Information Bulletin for AY 2019-2020
Posted on: 09 Nov 2018
This Information Bulletin is for applicants planning to take the U.P. Law Aptitude Examination (LAE).
For Academic Year (AY) 2019-2020, the LAE will be administered on Sunday, 17 February 2019, in
Cagayan de Oro City
LAE registration will open on 29 November 2018, Thursday.
The deadline for applications is on 01 February, 2019, Friday. Late applications will be accepted until 08 February 2019, Friday, with corresponding fines.
WHO CAN TAKE THE LAE?
Applicants are required to have 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 with any of the following subjects as major or field of concentration: Political Science; Philosophy; English; Economics and History. A bachelor’s degree holder in a field other than those mentioned above must have earned the following minimum number of units:
English 12 Units
History or Economics 9 Units
Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology 9 Units
Rizal Course 3 Units
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS TO REGISTER FOR LAE?
- Applicants must register and complete the application online at http://lae.law.upd.edu.ph/
- Proof of graduation or senior standing
- ID picture (1”x1”) with white background. Accepted image formats are .jpg, .jpeg and .png
Testing fee proof of payment. The test fee is Php1,500 for early registrants. Late registrants must pay the test fee plus fine amounting to Php2,000.
Landbank validated deposit slip with applicant’s name
Landbank account details:
Account name: UPD Revolving Fund
Account number: 3072-1006-96
Official receipt from University of the Philippines with applicant’s name Payments are accepted from Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm at the UP College of Law Collecting and Disbursing Section, Room 113 Bocobo Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City.
Please note that personal or company cheques are not accepted for test fee payments.
The testing fee is non-refundable.
Latest original or duly certified Income Tax Return or a Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) certification that the taxpayer is exempted from filing a tax return for those that seek financial assistance or exemption to pay the test fee.
Other requirements as may be imposed by the Admissions Committee.