So you've taken the UPCAT, seen the results, and got confused.
You might be one of those who got a degree program with available slot (DPWAS) as their course.
Or maybe one of those who has a pending case.
Or worse, you did not see your name on the list.
Whatever the case may be, here are some guidelines released by UP to help you out figure things about special cases like these.
The UPCAT Pending Case
The pending case refers to UPCAT Applicants with incomplete application documents.
Some of the reasons could be:
- no proof of payment of application fee
- no transcript
- missing grades
- supporting documents for applicants born outside the Philippines
- other requirements not submitted
If you fall into the pending case category, make sure to resolve your case before the deadline.
Deadline: Monday, May 21, 2018
Deadline for submission of required documents of Pending Cases
Some important notes:
Reconsiderations and Appeals
There are two groups of students who can make appeals:
1. Campus Qualifiers to a specific campus but who want to be admitted to another campus
If you are qualified in a certain campus, let's say UP DILIMAN, but you want to be admitted to UP BAGUIO or any other campus, then you can apply for an appeal.
Qualifiers may NOT get their UPG from the Office of Admissions
It will not be released to you.
2. Non-Qualifiers to the campuses they applied for but who have UPGs that are 2.8 or better (in the UP marking system, better means 2.79, 2.6, 2.1, 1.7, etc.)
You need an ID to pick up your NQ Notice. If a representative will pick it up for you, he/she must also have an ID & a letter of authorization from you.
You only have 1 week to pick up the NQ notice at the Office of Admissions.
Take note of the release dates of the NQ notices in your area.
Here are the requirements you need for your UPG request: