UP suspends holding of UPCAT anew
MANILA, Philippines — For the second consecutive year, the University of the Philippines (UP) will not be administering its annual college entrance examinations amid the resurgence of a coronavirus mutation.
The university councils across the university’s eight constituent units have voted “overwhelmingly in favor” of suspending UP’s college admissions test (Upcat) for the academic school year 2022-2023.
The councils are the highest policy-making body of each UP constituent university (CU) composed of the Chancellor, professors, associate professors and assistant professors of each CU.
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