1. Standards for firefighting services prescribe that municipalities with 10,000 or
    more population but below 50,000 should provide at least one fire truck. Adjoining
    municipalities, however, are allowed to share one fire truck provided that the
    distance is within prescribed limits. In such cases, the maximum travel time
    between municipalities.
    􀀀 a. 10 minutes
    􀀀 b. 15 minutes
    􀀀 c. 20 minutes
    􀀀 d. 30 minutes
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  2. In the identification of needs and planning of social welfare programs and
    services, the planner is expected to
    􀀀 a. Involve the clientele
    􀀀 b. Involve the national and local governments
    􀀀 c. Involve the private sector
    􀀀 d. Involve all sectors mentioned above
  3. The Law that authorizes the establishment and promulgation of different levels of
    Standards of economic and socialized housing in urban and rural areas provided
    under the Subdivision and Condominium Buyers Protective Decree and the
    National Building Code is
    􀀀 a. BP 220
    􀀀 b. RA 7279
    􀀀 c. PD 957
    􀀀 d. PD 1216
  4. What ratio between saleable and non-saleable portions of the subdivision is
    requires for projects developed under BP 220 standards?
    􀀀 a. No fixed ratio
    􀀀 b. 70% saleable and 30% non-saleable
    􀀀 c. 40% saleable and 60% non-saleable
    􀀀 d. Minimum of 50% open space
  5. A single detached dwelling units is defined as a house
    􀀀 a. Good for one household
    􀀀 b. Intended for ownership
    􀀀 c. Completely surrounded be yards
    􀀀 d. With one or more of its sides abutting the property line
  6. A study which all the unites in the population is called
    􀀀 a. Wholistic study
    􀀀 b. Phenomenological study
    􀀀 c. Survey
    􀀀 d. Census
  7. The difference between a census and a survey is that
    􀀀 a. Census makes use of questionnaires while survey makes use of
    interviews for data gathering.
    􀀀 b. Census involves complete enumeration while survey involves
    􀀀 c. Census is done only every 10 years while survey can be done
    􀀀 d. Only the NSO can conduct a census but anybody can conduct a
  8. This type of plan shows the allocation of land into broad functional classes, e.g.,
    development areas, conservation/preservation areas; agricultural area and forest
    􀀀 a. Structure Plan
    􀀀 b. General Land Use Plan
    􀀀 c. Development Plan
    􀀀 d. Comprehensive Plan
  9. Agricultural land in its generic sense is synonymous with that basic land
    􀀀 a. Timberland
    􀀀 b. Unclassified public forest
    􀀀 c. Alienable and disposable
    􀀀 d. Ancestral domain
    􀀀 e. Critical watershed
  10. Which of the following is not a factor in determining the suitability of land for an
    industrial estate?
    􀀀 a. Load-bearing capacity
    􀀀 b. Soil fertility
    􀀀 c. Drainage
    􀀀 d. Slope
    􀀀 e. Location
  11. The 1987 constitution seeks to classify all lands in the public domain into four
    categories. Name the one that is not among the four.
    􀀀 a. Agricultural land
    􀀀 b. Mineral land
    􀀀 c. National park
    􀀀 d. Ancestral domain
    􀀀 e. Forest land
  12. Which of the maps listed below is not a thematic map?
    􀀀 a. Base map
    􀀀 b. Land use map
    􀀀 c. Slope map
    􀀀 d. Geologic map
    􀀀 e. Physical constraints map
  13. What class of road is not part of hierarchy?
    􀀀 a. Arterial
    􀀀 b. Collector
    􀀀 c. Distributor
    􀀀 d. Gravel surfaced
    􀀀 e. Local
  14. Which land use type is normally not classified as urban?
    􀀀 a. Institutional
    􀀀 b. Residential
    􀀀 c. mining and quarrying
    􀀀 d. Industrial
    􀀀 e. Commercial
  15. The main regulatory tool for implementing land use in the Philippines is
    􀀀 a. Capital investment programs
    􀀀 b. Special assessments
    􀀀 c. Expropriation
    􀀀 d. Zoning
  16. The agency that implements the laws, rules and regulations that support policies
    of Government with regard to optimizing the use of land as a resource is
    􀀀 a. NEDA
    􀀀 b. DAR
    􀀀 c. HLURB
    􀀀 d. DPWH
  17. The agency responsible for coordinating the housing program is
    􀀀 a. NHA
    􀀀 b. HUDCC
    􀀀 c. HLURB
    􀀀 d. MMDA
  18. The minimum lot area under PD 957 is
    􀀀 a. 100 sq. m.
    􀀀 b. 72 sq. m.
    􀀀 c 150 sq. m.
    􀀀 d. 120 sq. m.
