sure the level of water should be going down
and not increasing
c. Raise the emergency alarm, inform the bridge, slow down and stop the
main engine
d. Take care that no water should fall onto any electrical started panel, device
or writing
151.

In case of grounding, which of the following should not be done?


a. Dont stop the main engine and raise the emergency alarm
b. Record the events and status of the main engine
c. Report the condition of the engine room to the master who will assess the
danger of sinking, flooding, capsizing, oil pollution and vessels stability
d. Take the sounding of all double bottom tanks in the engine room as well as
the cargo tanks check for intactness

152.

GMDSS entered into force:


a.
b.
c.
d.

153.

A record of the date, time and location where a commercial vessel discharged
contents from her bilge:
a.
b.
c.
d.

154.

155.

Engine Log Book


Oil Record Book
Oil Balance Book
QM Log Book

Publication concerning change of the status of Aids to Navigation.


a. DSOR
b. NOTAM
c. VSDR
d. WX Report
Distinct feature of lighthouses, light beacons, light buoys and other similar aids to
navigation to ensure that they are not mistaken for other facilities:
a.
b.
c.
d.

156.

1 January 1999
1 January 2000
1 February 1999
1 February 2001

Light Characteristics
Luminosity Characteristics
Structural Foundation
Structural Height

OSRAP stands for:


a. Oil Spill Readiness and Administration Program
b. Oil Spill Readiness and Action Plan
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c. Oil Spill Response and Action Plan


d. Oil Spill Response and Action Project
157.

The awareness of his responsibility to render just and fair service to the people and
state is:
a. Honesty
b. Loyalty

158.

Essential requirement for the proper operation and maintenance of buoy system:.
a. Buoy Base
b. Buoy Marker

159.

International Association of Lighthouse Agencies


International Association of Lighthouse Authorities
International Association of Light station Administration
International Association of Light station Authorities

The maintenance and operation of lighthouse, buoys and other NAVAIDS falls on
which PCG functional area:
a. MAREP
b. MAROPS

161.

c. MARSAD
d. MARSAR

In any organization, which is not a purpose of punishment?


a.
b.
c.
d.

162.

c. Buoy Maintenance Manual


d. Buoy Tender

IALA stands for:


a.
b.
c.
d.

160.

c. Professionalism
d. Public Accountability

Deter its members from breaking the rules


Encourage its members to perform well
To determine the capabilities of personnel
To set an example for others not to commit mistakes

The Chairman of the National Committee on Illegal Entrants is:


a. Bureau of Immigration and Deportation
b. Director, EIIB
c. Director, Phil. National Police
d. Secretary of Foreign Affairs

163.

Maritime Safety Information (MSI) messages are to be preceded by:


a. BREAK BREAK
b. MAYDAY MAYDAY

c. PAN PAN
d. SECURITE SECURITE

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164.

Which of the following has jurisdiction over Non-officer and can try minor offense
only?
a. General Court Martial
b. Judicial Court Martial

165.

b. Summary Court Martial


d. Special Court Martial

The competency of seafarers to perform their duties aboard ship are required by:
a. Collision Regulations
b. Load Line Convention

166.

A chemical substance that breaks oil into particles to facilitate biodegradation of oil:
a. Dispersant
c. Saw Dust

167.

To assist PCG in conducting Port State Control Inspection


To assist PCG in SAR Operations
To assist PCG in Marine Environmental Protection
To conduct inspection aboard commercial vessels

Energized electrical fires are classified as:


a. Class A Fire
c. Class B Fire

172.

c. Top Secret
d. Secret

Which is not an objectives of the PCG Auxiliary:


a.
b.
c.
d.

