CIVIL SERVICE EXAM REVIEWER 03

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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

1. Nuclear power must be unfavorable because the wastes from nuclear reactions is highly fatal to life and 1. Nuclear power must be unfavorable because the wastes from nuclear reactions is highly fatal to life and unfriendly to the environment.

unfriendly to the environment. 1.

1. anythanything ting that hat has ihas ill-efll-effect ofect on thn the ecoe ecosystem system must must be probe prohibithibiteded 2.

2. waste waste from from nuclnuclear reear reactoactors can rs can be disbe disposed posed safelsafely and y and efficiefficientlyently 3.

3. nuclnuclear scienear scientists havtists have not exee not exerted enorted enough effough effort to conrt to control antrol and dispod dispose the wastse the waste from rade from radius safelius safelyy 4.

4. measumeasures takeres taken to con to control antrol and dispnd dispose of wose of waste fraste from nucom nuclear relear reactoactors have brs have been frueen fruitlessitless .

. todaytoday! techn! technologology canny cannot effecot effectiveltively reduce y reduce harmfharmful effeul effects of nucts of nuclear wclear waste diaste disposasposall 2. "hlorofluorocarbons are popular as propellants and solvents

2. "hlorofluorocarbons are popular as propellants and solvents because they arebecause they are

11. . rreeaaccttiivvee 33. . ssttaabbllee . . bbiiooddeeggrraaddaabbllee 22. . ssoolluubbllee 44. . cchheeaapp

3. #onoculture cropping or planting a single crop in a large area is

3. #onoculture cropping or planting a single crop in a large area is not advisable because it...not advisable because it... 1.

1. prpromomototes es pepest st ininfefeststatatioionn 2.

2. rere$$uiuireres mos more wre waateterr 3.

3. lolowewers rs ththe we watater er tatablblee 4.

4. rere$u$uirires les lesess fes fertrtilili%i%erer .. ccaauussees ds drroouugghhtt

4. &hich of the following is the

4. &hich of the following is the ma'or cause of coral-reef destruction(ma'or cause of coral-reef destruction(

11. . ))yynnaammiitte e ffiisshhiinngg 33. . ##uurroo--aammii . . **iil l ssppiillll 22. . ++eewweerraagge e ppoolllluuttiioonn 44. . ssiillttaattiioonn

. ,utting up dams along rivers negatively affect

. ,utting up dams along rivers negatively affect on marine fishes because on marine fishes because  1.

1. leless wss watater wer wilill fl flolow to w to ththe see seaa 2.

2. leless mss mininereralals wis will ll flflow tow to to the she seaea 3.

3. when when dams dams breakbreak! the ! the connconnectioection waln wall cal can be n be harmharmful to ful to fishesfishes 4.

4. somsome marie marine fisne fishes sphes spendends part os part of theif their lifr life cycle cycle upste upstreareamm .

. somsome mare marine fine fishishes nees need thed the coe coral rral reefeefs upss upstretreamam . /he government is established for

. /he government is established for the furtherance and guarantees of certain inalienabale human rights.the furtherance and guarantees of certain inalienabale human rights. 11.. pprrooclclaammaattiioonn

22.. ssuussppeennssiioonn

33.. ttrraannssffeerr 44.. pprroohhiibbiittiioonn

.. pprreseseerrvvaattiioonn

0. /he court has resisted

0. /he court has resisted the clamor to issue a temporary in'unction for the the clamor to issue a temporary in'unction for the sake of .sake of . 11. . pprriinncciippllee 33. . iinntteeggrriittyy . . ssiinncceerriittyy 22. . eexxppeeddiieennccyy 44. . hhoonneessttyy

. rom

. rom the extensivthe extensive date e date gathegathered in red in the ,hilippthe ,hilippines for the ines for the perioperiod d 1-11-1! there are ! there are indicaindicationtions s that somethat some rivers are still relatively clean particularly in #indanao .

rivers are still relatively clean particularly in #indanao . 1.

