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USTET 2012 Results (USTET for AY 2012-2013)

Good news to all who took the USTET in 2011. The USTET Results for AY 2012-2013 are out.

Update: The USTET Results are truly and officially out!!! To check USTET Results for 2012-2013, go to the UST Entrance Results link (see below).

Just to be clear, when we say USTET 2012 results we mean the results of the UST Entrance Test administered in 2011. It’s called USTET 2012 because it is the entrance exam that  determines who will be accepted as UST college freshmen in the 2012-2013 intake year.

To check the results, visit the UST Entrance Test results page (http://myuste.ust.edu.ph:8888/admission/results.jsp). Note: you need your applicant number to be able to check results online.

What to Expect

After you punch in your magic numbers and surname, the USTET results page will return your application status. The potential results are:

  1. Passed – Self-explanatory. Go on and confirm your slot (after you give yourself a much-deserved pat on the back).
  2. For Interview – Your USTET scores have qualified you for the next stage of your chosen program’s admission process. If you ace the interview (which we know you will), you’ll go through.
  3. On Waiting List – Your USTET scores have qualified you for your chosen program. Unfortunately, you chose a quota course and the limited number of slots have already been filled up. If you are on the waiting list, you will have to wait for slots to become available (which happens when students with assured slots vacate them for other options – say a different program or a different college) .
  4. Did not Qualify – This means you did not meet the minimum cut-off scores of your chosen program or of the university.
  5. Academic Placement – There is hope yet. Your scores may not have qualified you for your chosen program, but you did make the university’s cut-off grade. This means you have a chance of getting a slot in a program where your scores qualify. Of course, you may have to wait a bit before you find out whether you will have a slot or not since the university will first have to wait for confirmation from those who passed and then offer vacated slots to those in the waiting list.

If you Passed the 2012 USTET…

Congratulations! Go and confirm your enrollment as soon as possible to ensure that you don’t forfeit your slot. Bring your USTET Permit  / Result Form to UST and pay the PhP 5,000 deposit. This is non-refundable, but it will be deducted from your tuition. You’ll only lose that money if you confirm your slot – thereby denying somebody else a chance to win it – but fail to enroll in the end.

After paying the deposit, you’ll need to submit required documents such as: High School Report Card, Certificate of Good Moral Character from the principal and guidance counselor or class adviser, 2″x2″ picture, ACR (only if you’re a resident / immigrant alien), and passport / student visa (only if you’re a non-resident alien).

If you need more information than this, perhaps our post on USTET Results and the Next Steps will help. You may also find USTET Reconsideration Process useful.