Oct. 3, 2014, 6:05 p.m. – THE UNIVERSITY recorded a slightly lower passing rate in the
September electronics engineers licensure examinations, while one Thomasian made
it to the top 10.

UST’s passing rate went down to 54.92 percent (106 passers out of
193 examinees) from last year’s 55.86 percent (81 passers out of 145
examinees), results from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) showed.

Leading the new batch of Thomasian electronics engineers was
second-placer Harold Alexis Lao, who scored 90.60 percent.

University of the Philippines was named the sole top-performing school in the electronics engineer board exam after posting a 92.50-percent passing rate, with 37 passers out of 40 examinees.

The national passing rate dropped to 31.58 percent from last
year’s 34.51 percent, with only 1,532 examinees passing out of 4,851 who took
the exam. 

Meanwhile, UST recorded a perfect passing rate
in the electronics technician board exam, with all 34 examinees passing the
test. 

De La Salle University-Lipa was named the top-performing school in the electronics technician licensure exam after posting a 98.28-percent passing rate, with 57 passers out of 58 examinees. Arianne F. Merez

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