1. the othe oververall $all $ualuality oity of the rif the riververs has des has deterterioriorateatedd 2.

2. not anot all rll riveivers in trs in the ,hhe ,hiliilippppineines are ps are polollutluteded 3.

3. ,hi,hiliplippinpine rive rivers coers could nuld no loo longenger susr sustaitain lifn lifee 4.

4. /he /he rivrivers ers in tin the ,he ,hilhilippippineines ars are poe pollullutedted .

. 5ivers 5ivers in 6u%in 6u%on anon and 7isad 7isayas aryas are unsafe unsafe for fe for fishing ishing and rand recreaecreationational purpl purposesoses

. 8n being economical! one must decide where the best place to begin really in some families engage in petty . 8n being economical! one must decide where the best place to begin really in some families engage in petty economic that re$uires effort disproportionate to the .

economic that re$uires effort disproportionate to the . 11. . hhaappppiinneesss s ggaaiinneedd 44. . mmoonneey y ssaavveedd 22. . ssaaccrriiffiicce e mmooddee . . ttiimme e ssppeenntt 3. resources conserved

3. resources conserved

1. 9ducation is not a preparation for life! it

1. 9ducation is not a preparation for life! it is life itself.is life itself. 1.

1. ededucucatatioion han has no bs no begegininnining ong or enr endd 2.

2. edueducatcation ion doedoes ns not ot prepreparpare us e us for for liflifee 3.

3. edueducatcation ion is uis uselseless wess when hen we hwe have save shorhort lift lifee 4.

4. we dwe do no not not need eed to to stustudy! dy! we owe onlnly ney need ted to lo liveive .

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CURRENT EVENTS

1. :t present! how many percent of the population of the ,hilippines are aliens(

1.3; 3.4; .0;

2.2; 4.;

2. &hat pro'ect of the )9N5 includes the protection of 8ndustrial pollution of our 9nvironment( 1. <antay =alikasan 2. <antay 8log 3. <antay )agat

4. 9cological &atch . +olid &aste #anagement

3. &hich government agency does the status of government employees in the free voluntary services belong to(

1. +ecretary 3. #unicipal . <arangay

2. 5egional 4. National

4. &hich is not a ground for impeachment for the ,resident! 7ice ,resident! *mbudsman! and +enators( 1. graft and corruption

2. sexual harassment

3. grave abuse of the authority

4. against the family if the child scolded by the parents

. *ther crimes

. &hat is the ground for impeachment for the ,resident! 7ice ,resident! *mbudsman! and +enators( 1. sexual harassment

2. heinous crime

3. grave abuse of the authority

4. graft and corruption

. culpable violation of the "onstitution

LOGICAL ANALYSIS

1. #itch is probably a pianist. +he can really stretch her hand and fingers. 1. only people with big hands and long fingers can be pianist.

2. playing the piano helps #itch stretch her hands and fingers 3. stretching helps pianist perform

4. a long stretch enables to read more! keep in the piano 2. "hris is a responsible man! >e takes good care of his family.

1. taking good care of the family is the responsibility of men 2. responsible men take good care of their families

3. the family is responsible for taking care of men 4. a good family produces responsible men

. a responsible person has a good family

3. :ll flowers are fragrant. +ome flowers are brightly colored. /he gumamela is a kind of flower! the sabila is not a kind of flower.

1. some brightly colored flowers are fragrant 2. the sabila is not brightly colored

3. the sabila is not fragrant

4. the gumamela is brightly colored . the gumamela is fragrant

4. 8f fishes cannot breed! they will die. "oral reefs are the only breeding places of fishes. :ll coral reefs will be destroyed by 2 years from now.

