National
Achievement
Test
Grade Six
EXAMINER'S HANDBOOK
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
NATIONAL EDUCA...
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Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 1
Pre-te...
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NAT ACRONYMS
 SDS -Schools Division Superintendent
 RTC -Regional Testing Coordinator
 DTC -Division Testing Coordina...
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EXAMINER’S HANDBOOK
NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST
1. INTRODUCTION
This Examiner’s Handbook is intended for those involved in...
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The Room Examiner’s (RE) Workflow
Receives the TB’s &
AS’s
Counts the TB’s
from the sealed
plastic bags
Signs the For...
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2.1.2 Entrance and Seating Arrangement
1. Inspect the seating arrangement before instructing the examinees to enter the
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5. Questions on the directions or on any test item will not be entertained after the test
has started.
6. Do not write a...
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Pause. Look for raised hands. In case a Test Booklet or an Answer Sheet is
defective, the whole set must be changed. Get...
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Go around to see that this is done by the Examinees correctly.
2.1.6.2 Filling Up Learner Reference Number (LRN)
Say:
Bl...
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2.1.6.8 Filling up School Subject Grade
Say:
Blacken the circles that correspond to your ratings during the third gradin...
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2.2 TEST PROPER
2.2.1 Reading the General Directions (5 minutes)
Everybody, open your Test Booklets. Read the general d...
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2.2.6 Collecting the Answer Sheets and the Test Booklets
After the recorded time to end, say:
Everybody, stop writing. ...
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retaining the Batch Slip inside the plastic bag.
2.3.2.3 Examiner's Handbook
2.3.3 Accounting of Materials by the Chief...
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NETRC FORM 1
REGION: __________________________________________ DIVISION: ____________________________________________
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REGION: ____________________ SCHOOL NAME/TESTING CENTER: __________________________________ DATE OF EXAM. _____________...
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RC Form 5
TEST BOOKLET QUANTITY and COMPLETENESS
VERIFICATION SHEET
Name of School: _____________________ Region: _____...
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NETRC
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No parts of this handbook may
be reproduced in any form.
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Nat examiner's handbook grade 6 2015

G-6 NAT handbook 2015
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  • 1. National Achievement Test Grade Six EXAMINER'S HANDBOOK Republic of the Philippines Department of Education NATIONAL EDUCATION TESTING AND RESEARCH CENTER Pasig City, Philippines 2015
  • 2. 1 Table of Contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 1 Pre-test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2  Board Work  Entrance and Seating Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3  Orientation of the Examinees  Distributing Answer Sheets (AS)and Test Booklets  Checking the TBs and AS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4  Filling in of Information in the Answer Sheet . . . . . . . . . 5 – 7 Test Proper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8  Reading the General Directions  Administering the Examinee’s Descriptive Questionnaire  Accomplishing the Seat Plan  Administering the Subject Area Test  Collecting the AS and TBs, Dismissing the Examinees Post Test . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9  Preparing the Reports and Sealing the ETRE  Turning Over the Materials to the Chief Examiner  Accounting of Materials by the Chief Examiner . . . . . . . . 10  Packing of Test Materials List of NETRC Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 - 16
  • 3. 2 NAT ACRONYMS  SDS -Schools Division Superintendent  RTC -Regional Testing Coordinator  DTC -Division Testing Coordinator  PSS -Private School Supervisor  SH -School Head  STC -School Testing Coordinator  CE -Chief Examiner  RS -Room Supervisor  RE -Room Examiner  LRN -Learner Reference Number  TMs -Test Materials  TB -Test Booklet  AS -Answer Sheet  EH -Examiner’s Handbook  SSH -Scannable School Header  ETRE -Examiner’s Transmittal Report Envelope  CETRE -Chief Examiner’s Transmittal Report Envelope  COR -Certificate of Rating
