MANILA, Philippines – The room assignments for October 2018 Electronics Engineering (ECE) and Electronics Technician (ECT) board exams are expected to be released by Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Board of Electronics Engineering few days before the licensure exam.
The ECE board exam is scheduled to take place on October 20 & 21, 2018 and ECT board exam on Octboer 22 at PRC testing centers in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Lucena and Tuguegarao.
Electronics Engineering is one of the programs with average number of examinees being administered by PRC. On the most recent exams conducted on April 2018, 1,208 out of 2,663 passed the ECE exams and 1,141 out of 1,483 passed the ECT licensure exams.
As posted by PRC, examinees shall bring the following requirements on examination proper:
- Notice of Admission (NOA),
- Official Receipt,
- Pencils No. 1 or 2/ Black ink ballpen,
- long brown and
- plastic/transparent envelopes.
PRC reminds examinees to report before 6:30 in the morning on the said date because late comers will not be admitted, examination fees for late examinees will also be forfeited.
Examinees are advised to verify their application number on the day of examination from room watchers/proctors assigned to the room.
Below are the program, additional reminders and list of room assignments for the testing locations mentioned in the October 2018 ECE & ECT board exams, courtesy of PRC:
Examinees shall adhere to the attire set by the Professional Regulation Commission.
For male examinees, plain white polo shirt with collar without any seal, logo or marks partnered with decent pants or slacks. For female, plain white blouse or shirt with collar without any seal, logo or marks partnered with decent skirt or slacks.
Take note of the prohibitions during the exams. These include bringing of books, notes, review materials and other printed materials containing coded information; programmable calculators; gadgets which include cellular phones, smartwatch, ear plugs and related electronic devices; any kind of bag. Likewise, PRC will not be responsible for any prohibited items which will be lost during the exams.