4 Thomasians top August 2018 pharmacy board exams

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THE UNIVERSITY was named the fourth top-performing school in the August 2018 pharmacist licensure examinations, with four Thomasians making it to the list of top 10 examinees.

Patrick Joshua Galura led the new batch of Thomasian pharmacists, securing the third spot with a score of 91.35 percent.

Thomasian Biehn Beryl Que grabbed fourth place with a score of 91.30 percent, while Maureen Theresa Alexander and Krishna Dasha Corpuz placed sixth and seventh with scores of 91.20 percent and 91.07 percent, respectively.

UST posted a 91.56-percent passing rate, or 282 out of 308 examinees, in the August 2018 examinations, slipping from last year’s 92.50 percent or 296 out of 320 examinees.

Saint Louis University of Baguio was the top-performing school anew, posting a 98.69-percent passing rate or 151 out of 152 examinees.

The national passing rate rose to 69.20 percent, or 2,927 out of 4,230 examinees, from last year’s 54.81 percent or 2,784 out of 5,079 examinees.


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