  • 4. 3 EXAMINER’S HANDBOOK NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST 1. INTRODUCTION This Examiner’s Handbook is intended for those involved in the administration of the National Achievement Test for Grade Six pupils. It outlines the activities to be undertaken at various stages in the activity. To ensure a standardized test administration, this Handbook must be followed strictly. The Chief Examiner’s (CE) Workflow  Keeps the confidentiality of the test materials (Test booklets are stored in a secured room; test boxes are opened on examination day)  Requires every Room Examiner to count the Test Booklets(TBs) while plastic bags are still sealed  Facilitates the signing of Form 3 by Room Examiner (RE)  Accomplishes Forms 4, 5 and 6  Monitors the testing staff activities  Accounting of Materials 1. Collects and accounts all Examiner’s Transmittal Report Envelope (ETRE) assisted by the School Testing Coordinator/Room Supervisor 2. Arranges and bundles them accordingly seeing to it that the number of ETRE’s tallies with the number of testing rooms. A report on the number of ETRE’s should accompany the bundle. 3. Returns to their original plastic bags all used and unused Test Booklets with serial numbers arranged consecutively. These should be resealed by stapling the open end of the plastic bag. 4. Places inside the Chief Examiner’s Transmittal Report Envelope (CETRE) the following materials accomplishing the Chief Examiner’s Transmittal Report: (Unused Answer Sheets, NETRC Form 3, NETRC Form 4 and the School Header) 5. Accomplishes the NETRC Forms 5, 6, all to be submitted to the Division Testing Coordinator (DTC) following the instructions. 6. Submits to DTC Forms 5 and 6 separately. C. Post-Test Activities:B. Test Proper: A. Pre-Test Activities:
  • 5. 4 The Room Examiner’s (RE) Workflow Receives the TB’s & AS’s Counts the TB’s from the sealed plastic bags Signs the Form 3 Posts the replica of the Name Grid and the test coverage Gives the General Directions Distributes the AS then the TB’s Checks if Name Grid, LRN and other information in the AS are properly shaded Facilitates in accomplishing the Form 2 by examinees Administers the Test using Examiner’s Handbook Keeps custody of the excess TB’s in original plastic bags while the test is in progress and the test items are not read by the RE (with sanctions re DepED Order No. 85, s. 1999) Accomplishes Form 1 and Form 7 Retrieves the TB’s Checks the contents of the ETRE (Used AS arranged consecutively by Examinee Number, Time Record, Forms 1, 2 and 7 Seals the ETRE while still in the Examination Room Submits the Examiner’s Handbook, sealed ETRE and the consecutively arranged TB’s to be properly accounted for by the Chief Examiner Retains the Replica of the Name Grid and Examinee Stubs of the examinees in the Guidance Office 2.1 PRE-TEST 2.1.1 Board Work Write the parts of the test on the board or on a Manila paper including the time the test has started and the time it will be finished, as shown below. One Test Booklet (TB) for Mathematics, English, Science, Filipino, and HeKaSi Parts of the Test General Directions & Sample Items Part I (EDQ) Part II (Test Proper) Filipino Mathematics English Break Science HeKaSi Total Time Limit Item Numbers 1- 15 1 – 40 1 – 40 1 – 40 1 – 40 1 – 40 Time Limit 5 mins 5 mins 15 mins 3 hours 50 mins Time Started ______ ______ ______ ______ Time to End ______ ______ ______ ______ Use the same board work for the afternoon session Distribution Room Examination Room Distribution Room (Retrieval Phase)
  • 6. 5 2.1.2 Entrance and Seating Arrangement 1. Inspect the seating arrangement before instructing the examinees to enter the testing room. There should be six rows of armchairs or three rows of desks. In the rows of desks, the first desk from the right (when Room Examiner faces the class) is Rows 1 and 2, the second desks are Rows 3 and 4, and the third desks are Rows 5 and 6. Two pupils shall be seated in each desk. 2. Instruct the examinees to line up outside the room in alphabetical order of their surnames. 3. Instruct them to enter the room also in alphabetical order of their surnames. Let the first six examinees occupy the front line first, then the second, until the last line as shown below: Chalkboard Examiner’s Table Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Line 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 Line 2 7 8 9 10 11 12 Line 3 13 14 15 16 17 18 Line 4 19 20 21 22 23 24 Line 5 25 26 27 28 29 30 4. In no case shall there be more than 30 examinees in a room. 5. Check the attendance by calling out the names of the examinees from the list in NETRC Form 1, List of Examinees, prepared by the School Principal/Testing Coordinator. 6. Check the identities of the examinees inside each examination room by all means (e.g. ID, notebooks bearing the examinee’s name; etc.) using the following procedure: a. Countercheck the identity through the ID. b. If ID is not available, ask the examinee to present a notebook or any belonging bearing his/her name. c. In the absence of requirements for a & b identification materials, ask his/her respective classmates inside the Examination Room to attest the identity. 7. Instruct them that all belongings are placed in front of the room underneath the blackboard; except the pencils, sharpener and a clean sheet of paper. 2.1.3 Orientation of the Examinees After the examinees are seated, say: Good morning everybody. I am (State your name). These are some points you should remember to follow while taking the test. I shall read each one. Read the following slowly and clearly: 1. You will answer all five subjects. 2. If possible, you are not allowed to leave the room once the test has started. 3. Do not open your Test Booklet until you are told to do so. 4. If you have any problem such as missing pages or words that are not printed clearly, raise your hand so I can help you.
