UST posts lower passing rate in May 2018 chemical eng’g boards


THE UNIVERSITY recorded a 20.69-percent passing rate in the May 2018 chemical engineering licensure examinations, with six Thomasians making the cut out of 29 examinees.

This was a decline from last year’s 58.82-percent passing rate, or 20 out of 34 examinees.

Peter Matthew Paul Fowler of Mapua Institute of Technology led the country’s new batch of chemical engineers with a score of 83 percent.

De La Salle University-Manila remained the top school with a 96.55-percent passing rate, or 28 out of 29 examinees.

The national passing rate dropped to 46.54 percent or 296 out of 636 examinees, from last year’s  55.26 percent or 310 out of 561 examinees.


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