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The University registered an 82.61-percent passing rate this year, an improvement from February last year's 79.49 percent.
The University garnered a passing rate of 61.54 percent, significantly lower than last year’s 94.15 percent.
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A Thomasian topped the licensure exams for architects, with the University posting a 85.71 percent passing rate.
The University posted a 100-percent passing rate, with 12 Thomasians landing in the top 10 highest scorers.
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.
UST garnered a 24.74 percent passing rate or 24 out of 97 Thomasian examinees passed the exam.
UST was named the third top performing school in the board exam and one Thomasian landed in the top 10.
UST garnered an 86.88 percent passing rate in the November 2017 civil engineering boards.
Take a look behind Alfonso Solomon Magno, the Thomasian who topped the 2017 accounting boards.
UST garnered a 96.53 percent passing rate in the October 2017 psychometrician boards.
Thomasian Alfonso Solomon Magno emerged as the topnotcher in October 2017 licensure examination for accountants.
The University was also named the top-performing school along with the Technological University of the Philippines-Visayas.
The University registered a 75.51-percent passing rate in the October 2017 licensure examination for chemists.
UST garnered a passing rate of 88.24 percent, wherein 105 out of 119 Thomasians passed the examination.
UST garnered a 90 percent passing rate in the September 2017 librarian board exam.
Vincent Edouard Anthony Gullas bagged the top spot with a score of 90.50 percent.
The University was hailed again as the top performing school in the September 2017 licensure examination for electrical engineers. UST garnered a 98.67 percent passing rate,...
The University of Santo Tomas (UST) was ranked as the third best performing school in the September 2016 mechanical engineering licensure examinations, Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)...
The route that the Thomasian community took during 2014 was a glorious one, albeit a path filled with tiny bumps which halted, but never faltered, the...