August 6, 2012 10:56am CST
During my days, UPCAT was composed of questions, and answers were taken from the multiple choices. It was a right minus wrong type of exam, in which they subtract your wrong answers from your correct choices and what remained would be your score. It was not really hard, but since only few could get into the university, it was competitive. I was lucky to get into the course I wanted. Now, for the first time, essay questions were already incorporated in the UPCAT. That for me is good. So unlike the multiple choice part, the examinees would have more chances to get in because they could express their selves. They could have more points and those who could write in English would be given an edge. It was exciting if it happened during my time.