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GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

A. FRESHMAN
1. Original Form 138 (High School Card) 
2. Birth Certificate from the National Statistics Office
3. Original UNP-CAT Result
4. Certificate of Good Moral Character
5. 3 pcs. 2X2 picture
B. TRANSFEREE
1. Honorable Dismissal or Permit to Transfer
2. Copy of Grad
3. Original UNP-CAT Result
4. Certificate of Good Moral Character
5. 3 pcs. 2X2 picture
C. FOREIGN STUDENTS
SPECIFIC ADMISSION AND RETENSION/PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS

  1. COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
  2. COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
      a. Bachelor of Science in Nursing
      b. Certificate in Health Aid
      c. Certificate in Midwifery
  3. COLLEGE OF NURSING
  4. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
  5. COMPUTER CENTER
  6. LABORATORY SCHOOLS
  7. OPEN LEARNING CENTER
  8. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

TESTING SERVICES

  1. UNP-CAT
    1. Requirements
    2. Batch Processing
  2. Nursing Aptitute Test
  3. Teaching Aptitude Test (TAT)
  4. Law School Qualifying Test (LSQT)
  5. Medical Admission Test (MAT)
  6. Laboratory High School Qualifying Exam(LHSQE)
  7. Laboratory Grade School Qualifying Examination (LGSQE)
Other Psychological Tests

TESTING SERVICES

The Testing Services of the University Testing Center consists of the administration,scoring and interpretation the following Psychological Tests:

ADMISSION TESTS

           These tests are given to students/pupils who seek admission to the university.

A. UNP-CAT

  1. Admission into the university undergraduate degree program requires that the prospective students pass the UNP-CAT with at least 75% except in courses which require higher cut-off scores, i.e. BSN Traditional, BSN Ladderized, BSA, BEEd, BSE, BSCS).
  2. Admission to the non-degree programs of the university does not require the prospective students to take/pass the UNP-CAT.
  3. The following students may take the UNP-CAT
    1. Senior students of DEP-ED accredited high schools who are expecting to graduate at the end of the school year.
    2. Graduates of DEP-ED accredited high schools or secondary schools abroad.
    3. Transferees from other colleges/universities (local or abroad) who are classified as first or second year college students unless they have taken/passed admission tests in other schools, results of which are applicable to the standard used by UNP, and show evidence thereof.
    4. Those declared eligible for admission to college after taking the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT)
    5. Those who failed in the UNP-CAT administered during the previous years but have not yet taken the re-test.
    6. Students who are currently enrolled in the non-degree programs of UNP who have not yet taken the UNP-CAT.
  4. UNP-CAT application forms should be filed personally by the applicants. Senior high school students who avail of the BATCH PROCESSING SCHEME are however exempted from this rule.
  5. Students who fail in the UNP-CAT are entitled to one (1) re-test only, at least one year from the date of examination.
  6. Students who request for a second copy of their UNP-CAT results should pay a processing fee at the Cashier’s Office.

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Requirements to be submitted:

  1. Correctly and completely accomplished Application Form.
  2. Two 2” x 2” identical recent photographs, colored with red background and name tag.
  3. Photocopy of Form 138 for High School graduates who have not yet entered college and Official Certification of Grades in subjects taken/ Official Transcript of Records for students who are presently/have been enrolled in colleges/state universities/vocational/technical schools.
    1. Foreign students must present scholastic records duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in their country of origin or legal residence with diplomatic red ribbon, original signature and seal.
  4. A self-addressed and stamped envelope for the mailing of examination result.
  5. A non-refundable Testing Fee of PhP150.00
  6. Clearance from the University Registrar for foreign students and PEPT eligibles.

Additional Requirements for Foreign Students

  1. Verified Certification of Registration for Resident Immigrant Aliens.
  2. Original copy of Passport and Student Visa for non-resident aliens.

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UNP-CAT BATCH PROCESSING

 

Guidelines for Batch Processing of UNP-CAT Application Forms(For the Applicants)
What is Batch Processing?
All application forms, documents and payments of applicants from the same school are submitted together as one group by the authorized representative of the school.
Advantages of Batch Processing

  1. No more long lines.
  2. There will be more systematic feedback by the UNP Testing Center with regard to the status of the applicants (i.e., lacking requirements).

Disadvantages of Batch Processing
None
How can a school avail of this?

  1. There must be a duly authorized representative of the school (i.e. Guidance Counselor, Adviser, Principal or School Coordinator) to organize its students who are planning to apply to UNP.
  2. The student together with the duly authorized representative must ensure that all admission requirements are complete and all information are correct. The following are the requirements to be submitted or accomplished by the applicant and the duly authorized school representative...
    1. Official list of applicants
      The duly authorized school representative must ensure that all students or applicants are in the list.
    2. A testing fee of PhP150.00 per applicant to be submitted to the duly authorized school representative.
    3. Payment should be duly received and acknowledged by the authorized school representative. The applicant must sign opposite his/her name in the list and to be countersigned by the duly authorized school representative.
    4. The applicant should follow-up with the school representative regarding the status of his/her application and when to expect his/her Test Permit and schedule of testing.

