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Kayumanggi_Ako

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Certificate in Fine Arts?
« on: March 08, 2012, 04:35:04 PM »
Sino po ba ang me alam tungkol dito?

1. Do you need to be an UPCAT passer to get this? 
2. If you pass the TDT and Mental exam, does this mean you can enroll already in the school where you pass the exam?
3. Limited din po ba ang slot nito?

Salamat po.

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Re: Certificate in Fine Arts?
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2012, 06:13:04 PM »
Anong Certificate ang ibig mong sabihin?

Hindi naba Bachelor's Degree ang FA ngayon?


Nung batch ko Kailangan mo makapasa ng UPCAT para makapasok sa UP Fine Arts or makatapos ng 1 year Finearts sa ibang Universities with not having 2 and below na grades panel interview lang then pasok kana.

Gusto ko rin maliwanagan sa thread mo. :)
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Re: Certificate in Fine Arts?
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2012, 10:23:20 PM »
^sis may bachelor's degree ang FA, pero meron din certificate ^_^ yung isa kong classmate dati, certificate kinuha nya.

@ts
ang alam ko di sya nag-upcat eh, may exam sya na tinake --basta mga tests yun para masukat yung creativity mo. i think ha, hindi talaga 'to as in course na pag natapos mo ay college graduate ka na, as in certification lang talaga sya. not sure ha..

sis like what i posted in the other thread i suggest na kumuha nalang yun daughter mo ng course na gusto nya sa ibang college, ace her first year then transfer in diliman.  :)

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Re: Certificate in Fine Arts?
« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2013, 04:18:25 AM »
Hi sis, fa student ako sa UP. Certificate course is para dun sa mga hindi nag-take ng UPCAT pero nakapasa dun sa TDT and mental tests and interview. 3 years yung certificate course, and if ok yung grades mo, you have the option para ituloy siya para maging Bachelor's degree :)

 

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