AP (Social Studies)

AP (Social Studies)


The National achievement Test (NAT) is a locally-made standardized test designed to determine pupils/students’ achievement level, strengths and weaknesses in five key curricular subject areas at the end of the school year.”

The NAT, which is a system-based assessment, was specially designed to gauge learning outcomes across target levels in identified periods of basic education. In particular, it spans from mid assessment of elementary education which falls on the third grade, and then to a terminal exit assessment which falls on the sixth grade. The test results in NAT G6 can likewise serve as measurement of incoming first year students’ readiness for high school

The NAT was developed to measure what pupils/students in G3, G6 and 4th year know and can do in five subject areas: Science, Math, English, Filipino and Hekasi in Elem. and AP in 4th yr

Specifically, the test aims to:

  1.  provide empirical information on the achievement level of pupils/students in G3, G6 and 4th yr to serve as guide for policy makers, administrators, curriculum planners, supervisors, principals and teachers in their respective course of action
  2.   identify and analyze variations on achievement levels across the years by region, division, school and other variables determine the rate of improvement in basic education with respect to individual schools within certain time frames 
  3. On the other hand, the NAT for  Fourth yr serves as assessment of whole learning.

Free NAT Araling Panlipunan Reviewer for High School

This Free NAT Araling Panlipunan Reviewer for High School is for the National Achievement Test--an annual examination given to Grade sixth and tenth students in the Philippines. The students' knowledge and mastery over the subjects English, Mathematics, Science, Filipino, and Hekasi is measured using a multiple choice type of test. The examination is administered by the Department of Education's National Educational Testing and Research Center (NETRC).

This National Achievement Test (NAT) reviewer focuses on Araling Panlipunan, especially in Economics.


This reviewer is a not an official product of DepEd, CHED, or any institution. This is a contribution of the following persons (see OurHappySchool.com Disclaimer):

Angelica R. Pueyo, Quinnie c. Maneclang, Jeanel M. Mendoza and Rachel D. Quistol.

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Note: If this reviewer is assigned to you by your teacher (or school), 'print screen' and print your score/result after taking this exam/reviewer, and submit it to your school authority.

Free NAT HIGH SCHOOL Araling Panlipunan REVIEWER

This Free NAT HIGH SCHOOL Araling Panlipunan REVIEWER is for the National Achievement Test (NAT) -- an examination given annually in March to assess the competency of both public and private school students. A score of 75% and up indicates mastery of the subject and 50% to less than 75%, near mastery; while a score of below 50% indicates low mastery.

This reviewer is about Araling Panlipunan  (A.P.) (Social Studies). It covers information in economics, world, philosophers, reformists, stone ages, and so on that are related to the subject matters studied in the subject (high school level).

This reviewer is a not an official product of CHED or any other institution. This is a contribution of the following persons (see OurHappySchool.com Disclaimer):

Jenny Ann Teaño, Kathiryn Ginoy, Dawn Teotico, Madel Valencia and Renalyn Rañola.

Jose Rizal and Emilio Aguinaldo Connection

© 2013 by Jensen DG. Mañebog

EMILIO AGUINALDO Y FAMY is the officially recognized Philippines’ first president. He was the youngest to have become the country's highest official (at age 29) and the Filipino president to have outlived the most number of his successors.

Born on March 22, 1869, Aguinaldo was eight-year younger than Jose Rizal. Emilio was the seventh of the eight children of a rich and well known Chinese mestizo couple, Carlos Aguinaldo and Trinidad Famy, in Cavite Viejo (present-day Kawit), Cavite. His father was once appointed as the town’s ‘gobernadorcillo’ (municipal governor).

When Emilio was 17 years old, he became the ‘Cabeza de Barangay’ of Binakayan’, a main barrio of their town. In 1895, he became Cavite Viejo’s ‘capitan municipal’ at the age of 26.

Refer these to your siblings/children/younger friends:


The Collaboration between Jose Rizal and Andres Bonifacio

© 2013 by Jensen DG. Mañebog

BORN ON November 30, 1863, Andres Bonifacio y de Castro, founder and later the ‘Supremo’ (supreme leader) of the Katipunan, was two-year younger than Jose Rizal.

Bonifacio was the eldest of five children of Santiago Bonifacio, a tailor who served as a teniente mayor of Tondo, Manila, and Catalina de Castro, a mestiza born of a Spanish father and a Filipino-Chinese mother. When his parents died of sickness, Andres stopped attending school to support his siblings. He made and sold canes and paper fans, crafted posters for commercial firms, worked in the British trading firm ‘Fleming and Company’, later transferred as storehouse worker to the German trading firm ‘Fressell and Company’, and even moonlighted as an actor in moro-moro plays.


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