171.

c. ISPS Convention
d. SOLAS Convention

Information of such importance that unauthorized disclosure could reasonably be


expected to cause serious damage to national security:
a. Confidential
b. Restricted

170.

c. Top Secret
d. Secret

The living as well as working conditions of the crew aboard ship are covered by:
a. Collision Regulations
b. ILO Convention

169.

b. Skimmer
d. Solvent

The least degree of classification of a classified document is:


a. Confidential
b. Restricted

168.

c. SOLAS Convention
d. STCW Convention

b. Class C Fire
d. Class D Fire

A container or structure ashore or afloat used for receiving discharges of oil, refuse
and other types of wastes:
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a. Barge Facility
b. Dumping Facility
173.

b. Garbage Facility
d. Reception Facility

The highest deck that extends over the entire ship from stem to stern:
a. Fore Castle Deck
b. Main Deck

174.

c. Partial Deck
d. 0-2 Deck

The PCG National Oil Pollution Contingency Plan is patterned from and in accordance
with:
a. London Convention
b. OPPRC

175.

c. OSPAR
d. OSRAP

As a general rule, SAR crew should not be required to work the number of hours
without mandatory rest period:
a. 4 hours
b. 8 hours

176.

c. 12 hours
d. 24 hours

The thickness of the hull of the ship after dry docking can be found:
a. Bill of Materials
b. Dry docking Plan

177.

c. Shell Expansion Plan


d. Work Plan

The person whose responsibility is to ensure that SAR operations are efficiently
coordinated:
a. District Commander
c. On Scene Commander

178.

Which of the following is not a tool to improve discipline?


a. AFP Circular Nr 17
b. AW 105

179.

c. Court Martial
d. Promotion Board

INMARSAT System has:


a. Two geostationary Satellites
b. Four geostationary Satellites

180.

b. SAR Mission Coordinator


d. Station Commander

c. Four Orbiting Satellites


d. Two Orbiting Satellites

In the PCG organization, maintaining order and discipline among the rank and files is
the primary responsibility of:
a. Chief Master-At-Arms
b. Military Police

c. Sgt-At-Arms
d. Provost Marshal

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181.

In conducting custodial investigation, the person being investigated should be


appraised of:
a.
b.
c.
d.

182.

The constitutional rights of the person being investigated


The name, rank and serial number of investigating officer
The position and civil status of the investigating officer
The type of offense investigated by the investigating bodies

The coverage of the INMARSAT satellites on the earths surface is:


a. From 0 degs to 70 degs N
b. From 60 degs N to 60 degs S

183.

Coast Guard personnel can conduct vessel safety inspection to foreign trade vessels
by implementing which of the following?
a. Flag State Control
c. MARINA

184.

c. Fire Control Station


d. International Shore Connection

The oil water separator is said to be in good operating condition when its output has a
ratio of:
a.
b.
c.
d.

188.

c. PD 704
d. PD 705

Ships general arrangement plan showing clearly the particulars of the fire detection
and fire alarm systems, sprinkler installations, means of access, etc. for fighting and
containment of fire:
a. Damage Control Plan
b. Fire Control Plan

187.

c. Estimated Position
d. Search Area

Better known as the Forestry Laws of the Philippines:


a. PD 600
b. RA 6975

186.

b. Port State Control


d. SOLAS Inspection

The probable location of search object corrected for movement overtime:


a. Datum
b. DR Position

185.

c. From 70 degs N to 70 degs S


d. Entire earths surface

15 Parts Per Million


150 Parts Per Million
75 % Water
100% Water

Implementation of relevant maritime conventions by the National Maritime


Administration on ships flying her flag:
a. Coastal State Implementation
b. Flag State Control Implementation
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c. Port State Control Implementation


d. Marine Environmental Control Implementation
189.

It is a guideline or set of procedure entailing the prescribed standard of actions in


preparing for conducting and terminating operations:
a.
b.
c.
d.

190.

Search Pattern used when the search area is large and there is equal probability of
the target being anywhere in the search area wherein the search legs are parallel with
the major axis:
a.
b.
c.
d.

191.

OPORD
Order of Battle
Rules of Engagement
Rules of the Road

Creeping Search
Parallel Search
Sector Search
Track line Search

It sets down the regular procedures to be followed in the absence of instructions to the
contrary.
a. Personnel action form
b. Letter of Instructions

192.

