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UST maintains top-performing school ranking in November 2017 nursing boards

The University posted a 100-percent passing rate, with 12 Thomasians landing in the top 10 highest scorers.

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The Faculty of Medicine and Surgery posted a 100-percent passing rate, with 12 Thomasians landing in the top 10 highest scorers. Photo by Abbie Vinluan/TomasinoWeb.

For the third straight year, the University maintained its performance as the top-performing school in the November 2017 licensure exam for nurses, with all 300 examinees passing the test.

Veronica Louse Necor led this year’s batch of Thomasian nurses with a mark of 88.80-percent, landing second place in the roster of top 10 highest scorers. Eleven other Thomasians landed in the top 10.

Angelica Ignacio shared fifth place with Abigail Bulat Anuman from the Father Saturnino Urios University, Quenna Galicinao of Mariano Marcos State University (MMSU) — Batac, and Ingrid Nicolas from Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation, with the mark of 87.60-percent.

For sixth place, Erika Kitajima scored 87.40-percent along with Kristine Evangelista from the University of the Philippines (UP) — Manila.

Gerardeanne Repospar garnered seventh place along with Cherry Dominice from San Pedro College (SPC ) — Davao City, Ryan Fuentes of UP-Manila, Ma. Paz Quidlat from the Mindanao State University — Iligan Institute of Technology, and Maria Samaco of Western Mindanao State University — Zamboanga City, with the score of 87.20-percent.

Krissa Gonzales and Sevie Sagucio shared the eighth spot with Angelu Castro from MMSU — Batac, and Christian Domingo and Athena Velina of UP — Manila, garnering a score of 87.00-percent.

Dhonna Arcelona, Jaedi Garcia, Erika Lepiten, and Ciara Yumul topped ninth place with Julia Apatan and Cecilia Zerina of SPC — Davao City, Louis Cascayan and Lyca Pasion of MMSU — Batac, and UP — Manila’s Arlen Aquino, Aena Besilia, Katherine Canlas, Erika Canonizado, Fabette Lagas, Gerlene Lorque and Patricia Mayo, with the score of 86.80-percent.

Clarissa Briones and Meri-Yee Liao bagged tenth place with an 86.60-percent mark, sharing the spot with Patricia Cheng and Quennie Dizon of UP — Manila, Vince Ebuen from Bataan Peninsula State University — Balanga, Francis Palangdosan from the UP School of Health and Sciences — Leyte, and Sharielle Yanson from the Centro Escolar University — Manila.

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Topping this year’s nursing boards is UP — Manila’s Raymund Mañago, who garnered a score of 89.00-percent.

The Professional Regulation Commission announced that 5,875 out of 12,869 examinees passed the Nursing Licensure Examination, slightly lower than last year’s 6,836 out of 14,322 examinees.

by Marc Wyxzel Dela Paz

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UST perfects August 2021 architecture boards

The University produced eight new Thomasian architects amid the cancellation of testing in Metro Manila due to the Delta variant surge.

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UST Beato Angelico Building (Marc Valmoria/TomasinoWeb)

Eight Thomasians qualified in the August 2021 architecture licensure examinations (ALE), registering a 100 percent passing rate, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced on Thursday, Sept. 2.

Previously, in the January 2020 ALE, the University was hailed as the top-performing school after it posted a passing rate of 85.18 percent, with 92 out of 108 takers passing the exam.

The national passing rate for this year was at 65.96 percent or 560 passers out of 849. This is an improvement from the previous year’s rate of 55.72 percent with 1,242 making the cut out of 2,229 takers.

The PRC did not declare any top-performing schools for this year’s architecture boards cycle, as no universities qualified with 20 or more takers.

The low turnout of examinees was due to the implementation of Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine in Metro Manila due to the surge of the contagious Delta variant.

The examination was held last August 27 and 29 at testing centers in Baguio, Cebu, Koronadal, Iloilo, Legaspi, Lucena, Pampanga, Tacloban, and Zamboanga.

