PhiLSAT Coverage

Want to know the PhiLSAT coverage? The coverage includes four major areas: (1) Communication and Language Proficiency, (2) Critical thinking skills, (3) Verbal Reasoning, and (4) Quantitative Reasoning.

COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY. This subtest measures the ability to recognize grammar and usage errors and determine the appropriateness of words and phrases in given sentences. This subtest consists of three question types—sentence completion, identifying sentence error, and improving sentences.

CRITICAL THINKING. This subtest measures the ability to analyze and evaluate reasoning in written materials and to draw conclusions about given propositions. This subtest consists of two question types—logical reasoning and analytical reasoning.

VERBAL REASONING. This subtest measures the ability to understand written materials and make conclusions based on their content. This subtest consists of reading passages followed by questions about the passage.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING. This subtest measures the ability to apply basic mathematical skills to the analysis and interpretation of real-world numerical information to draw conclusions. This subtest consists of three question types—pattern recognition, data interpretation, and data sufficiency. The items in this subtest involve basic mathematical concepts and the four fundamental operations—addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The items do not require difficult computations hence the use of a calculator is not needed. Some questions can be answered more quickly by reasoning and estimating.

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The Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhiLSAT) is a prerequisite for admission to the basic law courses leading to either a Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor Degree. Students cannot enroll in any law schools in the Philippines without the PhiLSAT Certificate of Eligibility (COE), based on the LEB Memorandum No. 18.

The exact PhiLSAT schedule is announced via official LEB website. The first ever PhiLSAT was administered on April 16, 2017. The Center for Educational Measurement, Inc. (CEM) has been accredited to manage the affairs and activities related to the operation of the PhiLSAT. With CEM’s experience as an educational testing agency, it was commissioned to develop the PhiLSAT, ensure the reliability and validity of the test, and uphold the confidentiality of results and integrity of its administration. The PhiLSAT coverage has been the same since 2017.

Where to take? It can be taken in 7 sites around the country: Baguio City, Metro Manila, Legazpi City, Cebu City, Iloilo City, Davao City, and Cagayan de Oro City.

What is the passing score? It was initially announced that 55% is the passing score. But when the results of the first ever PhiLSAT was released, the passing grade was adjusted to 45% as a consideration because the examinations have limited review materials. Always aim higher than 55% because there are law schools that require passing rate above 55% for admission. The latest copy of UPLAE/PhiLSAT 2-in-1 Reviewer will surely help you pass the PhiLSAT.

If I pass, does this mean I can go to any Law School I want to enroll in? Yes, but your prospected Law School has prerogative to require you to take supplementary exam. In Ateneo and San Beda, for example, you still must pass their respective admission test. In UP Law, it is yet to announce if PhiLSAT will be a requirement for admission aside from UP Law Admission Examination.

Who are qualified to take PhiLSAT? You are qualified to take the PhiLSAT if you are a:

  1. Graduate of a 4-year bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, from duly recognized higher education institutions in the Philippines.
  2. Graduating student of a 4-year bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, from duly recognized higher education institutions in the Philippines at the end of the school year when the PhiLSAT is administered.
  3. Graduate from foreign higher education institutions with degrees equivalent to a 4-year bachelor’s degree as certified by the Commission on Higher Education

Who are exempted to take PhiLSAT? Honor graduates granted professional civil service eligibility, who are enrolling within 2 years from their college graduation, are exempted from taking the test. Those exempted from the exam will have to submit civil service recognition to the LEB.

What are the requirements? Ensure that you have the following before you register:

  1. A valid e-mail account that you will use for your online application
  2. An unretouched digital photo that meets the following specifications:
  3. Must be 2” x 2”, colored, with white background
  4. The height of the head (top of hair to bottom of chin) should measure 1 inch to 1 3/8 inches (25 mm – 35 mm)
  5. Taken within the last six (6) months to reflect your current appearance
  6. The image pixel dimensions must be in a square aspect ratio (meaning the height must be equal to the width). Minimum acceptable dimensions are 600 x 600 pixels.
  7. The file size must be less than or equal to 2 MB
  8. Must be in JPG or PNG file format
  9. NO “selfies” or improper poses. Your digital photo will appear on your PhiLSAT Identification (ID) Form, Examination Pass, and on your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) or Certificate of Grade (COG).
  10. passport, only for applicants from foreign countries

When is the registration? Online registration is available here. Always visit www.philsat.org for the latest PhiLSAT-related announcements such as PhiLSAT schedule, registration, exam coverage, updates, etc.

How much is the fee? There will be an examination fee of P1,000. The testing fee is non-refundable.  Failure to take or complete the test on the scheduled test date under any circumstances forfeits your testing fee.

How long is the exam? PhiLSAT has a time limit of up to 3 hours.

So, you now plan to take PhiLSAT

Now you are aware of the PhiLSAT coverage and other details, are you now planning to take the next PhiLSAT? We can help you get a high score and impress your preferred law school with your PhiLSAT score. The latest copy of UPLAE/PhiLSAT 2-in-1 Reviewer will surely help you pass the PhiLSAT.

To reserve a copy, just fill out the online form and our salesperson will contact you within 24 hours. For immediate reservation, you may also text the following details at (+63) 918-661-0099: (1) full name, (2) preferred mode of delivery, and (3) complete address. Please note that we have two delivery methods: (1) meet up in UP Diliman or (2) shipping via LBC or Fastrack Courier. Only transact with the authorized salesperson. Want to know more about PhiLSAT registration, requirements, passing score, coverage, etc.? Just click here for details.

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7 thoughts on “PhiLSAT Coverage

  1. I think every law school has already admission or entrance exam. This national qualifying exam is, to me, unnecessary.

  2. Good day, I checked on the link to the UPLAE and PhiLSAT reviewer. Do they have the same coverage? I am interested to avail of the reviewer if it will help me pass both exams.

  3. It looks to be the same as the coverage of admission tests of the top law schools. Let’s see if the PhiLSAT will strengthen the quality of law practice or not

  4. Hellow, I am a graduate of BS Accountancy last March 2011, with Latin honor. I took and passed the CPA Board in October of the same year. Can I still avail of the exemption? Thank you.

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