It is one of the paragraphs of the Letter of Instructions (LOI) which means the clear
and concise statement of the task, which is to be accomplished and the purpose?
a.
b.
b.
d.

193.

Abstract
Execution
Mission
Situation

Which of the following is not a type of Court Martial?


a.
b.
c.
d.

194.

c. Memorandum Circular
d. Standing Operating Procedures

General Court Martial


Special Court Martial
Summary Court Martial
National Court Martial

Type of Courts Martial which has jurisdiction over ASN up to PO2 if they do not object
to trial and consist of one officer only:
a.
b.
c.
d.

General Court Martial


Special Court Martial
Summary Court Martial
National Court Martial

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195.

It is the reading of the charge and specifications and then asking the accused how he
pleads to each specifications and charge:
a.
b.
c.
d.

196.

Under what article of the Articles of War (AW) is fraudulent enlistment in the PCG?
a.
b.
c.
d.

197.

Information
Instrumentation
Intelligence
Investigation

Which of the following is NOT a tool of investigation?


a.
b.
c.
d.

201.

Annual General Implementation


Annual General Inspection
Annual General Interview
Annual General Investigation

The process of looking into the circumstances of a case for the purpose of verifying
and establishing the facts:
a.
b.
c.
d.

200.

AW 65
AW 66
AW 67
AW 69

An inspection conducted by the Command in order to determine and evaluate the


state of morale and discipline, efficiency and economy and operational readiness of all
PCG units:
a.
b.
c.
d.

199.

AW 54
AW 65
AW 67
AW 69

Any soldier who strike/assault, attempt or threaten to strike/assault while in execution


of office; disobey a non-commissioned officer, using threatening or insulting language
or behaving in an insubordinate or disrespectful manner toward a non-commissioned
officer is guilty of what AW?
a.
b.
c.
d.

198.

Assignment
Arraignment
Punishment
Restrictions

Indiscrimination
Information
Instrumentation
Interrogation

A system of bringing in or taking out of country merchandise, forbidden articles or


persons without paying taxes or duties legally imposed on them:

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a. Bombing
b. Loading
202.

Giving regular dole-outs to Customs and other law enforcement authorities to avoid
apprehension is:
a.
b.
c.
d.

203.

c. Shipping
d. Smuggling

Bombing
Bribery
Concealment
Direct Tips

This involves the use of fake owners, more popularly known as combacheros to
evade payment of taxes for bringing in barter trade merchandise in commercial
quantities:
a. Bribery
b. Bombing

204.

c. Concealment
d. Use of Decoys or Dummies

Another Modus Operandi done by covering contraband with legitimate cargoes:


a. Bribery
b. Bombing

205.

c. Concealment
d. Use of Decoys or Dummies

Collecting or gathering fishery species with the use of destructive materials or


substance, electric currents or fishing gear prohibited by existing fishery laws is
considered as:
a. Illegal fishing
b. Poaching

206.

c. Pursening
d. Trawling

The illegal fishing venture of foreign vessels/nationals within the Philippine territorial
water is called:
a. Illegal fishing
b. Poaching

207.

c. Pursening
d. Trawling

It is a bag-shaped net which is dragged or towed along the bottom or through the
water column by straining the fish catch from the water or mid water:
a. Illegal fishing
b. Poaching

208.

c. Pursening
d. Trawling

Modus Operandi in which goods are unloaded from ocean going vessel to other
smaller watercraft either at sea, outside the breakwater or anchorage area:
a. Bombing
b. Direct tips

209.

c. Shipside unloading
d. Use of private wharves

Port State Implementation refers to:


a. All vessels engage in domestic trade calling to our port
b. All vessels engage in international trade calling to our port
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c. All vessels engage in international and domestic trade calling to our port
d. All vessels engage in local and commercial trade calling to our port
210.

