I applied for the three courses: BS Marketing and Advertising, Secondary Education major in English, and AB Broadcast Journalism. Do they only look at your test results or do they look at your HS grades and personal background as well? It has been my first choice ever since I was a little girl. I'm so nervous..results won't come until April 14th which is killing me even more! They look at your HS and personal background as well although a bigger part of getting accepted relies on the test.
Does anybody know what I must need to meet the qualifications? IMO if you really want to go to a La Salle School, You should aim for DLSU-Manila.
I am so nervous about the results because I don't know if I did well in the math part. So I'm currently residing in Guam and I just came back from the Philippines to take a college entrance test in De La Salle University in Dasmarinas, Cavite in the Philippines.
I am so nervous about the results because I don't know if I did well in the math part. I haven't really heard of anyone who has not been accepted in that school yet.
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