Beginning 3 February 2021, the BEA-Education Assessment Division shall adopt an online registration scheme in the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) for Walk-In Examinees at the DepEd Central Office.
Who are qualified to avail the PEPT at the Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA), DepEd Central Office?
a. Learners from nonformal and informal education programs
b. Learners who have incomplete or no record of formal schooling
c. Learners with back subjects
d. Learners who need grade level standards assessment
e. Learners who are overage for their grade levels
i. Per DepEd Order 23, s. 2019, learners from schools without a government permit (and in need of a Learner Reference Number) will not be accommodated at DepEd Central Office.
ii. Due to the existing IATF rules, only applicants aged 15 to 64 years old are allowed to register and take the PEPT at the DepEd Central Office. Those with comorbidities/ immunodeficiencies or pregnant are also not allowed to register and take the test. However, these restrictions shall be automatically adjusted based on the new resolutions issued by the IATF.
What are the registration requirements?
a. Active Gmail Account
b. PEPT Registration Form
c. Scanned copy of the following:
i. School Record (SF9/F138 for elementary or SF10/Form 137 for high school)
ii. Birth Certificate issued by PSA/NSO
iii. Proof of Payment (receipt from a door-to-door money remittance)
iv. Certificate of Ratings (for PEPT re-takers only)
v. 1×1 picture
vi. Copy of School Permit/DepEd Recognition (for applicants from private schools)
What is the registration process?
a. Download the PEPT Registration Form from http://bit.ly/PEPTForm and fill out the said document.
b. Pay the nonrefundable registration fee of Two Hundred Pesos (Php200.00) through a door-to-door money remittance system and address it to:
Danilyn Joy Pangilinan
DepEd-BEA, EAD-Room 208, 2F Bonifacio Bldg.
DepEd Complex, Meralco Ave., Pasig City 1600
c. Using an active Gmail account, submit the following requirements to bit.ly/PEPTOnlineReg
i. Accomplished PEPT Registration Form
ii. Scanned copy of the documentary requirements in Item 2.c
iii. Scanned copy of proof of payment (door-to-door money remittance transaction receipt)
Note: For clarifications regarding door-to-door money remittance, please email verification. [email protected]
Once the payment is received and confirmed by BEA, an email shall be sent regarding the details of the test schedule.
What should the examinee bring on examination day?
The examinee shall present the original documents stated in Item 2.c. Likewise, BEA shall provide the examinee his/her original official receipt for the registration fee.
How can the examinee receive the test results?
For pick up: Examinees who opt to personally pick-up their CORs shall claim the documents at the BEA office. The availability of test results shall be within seven (7) working days and it shall be announced on the BEA-Education Assessment Division Facebook page.
For shipping (optional): Examinees who opt to receive their PEPT CORs at their mailing address shall pay the courier services fee on the day of the examination. BEA shall provide a provisional receipt for the said fee.
For follow up of test results, examinees may inquire from [email protected] at least seven (7) working days after the test.