Creation of National Operation Center of Oil Pollution (NOCOP):


a. EO 477
b. PD 600

211.

c. PD 602
d. PD 702

The territorial water of a state is measured:


a. 12NM from its baseline
b. 24NM from its baseline

212.

During man over board, what kind of flag is being displayed?


a. Alpha flag
b. India flag

213.

International Maritime Satellite


International Maritime Search and Assistance Team
International Maritime Service and Training
International Maritime Standard and Training

A device used to collect or recover oil spillage from water:


a. Curtain Boom
b. Fence Boom

215.

Search and Rescue Team


Search and Rescue Transceiver
Search and Rescue Transmitter
Search and Rescue Transponder

SOPEP stands for:


a.
b.
c.
d.

217.

Safety Oil Pollution Emergency Plan


Safety Oil Prevention Emergency Plan
Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan
Shipboard Oil Prevention and Emergency Plan

Material that are used to absorb oil or other liquid substance:


a. Boom
b. Dispersant

218.

c. Oil Recovery
d. Oil Skimmer

SART means:
a.
b.
c.
d.

216.

c. Oscar flag
d. Romeo flag

What is INMARSAT?
a.
b.
c.
d.

214.

c. 200NM from the shoreline


d. 1000NM from the shoreline

c. Oil Skimmer
d. Sorbents

IOPPC stands for:


a. International Oil Pollution Planning Certificate
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b. International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate


c. International Oil Pollution Project Certificate
d. International Oil Pollution Program Certificate
219.

Which of the following security areas requires a system of personnel identification and
control but may not require security clearance?
a.
b.
c.
d.

220.

When classified information is lost or compromised, all holders of copies of the


information are informed by the:
a.
b.
c.
d.

221.

Controlled area
Limited area
Restricted area
Secured area

Board that conduct the initial inquiry


Investigative services of the office of the naval intelligence
Originator of the information
Personnel having custodian responsibility for the information

What phrase normally follows the signature when an officer or the staffs of a
command signs an official letter to subordinate commander?
a. By authority
b. By command

222.

c. By direction
d. By order

It comprises the Philippine Archipelago, with the entire island and waters embraced
therein and all other territories over which the Philippine has sovereignty or
jurisdiction:
a. National Territory
b. Part of Philippine Territory

223.

12NM Miles from the baseline, it is the coastal state that is free to set laws and
regulate use to any resource:
a. Baseline
b. Contiguous zone

224.

c. EEZ
d. Territorial Waters

Which of the following military offenses is best described by the collective


insubordinate or groups willful resistance against duly constituted military authority.
a. Insurgency
b. Rebellion

225.

c. Portion of mainland
d. Territorial Waters

c. Mutiny
d. Sedition

It is an inquiry or proceeding to determine whether there is sufficient ground to


endanger a well-founded belief that a crime has committed and that the respondent is
probably guilty thereof and should be held for trial:
a. Investigation
b. Formal Investigation

c. Preliminary Investigation
d. Interrogation

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226.

227.

It is a sworn statement charging a person with an offense subscribe by the offended


party, any peace officer or any or other public officer-in-charge with the enforcement of
the law that was violated:
a. Complaint
c. Affidavit
b. Sworn statement
d. Evidence
Rules of Evidence provide for the minimum qualification to be a witness:
a. Material Evidence
b. Relevant Evidence

228.

c. Qualification Evidence
d. Documentary Evidence

The casualty or accident involving any vessel other than a naval vessel, which occurs
within the navigable water of the Republic of the Philippines is called:
a. Grounding
b. Collision

229.

c. Marine Casualty
d. Sinking

A transit of any vessel on the waters of a state is________.


a. Force Majeure
b. Innocent Passage

230.