1. now species of fishes will appear

2. a coral reefs will form in the deepest sea 3. seas and oceans will have higher contact 4. fishes will be very expensive

. fishes will cease to exist

. ?oel@s poem are modernistic! since they deal with complicated sub'ect matters. 1. complicated sub'ect matters are intellectually stimulating

2. complicated sub'ect matters are suited to modernistic poetry 3. modernistic poetry is intellectually pretentious

4. modernistic poetry depicts true to live events . none of these

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. &hich among the following is a power that can be delegated by the ,resident( 1. ,ardon 2. #ilitary ,owers 3. ?udicial ,owers 4. 9xecutive ,owers . 6egislative ,owers

0. 8n 10 "onstitution! what government agency i s given the highest priority budget(

1. )N) 3. :griculture . N9):

2. >ealth 4. 9ducation

. &hat government organi%ation is controlled by the 6ocal Aovernment(

1. )86A

2. >ouse of +peaker

3. +enator

4. "ongressman

. *mbudsman

. &hich among the following kinds of gases is recycleableBreusable(

1. kerosene 3. natural gas . others

2. 6,A gas 4. biogas

1. &hat will you say! or suggest! or what will you do if you see hundred of papers floating on the river( 1. collect it as souvenir

2. let the fishes eat all the papers 3. papers can be recycled

4. biodegradable

. none of these

11. 8f points #! N! * and , are arranged in such a way that three of them lie in a line! how many lines are there(

1. 4 3.  . 1

2.  4. 

12. ind the correct number that replaces the number that breaks the pattern of the series C 4! 13! 3! 1! ...

1. 3 3.  . 1

2. 4 4. 3

IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS

1. /hey were able to weather the storm. 1. reached home safely 2. survived the crisis 3. defeated the enemies

4. reali%ed their mistakes . predicted the calamity

2. /rust men and they will be true to you.

1. a man is loyal in whom confidence had been placed 2. man must trust you to be faithful to you

3. a secret is a test of friendship

4. destruct the people 'ustifies their deserving . trust all men in everything or more in anything 3. "ut your coat to your cloth.

1. walk in accordance with your ability 2. desire only what you can afford 3. patroni%e first your own product 4. express only relevant ideas

. dress up according to the accessories 4. ,addle your own canoe.

1. always tries his best 2. earn his own money 3. have self-respect

4. learn from his mistakes . be self-reliant

. /his report leaves much to be desired. 1. satisfactory

2. longed 3. important

4. legible . ready

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. >e was a man of principle. 1. popular 2. forceful 3. hardworking 4. noble . righteous

0. +he is running up an account with the store. 1. keep the books of the store

2. is paying her bills all in the store 3. is buying many things in credit

4. works as part-time accountant

. spends much buying unnecessary things

. +trike while the iron is hot.

1. use his physical and mental power 2. make the most of every opportunity 3. solves any problems immediately

4. use his time wisely . work hard all the time

. 8n union! there is strength.

1. power is gained through 'ustification 2. those who wait cannot be defeated

3. a person should not try to crash the world on his shoulder 4. one clerk cannot run a large office

. man who rise fight hard be little 1. )eep sea fishing! he is an old man.

1. broad-minded 2. unable 3. experience 4. inefficient . unstilled VOCABULARY 1. :N:/>9#: most nearly

 1. fluvial 2.remedy 3.curse

 4. cure . relieves

2. ,8,9 most nearly.

1. rigidity 2. flexibility 3. pliability

4. adaptability . elasticity

3. *,D69N"9

1. sickly 2. wealthy 3. disease

4. poverty . misfortune

4. :#9N8/89+

1. pleasant 2. convenience 3. in'ury

4. calamities . risk

. "*N?9"/D59

1. guess 2. principle 3. ideas

4. gesture . lecture

. 6995E

1. distrustful 2. dishonest 3. unboastful

4. hesitant . fallible

0. 785/D*+* most nearly

1. virtue 2. pedestrial 3. invest

4. skillful . moral

. +8/ most nearly F sieve! analy%e! examine . ":58":/D59 F distortion! imitation! description 1. ">D568+> F

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11. +D+DA,D8N F mapipigilan 12. <D56 F sturdy

13. >8N8#*= ng mga bata ang kanilang guro para payagan silang umuwi ng maaga.

