UST registers 62-percent passing rate in pharma board exams


THE UNIVERSITY recorded a 61.54-percent passing rate in the March 2018 pharmacy licensure examinations, with 16 out of 26 examinees making the cut.

Last year’s passing rate was 94.15 percent, or 193 out of 205 examinees, with three Thomasians in the top 10.

State-run University of the Philippines (UP) Manila was this year’s top-performing school in the pharmacy board exams, recording a 100-percent passing rate.

Ryan Joseph Tuzon of UP Manila led the country’s fresh batch of pharmacists with a score of 92.95 percent.

A total of 1,695 passed the test out of 3,039 examinees nationwide.

Last year, 2,426 out of 3,732 examinees passed.


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