  • 7. 6 5. Questions on the directions or on any test item will not be entertained after the test has started. 6. Do not write anything on the Test Booklet. A separate Answer Sheet is provided for your answers. For those answering Mathematics, you may use a clean sheet of paper for your computation but submit this to me after the test. 7. Use lead pencil No. 2 in answering the test. Mechanical pencils are not allowed 8. Remember to keep your Answer Sheet clean and free from unnecessary marks. DO NOT fold, crumple, or crease any portion of it, otherwise it may be rejected by the scanning machine. 9. Select your answer from the given choices, and blacken the circle that corresponds to your answer in the appropriate item number on your Answer Sheet. 10. You may change your answer by erasing it neatly. 11. Work quietly and mind only your own work. Do not use books, dictionaries, rulers, calculators, and cell phones inside the testing room. 12. Refrain from cheating. If you are caught cheating and have been warned twice, but persist on cheating, you will not be allowed to take the test any further. 13. The total time for the test will be 3 hours and 50 minutes. 14. Work fast enough so you will finish the test within a given time. If you finish the test ahead of time review your answers. 15. I will announce when the given time to finish the test is up. 16. When I say STOP, put your pencils down. After you have read the guidelines, allow examinees to go out, if necessary, before distributing the materials. 2.1.4. Distributing the Answer Sheet (AS) and Test Booklets (TBs) Cut with a pair of scissors or a blade one end of the plastic bags (one containing the TBs and the other the AS). Check their quantities and see to it that these are accurate and not tampered. In a pack there are thirty (30) TBs. Each examinee will have one TB and one AS. In the distribution of the TBs and AS follow the numbering of examinees shown on Page 5. Start with the examinee in Number 1, by giving him/her the TB/AS with the lowest serial number and end with examinee in Number 30, giving him/her the highest serial number. Seats of late comers / absentees should be left vacant. Test Booklets and Answer Sheets allocated to the said examinees should be placed inside the original plastic bag by the Room Examiner pending their arrival. However, the Test Materials should not be distributed yet if there are only less than 10 examinees in the room. 2.1.5 Checking the Test Booklets and Answer Sheets After each Examinee has received a Test Booklet and an Answer Sheet, say: Everybody, put the Answer Sheet on your chair/desk. (Wait until everybody has done this.) Look at your Test Booklets. (Pause.) Check the pages one by one. If you notice any misprint or a missing page, raise your hand and I will change it. Pause. Wait until everybody has done this. Then say: Everybody, look at your Answer Sheet. Find out if there are defects. In case there are, raise your hand and I will change them.
