Problems with Admission?
What if you appear in the pending case list?
If you don't find your name in the list of qualifiers, check the list of Pending Cases. This is the list of applicants who failed to submit all the required documents/credentials when they filed their application to take the UPCAT. The UPCAT results of these applicants cannot be released until the required documents/credentials are completed and processed. If you find your name on this list, you should immediately contact the Office of Admissions to find out what document/s or other credential/s you need to submit so that your UPCAT results can be released.
It is important to note that inclusion in the list of Pending Cases does not guarantee admission to the University.
What to do if you score below the UPG?
If you don't qualify for admission to either campus of your choice, you will be so informed. Your notice will also indicate your UPG. You may then want to try to be admitted to any of the other seven UP campuses. To do this, you need to find out if: (a) your UPG meets the cut-off UPG of that campus, and (b) the campus still has available slots. The information you need is available from the Campus Registrars' offices.
If both conditions are met, you should then present your UPG to the Office of the Registrar of the campus to which you want to be admitted. There is no guarantee of admission, however, as each campus makes its own decision.
If no other campus can accommodate you, you have no choice but to enroll in another college or university. Subject to certain requirements, you may later apply to transfer to a UP campus. Bear in mind that each campus has its own requirements/rules on transfer students and has limited slots for them.
Results of the UPCAT will be announced in the newspapers and the UP website and will also be posted in designated areas in all UP campuses sometime in February.