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UST houses topnotchers in June 2023 ALE; hails as third top-performing school

1 min readThe University was named as the third top-performing school in the June 2023 ALE after garnering an average of 87.82 percent, with 173 passers out of its 197 examinees.
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Published 9 months ago on June 15, 2023

by Alexandria Grace Magno

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Six Thomasians topped the June 2023 Architect Licensure boards (ALE), according to results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Thursday, June 15.

Nadine Bagon ranked third with an average of 84.60 percent followed by Kenneth Dy who posted a score of 84.10 percent, securing the fourth spot.

Marion Garcia garnered 83.40 percent, landing on the eighth spot.

Thomasians Rochelle Ong placed ninth with a 83.10 percent mark while Keziah Jose and Lemuel Rollon shared the tenth with an average of 82.90 percent.

The University was named as the third top-performing school in the June 2023 ALE after garnering an average of 87.82 percent, with 173 passers out of its 197 examinees.

Fritz Sendrijas of Ateneo De Davao University topped the boards with a score of 85.90 percent.

The University of the Philippines --- Diliman was hailed as the top-performing school after posting a perfect average in the licensure examinations for architects.

According to the PRC, 2,924 out of 4,784 examinees passed the said board nationwide.

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Alexandria Grace Magno is the Managing Editor of TomasinoWeb. She is a third-year Journalism student with almost nine years of experience in Campus Journalism, particularly in the Radio Broadcasting and Scriptwriting category. She has experience writing for live shows and university programs under Tiger Media Network. During her vacation, she worked as a volunteer for Move PH, Rappler's civic engagement division, where she gained skills in covering and writing wrap-ups as well as human-interest stories.

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