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UST, pumangalawa sa mechanical engineering boards ngayong taon

Nakapagtala ang Unibersidad ng 83.33 porsiyentong passing rate kung saan lima sa anim na Tomasinong kumuha ng pagsusulit ang nakapasa.

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Pumangalawa ang Unibersidad sa mechanical engineering board exams ngayong Agosto matapos itong makapagtala ng 83.33 porsyentong passing rate.

Ito ay mas mataas kumpara resulta ng nakaraang taon na 12.50 porsyento o dalawa sa 14 na Tomasinong kumuha ng pagsusulit ang pumasa.

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Inanunsyo ng Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) noong Martes, ika-24 ng Agosto, ang mga pumasa sa pagsusulit kung saan lima sa anim na Tomasinong kumuha ng pagsusulit ang nakapasa. 

Nakakita rin ngayong taon ng 39.77 porsyentong passing rate kung saan 247 sa 621 indibidwal na kumuha ng pagsusulit ang nakapasa. Mas mataas ito kumpara sa nakaraang taon na may ​​38.45 porsyentong passing rate o 1,334 sa 3,469 na kumuha ng pagsusulit.

Ang mababang turn-out ng mga kumuha ng pagsusulit ay dulot ng pagkansela ng PRC sa pagsasagawa ng pagsusulit sa Metro Manila, Cebu, at Cagayan de Oro dala ng banta ng Delta variant. Sa halip, ito ay isinagawa lamang sa Baguio, Davao, Lucena, Rosales, Tacloban, at Zamboanga.

Ipinroklama rin ng PRC ang tanging mga institusyong nakakuha ng mas mataas sa 80 porsyento at may higit sa limang kalahok sa pagsusulit. 

Pitong bagong rehistradong mechanical engineer naman mula sa Saint Louis University sa Baguio City ang nanguna sa pagsusulit. 

Ang Unibersidad ay pumapangalawa sa Ateneo de Davao University at University of Mindanao – Davao City na parehong nakakuha ng 100 porsyentong passing rate.

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UST mamamahagi ng 1,000 libreng pocket Wi-Fi para sa online class

Ang “Connectivity Assistance Program” ay naglalayong tulungan ang mga mag-aaral ng pamantasan na makalahok sa kanilang online classes.

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LIBRENG WI-FI. Ipagpapatuloy ng Unibersidad ang kanilang Connectivity Assistance Program na sinimulan noong nakaraang taon sa pamamagitan ng pagbibigay ng karagdagang pocket Wi-Fi sa mga Tomasino. Larawan mula sa UST Facebook page.

Isang libong pocket Wi-Fi ang balak ipamahagi ng Unibersidad para sa mga Tomasinong mag-aaral na wala nakararanas ng mabagal na koneksyon sa internet para sa online classes.

Inilabas ng UST Central Student Council (CSC) noong Martes, ika-10 ng Agosto, ang survey para sa mga nais kumuha ng pocket wifi. Ang “Connectivity Assistance Program” ay naglalayong tulungan ang mga mag-aaral ng pamantasan na makalahok sa kanilang online classes.

Ang mga nais maging benepisyaryo ng programa ay kailangan lamang magbayad ng P300 bilang “reconnection fee.” Libre ang magiging buwanang subscription na may kasama ng 8GB na data na maaaring magamit sa loob ng lima hanggang pitong buwan o isang semestre.

Matatandaan noong simula ng lockdown at ng ikalawang semestre ng pagsasakatuparan ng “Enhanced Virtual Mode” (EVM) sa Unibersidad, unang inilunsad ng UST ang programa sa tulong ng mga telecommunications company na PLDT at Smart Communications. 

Higit 5,000 pocket Wi-Fi device ang ipinamahagi ng programa noon para sa mga estudyante at guro.

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Sa pagpapatuloy ng panuruang taon 2021-2022 at patuloy na pagtaas ng kaso ng COVID-19, napagpasyahan ng UST na ipagpaliban muna ang mga “face-to-face” na klase at sa halip ay ipagpatuloy ang EVM

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