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Professional Regulation

Commission

STEPS IN
FILING
APPLICATION
FOR THE
LICENSURE
EXAMINATIONS

Where is PRC located in


Manila?

located at P. Paredes St. corner Morayta St. in


Sampaloc, Manila

Secure Application Form from the PRC


Customer Service Center (CSC) and
accomplish the same.

Submit the Application Form for


processing and evaluation together with
the following:

Original and xerox copies of Transcript


of Records with Special Order and Date
of Graduation with SCANNED

PICTURES AND WITH REMARKS


FOR BOARD EXAMINATION
PURPOSES ONLY
Original and photo/xerox copy of NSOissued Birth Certificate

Original and xerox copies of NSOissued Marriage Contract in NSO


security paper (for married female only)

Four (4) passport size colored


pictures in white background with
complete name tag

Current Community Tax Certificate

(Cedula)
Other specific requirements as required by
the Commission or the Professional
Regulatory Board
NOTE: Secure the ff from the processor
upon approval of your application:
Permanent Examination and Registration
Record card (PERRC)
Notice of Admission (NOA)

Pay examination fee at any of the cashier


windows and get official receipt.
Baccalaureate Degree - P900.00
Non-Baccalaureate Degree - P600.00
Removal - P450.00

Pay for metered documentary stamps


and mailing envelope with metered
documentary stamps at the Customer
Service Center.

Proceed to any of the Issuance Windows


(Window 9, 10, 11, 12) for final review of
qualifications and documents and

issuance of NOA, Program of


Examination, Examinee's Kit and
Self-Instruction Sheet.

Bring your NOA when you verify with the


PRC your school/building
assignment which will be posted at the
PRC premises two (2) or three (3)

working days before examination


date.

WHAT TO DO AFTER FILING


APPLICATION
Secure a copy of the Program of
Examination from the Application Division
or Customer Service Center.
Your school / building assignment will be
posted one or two days before the first day
of the examination, visit for environmental
and transport familiarization.

EXAM DAY PREPARATION


WHAT TO BRING:
Notice of Admission
Application Stub
Two or more pencils (No.2)
Ball pens with BLACK INK ONLY
1 piece Metered-Stamp Window Envelope
1 piece Long Brown Envelope
1 piece Long Transparent (non-colored)
Plastic Envelope

What to Wear on
Examination Days
MALE school uniform / white polo shirt
or T-shirt (tucked in)
FEMALE school uniform / white blouse
or T-shirt

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Report to the Test Center before 6:30am


on the first day of examination to verify

your room and seat number. Late


examinees will not be admitted.
Attend to your personal needs before the
start of examination in every subject. No

examinee will be allowed to go out of


the examination room while the
examination is in progress.

Always put your answer sheet on top of


the armchair while taking the examination.
Stop answering the test questions at the
end of the time allotted for the subject.
Arrange your test papers as follows:
Notice of Admission;
Answer Sheet; and
Test Questionnaire

Do not leave the room until


your answer sheet and test question set are
received by the room watchers,
you have signed, indicated the time and set (A
or B) on the Examinees Record of
Attendance, and
the lower portion of your Notice of Admission
(Certification on the Receipt of Test Papers) is
signed by the Room Watchers and returned to
you.

Prohibited Acts Inside the


Examination Room
Accepting or receiving anything,
including food from any person while the
examination is in progress.
Giving money, food, or any favor
and other consideration to the Room

Watchers and other examination


personnel.

Loitering, talking, or discussing your


answers inside the room or along the
corridor while the examination is in
progress.
Putting any of the following markings on
your answer sheets: name, seat number,
unnecessary words or phrases, strokes,
dots or any other marks not called for in
the test questions.

Penalties
1. Placing of name in the space provided
for the subject of the examination shall be,
aside from the cancellation of the

examination papers, suspension from


taking the examination for one (1)
year;
2. Multiple markings shall be cancellation
of the examinees examination and

suspension from taking the


examination for two (2) years.

Prohibited Acts Inside the


Examination Room
Taking out the examination room test
questions used or pages

Copying or referring to any


solution, answer or work of
another examinee or allowing
anyone to copy or refer to your
work, helping or asking help from any
person or communication with anyone by

means of words, signs, gestures,


codes and other similar acts which
enable you to exchange, impart or
acquire relevant information.

Bringing inside the examination rooms the


following: books, notes, review materials
and other printed materials containing principles or
excerpts, PROGRAMMABLE CALCULATORS,
CELLULAR PHONES, beeper, portable personal
computers or other similar gadgets/devices. The act
shall be considered cheating and/or act of
dishonesty and shall be a ground for the

cancellation of your examinations (PRC


Resolution No. 463 dated November 27,
1996).

Do not bring bags of any kind in


the examination room. Keep allowed
items and valuables inside your plastic
envelope. PRC will not be answerable for
lost items.

SCOPE OF LICENSURE EXAM


FOR ECE
Mathematics (20%)
General Engineering and Applied
Sciences (20%)
Electronics Engineering (30%)
Electronics System and Technologies
(30%)

MATHEMATICS (20%)
1. Algebra & General Mathematics
2. Geometry
3. Trigonometry
4. Calculus
5. Mathematics Laws, Terms and
Theories

GENERAL ENGINEERING
& APPLIED SCIENCES
(20%)
1. Engineering Mechanics
2.
3.
4.
5.

Strength of Materials
College Physics
General chemistry
Thermodynamics

6. Engineering Materials
7. Engineering Economics

ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING (30%)
1. Electricity/Magnetism Fundamentals
2. Electrical Circuit
3. Solid State Devices/Circuits
4.Power Generator / Sources /
Principles / Applications
5. Electronic (Audio/RF) Circuit / Analysis
/ Design

6. Tests and Measurements


7. Microelectronics
8. Industrial Electronics Principles /
Applications
9. Computer Principles

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
AND TECHNOLOGIES
(30%)

1. Radio Communication System


a. Transmission Fundamentals
b. Acoustics
c. Modulation
d. Noise
e. Radiation and Wave Propagation

f. Antennas
g. Wire and Wireless
Communications System
h. Microwave Communications and
Principles
i. Basic principles of variouselectronics systems

2. Digital and Data Communications


a. Digital Communication Networks
b. Fiber Optics
3. Satellite, Broadcasting and Cable TV
Systems
a. Satellite System
b. Broadcasting and Cable TV systems