  • 8. 7 Pause. Look for raised hands. In case a Test Booklet or an Answer Sheet is defective, the whole set must be changed. Get this from the regular pack, if there are extras; if none, request the Room Supervisor to give you the exact number of copies needed from the buffer which is in the custody of the Chief Examiner. This should be noted in the Examiner’s Report. When all Test Booklets and Answer Sheets have been checked, keep the unused TB and AS in your custody. These will be packed with the others upon submission of reports to the Chief Examiner/School Testing Coordinator during the post test. Let us begin this examination with a prayer printed on page 7 of your Test Booklet. All together, read it silently. Begin. 2.1.6 Filling in of Information in the Answer Sheet The Answer Sheet is composed of two (2) pages printed back to back broken down as follows: The front page (Page 1) contains the circles for the basic information about yourself. The back page, (Page 2) contains the Examinee’s Descriptive Questionnaire (EDQ) circles numbered 1 – 15. It also contains circles numbered 1 – 40 for Filipino, 1 – 40 for Mathematics, 1 – 40 for English, 1 – 40 for Science, and 1 – 40 for HeKaSi. In marking the circle, see to it that the whole space within the circle is fully shaded. 2.1.6.1 Filling up the Name Say: You shall now fill in the information called for on the front page of the Answer Sheet (Replica on page 1). First of all, print your name inside the box provided for in the examinee stub found on the upper portion of the AS. Then print your name inside each box provided for in the name grid. Pause. Give the Examinees enough time to write their names. Then say: Let us accomplish the name grid found on the upper portion of the Answer Sheet. The basic rules in filling up the name grid are as follows: 1. Write only one letter in each box starting with the first box at the left. Below letter Z are Ñ and dash (-). 2. Enter your last name first, then your first name(s) in the allotted box and finally your middle initial in the last box. If you are a “JR", "III", "IV", etc., write it immediately after your last name but leave one blank box in between. 3. If your last name consists of two or more words such as dela Cruz, delos Santos, San Ignacio, etc., write your last names leaving a blank box between. Likewise, if you have two first names write them leaving a blank box in between. 4. If you have long last names and/or first names fill your names up to the last box allotted for your last names and first names. 5. There are two columns for the middle initial. If you have two or more middle names write only the first letter of the first and second middle names (e.g. SJ for San Juan). If you have one middle name, write the first letter in the first box at the left. Pause. Let the Examinees follow the instruction, then, say: If you have filled in your surname, first name and middle initial, blacken the circle below each box which corresponds to the letters written in the boxes.
  • 9. 8 Go around to see that this is done by the Examinees correctly. 2.1.6.2 Filling Up Learner Reference Number (LRN) Say: Blacken the circle corresponding to your 12-digit LRN. It consists of twelve numbers. Check your LRN given by your class adviser. (Go around to check that numbers for the LRN are written correctly in the corresponding boxes). 2.1.6.3 Filling up Birth Date Say: The Birth Date is given in the form of month-day-year, specifically: Example: January 16, 2003 Month - Blacken the circle corresponding to the month of birth which is January. Day - Two columns are allotted for the day although one circle in each column is blackened. The range is from 01 to 31. Days ranging from 1 to 9 are entered as 01 to 09, so blacken 1 in the first column and 6 in the second column. Year - Only the last two digits of the year of birth are entered. Blacken 0 in the first column and 3 in the second column. 2.1.6.4 Filling up Nutritional Status Say: Blacken the circle corresponding to your nutritional status. Example: If you are above normal, blacken above normal; if you are normal, blacken normal. 2.1.6.5 Filling up School ID, Region and Division Codes Say: Your school code is composed of region, division, and school ID. Region and division codes are in combined letters and numbers. School ID is in numbers only. (Refer to your school code in the allocation of your test materials). Write your School Code, one letter/number to a box. Check your school code against the school code written on the board. Blacken the circles that are the same as the letters/numbers you have written in the boxes. (Go around to check if the School Code is written correctly). 2.1.6.6 Filling up Gender Say: Indicate your gender by shading the corresponding circle. Example: If you are a boy, shade male. If you are a girl, shade female. 2.1.6.7 Filling up Number of Pupils/Students in A Class/Section (How many are you in your class/section?) Say: Blacken the circles that correspond to the number of pupils/students in your regular class/section. Example: If you are sixty-five (65) in your regular class/section, blacken 6 in the first column and 5 in the second column.
