University of the Philippines released the result of the University of the Philippines College Admission Test (UPCAT) for the academic year 2015-2016.
The result was posted Monday evening, January 12, in the university’s official website.
UP also informed the public that the “official UPCAT results are posted at the Office of Admissions and each examinee will receive official notification by mail.”
“Should any discrepancy in reporting exist, the information contained in the mailed notification shall take precedence over the results posted on the web,” it added.
The university also explained that those who did not make it to their campus choice can either enroll to other UP campuses if their UPG is within the cut-off and if the campus has still available slots; or students may enroll in other college or university then can later transfer to a UP campus after earning at least 33 academic units with a weighted average of 2.00 or better in the UP marking system.
The UPCAT is a five-hour examination that can only be taken once by students. It covers tests in English and Filipino with sub-tests on language proficiency, reading comprehension, mathematics and science.
Check out the result here.