UPCAT results for SY 2011-2012 released

By on Jan 4, 2011 in Exam Results Comments

Nearly 13,000 senior high school students have passed the University of the Philippines College Admission Test (UPCAT) for the incoming school year SY 2011-2012, according to its official website on Tuesday.

As reported at GMA News on the same day, around 60,000 high school students take the UPCAT every year, and more than 67,000 students took the exam in 2009. However, only about 10,000 students pass the test on average yearly.

According to UP’s website, UPCAT is a five-hour examination in English and Filipino that consists subtests on language proficiency, reading comprehension, mathematics, and science; and can only be taken once.

UPCAT applicants are being ranked based on their high school weighted average and their admission grades which are the combined weighted scores in the UPCAT subtests.

Meanwhile, the top-ranking applicants will qualify based on the quota and cut-off grade set by each UP campus.

Successful applicants are ranked based on two factors: their combined weighted scores in the UPCAT sub-tests and the weighted averages of their high school grades.

For the complete list of names of those who successfully passed the UPCAT, the public is being invited to visit UPCAT Results 2011 Online, or its mirror websites such as UP StickBread Solutions, MVS, or Pregi.net.

Nevertheless, the same complete list of names of successful UPCAT passers will be posted at the Office of Admissions in UP Diliman on January 4, 2011, Tuesday.

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