UPDATE: The results are out! Who passed the first ever PhilSAT? Click the link below to get the results.
Thousands of aspiring law students took the first Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhilSAT) on Sunday, April 16 in several testing centers in Baguio City, Metro Manila, Legazpi City, Cebu City, Iloilo City, Davao City and Cagayan de Oro City.
All aspiring law students must take the PhilSAT, a national admission test administered by the Legal Education Board (LEB), before they can be admitted in any law school in the Philippines.
Examinees must meet the passing percentage of 55% to get admitted to any law school.
For its pilot year, the LEB announced that law schools are still allowed to admit new students, who did not reach the passing rate, as long as they were able to take the exam. Full implementation will be on academic year 2018-2019.
The PhilSAT rating, however, may still serve as one of the bases for law schools to rank your performance and consider your enrolment.
The release date of results will still be announced.