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By: Wilfred Gábriel Gapas and Janina Denise Torralba There are universities within the Philippines and in foreign countries that has an Essay Writing Portion. Don’t get nervous! Entrance tests with an essay writing portion would only require you to write … Continue reading →
Just an update for everyone who took the Ateneo College Entrance Test in September, 2011: the ACET 2012 Results are now out. Again, it should be clarified that this is the ACET results for SY 2012-2013 incoming freshmen. Where to … Continue reading →
One of the nice things about taking a difficult test—the ACET, for instance—is the fact that you can plead your case before school authorities if you don’t quite measure up to their standards. Like its fellow universities, the Ateneo de … Continue reading →
Is there an extension of the submission deadline for ACET requirements? Not officially, no. The official deadline still stands, yet the Office of Admission and Aid is willing to accept late submissions under certain conditions. The catch is that there … Continue reading →
The results of the Ateneo College Entrance Test (ACET) for the AY 2011-2012 intake year are out. To find out if you are one of the accepted and waitlisted applicants for this coming schoolyear, go to the ACET results page … Continue reading →
The following is a complete list of all Ateneo College Entrance Test or ACET provincial testing centers or venues. To find the provincial testing center nearest you, go to the appropriate section (Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao) then find your province. … Continue reading →
As of June 15 2010, the Ateneo College Entrance Test (ACET) application period is officially open. If you are an aspiring Ateneo de Manila University freshman or transferee for School Year 2011-2012, you must take and pass this year’s ACET. … Continue reading →
There are people who seem to thrive under pressure, and there are people who wouldn’t dare touch it with a ten-foot pole. Regardless of which type of person you are, pressure is something you’ll need to deal with anyway when … Continue reading →
The Ateneo bears the distinction of being one of the country’s premier universities. Consequently, it also has a reputation for having one of the country’s most difficult entrance exams. The ACET’s pressure cooker approach is precisely what leaves applicants feeling … Continue reading →
Like the math portions of college entrance exams, the science portions also have a kind of pattern to them. The tests draw from certain major branches of science, each with their respective sub-branches. If you’d like a listing of the … Continue reading →
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