Feb. 20, 2015, 10:38 p.m. – THE UNIVERSITY recorded a
95-percent passing rate in the February 2015 off-season physician licensure
examinations, with two Thomasians entering the top 10.

Nineteen Thomasians passed out of 20 examinees. The passing
rate was higher than last year’s 83.33-percent or 15 passers out of 18
examinees.

Alrick Anthony Gonzalez led the new batch of Thomasian
physicians after placing seventh with a score of 86 percent, while Angela
Pauline Calimag-Loyola grabbed the eighth spot with a score of 85.75 percent.

Last August, UST dominated the physician licensure
examinations, with six Thomasians landing in the top 10, including first place.

In the February exams, Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes
Medical Foundation was declared the sole top-performing school after posting a
93.64-percent passing rate, equivalent to 103 passers out of 110 examinees.

The national passing rate improved to 71.39 percent or 594
passers out of 832 examinees, compared with last year’s 52.15 percent or 425
passers out of 815 examinees. Dayanara T. Cudal

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