The Philippine Military Academy has announced that the Cadet Online Application System for the PMA Entrance Examination (PMAEE) 2020 may be accessed by all aspiring applicants starting May 1, 2020 (Friday) through its official website.

In order to be qualified for cadetship for Class 2025, an applicant must be a natural-born Filipino citizen; physically fit and of good moral character; single and has never been married nor pregnant nor have a legal obligation to support a child or children; at least High School Graduate (Grade 12) with a general average of 85% or higher; must be at least 5 feet for both male and female; has no administrative or criminal case; at least 17 years old, but not more than 22 years old on 01 April 2020; and, must pass the PMA Entrance Examination

Applicants must fill out the application form and attach a photocopy of their PSA Birth Certificate and their Form 137, Form 138, Report Card or Transcript of Records that indicate latest GPA, and a 2×2” ID photo in white background, taken within the last six months

Successful applicants will have a life-changing and noble journey as a Cadet, with the privilege of serving the country; free college education with a well-rounded curriculum; monthly salary and allowances; guaranteed job after graduation; and, a progressive career as an Officer in the Philippine Army, Navy, or Air Force.

This year’s PMA Entrance ExaApplicants must also pass the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) Events which include 3.2 km Run, Push-ups, Sit-ups, and Pull-ups (male) / Flex-arm hang (female).mination is scheduled to be conducted on August 30, 2020, in 44 testing centers nationwide. The PMAEE covers Algebra and Geometry, Grammar and Composition, Reading and Comprehension, Verbal and Numerical Reasoning, and Pattern Analysis.

Likewise, a Complete Physical Examination (CPE) must also be passed by the applicants which will be administered by the AFP Medical Center. Medical disqualifications include color blindness, any communicable disease, physical deformities, scoliosis, tattoos, and other medical conditions as determined by the appropriate AFP Medical Board

Applicants must also pass the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) Events which include 3.2 km Run, Push-ups, Sit-ups, and Pull-ups (male) / Flex-arm hang (female).

For more information, the Office of the Cadet Admission may be reached through PLDT No: (074) 442–5520, Cellular Phone No: GLOBE (0906) 546 – 6989, SMART (0919) 068 – 0877, (0919) 068 – 0878. Applicants may also visit our website at and the official Facebook page.

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