One thing I noticed about it is that... the whole exam made sense.
The exam did not focus on how much facts you have in your head, how much you've memorized or how smart you are. It was an exam that tested one's logic, critical thinking, reasoning, aptitude and abstract thinking.
It's a refreshing change from other universities' medieval entrance exams that's barely updated.
I was expecting old, greying papers in slightly wrinkled folders as our questionnaires. It was far from that.
Kudos to De La Salle- CSB for their effort to identify students by how they constructively use their intelligence instead of how much memory they can retain in their brains with facts you can find in any reference.