The University of the Philippines (UP) just released the results of its college admissions for the academic year 2022-2023.
For the first day of the UP College Admission results release, applicants will have to refer to the designated time that corresponds to the first letter of their surname to view their results. This was done to help manage online traffic. So, without further ado, let’s begin.
When can I view my UPCA result?
Starting May 31, 2022, you can view your admission result based on the said schedule:
|Time||First letter of surname|
|8AM to 10:59AM||A to F|
|11AM to 1:59PM||G to M|
|2PM to 4:59PM||N to S|
|5PM to 7:59PM||T to Z|
|8PM onwards||A to Z (free for all)|
Where can I view my UP admission result?
You can check your admission result by visiting UPCA’s website here: https://upcaresults.up.edu.ph. All you have to do is sign in with your username and password to view your result.
How did UP administer the admissions without the test?
Due to the health crisis, the Philippine university said that its university councils chose not to administer examinations for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Instead, UP asked applicants to send their application forms to their online portal, along with their grades in high school. These details were then used to help evaluate them.
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When is the UP College Admission 2022?
Since the admission test/exams were canceled, UP began accepting applications starting October 25, 2021.
The applicants were judged according to their final grades from Grade 8 to the first semester of Grade 11.
How do I contact UP Admissions Office?
You can reach the University of the Philippines admissions office through their website: https://upcollegeadmissions.up.edu.ph, email: email@example.com, or via telephone at +63 2 8981-8500.
As you just saw, the release of the 2022 results, and how the admission was conducted, were a little different. That’s due to the lack of the traditional UPCAT, or the admissions test. As the pandemic eases, the Philippine university might bring back the physical, face-to-face test for the next academic year.