• The ability of a reader to comprehend and analyze written texts is measured by their reading comprehension level. It is divided into three levels: analytical, inferential, and literal. The reader must use a different set of abilities and techniques for each level. It is an essential ability for both lifetime learning and academic success. The purpose of this study is to seek the reading comprehension level of Filipino Grade 3 learners using the three levels of comprehension questions: analysis/pagsusuri, inferential/paghinuha, and literal/literal. The three levels of comprehension questions were utilized to determine the learners’ level using a convenience sampling method. The method is often used when the researcher is unable to access a random or representative sample due to time, budget, or logistic constraints. The data collected indicated that, with a score of 77.78%, the learners’ comprehension level in literal questions is at the instructional level. With a score of 33.33%, the learners’ comprehension level for inferential questions was frustration. Furthermore, with a score of 33.33% on analysis questions, the learners’ comprehension level was frustration. With a mean score of 48.15, it was further determined that Filipino Grade 3 learners’ overall reading comprehension level is frustration.