UST scores 100 percent in master electrician exams


THE UNIVERSITY recorded a perfect score in the April 2018 master electrician licensure examinations, with all two Thomasian examinees passing the test.

Jayson Bonajos of Bohol Island State University topped the board exams with a score of 93 percent.

De La Salle University-Lipa was hailed as the year’s top-performing school in the master electrician board exams, posting a 98.55-percent passing rate, or 68 out of 69 examinees.

The national passing rate fell to 50.08 percent, with 1,831 making the cut out of 3,656 examinees, from last year’s 58.05-percent, or 1,817 out of 3,130 examinees.

UST meanwhile recorded an 80-percent passing rate in the electrical engineering board exams, with four out of five examinees making the cut.

Last year, the University clinched a perfect passing rate with all of its seven examinees passing the test.

Kevin Relleve of University of the Philippines (UP) Los Baños led the country’s fresh batch of electrical engineers with a score of 92.75 percent.

UP Los Baños was named this year’s top-performing school after registering a 100-percent passing rate, with all 53 examinees hurdling the test.

The national passing rate rose to 52.12 percent, with 1,315 making the cut out of 2,523 examinees, from last year’s 44.92 percent, or 994 making the cut out of 2,213 examinees. K. A.Alabaso


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