Class Schedule and Venue
* Classes will be held on consecutive Sundays or Saturdays or breaks will be
introduced into the schedule depending on the date of the actual exam. We
target to finish the course 2-3 weeks before the test. Students MUST be
available for these days.
** Classes may be held half-days some days and whole days on others.
Why prepare for the UPLAE?
Arenít high grades enough to get you into the UP College of
Law? Or, are your not-so-high grades a sure let-down?
Apparently not. Some honor graduates have failed the
admissions process because they didnít make the cut-off of
the UPLAE. But, many non-honor graduates have been
known to pass because they made the cut-off score. The
GPA evaluation came later.
Unjust? No. It actually makes sense. Law studies may
appeal to many, but few actually are fit for the course.
The UPLAE does NOT mean the "UP Law Admissions
Examination", though it might as well be that. It is the UP
Law Aptitude Examination, which aims to measure your
fitness for law school.
An aptitude for law studies is characterized by a high level of
verbal proficiency, superior reading comprehension and logical
reasoning skills, and, yes, good mathematical reasoning
ability. The UPLAE is meant to test if you have these skills,
your grades merely confirm if you have the ability to learn.
The UPLAE is a ranking exam (only top performers are
admitted), but the skills tested are susceptible to training. So,
whether you want to gain the advantage, or simply want to
maintain your lead, make sure you prepare to the max.
UP LAW beckons. Let us help you get there.
Designed by two-time UPLAE topnotcher and curriculum expert
Ms. Lyn Dimaano, our program boasts of the best faculty, the
most complete coverage, and the most intensive treatment
among all the available LAE review programs at this time.
The BRAINS faculty are selected for their expertise in the area
they teach and their ability to teach. They are specialists, with
years of teaching experience in UP and at BRAINS. This year, we
are joined by one or two faculty members from another top
institution specializing in one aptitude area tested in the exam.
Standard Written English and Vocabulary, Reading
Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning,
and Critical Thinking
Prepare for the UP LAW in 3 steps.
Step 1. GET THE APTITUDE
Module 1 -- This is the 64-hour teach-train-test program that has
helped hundreds of students enter the UP College of Law in the
past years. Conscious that students do not necessarily use the
skills tested in everyday life in the same way as they are used in
the test, we reteach the skills.
Regain or improve your competencies for the test. Redirect your
thinking style to suit the exam and use the drills to make it stick.
With two diagnostic UPLAE simulations, given before and after
the review proper, you know how you stand against competition
and pace yourself accordingly.
Step 2. GET THE SPEED
Module 2 -- Learn to work accurately and FAST! Take our timed
practice tests and get feedback on the right answers. Apply test
taking tips for choosing the best answers. Your scores improve
with practice and your confidence increases.
Step 3. GET THE ATTITUDE
Interview Seminar --If you're called for an interview, train for it!
Learn to show them you're the best candidate for admission,
without having to lie or pretend to be who you're not. Our interview
seminar is specifically designed for a prospective UP Law
entrants -- and has delivered excellently for those who took it.
4-5 hours, FREE.
Module 1 only
Regular - P8,900 Discounted - P8,400 for full payments until
September 29, 2018.
Module 1 and 2 (Single enrollment)
Regular - P9,450 Discounted - P8,950 for full payments until
September 29, 2018.
Module 2 only - P2,500
Non-refundable, non-transferable reservation fee of a minimum of
PHP4,000 is required to reserve.This is deducted from total fees.
The balance is due on or before the start of classes to confirm the
Important: No refunds of fees will be awarded after start of classes.
We open only a small number of classes. Enrollment is on a first
come, first served basis.