The University of the Philippines – College Admission Test (UPCAT) results for Academic Year AY 2019-2020 released on March 2019 or in five (5) months after the exams. UPCAT 2019 was administered on October 27-28, 2018 in more than 18 test centers nationwide including UPEPP (Clarkfield, Pampanga), UP Visayas (Iloilo City), UP Los Baños (Laguna), UP Cebu (Cebu City), UP Tacloban College (Tacloban City), Cagayan de Oro City, UP Mindanao (Davao City), UP Baguio (Baguio City) and UP Diliman (Quezon City).
“If you qualify admission to UP, register according to the instructions provided by the college or unit to which you have been accepted,” UP Admissions said.
UP Admission also stated, “Check the UPCAT website (https://upcat.up.edu.ph) for announcements and posting of UPCAT results by March 2019. A list of UP Qualifiers from your school will be sent to your principal. Individual notices will also be sent to all examinees.”
Here are the official results below:
For All UPCAT 2019 Examinees
The UPCAT full results may now be viewed in the UPCAT main website https://upcat.up.edu.ph
All UPCAT examinees are asked to go to the UPCAT website. Carefully read the instructions on how to view your application results.
CLICK on the Application Status button. You will need to log in with the email and password you used in your online application.
If you applied manually, use the contact email address you put in your UPCAT application to create a new account.
If you have problems logging in, please follow the instructions provided for resetting password or creating a new email account.
If you received an offer for admission, you are required to reply to the offer starting April 7 until April 14, 2019.
For inquiries please contact the UP Office of Admissions at tel 927-4561; UP Trunkline 981-8500 Loc. 3826, 3827, 3828; or email at [email protected]
The UPCAT consists of 4 subtests: Language Proficiency (in English and Filipino), Reading Comprehension (in English and Filipino), Science, and Math. Standardized UPCAT scores are combined with the weighted average of the last 3 years of high school final grades to determine the UP admission grade (UPG).
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