Material that are used to absorb oil or other liquid substance:


a. Boom
b. Dispersant

231.

c. Formal Investigation
d. Preliminary Investigation

It is a sworn written statement charging person with an offense subscribe by the


offended party, any peace officer or any or other public officer-in-charge with the
enforcement of the law that was violated:
a. Affidavit
b. Complaint

234.

c. Search Warrant
d. Warrant of Arrest

It is an inquiry or proceeding to determine whether there is sufficient ground to


endanger a well-founded belief that a crime has committed and that the respondent is
probably guilty thereof and should be held for trial:
a. Interrogation
b. Investigation

233.

c. Oil skimmer
d. Sorbents

It is an order inviting issued in the name of the people of the Philippines signed by the
judge after examination under oath or affirmation of the complaint and the witness he
may produce:
a. Arraignment
b. Court Hearing

232.

c. Constructive Presence
d. Hot Pursuit

c. Interrogation
d. Sworn Statement

Every ship of 150 GT and above certified to carry Noxious Liquid Substances in bulk
shall carry onboard :

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a. International oil Pollution Prevention Certificate for Noxious Liquid


Substances (NLS)
b. International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate
c. Garbage Management Plan
d. Shipboard Marine Pollution Emergency Plan for Noxious Liquid
Substances (NLS)
235.

It is a Ballast water introduced into a tank which is completely separated from the
cargo oil and oil fuel system and which is permanently allocated to the carriage of
ballast or to the cargoes other than oil or noxious substance:
a. Bilge Water
b. Clean ballast

236.

How many percentage of Nitrogen is in the atmosphere?


a. 68%
b. 73%

237.

c. Password
d. Watch

It includes everything which is done contrary to justice, honesty, modesty or good


moral.
a. Moral
b. Moral Turpitude

242.

c. Port of Origin
d. Port of Registry

It is a word distinctive sound use to answer a challenge, identifies the person or party
to halt and identified:
a. Challenge
b. Countersign

241.

c. Not Ready for Sea


d. Violation

Means the port in the Philippines where the ships record of registry is kept and
maintained.
a. Country of Origin
b. Country Registry

240.

c. Flash Point
d. Flash Pound

In Port State Control, it means a condition found not be incompliance with the
requirements of the relevant regulation.
a. Deficiency
b. Efficiency

239.

c. 78%
d. 87%

It is the lowest temperature at which this situation occurs:


a. Flash Heat
b. Flash Pale

238.

c. Oil Separator
d. Segregated Ballast

c. Loyalty
d. Security Risk

It is information which reflects unfavorably on the character, integrity, loyalty, or


reliability of an individual.
a. Character

c. Integrity
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b. Derogatory Information
243.

The inspection and servicing of inflatable life rafts aboard ship should be done:
a. As often as practicable
b. Once a year

244.

Commitment to Public Interest


Political Neutrality
Responsiveness to the Public
Solicitation or Acceptance of Gifts

It is the unlawful use of force or violence against individual or property to coerce or


intimidate government societies often to achieve political, religious or ideological
objectives.
a. Piracy
b. Poaching

249.

c. Terrorism
d. Terrorist

Which of the following military offenses is best described by the collective


insubordinate or groups willful resistance against duly constituted military authority?
a. Insurgency
b. Mutiny

250.

c. RA 1959
d. Treaty of Paris

Which of the following constitute a prohibited act among public officials and
employees in the discharge and execution of official duties?
a.
b.
c.
d.

248.

c. Military
d. Totalitarian

The 200 miles Exclusive Economic Zone of the Philippines was established by virtue
of:
a. PD 1595
b. PD 1599

247.

c. Countersign
d. Password

The Government is of the people, by the people and for the people:
a. Democracy
b. Hierarchy

246.

c. Once in every three years


d. Once in every two year

It consist of a secret challenge and reply to aid the guard/sentinels in the scrutiny of
persons who apply to pass the lines or it may be defined as a secret challenge and
the secret password.
a. Challenge
b. Code

245.

d. Moral

c. Rebellion
d. Sedition

The right of non-interference enjoyed by foreign vessels engages in non-threatening


transit inbound, outbound or through a territorial sea:
a. Hot pursuit
b. Human Rights

c. Right of Innocent Passage


d. Right of visit

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