MANILA, Philippines – The University of the Philippines releases the University of the Philippines College Admission (UPCA) results or formerly administered through UPCAT for the first-year applicants for the Academic Year (AY) 2021-2022.
UPCAT for 2021-2022 was cancelled due to COVID-19. Instead, they started accepting applications through its online portal. To quote,
Instead of the UPCAT, the University Councils, the highest academic policymaking body of the constituent universities in the UP System, approved a modified freshmen admissions system specific to AY 2021-2022. This includes an additional assessment of incoming first-year students by academic units to qualify for a degree program if deemed necessary
SEE ALSO: UP College Admission Results AY 2021-2022, formerly UPCAT is set to release on July 15, 2021
Full List of Successful Applicants
Here is the full list of successful applicants in the 2021-2022 UP College admissions
Refer to this link for results.
Applicants may also visit their portals to view the results at the following time-slots to manage online traffic:
- A to F at 8:00am – 10:59am
- G to M at 11:00am – 1:59pm
- N to S at 2:00pm – 4:59pm
- T to Z at 5:00pm – 7:59pm
- A to Z 8:00pm – 7:59am (free for all)
UPCAT is a yearly admissions exam held by the University of the Philippines (UP) for meritorious students who aspire to study at one of its seven (7) constituent universities and one (1) autonomous college located across fifteen (15) locations across the country.
The University of the Philippines College Application Test is also one of the most popular universities and well-known college entrance tests (UPCAT) in the country. On these campuses, UP offers more than 170 undergraduate degree programs.
While entry to the UP System is extremely competitive, with approximately hundreds of thousands of applications from all over the Philippines each year, with acceptance rates ranging from 15% to 27%, this guarantees that only the brightest students are accepted.
Examination Coverage for UPCAT and Determining UPCAT Score
UPCAT is covered into four (4) subtests. These include Mathematics, Science, Reading Comprehension, and Language Proficiency.
To determine the UP admission grade (UPG), the UPCAT exam result is combined with the weighted average of the last three (3) years of high school final grades. The examinees are then ranked using UPG. Students are then assigned a campus and degree course based on their rating.
Contact UP College Admission
Should you have concerns related to the upcoming results for UPCAT, you may also reach the Office Admissions at the following contact details:
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +63 2 8981-8500 loc. 3287/3828/3830/3831
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