  19. The process of arranging activities and plans among different interest or planning
    groups for the purpose of systematizing, harmonizing and facilitating operations
    is called
    􀀀 a. Public hearing
    􀀀 b. Consultation
    􀀀 c. Coordination
    􀀀 d. Scoping
  20. The process of obtaining technical advice or opinion which may or not be
    followed is called
    􀀀 a. Consultation
    􀀀 b. Coordination
    􀀀 c. Public hearing
    􀀀 d. Citizen participation
  21. This document is a series of written statements accompanied by maps,
    illustrations and diagrams which describes what the community wants to become
    and how it wants to develop. It is essentially composed of community goals,
    objectives, policies, programs and a physical development plan which translates
    the various sectoral plans.
    􀀀 a. Land Use Plan
    􀀀 b. Action Plan
    􀀀 c. Strategic Plan
    􀀀 d. Development Plan
  22. This is the process of appraising the feasibility, credibility and probable impacts
    pr consequences of alternative schemes of development or specific
    environmental conditions.
    􀀀 a. Environmental impact assessment
    􀀀 b. Evaluation
    􀀀 c. Diagnostic survey
    􀀀 d. Feasibility study
  23. One of these plans is not required under AFMA:
    􀀀 a. Regional Agro-Industrial Development Plan
    􀀀 b. The SAFDZ Integrated Development Plan
    􀀀 c. The Agricultural and Fishery modernization Plan
    􀀀 d. None of the above
  24. It is a process of predicting the likely environmental consequences of
    implementing a project of undertaking and designing appropriate preventive,
    mitigating and enhancement measures.
    􀀀 a. Scoping
    􀀀 b. Initial environmental examination
    􀀀 c. Environmental impact assessment
    􀀀 d. Environmental risk assessment
  25. In transporting planning, the collection of the data is undertaken through different
    types of surveys. The manual counting and classifying, by type of vehicle and
    direction of travel, recorder counts extending over longer periods is called
    􀀀 a. Travel time surveys
    􀀀 b. Roadside surveys
    􀀀 c. Network inventories
    􀀀 d. Zoning
  26. This is one of the methods of trips generation modeling, which is concerned with
    finding the best functional relationship between a dependent variable and one or
    more independent variables. This relationship is usually assumed to linear.
    􀀀 a. Analysis of variance
    􀀀 b. Multiple regression
    􀀀 c. Category analysis
    􀀀 d. Situational analysis
  27. This is a method of trip assignment which takes into account congestion on the
    transportation system. It is the process of determining a pattern of traffic flow for
    a known set of interzonal movements so/that the relationship between journey
    time and flow on every link on the network should be in accordance with that
    specified for the link
    􀀀 a. Diversion curves
    􀀀 b. All-or-nothing assignment
    􀀀 c. Capacity restraint
    􀀀 d. None of the above
  28. These are lands that are capable of sustaining the economic productivity levels of
    crops/land use over time in a given climatic region without adversely affecting the
    immediate and adjoining environment.
    􀀀 a. Agricultural lands
    􀀀 b. Prime agricultural lands
    􀀀 c. Environmentally critical areas
    􀀀 d. Agro-industrial zones
  29. Areas generally belonging to ICCS/IPs subject to property rights within ancestral
    􀀀 a. Indigenous areas
    􀀀 b. Cultural minority areas
    􀀀 c. Ancestral areas
  30. This refers to a tithe formally recognizing the rights of possession and ownership
    of ICC/IPs over their ancestral domains identified in accordance with the law
    􀀀 a. Torrens Title
    􀀀 b. Indigenous People Title
    􀀀 c. Land Title
    􀀀 d. Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title
  31. The following operating principles are adhered to under the Indigenous People’s
    Right Act, except
    􀀀 a. Biodiversity
    􀀀 b. Career Development of IPs
    􀀀 c. Protection of the Environment
    􀀀 d. Cultural diversity and Integrity, Consensus and Peace Building and
    human Dignity
  32. The rights of the IPs to cultural integrity shall include
    􀀀 a. Protection of indigenous culture, traditions and institutions
    􀀀 b. Right to establish and control educational and learning systems
    􀀀 c. Right to science and technology
    􀀀 d. All of the above
    􀀀 c. None of the above
  33. The primary government agency to implement the policies for the IPs is
    􀀀 a. Office of the Cultural Affairs
    􀀀 b. National Commission for the Cultural Communities
    􀀀 c. Commission for the Philippine Minorities
    􀀀 d. National Commission for Indigenous Peoples
  34. Systems, Institutions, mechanics and technologies comprising a unique body of
    knowledge enclave through time
    􀀀 a. Cultural practices
    􀀀 b. Cultural way of life
    􀀀 c. Indigenous culture
    􀀀 d. Indigenous knowledge systems and practices
  35. Consensus of all members of the ICCs/IPs determined in accordance with their
    respective customary laws and practices, free from any external manipulation
    and coercion
    􀀀 a. Indigenous consensus
    􀀀 b. Rights of Indigenous people
    􀀀 c. Free and informed consent
    􀀀 d. All of the above
  36. RA No.8371 is also known as the
    􀀀 a. NIPAS Law
    􀀀 b. Conservation and Biodiversity
    􀀀 c. Agenda 21
    􀀀 d. Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA)
  37. The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples shall protect the rights of
    Indigenous peoples, except those of
    􀀀 a. Children and youth
    􀀀 b. Elders
    􀀀 c. Women
    􀀀 d. None of the above
  38. How many commissioners comprise the national Commission on Indigenous
    􀀀 a. Five
    􀀀 b. Seven
    􀀀 c. Nine
    􀀀 d. Eleven
    􀀀 e. Four
  39. It consists of resource flows provided by bilateral sources and multilateral
    institutions with the objective of promoting the economic development and
    welfare of the recipient country.