1. kinausap 2. kinumbinsi

14. )&8N)69 F decrease! decline! shrivel 1. 8##*6:/9 F sacrifice

1. 8N)8"/#9N/ F accusation! impeachment 10. ,5*,9N+8/E F tendency! inclination 1. ,5*,8/8*D+ F favorable

1. 79+/8A9+ F trace! mark! sign! indication! remains! suggestion 2. DA8/879 F fleeing! escaping! transient

21. <:N/D6*/ F atubili! alanganin

22. :+/*DN)9) F ama%ed! astonish! compound! stagger! da%e 23. 5:#,:N/ F uncontrolled! unrestrained! standing! rank rearing 24. ,9586 F 'eopardy! ha%ard! danger! risk! menace! vulnerability

2. /he prisoner was given a <9+/8:6 treatment. F cruel! inhuman! brutal! degraded! sensual! low! vile 2. 6:/9N/ F potential! undeveloped! unreali%ed! dormant! tacit

20. /:"8/D5N most nearly F reserved! $uiet! silent! very little! mum mute

2. /59N">:N/ most nearly F effective! effectual! vigorous! severe! sarcastic! strong 2. <58)A9/

1. stone 2. wood 3. rock 4. glass . crystal

3. 78G9N

1. $uarrelsome 2. dishonest 3. serious 4. boastful . kind 31. )D59++

1. oath 2. pressure 3. careless 4. respect . fortune 32. :""6:8#9)

1. gathered 2. analy%e 3. certify 4. glorified . confirm SINGLE WORD APPROACH

1. >appiness is to ,rosperity as "ondolence is to .

1. loneliness 2. awkward 3. contend

4. reginess . vigorous

2. "orn is to 9ar as "abbage is to .

1. head 2. bunch 3. flower

4. garden . seed

3. Aun is to >olster as +word is to .

1. pistol 2. cadet 3. slay

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4. +kin is to #an as >ide is to .

1. walls 2. scales 3. fish

4. animal . clothes

. /E"**N is to <D+8N9++ as 785/D*+* is to .

1. theater 2. virtue 3. music

4. clergy . diplomacy

. "*N+:NAD8N8/E is to <6**) as :8N8/E is to .

1. race 2. occupation 3. marriage

4. profession . faith

0. +/:/D9 is to +"D6,/D59 as <:669/ is to .

1. director 2. composer 3. primadonna

4. couture . choreographer

. <868NAD:6 is to 6:NAD:A9 as <8":#95:6 is to .

1. legislative 2. representation 3. authority

4. council . taxation

. ,>E+8*6*AE is to +"89N"9 as 6:& is to .

1. contract 2. 'urist 3. court

4. profession . suit

1. H**6*AE is to :N8#:6+ as <*/:NE is to .

1. rivers 2. plants 3. rocks

4. genes . insects

DOUBLE WORD APPROACH

1. uture is to  as Eesterday is to . 1. hopeCpast 2. ?udgeCverdict 3. tellCremember 4. thinkCmerry . recallCforget

2. >eadline is to News +tory as  is to . 1. titleCnovel 2. prefaceCbook 3. rhymeCpoem 4. salutationCletter . conclusionCshort story 3. +">**6 is to >*+,8/:6 as  C . 1. principalCdoctor 2. storeCcustomer 3. studentCteacher 4. nestCbird . villageCpeople 4. /9+/ is to ">9:/8NA as C  1. lawyerCcouncil 2. compromiseCprinciples 3. politicsCgraft 4. swindleCbusiness . armyCdiscipline SENTENCE COMPLETION

1. /he student did not take the  'oke of the teacher. 1. tactless 2. shrewd

NUMBER SERIES

1. 4.1 .2 .3 0.4 .4 .

