Important Advisory to PhiLSAT Examinees

1. Be at your assigned test site early or before 7:00AM.   All test venues follow strict security procedures and this may cause delay in getting to your testing room.  Test venues are already open at 6:00AM or even earlier.  Find time to check/google local maps, routes, and events happening on the day (i.e., fun runs, election rally, etc.).  If you can, visit your assigned test site before the test date to be familiar with the school location. 

2. Bring the required documents: valid and current ID and PhiLSAT Examination Pass. You will go through a lengthy verification procedure to get an entry pass if you forget to bring these documents. 

3.  Read the important reminders printed on your PhiLSAT Examination Pass.

4. Respect and observe the rules, regulations, and procedures of the Test Administrator and Host School. 

5. Parking inside and outside the testing premises might not be allowed or limited (on a first-come, first-served basis).  Plan for an alternative drop-off and pick-up areas.

6.  Cheating and unlawful taking of test materials are considered criminal offenses and punishable by law.

Registration is now closed for September 29, 2019 Test



LEB Announcement

April 7, 2019 Complete List PhiLSAT Passers

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For your queries, please contact PhiLSAT Secretariat (+632 8133694 or 95 local 106 and look for Jerome) or Legal Education Board (+632 9296921 and look for Denver).

Mailing of September 2018 PhiLSAT COE:  Certificates of Eligibility or COEs are now released for mailing.  Tracking numbers are sent to examinees' registered mobile numbers and email addresses. Please visit https://supplychain.2go.com.ph/ and enter the tracking number to monitor delivery status of COE.  You may also call 2GO customer assistance at  +63947-3428823 (Smart), +63915-0163728 (Globe) or +63917-9076687 (Globe) Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.


The Center for Educational Measurement, Inc. (CEM) has been commissioned by the Legal Education Board (LEB) to develop and administer the Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhiLSAT).