Admission Test to Postgraduate Studies of LASPAU (Harvard)
The test consists of 8 parts: from parts I to IV each lasts 20 minutes and from part V to VIII, each lasts 25 minutes. Part I and II of Verbal Reasoning (52 questions), part III and IV of mathematical reasoning (40 questions), part V of Skills (28 questions), part VI of Writing (25 questions), part VII of intermediate level of English ( 25 questions) and 1 topic to evaluate composition to complement other writing skills evaluated.
Find out in the Admissions Department
- Enter the Admissions Department (Edif. Ercilia Pepín 1era. Planta):
- Admission form.
- Pensum (Academic Program).
- Deposit the necessary documents to start the Admissions process and request the calendar of master's degrees that take PAEP admission test.
- Students with a specialty or master's degree must not take the PAEP, they must present a copy of the title in Admissions and after being validated, they will be exonerated.
In: http://www.laspau.harvard.edu/admissions-testing/ You must download a model of each part of the test so that you know the same instructions that are presented in the test and so you have more time to answer
Pay in Check Box or Main Box.
- Make the payment of US $ 120 (or the equivalent to the rate to date in pesos):
- Registration Box of the Ercilia Pepín Building: Monday to Friday from 9: 00 am to 1: 00 pm and from 2: 00 to 4: 00 pm
- Main Box: Monday to Friday from 9: 00 am to 8: 00 pm and Saturday of 9: 00 am to 12: 00 m.
Deliver copy of receipt of payment in the Direction of Services to students Edif. Ercilia Pepín first floor on the right, from Monday to Friday of 9: 00 am to 8: 00 pm This confirms your registration. You will be given a ticket with the date, time and place of the test.
¡ Remember to download the models of the instructions, so you will save a lot of time ! ¡ Read and practice the exercises ! .
Attend the test day.
- Bring a coat, the cold could be a distractor.
- Have breakfast or lunch properly. The cafeteria will not be available as you can not leave the building although there is a brief pause of 5 minutes in the middle of the examination.
- Rest the day before.
- Watches or cell phone alarms should not make any sound.
- Check on your map where the test building is.
Do not bring:
- Stationery such as pencils, erasers or pencil sharpeners, that will be provided in the classroom.
- Dictionaries, calculators, ipod or any electronic device.
- Mobile phone. If you were to bring it, it must remain off and stored throughout the evaluation process. If it vibrates or the alarm clock makes a sound, your test will be canceled.
For more information:
Phone: 809-567-9271 Exts. 368, 267 y 686.