AFP Aptitude Tests to be held in Mindoro provinces on July 15-16

  • July 14, 2017
  • Lyndon Plantilla

QUEZON CITY, July 14 (PIA) --- The  Armed Forces of the Philippines Aptitude Test (the AFPAT) will be held on July 15-16 in the Mindoro Provinces.

The AFPAT is the initial qualifying examination for those who are wanted to be soldiers.  The Army is targetting to recruit 400 candidates to be convened next month.

For Occidental Mindoro, the AFPAT will be held at the Occidental Mindoro State College - Mamburao Campus, municipality of Mamburao.

For Oriental Mindoro, the exams will be held on Sunday, July 16,  at the Bansud Municipal Gym in Bansud town. 

Both exams will begin at 8:00 A.M.   Applicants are expected to come early, preferably before 7 am, to fill up registration forms at the venue.

They must have with them the following required documents: (1) original Transcript of Records (college/ vocational) or form 137 and 138 (High school) w/ visible dry seal; original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (National Statistics Office) birth certificate with receipt; (3) two pieces of picture (2x2); and (4) two Identification cards. (LP/Victoy Vitrix)


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