Actually, not when a university is striving for genuine excellence. There should be a very strict regimen for accepting quality students to comprise its student population because oftentimes, “student quality” commands excellent reputation. Do you think UP and Harvard would become what they are today if both have been admitting students of second-rate class?Originally posted by ziggyboy
The greatest test of ability is finishing the course, not getting into one!! The reputation of a university does not depend on its entrance examination, but the quality of graduates they produce!!!!
At DLSU-Main, entrée requirements are still stiff and competition for places widely vary upon the course. Some of its courses are really hard to get admitted. Human Bio, Accountancy and Economics are still very popular to many intellectual elite. But in other La Salle campuses, getting accepted does not command a crisis. It is as easy as the ABCs or counting, 123…