April 6, 2014 Civil Service Exam Results

For those who are patiently and nervously waiting for the results of the Civil Service Exam-Pencil and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) last April 6, 2014, it is available online.  Below are the links to the official Civil Service Exam website per region.

It is said that nearly 200,000 examinees took the exams in 52 testing centers. The passing rate of the Civil Service Exams both professional and subprofessional is 80%.

Civil Service Exam Professional Examination List of Passers  » Read more

How to Solve Equations Video Tutorial Part 2

This is a continuation of the first video on how to solve equations. In these videos, I discussed the solutions to the equations solved in Solving Equations Part 2 and Solving Equations Part 3. The equations solved in the first video are the following.

1.) 8x = 4x - 12
2.) x + 4 = 4x - 12
3.) 2(2x - 3) = 5
4.) \frac{3x}{5} + 4 = 7
5.) \frac{3x+3}{2} = x - 5

Watch the explanation below on how to solve these equations. » Read more

Grammar Quiz 1 – Verb Tenses

Read the sentence carefully and choose the letter of the correct verb tense. You can see the correct answer by clicking the + button after the choices. Good luck.

Grammar Quiz 1 – Verb Tenses

1. The canteen usually _____ 8:00 am on weekdays, but during Monday, it opens 1 hour earlier.

a.) open
b.) opens
c.) is opening
d.) has opened

Answer
b. opens

2. Last week, we _____ visitors from the US, but they only stayed for 2 days.  » Read more

How to Solve Equations Video Tutorial Part 1

I have created a video about A Tutorial on Solving Equations Part 1 in Taglish or mixed Tagalog and English.  This is the first part of a series of video on how to solve equations. Watch the video to know about the concepts and ideas behind solving equations.

The equations solved in this video are the following:

1.) x + 4 = 9
2.) 3x = 18
3.) \frac{x}{5} = 12
4.) 2x + 3 = 9
5.) 4x - 3 = 9

 

Thanks for watching and I hope you like the video.

Division of Integers Quiz 1

This is the first of a series of quiz on division of integers. If you have forgotten how to divide integers, please read How to Divide Integers. You may also want to answer the practice exercise with full solutions. Note that in some mobile devices, the answers maybe shown, so it is better to answer this quiz using a PC or a tablet.

Instruction: Perform the multiplication. To check if your answer is correct, click the + button. You may want check your answers and share with us your score. 🙂

Division of Integers Quiz 1

1. What is 15 \div (-5)?

Answer
-3

2. What is (-45) \div 9?

Answer
-5
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Multiplication of Integers Quiz 2

Welcome to the first quiz on Multiplication of Integers. If you have forgotten how to subtract integers, please read How to Multiply Integers. A Practice Exercise with full solution is also available. Note that in some mobile devices, the answers maybe shown, so it is better to answer this quiz using a PC or a tablet.

Instruction: Perform the multiplication. To check if your answer is correct, click the + button. You may want check your answers and share with us your score. 🙂

Multiplication of Integers Quiz 1

1. What is 3 \times 5?

Answer
15

2. What is 7 \times -8?

Answer
-56
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Subtraction of Integers Quiz 1

Welcome to the first quiz on Subtraction of Integers. If you have forgotten how to subtract integers, please read How to Subtract Integers. You can also answer the Practice Exercise first (with full solutions) before answering the quiz below. Note that in some mobile devices, the answers maybe shown, so it is better to answer this quiz using a PC.

Instruction: Perform the subtraction. To check if your answer is correct, click the + button. You may want check your answers and share with us your score. 🙂

Subtraction of Integers Quiz 1

1. What is 13 - 8?

Answer
5

2. What is 7 - 20?

Answer
-13
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Strategies in Answering Paragraph Organization Tests

This is the summary of the last three posts about answering paragraph organization tests.

The first part discusses strategies on how to order random sentences into a coherent paragraph. The sentences that can easily be seen in terms of order is the first sentence which usually introduces the topic and the last sentences which is the conclusion. As for the second sentence, it usually explains, supports, or elucidates the first sentence. » Read more

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