  • 10. 9 2.1.6.8 Filling up School Subject Grade Say: Blacken the circles that correspond to your ratings during the third grading period in the five subject areas: Math, English, Science, Filipino, and HeKaSi. Example: If your grade in Mathematics is 90 blacken 9 in the first column and 0 in the second column. 2.1.6.9 Filling up Type of Community Say: Blacken the circle corresponding to the type of community you are living in. If you are living in a rural area, blacken rural. If you are living in an urban area, blacken urban. 2.1.6.10 Filling up Enrolled in MADRASAH Say: Indicate whether you are enrolled in MADRASAH or not. Example: If you are enrolled in MADRASAH, blacken yes, if not, blacken no. 2.1.6.11 Filling up Number of Shifts per Day Say: Indicate whether your section holds classes the whole day, being single shift (Shade 1); if in two shifts shade 2 (holding half day classes); shade 3 if in 3 shifts; and so forth. 2.1.6.12 Filling up Do You Belong to a Section with Special Science Curriculum Say: Indicate whether you belong to a section with Special Science Curriculum. Example: If you belong to this section, blacken yes, if not, blacken no. 2.1.6.13 Filling up Name and Address of School Say: Write also the name and address of your school on the space provided. 2.1.6.14 Writing the Signature Say: Sign your name and signature on the space provided. Give the Examinees enough time to do this. Check that each Examinee does this correctly. It is imperative that you check and double check that all Examinees have shaded the correct circles pertaining to the NAME GRID and all the necessary information about the Examinee. To do this, go around and inspect each Examinee’s Answer Sheet. (THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.)
  • 11. 10 2.2 TEST PROPER 2.2.1 Reading the General Directions (5 minutes) Everybody, open your Test Booklets. Read the general directions and the examples silently and with understanding. I will give you 5 minutes to do this. 2.2.2 Administering the Examinee’s Descriptive Questionnaire (EDQ) After five minutes, say: Part I, the Examinee’s Descriptive Questionnaire (EDQ) is not a test. It consists of ten (10) items on some information you are to give answers. After each item on your Answer Sheet, shade the circle of the letter that corresponds to your answer to that particular item. Some items require more than one answer. Do not leave any item unanswered. Part I will last for 5 minutes. Record your answers for this part on the upper portion of the back page of the Answer Sheet. Everybody, open your Test Booklets to the EDQ. (Show them the EDQ portion), Ready… Begin! 2.2.3 Accomplishing the Seat Plan, NETRC Form 2 While the examinees are answering the EDQ, each examinee will write his/her Name, Examinee Number, and the Test Booklet Number on the Seat Plan. Fill in the Region, Division, School Name and Address, Date of Examination and Room Number. 2.2.4 Administering the Subject Area Test in Filipino, Mathematics, English, Science, and HeKaSi (3 hrs and 50 mins) After five minutes, say: Are you now ready to start answering the test? The test proper for this morning will last for four hours. Ready ... Begin. Record on the board the time started and the time to end for lunch break. After the third subject, say: Place your TB and AS under your seats while you take your snacks. 2.2.5 Continuing the Test After Snacks Break After snacks break say: We are about to continue the test. The test will end at (point to the written time to end on the board). Go around and see to it that the examinees are recording their answers properly. Record on the board the time to end. The recorded time to end is from the time it started, excluding the 15-minute snacks break. Note: The unused Scannable Answer Sheets shall be collected by the Room Supervisor/Chief Examiner at the time when the Examinees are answering the last subtest. Likewise, the filling out of the remaining data in Form 3 should be done at this time.
