May 22, 2015, 5:47 p.m. – THE UNIVERSITY improved its
passing rate in the off-season licensure examinations for certified public
accountants, with 18 out of 27 Thomasian examinees making the cut.

UST registered a 66.67-percent passing rate, higher than
last year’s 39.88 percent wherein only 65 of 163 Thomasians passed the exam.

Sixteen out of 22 second-time takers and two out of five
first-time takers passed.

Only the University of San Carlos and De La Salle
University-Manila were named as the top-performing schools, with 88.06- and
81.18-percent passing rates, respectively.

The national passing rate improved to 35.77 percent (2,132
passers out of 5,959 takers) from last year’s 19.98 percent (1,107 passers out
of 5,540 takers). R. A. Vergara, Jr.

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