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04 SEPTEMBER 2000. VOLUME 32. NUMBER 15. 4 PAGES_ 

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Lasallians called to lead morning prayer


The Student Development Office invites the various DLSU-Manila offices and departments to take part in leading the morning prayer every 8:30 a.m. at the Pearl of Great Price Chapel. Interested parties may contact SDO at 536-2104 or 524-4611 loc. 410 and ask for Ace or Ruben.

Free entrance exams for high school

In last week’s issue of the DLSU Newsletter, the article “DLSU-Manila waives entrance exams fee for selected high schools” failed to mention that Manila Science High School is included in the list of public schools which are entitled to free College Entrance Test (CET) applications for school year 2001-2002. Our apologies.

ITEO invites faculty, personnel to be CET examiners, proctors

The Institutional Testing and Evaluation Office (ITEO) invites examiners and proctors to administer the College Entrance Test (CET) for freshman applicants for SY 2001-2002.

The CET examinations are set on October 15 & 29 and November 5 & 19 (all Sundays), with sessions at 8 a.m.-12nn. and at 1:30- 5:30 p.m. Orientation for examiners will be held on September 13 & 14, while for proctors, on September 20 & 21at the Waldo Perfecto Seminar Room.

To qualify as an examiner, one has to be any of the following: a faculty member, an academic service faculty, an academic service personnel, or a technical support staff of the Information Technology Center. To qualify as a proctor, one has to be a DLSU-Manila staff or personnel. Honorarium and meal allowance will be given.

Those interested may contact ITEO at locals 168/143 or e-mail at iteorag@mail.dlsu.edu.ph.

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