Sept. 26 2016, 9:55 p.m. – A THOMASIAN emerged as the topnotcher in the September 2016 librarian licensure examinations, as the University recorded a higher passing rate.

Leading the new batch of librarians was Thomasian Karl Emmanuel Ruiz who got a score of 89.90 percent.

UST remained the second top-performing school with a 94.44-percent passing rate. Fifty-one out of 54 examinees made the cut. This year’s passing rate was higher than last year’s 87.88 percent.

The University of the Philippines-Diliman was still the top-performing school, with all its 50 examinees passing the test.

This year’s national passing rate improved to 64.74 percent or 738 passers out of 1,140, from from last year’s 47.04 percent or 349 passers out of 742 examinees. Roy Abrahmn D.R. Narra


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