  • 12. 11 2.2.6 Collecting the Answer Sheets and the Test Booklets After the recorded time to end, say: Everybody, stop writing. Close your test booklets. You are given 5 minutes to inspect your Answer Sheet. Make sure your erasures, if any, are clean. See to it that the circle selected for each item is shaded properly. The circle should have uniform shading. Be sure that only one is shaded for each item. Tear off carefully (not using a pair of scissors) the examinee stub found on the upper portion of the front page of your Answer Sheet. These will be kept by your Guidance Counselor for your certificate of rating. Go around to make sure the Examinees have shaded the NAME GRID properly and have torn the examinee stub. After the inspection has been done, say: I will go around to collect your test booklets, answer sheets, your scratch papers and the Examinee Stubs. Collect and count all used and unused test booklets and answer sheets and place these in the original plastic bags. Make sure that all materials have been retrieved. In case a Test Booklet is missing exhaust all means to find it. DISMISS EXAMINEES ONLY AFTER ACCOUNTING THESE TEST MATERIALS. 2.2.7 Dismissing the Examinees After all materials are accounted for, say: We are through with the test. You may now go out quietly in single file. 2.3 POST TEST 2.3.1 Preparing the Reports and Sealing the ETRE 2.3.1.1 Do the following activities: 1. Accomplish Form 7, the Room Examiner’s Test Administration – Evaluation Report. 2. Copy from the board the Time Record Report on Test Administration. 3. Indicate in the ETRE the number of registrants and the number of actual examinees. 2.3.1.2 Place the following inside the Room Examiner’s Transmittal Report Envelope (ETRE): 1. Time Record Report 2. Used Answer Sheets arranged consecutively by Examinee Number Placed in original plastic bag 3. One Copy of NETRC Forms 1 and 2 (back to back) and Form 7 2.3.1.3 Seal the ETRE with the DepED-NETRC paper tape while still inside the examination room. 2.3.2 Turning Over of Materials to the Chief Examiner Turn over to the Chief Examiner the following materials: 2.3.2.1 Sealed ETRE with its contents 2.3.2.2 Used and unused Test Booklets assembled together and arranged consecutively by Serial Numbers packed in their original plastic bags,
  • 13. 12 retaining the Batch Slip inside the plastic bag. 2.3.2.3 Examiner's Handbook 2.3.3 Accounting of Materials by the Chief Examiner The Chief Examiner does the following: 2.3.3.1 Collects and accounts all ETREs, arranges and bundles them accordingly seeing to it that the number of ETREs tallies with the number of testing rooms. A report on the number of ETREs should accompany the bundle. 2.3.3.2 Counts the Test Booklets per pack retrieved from each Examiner with the assistance of the Room Supervisor. The open end of the plastic bag must be resealed by tape or stapler. 2.3.3.3 Places inside the CETRE the following materials after accomplishing the Chief Examiner's Transmittal Report: 1. Unused Answer Sheets with serial numbers arranged consecutively. 2. NETRC Form 3 Test Materials Accounting Form 3. NETRC Form 4 Chief Examiner's Report Form 4. School Header 2.3.3.4 Instructions to the Chief Examiner and the DTC relative to Forms 5 and 6: 1. Separate the two Forms by cutting the perforated lines. 2. Fill out the needed data in both forms. 3. These forms should be submitted to the Division Testing Coordinator (DTC) and not placed inside the CETRE. 4. The DTC puts all Form 5’s submitted to him/her by every Chief Examiner in the First Box of the Division’s boxes for the Test Booklets. 5. Do the same with Form 6 but all of Form 6’s will be placed in the First Box of the Division’s boxes for the Answer Sheets. 2.3.4 Packing of Test Materials The following materials are for submission to the Division Office: 1. Bundles of R/CETRES placed in the original boxes 2. Bundles of used and unused Test Booklets sealed in plastic bags and placed in the original boxes 3. NETRC Form 5, Test Booklet Quantity and Completeness Verification Sheet, to be inserted in box no. 1 on top of the test booklets 4. NETRC Form 6, Answer Sheet Quantity and Completeness Verification Sheet to be inserted on top of the first box of the Answer Sheets. 5. Examiner’s Handbook, counted and ready for future use, to be retained in the office of the Division Testing Coordinator 6. The enlarged replicas of the name grid shall be retained in the schools/Testing Centers for future use. TO THE DIVISION EXAMINATION COMMITTEE: This Examiner’s Handbook should be stored in the Testing Center/School after the test together with the Name Grid Replica for future use.
