Oct.
10, 2014, 8:39 p.m.
– THE UNIVERSITY
posted a higher passing rate in the licensure examination for mechanical
engineers, with one Thomasian entering the top 10.

UST placed fifth
on the list of top-performing schools after posting a passing rate of 92.03
percent, or 127 passers out of 138 examinees. This was higher than last year’s
75.21-percent or 91 passers out of 121 examinees, data from the Professional
Regulation Commission (PRC) showed.

Last year, the
University failed to earn a spot on the list of top-performing schools.

Tenth placer Nico
Andro Capiral led the new batch of Thomasian mechanical engineers with a score
of 92.25 percent.

Batangas State
University was again named the top-performing school with a 98.81-percent
passing rate or 83 passers out of 84 examinees.

The national passing rate rose to 77.06 percent
(2,960 passers out of 3,841 examinees) from last year’s 68.87 percent (2,201
passers out of 3,196 examinees). Arianne F. Merez

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