Jan. 29, 2015, 11:15 p.m. – THE UNIVERSITY reigned as the only top-performing school in the January 2015 licensure examination for architects, with a Thomasian proclaimed the topnotcher and three others landing in the top 10.

UST recorded an 83.42-percent passing rate or 161 passers out of 193 examinees, results from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) showed.

This was higher than last year’s 78.71 percent, wherein 122 passed out of 155 examinees.

Topnotcher Christian Reyes led the new batch of Thomasian architects with a score of 84.80 percent.

Thomasians Andre Nicolas Alcantara and Shane Ann Estaris were tied at sixth place after scoring 82.70 percent, while Francis Michael Padua placed eight with a score of 82.5 percent.

Last year, Mapua Institute of Technology was the only top-performing school. PRC requires a minimum 80 percent passing rate and at least 50 examinees to be declared a top-performing school.

The national passing rate went up to 60.71 percent, with 867
successful examinees out of 1, 428. This was higher than last year’s 54.99 percent, wherein 793 examinees passed out of 1,442. Jerome P. Villanueva

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