One of my high school teachers once told me that the only stupid question is the one that isn’t asked. Thus, it may be well worth it to ask your question at the risk of looking stupid, especially when it involves something as important as the UPCAT.
The good news is that we’re in the Information Age—there’s actually a plethora of stuff about the UPCAT out there if one knows where to look.
Going Back to the Source
The first and most obvious source of information is the UPCAT section of the U.P. official website. In it, you’ll find enough general information about the test, how to apply for it, how to find out what your results are, etc.—in short, basic stuff.
If you’re on the prowl for insider info, however, you’ll need to set your sights elsewhere. Fortunately, the internet has a lot of resources for you to check out. Forums like Pinoy Exchange, Tristan Café and Peyups can cough up a lot of useful information if you make a post or do a search.
Been There, Done That
You can go to the ever-popular Yahoo Answers and try asking your question there. I’ve seen a number of UPCAT-related queries on it, and the answers have been pretty informative so far.
Last but not the least, take a look around this blog. You are currently inside one of the internet gold mines for UPCAT, ACET, USTET and DLSUCET related information. With posts written by contributing students or graduates from the premier colleges of our country, you can certainly find almost everything you need here. If not, feel free to leave a query and we’ll move heaven and earth to find the answer for you.
The point is to seek and ye shall find. At least one nice person will be willing to answer your questions if you take the time to ask.