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UST boosts performance in November 2017 chemical engineering boards

UST was named the third top performing school in the board exam and one Thomasian landed in the top 10.

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The University recorded a higher passing rate in the November 2017 licensure exam for chemical engineers, with one Thomasian landing in the top ten highest scorers.

UST was named the third top performing school in the board exam after garnering a passing rate of 80.17 percent, in which 97 out of 121 examinees passed the exam. This was higher than last year’s 66.14 percent or 84 out of 127 passed.

John Rave Magalang was the lone Thomasian in the roster of ten highest scorers. He bagged the third spot with a score of 83.70 percent.

University of the Philippines-Diliman remained as the top performing school after garnering a 98.77 percent passing rate.

Meanwhile, John Cyril Claur of the University of Saint La Salle and Jared Philip Condez of the University of the Philippines-Visayas both shared the top spot with a score of 84.60 percent.

According to the Professional Regulation Commission, 627 out of 942 examinees nationwide passed the board exam.

 

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UST remains top-performing school in elementary LET, improves to 2nd in high school

The University posted a 93.81-percent mark in the elementary level while it garnered a score of 94.74-percent in the secondary level.

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The University of Santo Tomas is still the top-performing school in the September 2017 licensure examinations for teachers (LET) in the elementary level while it boosted its performance in the high school level.

With 106 passers out of 113 examinees in the elementary level, UST posted a 93.81-percent mark — a slight decline from last year’s 97.79 percent.

Meanwhile, from last year’s fourth place, the University emerged as the second top-performing school in the secondary level this year.

UST garnered a 94.74-percent passing rate, an improvement from last year’s 87.29-percent, with 162 out of 171 Thomasians making the cut.

However, no Thomasian landed in the top 10 in both levels.

University of the Philippines — Los Baños topped the LET in the secondary level with a 98.33-percent passing rate.

Mary Clarence Madero of West Visayas State University — La Paz leads this year’s batch of elementary teachers with an 88.80-percent score, while Rhoy Omega of University of Mindanao — Davao City is the topnotcher in the secondary level with a mark of 93.80 percent.

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UST improves in the November 2017 civil eng’g boards

UST garnered an 86.88 percent passing rate in the November 2017 civil engineering boards.

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The University posted a higher passing rate in the November 2017 licensure exam for civil engineers, with one Thomasian making it in the roster of ten highest scorers.

UST garnered an 86.88 percent passing rate, wherein 192 out of 221 Thomasian examinees made the cut. This an improvement from last year’s 85.98 percent, in which 184 out of 214 passed the exam.

Christian Angeles Gonzales was the lone Thomasian in the top ten. He landed in the ninth place with a score of 95.20 percent.

Gonzales shared the spot with Louie Jay Cabunoc of Ateneo de Davao University and Lance Joseph Esquejo of Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.

The University of the Philippines-Diliman (UPD) remained as the top performing school with a passing rate of 97.41 percent.

Meanwhile, Nikho Lawrence Corres of UPD led the new batch of civil engineers.

According to results of Professional Regulation Commission, 6,075 out of 12, 447 examinees nationwide passed the board exam.

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Thomasian tops October 2017 accountancy boards

Thomasian Alfonso Solomon Magno emerged as the topnotcher in October 2017 licensure examination for accountants.

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A Thomasian emerged as the topnotcher in October 2017 licensure examination for certified public accountants, while the University improved its passing rate this year.

Alfonso Solomon Ramos Magno led the new batch of certified public accountants with a score of 91.33 percent.

Six other Thomasians also made it on the list of top ten highest scorers.

Ray Jay Dizon shared the fourth spot with Ronald Bolanos Jr. of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Manila. Both of them earned a score of 90.67 percent.

Alvin Thomas Endaya landed in the seventh place with a score of 90.00 percent.

Maria Isabel Marfil and Marc Villaverde bagged the ninth spot with a score of 89.67 percent. They were joined by Rochelle Enrile, Angel Mae Reyes, and Vanessa Roxas of Far Eastern University.

Louize Areno and Christine Mae De Leon both landed in the tenth place with a score of 89.33 percent. They were joined by Marcia Butastas of the University of San Carlos.

Meanwhile, UST garnered a passing rate of 91.99 percent this year, in which 333 out of 362 examinees made the cut. This was higher than last year’s 90.72 percent or 352 out of 388 examinees passed the exam.

The University of the Philippines-Diliman retained its title as the top performing school in the board exam after all its 69 examinees passed.

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