• Greater Heights College Admission Test Review is intended for fourth year high school students who seek admission to top universities and schools in the Philippines such as the University of the Philippines, De La Salle University and Ateneo de Manila University. Passing the test is part of the admission requirements for college education in these universities.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Greater Heights’ College Admission Test Review

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    What is a College Admission Test?

    A College Admission Test is an exam given by a university as one of its requirements for a student’s admission to a particular course in that university. Most of the top universities such as (in no particular order) the University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, De la Salle University, University of Santo Tomas, College of St. Benilde require this.

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    What is the Greater Heights College Admission Test Review (GH-CATR)?

    The Greater Heights College Admission Test Review is a comprehensive review that prepares students to take the admission exams of the top universities in the Philippines. The review covers English, Math and Science subjects.

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    When does GH-CATR start?

    Wednesday, April 1, 2015.

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    How much is the cost of review?

    The review fee is P12,500 while the registration fee is P500. The total review fee is P13,000.00 per student.

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    Will I be given materials for the review?

    Yes, a GH reviewer will be provided for you, at no extra cost.

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    What does the registration fee cover?

    The registration fee covers the cost of a GH card.

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    What is a GH card?

    A GH card is an access card that allows a GH student to log-in to the GH tutorial system which records the time that the student comes in for the review, takes a break and ends the tutorials. Each time a student starts and ends with the tutorials by tapping his card to the GH card reader, the parent is informed through a text message that is electronically generated by the GH Tutorial System.

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    How many sessions are there in one review?

    There are a total of 24 sessions at 3.5 hours per session or a total of 84 hours. One session is allotted for the diagnostic exams; another one for the mock exams and the rest of the 22 sessions for the review proper.

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    What subjects are taken up in the review?

    Math, English, Science, Filipino (for UPCAT)

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    What are the schedules of the GH-CATR?

    MWF –8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Batch 1
    MWF – 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM Batch 2
    TTS – 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Batch 3
    TTS – 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM Batch 4

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    How many students are there in a class?

    Each class is relatively small with only a maximum of 20 students per class.

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    I don’t want to be in a class, can I have a one-to-one review?

    That is possible, however, the review fee of P13,000 will not be the same. The hourly rate of P350.00 per hour applies.

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    Are there any discounts?

    We have two types of discounts: early bird and group discounts. You get an early bird discount if you enroll from January 20 to February 20, 2015. The early bird discount is P1,000.00 You get a group of discount if you enroll, together with four others, at one time. The group discount is P500.00. Each of the students in a group gets the P500.00 discount. For illustration, if student A enrolls before February 20, with of his friends that he convinced to take the Review together with him, gets to pay only P11,500.00 from the regular review fee of P13,000.00. The rest of the group gets the same discount and pays P11,500.00 as well.

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    Until when can I avail of the group discount?

    Until the last day of enrolment which is March 30, 2015.

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    If my son misses a review, can he get a make-up class?

    Yes, he can but he will have to pay for an additional fee of P350.00 per hour for a oneto-one special class.

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    I don’t want to pay for an additional P350 per hour special class, are there any options?

    Your son can sit-in to other batches’ class, but only to the class where the topics discussed are the topics that he missed. There is no additional cost to sit-in.

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    What is GH’s passing percentage in the college admission tests?

    On a two-year average (2013 and 2014), it had a 96% passing percentage. This means that for every 25 students that review with Greater Heights, 24 pass.