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Letter to Parents re CGEAT Post Test
Post by: Office of the Registrar | 2/2/2015 5:54:56 PM
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January 26, 2015

To our Dear Parents of DLSL Sophomore Students:

Greetings of peace!

This is to inform you that all 2nd year students (except those transferees this second semester, JD students and those enrolled in the Certificate Programs) are scheduled to take the Collegiate General Education Achievement Test  (post test) which will be administered by the Center for Educational Measurement at the Noli and Fili Buildings of De La Salle Lipa on February 28, 2015. The post-test will be done in two shifts:

Morning Shift      8:00am 12:00nn   

Afternoon Shift    1:00pm 5:00nn   

Examinees who have classes on this day (February 28, 2015) would be excused from their classes.  Examinees in the morning shift who still have classes in the afternoon are not required to stay for their afternoon classes.  Likewise, examinees in the afternoon shift who have classes in the morning need not go to their morning class. 

Examinees are required to see the list for their individual room assignment.  Copies of the list of examinees arranged in alphabetical order are posted in different bulletin boards at the different college areas.  The list is also posted at the DLSL Website under the Registrars Office Webpage.  Examinees are required to be in the testing room at exactly 7:30am for the morning shift and 12:30pm for the afternoon shift.  Examinees are required to bring one pencil with eraser (No. 2 or HB).  The test will be finished on or before 12:00nn for the morning shift & on or before 5:00pm for the afternoon shift.

Examinees are required to pay P 220.00 at the Cashiers Office starting February 2 to February 17, 2015.

The result of the test will provide De La Salle Lipa a basis for the development of new curriculum, intervention programs and other academic activities intended to enhance the skills of students in these subject areas; thus, making the students more prepared for the rigors of taking their major subjects in their latter years in school.

Thank you very much for entrusting your children to our care. Rest assured that we will continue to provide them with the best Lasallian education.

Very sincerely yours,

 SGD

ALICIA B. BOTARDO, Ph.D.

Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research


 

   
   
   
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