1. .3 3. .1 . 0.02

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2.   1 1 3  . 1.  3.  . 3 2.  4. 02 3. 4B3 -2B3 -1B3 1B -1B12 -1B1 . 1. 4B3 3. 1B3 . I3B4 2. 2B3 4. 1B3 4. .2 1 .2   1. 1.2 3. 1.0 . none 2. 12.2 4. 13.2 PROBLEM SOLVING 1

1. &hat is the greatest numerical value(

1. 3B 3. 3B4 . 2B3

2. B 4. 1B3

2. &hat is the standard numerical value for 3.4 x 1 the th  power(

1. 3!4 3. 34!  . .34

2. .34 4. .34

3. &hich of the following has the least numerical value(

1. J3 x 4 3. 4 x  J3 . 3 J  x 4 2. 4J3 x  4. 3 x J4

4. /he formula for converting a ahrenheit thermometer reading to centigrade reading is "FBK-32L. &hat is the e$uivalent of  degrees ahrenheit(

1. 3 3. 4 . 3

2. 4 4. 

. : farmer has seven hectares of land for rice production. &hat should be the average yield in cavans per hectare of the land to produce a total of 2 cavans(

1.  3.  . 2

2. 0 4. 

. #ang 5omy can climb a coconut tree at the rate of 1ft. per minute and return at 2 ft. per minute. 8f it took him 3 minutes to climb and return. &hat is the height of the coconut(

1. 1ft. 3. 1ft. . 2ft.

2. 1ft. 4. 2ft.

0. <asketball team lost 4; of its first 4 games! how many of its remaining 2 games! must it win to raise its winning percentage to ;

1. 1 3. 1 . 2

2. 12 4. 14

. /he sum of 3 numbers is 4! if the first number is 3B of the second number and the second number is 4B3 of the third. &hat are the three numbers(

1. 2! 44! 3 3. 1! 4! 3 . 24! 4! 3 2. 24! 3! 3 4. 22! 42! 3

. : certain elevator has a maximum weight capacity of 1!3 lbs. 8f  employees with an average weight of 12 lbs. entered the elevator with a box weighing 2 lbs.! how much is the additional weight(

1. 4 3. 42 . 

2. 3 4. 

1. *ne bag of chicken feed feeds 24 chickens in 4 days. 8n how many days will 1 chickens consume the bag of feeds(

1.  3. 02 . 4

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11. /wo planes travel from opposite direction. ,lane : travels 0 kph from one direction and ,lane < travels from the opposite direction at the rate of  kph. 8f the distance is 4 km! in how many hours the two planes intersect(

1. 1 3. 3 . 

2. 2 4. 4

12. /here are two planes flying in two directionsC one is flying for eastward with a rate of 3kph and the other westward with a rate of 3 kph. 8n how many minutes will they intersect if they are  km apart(

1.  min. 3.  min . 1 min.

2. 12 min 4. 1 min

13. 8f 2B3 of employees of a company are women and M of the remaining employees are married and the rest are  bachelors! what is the total number of employees(

1. 32 3. 3 . 2

2. 42 4. 3

14. ind the s$uare of the number in the number series which appears most of the timeC

0 3 4   1 0 2 3 0

1. 3 3. . 4

2.  4.3

1. : man bought ten ball pens at ,2 each and five wallets at , each and the last is three towels at ,0 each. &hat is the smallest amount of money will he need so he can buy all items(

1. ,. 3. ,0. . ,.

2. ,0. 4. ,.

1. : merchandiser bought  copies of books cost ,3!3. and added six copies more. >ow much should he pay for all the books(

1. ,3! 3. 3. ,3! . . 3! 31. 2. ,3! 3 4. ,3! 2.

10. : movie starts at C1 ,.#.! and will end at C. >ow many minutes did the movie last(

1. 13 3.10 . 10

2. 123 4. 143

1. /hree tickets of musical concert costs ,014. >ow much will a do%en of tickets cost( 1. ,2! 4 3. ,2! 4 . 4! 32

2. ,2! 4 4. ,3!2

1. /he length of rectangular lot is one less than twice its width. 8f the perimeter is 1cm.! what is the width of the lot in centimeter(

1. 1 3. 3 . 

