U.P. LAW APTITUDE EXAMINATION (LAE)
Law Aptitude Examination (LAE) is the entrance examination for students wanting to enter U.P. College of Law. Admission to the College of Law is highly competitive based solely on merit. The Admissions Committee shall base their decision on the applicant’s LAE Examination Grades and General Weighted Average (GWA) in the undergraduate course, or additional requirements as it may deem necessary. To qualify for enrollment, An applicant must have satisfactorily completed in an authorized university or college a bachelor’s degree in Arts or Sciences with any of the following subjects as major or field of concentration: Political Science, Philosophy, English, History or Economics or a bachelor’s degree holder in a field other than those mentioned above must have earned 12 units of English, 9 units of History/Economics, 9 units of any of the following Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology or Sociology, and 3 units of Rizal course.
The LAE consists of objective tests designed to measure certain abilities and skills necessary for the study of law at the U.P. College of Law. The test subjects include Communication Skills, Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary, Critical Thinking, and Verbal and Quantitative Reasoning.
Who may take the examination?
Anyone who has finished or is finishing a 4-year bachelor’s degree in the arts or sciences from a Commission on Higher Education (CHED) recognized college or university, is qualified to take the examination upon prior application, proper identification and registration. LAE is usually administered on the 1st or 2nd Sunday of February in U.P. Diliman, U.P. Cebu and U.P. Davao.
For more info about LAE for the next Academic Year, please visit www.law.upd.edu.ph
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