June 20, 2015, 11:31 a.m. – THE UNIVERSITY emerged as the top-performing school in the
recent architecture licensure exams, with three Thomasians in the top 10, including
this year’s topnotcher.

UST recorded an 88.74-percent passing rate or 197 passers
out of 222 examinees, higher than last year’s 81.89 percent or 199 passers out
of 243 examinees, results from the Professional Regulation Commission showed.

Last year, UST placed second behind the University of San

Thomasian Christian Lyle La Madrid led this year’s batch of
architects, with a score of 85.90 percent. Other Thomasians who made it to the
top 10 were Christian Salandanan (84.80 percent) at fifth place and Bianca Mari
Villamayor (84.20 percent) at sixth place. Former Varsitarian Circle writer Christopher Enriquez was among the passers.

The national passing rate stood at 61.15 percent (1,201
passers out of 1,964 examinees), almost the same as last year’s 61.01 percent
(1,100 passers out of 1,803 examinees). Jerome P. Villanueva

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