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FEB. 23, 2020 UPLAE & APRIL 2020 PHILSAT

In 2017, the Legal Education of the Philippines introduced the Philippine Law Admission Test (PhiLSAT) a standardized test designed to measure academic potential for success in the study of law. The LEB Memorandum Order No. 7 Series of 2016 now requires all ASPIRING law students to take the PhiLSAT as a prerequisite for admission to the basic law courses leading to either a Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor degree beginning in school year 2017 – 2018. On April 8, 2018, a total of 6,072 out of the 9,891 examinees (or 61.389%) passed the law school aptitude test. The examination was prepared by the Center for Educational Measurement, Inc.

Those qualified to take the PhiLSAT include holders of a four-year bachelor’s degree, those expecting to graduate with a four-year bachelor’s degree before the next academic year, and graduates of foreign higher education institutions with degrees equivalent to a four-year bachelor’s degree. An exemption may be granted to honor graduates holding professional civil service eligibility who are enrolling within two years after their graduation.

The prescribed percentile score of 55% will be observed. The successful examinee will be given a Certificate of Eligibility (CoE), which indicates the examinee’s PhiLSAT score and average grade in the bachelor’s degree. The CoE is valid for two years. These results serve to confirm the preparation of those who seek law school admission.

Preparation is a very significant factor of success. Learnfast Review and Tutorial Hub will help you prepare for the exam and help you realize your potential to become a topnotcher. Our review programs are handled by very competent and reputable reviewers who are graduates of various prestigious universities in the country. We have the most comprehensive review program and simulated tests which guarantee reliable performance in the exam. We provide holistic preparation that monitors individual progress throughout the review; our handouts and review materials are. We apply different test taking strategies and develop testmanship skills to promote critical thinking.

Learnfast will bring to the PhiLSAT review the SAME brand of service and excellence for which it is known, i.e. our proven track record in preparing candidates for NMAT. We can also help future lawyers get into the top law schools of the country. Benjamin Franklin once said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” The PhiLSAT becomes mandatory in 2018, i.e. no student may be accepted into a law school if they did not pass the PhiLSAT.

  • common question types which appear in the examination
  • proven test taking strategies and techniques per subject
  • tips on handling panel interviews
  • pre-test and a post-test to be administered on the first and last days for Learnfast Full PhiLSAT Review
  • drills and exercises per subject
  • complete set of the PhiLSAT Reviewer
  • enrolment is first-come-first served basis
  • limited slots are available for a maximum class size of 50 students only


Section LAE-E1 (CLOSED)
P6,500 SUN 7:30AM-11:30AM THEN 12:30PM-3:30PM Jan. 05-Feb. 09, 2020
(6 Meetings)
Espana, Manila


Reservation Fee: P3,000 (Deductible from the Regular Fee; NON-REFUNDABLE) Balance to be settled one week before the start of classes.


P7,500 SAT 7:30AM-11:30AM THEN 12:30PM-3:30PM Feb. 22-Mar. 28, 2020
(6 Meetings)
Espana, Manila
P7,500 SUN 7:30AM-11:30AM THEN 12:30PM-3:30PM Feb. 23-Mar. 29, 2020
(6 Meetings)
Espana, Manila

Reservation Fee: P3,000 (Deductible from the Regular Fee; NON-REFUNDABLE) Balance to be settled one week before the start of classes.

LEARNFAST REVIEW AND TUTORIAL HUB’s one-on-one tutorial aims to establish a strong bond between the tutor and the student. The student is assigned to one tutor for the entire tutorial sessions to develop rapport between them. The tutor learns more about the needs of the student. In cooperation with the parents, we can arrange for a more suitable set-up for the learning improvement of the student.