UST scores 100 percent in electronic technician exams, improves in electronics eng’g

File photo by Michael Angelo M. Reyes

THE UNIVERSITY kept a 100-percent passing rate in the April 2018 electronics technician licensure examinations, with all four Thomasian examinees passing the test.

Mark Jefferson Arellano of Cagayan State University – Tuguegarao topped this year’s electronic technician board exams after scoring 89 percent.

Mapua Institute of Technology-Manila remained the top-performing school with all of its 69 examinees passing the test.

The national passing rate declined to 76.93 percent, with 1,141 takers making the cut out of 1,483 examinees, from last year’s 80.13 percent or 1,020 out of 1,273 examinees.

UST meanwhile posted a higher passing rate in the electronics engineering board exams.

The passing rate improved to 66.67 percent, with 14 Thomasians passing the test out of 21 examinees, from last year’s 57.50 percent passing rate, or 23 out of 40 examinees.

Mark Eullysis Alzaga of Far Eastern University – Institute of Technology led the country’s new batch of electronic engineers with a score of 93.30 percent.

University of the Philippines-Diliman emerged as the top-performing school, scoring a 100-percent passing rate with all 27 examinees making the cut.

The national passing rate improved to 45.36 percent, or 1,208 out of 2,663 examinees, from last year’s 41.27 percent or 1,033 out of 2,503 examinees.


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