Test Results

Release of Test Results: Electronic Copy

An electronic copy of your test results is available after twenty-one (21) days from the test date. You may click on the link for Test Results under the Online Options on the CEM website to view and/or download. The electronic copy is NOT valid for admission purposes. It is only meant to help you understand your scores so you can decide to which Philippine law schools to apply and whether or not you will retake the test. 

Release of Test Results: Certificate of Eligibility/Certificate of Grades

Your PhiLSAT score will be printed in the Certificate of Eligibility (COE) if you pass. The original three copies of the COE will be mailed to the mailing address indicated on the PhiLSAT ID Form forty-five (45) days after the test date. On the other hand, if you score below the passing score your Certificate of Grades (COG) will no longer be printed, rather it will be sent through e-mail.

CEM contracts an independent courier service provider to transmit the COEs. Delivery time normally takes two to three days but may vary depending on the area. CEM is NOT responsible for any claims for damages due to delayed delivery of your COE for any reason. If you have not received your COE a week after the scheduled release, you may contact the PhiLSAT Secretariat.

To maintain confidentiality, the COE is given only to the examinee or to an authorized representative. If you will personally pick up your COE, you must present a valid ID. If your authorized representative will request and/or pick up your COE, the following documents should be presented:

  1. Your signed authorization letter
  2. Photocopy of your valid ID
  3. Valid ID of your representative 

Requests to disclose an individual’s scores, over the phone or via e-mail, will NOT be entertained. 

Request for Duplicate Copies

In case you need a second set of the COE, you may file a written request. A minimal retrieval fee is charged for every copy of the COE. The identification requirements are as stated above. 

Distribution of Master List of Test Results

To safeguard the authenticity of the results, your score will also appear on the Master List of Test Results (MLTR) which will be sent to the Legal Education Board (LEB) and all Philippine law schools. They must refer only to the MLTR for official PhiLSAT scores. 

Rechecking of Answer Sheets

The CEM does not entertain rechecking of PhiLSAT answer sheets. The results contained in the COE and in the PhiLSAT Master List of Test Results are official and are guaranteed free of discrepancies.