THE UNIVERSITY was named the second top-performing school in the October 2018 licensure exams for electronics technicians, after posting a 97.70-percent passing rate.

Eighty-five out of 87 Thomasian examinees passed. Last year, all 78 examinees made it to the cut.

Justin Allen Arciga of Holy Angel University in Pampanga topped this year’s electronics technician board exams with a score of 95 percent.

Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Sta. Mesa was this year’s top-performing school with a 98.30-percent passing rate, or 173 successful examinees out of 176.

The national passing rate declined to 81.66 percent, or 2,944 out of 3,605 examinees, from last year’s 89.50 percent, or 2,916 out of 3,258 examinees.

Down in electronics eng’g

UST’s passing rate in the electronics engineering licensure exams meanwhile dropped to 79.26 percent, or 107 out of 135 examinees, from last year’s 81.51 percent, or 97 out of 119 examinees.

University of the Philippines-Diliman was the top-performing school in the electronics engineering licensure exams with a passing rate of 98 percent.

This year’s national passing rate inched up to 49.49 percent or 2,326 out of 4,700 examinees, from last year’s 46.72 percent or 2,235 out of 4,784 examinees.


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