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 →
There’s something inside all of us that recognize the need for second chances. Even DLSU recognizes this. That is why the school offers entrance exam- takers another chance to land a slot in the university if their first attempt didn’t … Continue reading →
Is there an extension of the submission deadline for DLSUCET requirements? Unfortunately, there isn’t one. DLSU is pretty strict when it comes to submission deadlines because the testing schedule allows for batches. In the event that an applicant misses his … Continue reading →
The DLSUCET Results for the freshmen intake year of 2011-2012 is out. It was released on January 3, 2011. If you took the DLSUCET from August to September of last year (2010), visit http://enroll.dlsu.edu.ph/dlsu/freshmen/to check the DLSU freshman entrance exam … Continue reading →
Newsflash everybody! The De La Salle University College Entrance Test (DLSUCET) application is now ongoing. The DLSUCET application period officially started on June 1, 2010. The application period will end on August 31, 2010. If you don’t want to miss … Continue reading →
A wise person said that life gives you the test first, and the lesson later. I can’t help but wonder if that sage was referring to college entrance exams as well. Granted, the test may cover high school material, but … Continue reading →
It’s a wonderful feeling to being able to accomplish an important task at your own pace. Unfortunately, entrance tests like the DLSUCET generally don’t allow you to do that. Many are the tales of who ran out of time and … 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 →
To an applicant going through a lot of stress, math sections of college entrance tests may appear as odd assortments of numbers, problems and headaches. Fortunately, there is an inherent pattern to it—a method to the “madness,” if you will. … Continue reading →
In anime and manga, a nosebleed refers to a male character’s manly interest in an attractive female character. In college entrance tests, though, a nosebleed is a sure sign that one is struggling with the English section of the exam. … Continue reading →
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