Partido State University College Admission Test (ParSUCAT)
All incoming New Students, including honor graduates, recipients of scholarships are required to take the Partido State University College Admission Test (ParSUCAT). It is a (1) hour mental ability test consisting of verbal and non-verbal test batteries. ParSUCAT is usually administered starting January until March of the given year.
To be admitted to the board program, incoming first-year students should have a score of 60 percentile and above in ParSUCAT. Triangulation of essential variables will be made to determine admission to the board program. An average of at least 70% of the following will qualify to the board programs:
- ParSUCAT Result 70%
- Interview Rating 15%
- Average Grade 12 Rating 15%
On the other hand, the 10 percentile is the minimum cut-off score for non-board programs.
Unsuccessful takers of the PARSUCAT may take the test after a lapse of one year. There is no limit as to the number of times in taking the test result until the prescribed cut-off is obtained.
No Students shall be denied to the University provided he/she complies with the admission requirement of the University.
ParSUCAT Applicants must submit the following REQUIREMENTS:
1. Two (2) Pieces 1.5" x 1.5" & 1 piece 1" x 1" Picture white background.
2. Photocopy of Form 138 (for Senior HS Graduates)
3. School Certification (for Graduating Senior HS Students)
4. Accomplished PARSUCAT Application Form and Student Personal Record Form
5. Long-size Color Coded Folder (base on the FIRST choice course) see course offerings
- COED (College of Education) - Blue
- CAS (College of Arts and Sciences) - Yellow
- CET (College of Engineering) - Red
- CBM (College of Business and Management) - Green
- Other Campuses - White
Application Procedure for ParSUCAT:
1. Secure ParSUCAT Application Form and Student Personal Record Form at the Guidance Office or download at ParSU Website (http://www.parsu.edu.ph/index.php/admission/procedures)
2. Accomplish the ParSUCAT Application Form and Student Personal Record Form
3. File the completed AF together with the requirements
4. Get Testing Permit before leaving the Admission Office
5. Report for testing on the specified date, time, and venue.