Objective: To investigate the accuracy of liquid-based cytology, HPV DNA test, and the combination of liquid-based cytologyband HPV DNA test, compared to histopathology as the gold standard of precervical cancer lesion screening. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study. The medical records of patients who came to the Womenâ€™s Health Clinic of Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital during the period of July 2013 to December 2015 were evaluated. Results: The high risk type HPV DNA is detected in 76% CIN 1, 88.46% CIN 2, and 84.21 CIN 3 in histopathology results. The accuracy of liquid-based cytology; sensitivity 88.54%, specificity 35.71%, PPV 75.89%, and NPV 57.69%. The accuracy of HPV DNA; sensitivity 81.25%, specificity 78.57%, PPV 89.66%, and NPV 64.71%. The accuracy of combination: sensitivity 94.79%, specificity 35.71%, PPV 77.12%, and NPV 75%. Conclusion: The addition of HPV DNA test increased the sensitivity from 88.54% to 94.79% because of decreasing of false negative of liquid-based cytology. This thing has showed that the combination of liquid-based cytology and HPV DNA test could the one of the option of precervical cancer lesion screening method, especially in secondary or tertier health center in Indonesia.