The BRAINS PhiLSAT Review prepares students for the Philippine Law School Admission Test, a requirement* for admission to any and all law schools in the country.

Although a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) has suspended its mandatory use for now, schools generally require incoming students to pledge to pass the exam when the suspension is lifted.

The best to time to take the exam -- and pass it -- is now, when you're not yet buried in law books and cases.

Covering all areas tested in the exam, the 2019 edition of the review features lectures and drills on Language, Logic, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning and an exam simulation in an intensive  54-hour program.


Section A (Sunday/Holiday classes) - starts July 28..
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VENUE: BRAINS-Quezon Avenue
              Orcel II Bldg., 1611 Quezon Avenue (near EDSA)
              Quezon City
              Tels. 926-8127; 281-8670

FEES: P7,500 (regular)
            Discounted rate - P7,000 on full payments on or
            before July 21.

            Non-refundable, non-transferable, but deductible reservation
            deposit - P4,000


BRAINS Quezon Avenue, BRAINS UP Campus, and through any branch of the Bank of the Philippine Islands

(Please click here for the enrollment procedure).