UP College of Law: Law Aptitude Examination (LAE) Results

The University of the Philippines (UP) College of Law has released the results of the Law Aptitude Examination (LAE) for academic year 2008-2009. Please see the list of passers and updates here. There are 301 who passed the written exam.

Please note that the written exam is only the first part of the selection process.The second phase is the panel interview. When the dust settles, only 200 will be accepted to the UP College of Law. Any celebration (and, ahem, OMG moments noted by Kalawkohan) is premature at this time.

31 comments

  1. Good day! I just want to ask the difference between TOR and certified true copy of grades. I’m a little bit confuse about it. I’m hoping for your positive response.thanks.

  2. Good morning Atty. I have some few questions about the UP LAE . Kailan po ba ang last filing of application and paano po kung graduating palang po ako next year and ala pa po akong TOR or yung Certificate of Graduation …

  3. excited here for the result…all i know, the decision whether you will be IN or OUT depends on your LAE and your UNDERGRADUATE GRADES.

    Do you think the result will be out by january? I heard its by February.

  4. TORTURE???…sinabi mo pa! but this a UP LAW TORTURE! It is the cause when you had taken the exam that results to a feeling when you cant just scream not the pain nor anger but the feeling of excitement, nervousness, impatience and being promised of releasing the results…ITS LIKE KILLING ME sooooooooooooooooooo SOFTLY,…so slowwwwwwlllllllllllllllyyyyyyy… ahahaha..do you know that feeling when u want to shout but u cant for people might scold looking at you for no reason at they suspect you for being a deranged creature…naway matapos na ang pagiging praning ko! (at mga kasamahan ko, lol)

  5. um, is it true that there’s no assurance to be at UP even if u pass the LAE. Coz I heard sa interview nag tatanggal din sila.

  6. i’ll be taking up up lae nxt year…is it difficult?im so worried how to start my review.is there any site where u can have lae reviewer?thanks.Godspeed!!!!

  7. Hi I’ve been following your blog for quite sometime now. I took the LAE recently (and I am not confident with my performance) That aside, I am just curious whether it is true that the computation for LAE is 60-40. Meaning, 60% will come from you actual LAE score and 40% from your undergraduate Grades?

    I will appreciate if you could enlighten me on this.

    Thank you!

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