TWO THOMASIANS topped the recent Architecture and Physical Therapy (PT) licensure examinations, while another landed at fourth place in the Occupational Therapy exams.

John Patrick Buensalido (85.70 per cent) ranked first in the Architecture board exams last month. Gerard Michael Dy (84.30 per cent), Andrew Benedict Sy (83 per cent), and Vergel Angelo Paule (82.70) placed third, sixth, and seventh, respectively.

Former Varsitarian Art Director Carlo Fundador Marudo was one of the 622 examinees who passed out of 1,282 examinees nationwide.

In the June 2004 Architecture board exams, alumnus Carlo Luis Ganzon was the highest-placed Thomasian at fifth place.

Meanwhile, Katherine Uy (84.90 per cent) topped the PT board exams last February, while Airish Barraca (82.50 per cent), Jay Anthony Bonoan (82 per cent), and Alleluia Sese (80.60 per cent) got the sixth, eighth, and 14th places, respectively.

Eleven of the 12 Thomasian PT examinees passed for a 93 per cent passing rate.

In the Occupational Therapy licensure exams, Michael Yutadco (80.80 per cent) and Mildea Andres (80.60 per cent) placed fourth and fifth to lead 10 of 12 Thomasians who took the exams for an 83.30 per cent passing rate (the national passing rate was 29.66 per cent).

The Faculty of Pharmacy is yet to release the list of Thomasians who passed the Pharmacy board exams also last January. Former Varsitarian Science and Technology editor Brix Gil Bayuga was among the 737 of 1,314 examinees who passed.

As of press time, the Professional Regulation Commission has not released the total number of Thomasians who took the exams and the passing rate in of both Architecture and Pharmacy. M. E. V. Gonda and R. D. Tan

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