Board Exam

6 years 11 months ago #9941 by Regs Abinguna
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Tanong ko lang.. How many items per subject are there to be taken in the exam?

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6 years 11 months ago #9973 by Regs Abinguna
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Grabe mahirap ba na tanong yan at hindi makasagot ang mga nkapagtake na ng board exam dito? Gusto ko lang malaman kung ilang items meron kada subject ang ibibigay sa board exam. Huwag nman kayong tamad magreply o maging madamot sa kung anong alam niyo. Sagutin niyo na tanong ko ng hindi na humaba pa ito. hehe joke lang. Sige na naman oh, sagutin niyo na. please... hehehe :)

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6 years 11 months ago #9974 by IamLegend
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Sa pagkakaalam ko ung total subject ay 600 " not sure dahil di pa ako nkatake ng exam " un kase ang sabi ni instructor namen sa review center at ito ung mga subject.


A. Criminal Jurisprudence, Procedure and Evidence - 20%
B. Law Enforcement Administration - 20%
C. Crime Detection and Investigation (CDI) - 20%
D. Criminalistics - 15%
E. Correctional Administration - 10%
F. Sociology of Crimes and Ethics - 15%

Bale ganito daw yan,

1st day of exam
Morning : Criminal Juris 100 items
Afternoon : LEA 100 items

2nd day of exam
Morning : CDI 100 Items
Afternoon : Criminalistics 100 items

Last Day Of Exam
Morning : Correctional Institution 100 Items
Afternoon : Socio Of Crime 100 Items

So Bale 600 items lahat pag kinompute mo cla,

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6 years 6 months ago #10018 by beraquiel abigan
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100 items per subject :P

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