  • 14. 13 NETRC FORM 1 REGION: __________________________________________ DIVISION: ____________________________________________ SCHOOL: _____________________________________________________ SCHOOL ID: _______________________ ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________ Number of Male: ______ Number of Female: ______ Total: ______ GRADE LEVEL : _________ YEAR LEVEL: __________ EVS ECS EVS ECS 1 16 2 17 3 18 4 19 5 20 6 21 7 22 8 23 9 24 10 25 11 26 12 27 13 28 14 29 15 30 IMPORTANT 1. Names listed as they appeared in the Seat Plan. 2. Check if the LRN of each examinee listed in Form1 matches with the shaded LRN in the front side of his/her Scannable Answer Sheet. 3. Leave the space blank if not a GASTPE grantee. EVS - Education Voucher System ECS - Education Contracting Service Learner Reference Number (LRN) NAME (To be accomplished by the Room Examiner) LIST OF ACTUAL EXAMINEES Room Examiner School NAME GASTPE Grantee GASTPE GranteeLearner Reference Number (LRN)
  • 15. 14 REGION: ____________________ SCHOOL NAME/TESTING CENTER: __________________________________ DATE OF EXAM. _____________ DIVISION: ___________________ SCHOOL ADDRESS: _______________________________________________ ROOM NO. __________________ Name Name Name Name Name Name Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. Name Name Name Name Name Name Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. Name Name Name Name Name Name Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. Name Name Name Name Name Name Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. Name Name Name Name Name Name Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. Exam. No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. TB No. Exam. No. - Examinee Number in the Answer Sheet TB No. - Test Booklet Number ROOM EXAMINER'S SIGNATURE OVER PRINTED NAME 25 26 27 28 23 24 9 10 SCHOOL where Room Examiner teaches Testing Program: ________________________________ 29 30 19 20 NETRC Form 2 SEAT PLAN 1 2 3 4 21 22 11 12 5 6 7 8 13 14 15 16 17 18
  • 16. 15 RC Form 5 TEST BOOKLET QUANTITY and COMPLETENESS VERIFICATION SHEET Name of School: _____________________ Region: ____________ School ID: ______________ __ Division: ___________ PRE-TEST 1. How many test booklets were allotted to your testing center as indicated in the Packing Guide, including buffer? _________ 2. Upon opening of boxes, are the test materials: ______ complete _______ incomplete _______ with excess 3. If incomplete, how many are lacking/missing? _______ 4. What is/are the Serial Number/s? _______________________________________ 5. If excess, how many? _______ 6. What is/are the Serial Number/s? _________________________________________ POST-TEST 1. After retrieval, are the test booklets complete? _______ 2. If not, how many are missing/lacking? ______ 3. What is/are the Serial Number/s? _________________ ___________________________________________________ Prepared by: _____________________________________________________ Signature over Printed Name of School Testing Coordinator (STC) Attested by: _______________________________________________ Signature over Printed Name of Chief Examiner _______________________________________________ School NOTE: This form is to be submitted separately to the DTC. NETRC Form 6 ANSWER SHEET QUANTITY and COMPLETENESS VERIFICATION SHEET Name of School: _____________________ Region: _____________ School ID: _________________ Division: _____________ PRE-TEST 1. How many answer sheets were allotted to your testing center as indicated in the Packing Guide, including buffer? _________ 2. Upon opening of boxes, are the test materials: ________ complete _________ incomplete _________ with excess 3. If incomplete, how many are lacking/missing? _______ 4. What is/are the Serial Number/s? _______________________________________ 5 If excess, how many? _______ 6. What is/are the Serial Number/s? _________________________________________ POST-TEST 1. After retrieval, are the answer sheets complete? _______ 2. If not, how many are missing/lacking? ______ 3. What is/are the Serial Number/s? ___________________________________________ Prepared by: _______________________________________________________________ Signature over Printed Name of School Testing Coordinator (STC) Attested by: ______________________________________ Signature over Printed Name of Chief Examiner ______________________________________ School NOTE: This form is to be submitted separately to the DTC.
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  • 19. 18 NETRC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No parts of this handbook may be reproduced in any form. Prepared by: Test Development Division