    􀀀 a. World bank
    􀀀 b. Official Development Assistance
    􀀀 c. Internal Revenue Allotment
    􀀀 d. Development fund
  40. This Law provides a liberalization environment more conductive to private sector
    􀀀 a. RA 6657 and RA 7718 (BOT Law)
    􀀀 b. Retail Trade Liberalization Act
    􀀀 c. Urban Development and Housing Act
    􀀀 d. All of the above
    􀀀 e. None of the above
  41. A contractual arrangement whereby a project proponent is authorized to finance,
    construct, own, operate and maintain an infrastructure or development facility
    from which the proponent is allowed to recover its total investment, operating and
    maintenance costs plus a reasonable return thereon by collecting tools, fees,
    rentals and other charges from facility users.
    􀀀 a. Build and transfer
    􀀀 b. Build own and operate
    􀀀 c. Build transfer and operate
    􀀀 Develop, operate and transfer
  42. A contractual arrangement whereby the public sector contracts out the building of
    an infrastructure facility to a private entity such that the contractor builds the
    facility on a turn-key basis, assuming cost overrun, delay and specified
    performance risks.
    􀀀 a. Build and transfer
    􀀀 b. Build own and operate
    􀀀 c. Build transfer and operate
    􀀀 d. develop, operate and transfer
  43. The use of scientific methods and information to define the probability and
    magnitude of potentially adverse effects which can result from exposure to
    hazardous materials or situations
    􀀀 a. Environmental impact statement
    􀀀 b. Environmental risk assessment
    􀀀 c. Scoping
    􀀀 d. None of the above
  44. Those persons who may be significantly affected by the project or undertaking
    are called
    􀀀 a. Indigenous people
    􀀀 b. Stakeholders
    􀀀 c. Squatters
    􀀀 d. Proponent
  45. Which of these projects requires an EIS?
    􀀀 a. Golf courses and residential subdivisions above 10 hectares
    􀀀 b. Drugstores and backyard piggery
    􀀀 c. Projects under Kalakalan 20
    􀀀 d. All of the above
  46. Those suffering from restriction or lack of ability to perform an activity in the
    manner or within the range considered normal for a human being as a result of
    mental, physical or sensory impairment.
    􀀀 a. Physically challenged
    􀀀 b. Impaired
    􀀀 c. Disabled
    􀀀 d. Disadvantaged
  47. Ebenezer Howard is regarded as the most influential among the Great Thinkers
    in modern urban and regional planning. His famous book, first published in 1898,
    was titled:
    􀀀 a. Garden Cities
    􀀀 b. Garden Cities of Tomorrow
    􀀀 c. Tomorrow’s Cities
    􀀀 d. Tomorrow
  48. Ebenezer Howard’s ideas were adopted by the British Governments in the
    enactment of the New Towns Act of 1947. The new towns concept, according to
    historians, has been illustrated by Howard on a paper napkin. This famous
    diagram consists of:
    􀀀 a. One Magnet
    􀀀 b. Two Magnets
    􀀀 c. Three Magnets
    􀀀 d. Four Magnets
    􀀀 e. Five magnets
  49. Ebenezer Howard envisioned a new town deliberately outside normal commuter
    range of the old city. It would fairly small. Its population size shall be:
    􀀀 a. Ten thousand
    􀀀 b. Twenty thousand
    􀀀 c. Twenty-two thousand
    􀀀 d. Thirty thousand
  50. The first new town built following Ebenezer Howard’s idea is known as:
    􀀀 a. Letchworth
    􀀀 b. Soltaire
    􀀀 c. Strenage
    􀀀 d. Welwyn
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