2. 2 4. 4

2. /he width of a rectangular lot is G meters and its length is  meters more than its width. 8f its dimensions are decreased by 2 meters! then its area will decrease by.

1. 4 s$.m 3. 4xJ s$m . none

2. x2J K x -  Ls$m 4. 2x I 3 s$m

21. /wo planes G and E are 1 miles apart and moving in opposite directions at a rate of 2mph and 3 mph respectively. >ow many miles is covered by the slower plane when they intersect(

1.  miles 3.  miles .  miles 2. 02 miles 4.  miles

22. /he length of an envelope is 24 1B cm.. /hree holes at 11 1B cm. :part are placed at the center of the envelope. >ow far apart is the side of the envelope to the first hole in centimeter(

1. B1 3. 11B . 13

2. 0B1 4. 12 1B1

23. 4; of 1 lbs. *f sea water is salt. >ow much pure water is to be extracted to make it contain 10; salt( 1. 22 lbs. 3. 30 lbs. . 2lbs.

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24. /he population at present is 2; less than the previous population. 8f the present population is 4!! what is the previous population(

1. !  3. 4! 2 . !

2. ! 2 4. !  PROBLEM SOLVING 2

1. : man bought cashew nuts worth , 21B =ilo and peanuts at , 13B =ilo. >ow many kilos or cashew nuts and peanuts! where in it will become  kilos worth ,10 per kilo(

1. 1C4 2. 4C1 3. 2C3 4. 3C2 . none of these

2. : female honey bee has two parents while a male honey bee has one parent. >ow many grandparents are there(

1. 2 2. 3 3. 4 4. 4. . more than five

3.  cans of stock has  cans for display. /he remaining  cans of stock less 4 cans for display. >ow many cans of stock remained in the bodega(

1. 2 2. 3 3. 4 4.  . 

4. : man has 2 hours at his disposal. >ow far can he ride at the rate of 2kph and return by walking at the rate of kph(

1.  2. 1 3. 11 4. 12 . 13

. : perimeter of a rectangle is 24 feet. 8f the width of the rectangle is G ft. >ow many s$uare feet is the area of the rectangle(

. : woman bought a washing machine for ,1!3. <efore! it cost her ,2 to wash clothes! but! with the washing machine! it now costs her ,1. 8n how many months must she pay her washing machine from her savings(

1. 1 2. 1 3. 2 4. 24 . 1

0. : broker sold a house and lot worth 1. million at   ; commission. >ow did he receive( 1. , ! . 3. , 0!. . none of these

2. ,! . . ,!.

. 8f four books of e$ual thickness placed on top of each other reach a height of 1 cm! how many centimeters thick is each book(

1. 3.0 3. 4. . none of these

2. 4.2 4.4.0

. &hich of the following is e$ual to 1 (

1. 1B 3. B . none of these

2. B1 4. .1

1. /hree boys weigh  kilos! 4 kilos and 1 kilos! respectively. &hat must be the weight of the 4th boy if

the average weight of the following boys is to be 2 kilos(

1.  3. 4 . none of these

2. 0 4. 2

11. &hich of the following numbers is the largest(

1. ; of 2 3. 1; of 1 . none of these 2. ; of 1 4. 12; of 12

12. #rs. )i%on@s 33 acres of sugar beefs yielded 4 bushels. &hat was the average yield per acre(

1. 1 3. 13 . none of these

2. 14 4. 12

13. /he larger of two number is even times the smaller number. &hat is the larger number if their sum is (

1. 4 3. 3 . none of these

2. 42 4. 2

14. : popular model estimated her clothing needs as followsC 1 gown at ,4.! 2 pairs of shoes at ,. each! 3 pairs of panty hose at ,1. each! 2 shirts at ,0. each! 1 blouse at ,.! and 1 dress at ,1.

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1. >ow many money does she have to raise to met her clothing needs(

1. ,2. 3. ,2. . none of these

2. ,1! 11.0 4. ,1! 101.

1. /here are 3 boys in a class. 8f the ration of the boys to girls is 3C! how many girls are in the class(

1. 3 3. 3 . none of these

2. 4 4. 