Procedure:

  1. Organize the students from your school who are planning to apply to UNP.
  2. Explain to the students how to fill-up the application forms and what documents to prepare.
  3. Collect the application requirements of the students. Affix your signature at the end of the application form after checking its completeness and correctness.
  4. Arrange all the application forms in alphabetical order.
  5. Make an alphabetical listing of the applicants. The named list should indicate the individual as well as the total amount to be paid by the group as a whole.
  6. Ensure that both you and the applicant counter-sign opposite the applicant’s name whenever a payment is made.
  7. When all the documents are complete and application fees have been collected, make the actual payment at the UNP Cashier’s Office, located at the ground floor of Administration Building of the University.
  8. After payment has been made, submit everything directly to the UNP Testing Center.

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B. NURSING APPTUTUDE TEST

           This test is given to second year nursing students as well as second coursers, shifters and transferees who satisfactorily meet the Admission Requirements of the University and the Institute of Nursing/College of Health Sciences. It is used to determine whether an applicant should be accepted to the nursing program or not.

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C. TEACHING APPTUTUDE TEST

This test is administered to second year BSE, BEEd, BSIE students as well as shifters, transferees and second coursers who satisfactorily meet the Admission Requirements of the University and the College of Teacher Education. It is used to determine whether an applicant should be accepted to the teacher education programs or not.

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D. LAW SCHOOL QUALIFYING TEST (LSQT)

This test is administered to students who seek admission to the College of Law and who satisfactorily meet the Admission Requirements of the University and the said college. It is used to determine whether an applicant should be allowed to enroll in the LIB program or not.

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E. MEDICAL ADMISSION TEST (MAT)

This test is administered to students who seek admission to the Medical Program of the University and who satisfactorily meet the Admission Requirement of the University and the College.

Procedure for TAT/NAT/MAT/LSQT

  1. The Applicants shall first go to the corresponding college for assessment of grades and requirements.
  2. The Dean of College shall make the endorsement for qualified applicants to take the test needed for the course/program.

The Testing Center shall process the application forms and set the test schedules of the qualified applicants.

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F. Laboratory High School Qualifying Exam (LHSQE)

*For First Year High School

QUALIFICATIONS OF AN APPLICANT
To qualify for the examination, the applicant must:

  1. Be a grade VI pupil expecting to graduate at the end of the School Year with a general average of 83% or higher based from the last grading period preceding the filing of the Application Form.
  2. Elementary graduate who has not yet entered high school and with a general average of 83% or higher.

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED:

  1. Properly and completely accomplished Application Form.
  2. Photocopy of Birth Certificate issued by the NSO (bring original copy)
  3. Two identical 2”x 2” recent photographs (colored with red background), one to be attached to the Application Form and the other to the Test Permit
  4. Photocopy of Form 138 or report card duly authenticated by the School Principal/verified by the Testing Center (bring original copy)
  5. A self-addressed and stamped envelope for the mailing of the examination result.
  6. A non-refundable testing fee of PhP100.00

Procedure in Processing Application Forms:

  1. The applicant will first go to the Guidance Counselor of the UNP – Laboratory School (2nd Floor Antonio Luna Hall) for assessment of documents
  2. After his/her Application Form has been thoroughly verified/ascertained by the Guidance Counselor and upon her recommendation, the applicant shall then proceed to the Cashier for payment of testing fee (PhP100.00).

The Applicant shall then submit his/her Application Form and other documents together with his/her Official Receipt to the Testing Center, ground floor, Administration Building for final processing.

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G. Laboratory Grade School Qualifying Examination (LGSQE) *For Grade 1

QUALIFICATIONS OF AN APPLICANT
To qualify for the examination, the applicant must:

  1. Be six years of age by June of the coming School Year
  2. Have attended Kindergarten School

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED:

  1. Correctly and completely accomplished Application Form.
  2. Photocopy of Birth Certificate issued by the NSO (bring original copy)
  3. Photocopy of form 138 or Report Card (bring original copy)
  4. A self-addressed envelope
  5. Two identical and recent 2” x 2” photographs – colored with red background, one to be attached to the Application Form and the other, to the Test Permit.
  6. A non-refundable testing fee of PhP150.00

Procedure in Processing Application Forms:

  1. The applicant will first go to the Guidance Counselor of the UNP Laboratory School (2nd Floor Antonio Luna Hall) for assessment of documents
  2. After his/her Application Form has been thoroughly verified/ascertained by the Guidance Counselor and upon her recommendation, the applicant shall then proceed to the Cashier for payment of testing fee (PhP150.00).
  3. The Applicant shall then submit his/her Application Form and other documents together with his/her Official Receipt to the Testing Center, ground floor, Administration Building, for final processing.

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H. OTHER PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS

           These tests are administered to UNP students and employees depending on their needs/concerns or the requirements of administration and those of the special programs designed to cater to certain groups (i.e., Caregiver students, Call Center Applicants).

  1. Mental Ability Tests  - Tests designed to measure an individual’s general level of intellectual functioning
  2. Interest Tests – Tests which help individuals identify their areas of interest particularly along their choice of course/career.
  3. Aptitude Tests – Tests designed to help individuals identify their potentialities or areas where they excel in- i.e. Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Ability, Abstract Reasoning, Language Usage: Spelling and Grammar, etc. Data taken from these tests together with the Interest Tests are useful in helping students along their choice of career.
Personality Tests – Tests designed to measure an individual’s personality traits and/or characteristics. Data taken from these tests will enable an individual understand himself/herself better.

 

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