Thomasians place 1st, 2nd, 8th and 10th in medtech boards

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FOUR Thomasians barged into the top 10 of the September 2018 licensure exams for medical technologists.

Thomasian Lorenz Barro led the new batch of medical technologists with a score of 92.10 percent.

Rolter Lorenz Lee, also of UST, placed second with a score of 91.80 percent.

Thomasians Harissa Katrina de Lara and Jericho Balauro scored 89.90 percent and 89.70 percent, securing the eighth and 10th spots, respectively.

Former Varsitarian science and technology editor Edris Pua was among those who passed the exam.

UST was named the fifth top-performing school with its 96.49-percent passing rate, after 220 out of 228 Thomasian examinees passed the exams.

The University of San Agustin, Cebu Doctors University, Velez College-Cebu, Saint Louis College-La Union and Trinity University of Asia-Quezon City were named this year’s top-performing schools.

The national passing rate slipped to 77.73 percent, or 4,718 out of 6,070 examinees, from last year’s 85.16 percent, or 4,821 out of 5,661 examinees.


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