UST powered anew to the top spot in the electrical engineering licensure examinations, with one Thomasian landing in the top 10 of the September 2017 exams.
UST’s passing rate slightly increased to 98.67 percent, or 74 out of 75 examinees, from last year’s 98.48 percent, or 65 out of 66 examinees, results from the Professional Regulation Commission showed.
Thomasian Wesley Navarro bagged sixth place with a score of 90.95 percent.
Edilbert Tandaan of Camarines Sur Polytechnic College – Nabua topped this year’s board exams after scoring 91.80 percent.
The national passing rate declined to 62.94 percent, or 2,807 out of 4,460 examinees, from last year’s 68.46 percent, or 2,817 out of 4,115 examinees.