11 September 2014, 11:47 p.m. – THE UNIVERSITY placed second anew in the September electrical engineering licensure examination despite a slightly lower passing rate.

UST got a 95.16-percent passing rate, equivalent to 59 passers out of 62 examinees, figures from the Professional Regulation Commission showed.

This was slightly lower than last year’s 96.49 percent or 55 passers out of 57 examinees. No Thomasian made it to the top 10 list of passers this year.

Batangas State University was named the top-performing school after scoring a 96.47-percent passing rate, equivalent to 82 passers out of 85 examinees.

The national passing rate improved to 59.82 percent with 2,190 passers out of 3,661 examinees, compared with last year’s 53.64 percent which was equivalent to 1,643 passers out of 3,063 examinees. Arianne F. Merez

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