I'm a senior now and am anticipating the DLSCu-CET.
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I'm a senior now and am anticipating the DLSCu-CET.
wag ka na mag-review, papasa ka naman eh
^may pagka-sarcastic ba yung words of encouragement? Honestly, from 1-10, I would rate it 9 basing it on the level of diffculty of questions; and, per se, compared to UPCAT and USTET, I find it the most difficult. Added to that, the choices of degree programs and scholasatic records, however, will also be huge factors of you getting in. So, do very well, especially if you're opting to pick courses like BSA, Engineering courses, and Science courses, for these degrees impose very high quota.
From what I've heard they raised the difficulty and the requirement percentage to pass Well generally speaking, the DLSUCET is harder in terms of test difficulty compared to ADMU/UST (mainly kasi mas madaming possible topics mabigay sayo) but just do your best, try to review the basic formulas that you may forget, refresh your previous knowledge, and you're set
Good luck and hope to see you in DLSU!
Yup review and make sure na line of 9 lahat grades mo para makapasok..
It can be easy on some parts you are good at but usually hard on everything
To be honest, math and english parts are easy. But for me, science part was difficult.
If I rate 1-10, math is 6, english is 6 and science is 9.
oo tama mga tao dito, naalala ko tuloy nung kumuha ako ng exam, mas mahirap nga text ng DLSU kaysa ADMU, sumakit ulo ko sa DLSUCET..
sa UST madali lang test, pero lam ko marami rin silang di tinatanggap
mahirap eh yung english part, suwakto lang sakin yung math and science part, grabe eh, mga limang oras ata yung test.. ,
2007 pa yun hehe..
IMO, it's way harder than the ACET. Passing there depends upon your transcript of records and your test results. Ipapantay nila yung grades mo sa course mo kung dapat first choice ka, second or third. Pero mas malaki ang hatak ng transcript of records mo depending upon the degree program you've chosen. That's all I know.
Is it true that it was way easier before and they raised their standards now? Gah. I suck at Science. I hope that there won't be a lot of questions on that topic.
Approx how many are the applicants and how many are accepted?
for me, i had a tough time with math most especially that i took the test during my summer vacation which means most of what i learned from high school are fading.
english and science are pretty easy. for english, you really have to be compulsive with grammar.
also, there are parts that you have to read looooong articles. you must endure and read it until the last word, and understand it too, of course.
you really don't need to cram for the test, a little review would do. just refresh your memory with formulas, terms, etc. stock knowledge is helpful too. :P
actually i'm a frosh right now and it's so cute seeing applicants already at Andrew. can't help thinking i was as excited as them months ago.
If I would rank entrance exam difficulty:
3. La Salle
Sa UPCAT lang talaga yung halos magkasakit na ako after ng exam. Maybe it's just me but I find the UPCAT to be much more diverse in scope compared to the ACET and DLSUCET which makes it a lot more difficult.
The ACET is generally patterned to the american SATs, so there's really no science part and the math part isn't that dominant in the exam. Here your biggest asset will be your english skills as well as your logic. Sa ACET talaga tinetest kung mautak at articulate ka as a person. Dito hindi tumatalab ang reviews. Kung mahina ka sa english at nahihirapan ka sa logical puzzles dont get your hopes high. Kaya hindi ganun karami nakakapasa ng ACET kasi walang silbi stock knowledge mo dito.
DLSU's exam is more of a rehash of everything you have learned in high school. It gets equal amount from every subject you had in hs. Here they obviously test how well you studied during your HS days. More stock knowledge rather than wit is needed here.
Just try your best, it doesn't matter if its easy or difficult kasi all of you will be taking the same exam anyway.
It's harder than ACET and UPCAT (those were the only ones I took), but believe me, you can make it if you have good grades in high school.
English was easy. Math and Science were a little bit hard, but manageable to finish within the allotted time.
Good luck! See you in La Salle!
in my viewpoint, it's harder than UPCAT, ACET and USTET, especially in the last part where (oops, conifdential. kailangan may thrill).
you'll do good naman. just review [pero hindi in the last 2 weeks ka lang magrereview].
Thank you guys. I just filled up the online form and chose APC, OrgCom and Development Studies. Mataas po ba ang quota sa mga courses na to?