by Janina Denise H. Torralba The function of the UPCAT, among other things, is to gauge how much you have learned and retained throughout high school. In some cases, a student may have learned a lot beforehand, making it unnecessary … Continue reading →
Academic-Clinic is glad to announce that Brain Train Tutorial & Review Center is sponsoring another UPCAT essay-writing contest. If you recall, Brain Train launched this first-of-its-kind contest last year. Little did anyone know then that it was a portent of … Continue reading →
Everyone, there’s urgent UPCAT news! We have called the UP Office of Admissions and it has been confirmed: there’s going to be an essay writing portion in this year’s UP College Admission Test (UPCAT 2013). I asked and I was … Continue reading →
Here is Academic Clinic’s Infographic on UPCAT Qualifers. Here we can see the general UPCAT Passing Rate which is 17% as well as the passing rates of two of the most in demand UP campus in the system UP Manila … Continue reading →
By: Janina Denise H. Torralba It has been quite a ride for you; possibly this has even gone on for about a year. You applied for the UPCAT, took the test, waited for months, got wind of the results, and … Continue reading →
By: Janina Denise H. Torralba In the first half of the fourth article, we discussed UP’s curriculum (since it is very different from other universities’ curricula, and is therefore quite complicated) and the basics of the pre-enlistment procedure. In the … Continue reading →
By: Janina Denise H. Torralba The University of the Philippines stands out from other universities in many ways. Among the things that make UP unique are the curriculum and the system by which the students conform to it. Unlike most … Continue reading →
By: Janina Denise H. Torralba The fact that you aced the UPCAT should be enough proof that you’ve got what it takes to study in UP. After all, with the complicated process by which the UPG is computed, it is … Continue reading →
By: Janina Denise H. Torralba Confirming your slot in UP means you are truly ready for the responsibilities that being a student in the premier State University entails. There are, however, some things that you might not be equipped to … Continue reading →
By: Janina Denise H. Torralba As they all say, qualifying for the University of the Philippines is just the beginning of your life in the premier State University. What comes after all the euphoria and thrill of qualifying for UP? … Continue reading →
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