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Philippine Educational Placement Test 2012

Philippine Educational Placement Test

Registration Schedule:

Individuals who are interested in taking the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) may register from March 05 – May 25, 2012.

Examination Schedule: 

June 12, 2012

Examination Requirements:

  • Form 137/138
  • Birth Certificate
  • Two (2) 1 x 1 pictures
  • Transcript of record of the last grade/year level passed

Testing Centers:

Examinees are encouraged to inquire in their respective DepEd Regional Offices for the testing centers. You may find their addresses and contact numbers in the table we’ve added below.

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Contact Information:

Department of Education

DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, 1600

Telephone Numbers: (02) 633-7208, 633-7228, 632 1361

Fax Numbers: (02) 636-4876, 637-6209


Frequently Asked Questions

What is PEPT? 

PEPT stands for Philippine Educational Placement Test. By taking and passing this test, over-aged students can have the option of skipping grade or year levels and jumping right into the grade or year level that corresponds to their age.

How can I take the PEPT?

Just complete the requirements mentioned above then call the nearest DepEd office to ask for the registration and testing centers.

Is there an age limit for taking the PEPT test?

PEPT applicants are required to be at least a year over-aged for their grade or year level. Other than that, anyone can take the test.

How much would it cost me to take the test?

A non-refundable fee of P50.00 shall be charged against regular examinees and P100.00 for special examinees.

What if I didn’t make it to the deadline for registration this year, can I still take the PEPT next year?

Yes, you can.

What would happen if I passed the PEPT?

After you’ve passed the PEPT, you have the option of skipping grade or year levels you would normally be required to go through and jump right into the grade or year level that corresponds to your age. This means a 12-year old grade three student can skip grades four and five and jump right to grade six while a 16-year old first year high school student can skip second and third year and jump right into fourth year.

Courses in the Philippines is not affiliated with the Department of Education. For specific questions and other concerns, please contact their official representatives or visit their official website for more information.

Last Modified: June 04, 2012

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  1. Hi,ask ko lng po kng pwede p po akong mag take ng exam? 34 yrs old npo ako ntpos ko lng po 2nd year high school

  2. Hi , sir /mamm gusto ko labg po sanang mag ask if meron oarin po bang PEPT ngaung meron na pong Kto12???

    • Hi, Aeniel!

      We’re sorry, but we’re not really sure about that. We suggest that you contact the Bureau of Alternative Learning System of the Department of Education directly so they can answer that question for you.


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