UST is second top-performing school in OT board exams

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The University was named the second top-performing school in the recent occupational therapy (OT) board examinations, with two Thomasians landing in the top 10.

UST recorded a passing rate of 91.67 percent or 22 out of 24 examinees. This was a huge improvement from last year’s 50 percent passing rate.

UST trailed behind the University of the Philippines-Manila, still the top-performing OT school in the country.

Leading the new batch of Thomasian occupational therapists was Adrianne Rose Antonio at second place with a score of 81.40 percent.

Thomasian Jan Luke Mendoza ranked fourth with a score of 80.60.

The national passing rate for the OT board improved to 69.19 percent or 128 out of 185 passers, from last year’s 53.92 percent.

Meanwhile, two Thomasians entered the top 10 examinees of the recent physical therapy (PT) board examinations.

Thomasian Alyssa Caitlin Ting placed second with a score of 88.30, while Mathieu Joseph Moulic placed fifth with a score of 86.95.

UST’s passing rate slightly improved to 92.86 percent or 13 out of 14 passers, from last year’s 91.67 percent.

Angeles University Foundation and UP Manila were declared the top-performing schools for the PT boards.

The national passing rate for the PT board exams increased to 59.81 percent or 512 out of 856 examinees from last year’s 57.13.


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