10. : factory reduced the number of its workers from !  to 3! 0. &hat percent of the total number of employees was laid off(

1. 2 3. 3 . none of these

2. 3 4. 

1. 8f twelve men can assemble  cars in a week! how many men are needed to assemble 1 cars in a week(

1. 23 3. 33 . none of these

2. 3 4. 43

1. :ttendance in a big rally was estimated to be one and a half million people. /his is the same asC 1. 1! ! 3. 1!!  . none of these

2. 1! ! 4. 1!!

2. #r. ,ere% bought a ,!. refrigerator on installment basis. >e paid 2; as down payment. >ow much will he be paying monthly for 12 months(

1. ,3. 3. ,31. . none of these

2. ,312. 4. ,3.

21. : folding bed on a sale has been marked ,4.. 8f this price is 3; less than the original price. or how much was the bed previously selling(

1. ,1.2 3. ,12. . none of these

2. ,112. 4. ,14.

PHIL. CONSTITUTION

1. >ow many years must pass before the constitution can be amended(

1. 3 2.  3.  4. 0 . 1

2. &hat is the retirement age of a ?ustice(

1.  2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 . 

3. &hat can dis$ualify a voter to vote during election( 1. illiterate

2. not able to read and write 3. poor

4. ilipino citi%en

. less than six months of residence

4. No person shall be held to answer for a criminal offense without .

1. public trial 4. hearing

2. cross I examination . speedy trial 3. due process of law

. 8n all criminal prosecutions! the accused shall be presumed  until the contrary is proved. 1. innocent

2. ac$uitted of the crime 3. guilty of the crime

4. put in prison . arrested

. &hat agency of the government that can declare that the city is a highly organi%ed city( 1. )epartment of 8nterior and 6ocal Aovernment

2. )epartment of <udget and inance 3. )epartment of +ecretary

4. )epartment of 9ducation . )epartment of :grarian 5eform 0.  inflicts punishment without trial.

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2. <ill of :ttainder . 5eclusion ,erpetua 3. 9x- ,ost acto 6aw

.  implies that the +tate is the guardian of the people.

. &hat government institution that can initiate the impeachment of the ,residency( 1. +upreme "ourt

2. >ouse of +enate

3. >ouse of 5epresentativeB"ongress

4. 6ower "ourt . "abinet

1. &hich was the largest vote to impeach the ,resident( 1. >ouse of the +enate

2. >ouse of the "ongress 3. "abinet

4. *ffice of the *mbudsman . +upreme "ourt

VOCABULARY

1. ,:6,:<69 means most nearly the same as . 1. "apable 2. tangible

2. 8">/>E*6*AE means nearly the same as . 1. <iology 2. Aeology 3. :nthropology 4. Hoology . :rcheology WORD ANALOGY 1. "*559+,*N)9N"9 is to "695= as 59"*5) is to  2. /58,*) is to  as +/:/D9 is to DATA SUFFICIENCY

1. : maga%ine has a nationwide circulation of 2!! copies weekly. 5egular subscribers from 6u%on received 43; of all the copiesO 7isayas! 3; and #indanao! 22;. >ow many more copies are left to be sold(

1. number of copies sold at newsstand 2. price of each copy

3. value of the whole circulation 4. price of yearly subscription . no information lacking

2. #iss 5amos paid her account in the "ooperative +tore in e$ual payments twice a month. 8f the total amount paid was ,0! how much did each payment amount to(

1. amount of #iss 5amos account

2. number of months the account was paid 3. percent of interest charged on the account 4. amount of monthly salary deduction . no information lacking

3. #iss ?orge bought from a clearance sale! where prices of all items were reduced! a desk fan Kregularly priced , 1!03L and an oven toaster Kregularly priced ,3!L. >ow much did she save(

1. amount saved in buying the oven toaster 2. amount saved in buying the desk fan 3. rate of discount

4. sale price of the desk fan . no information lacking

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