TWO THOMASIANS landed on the ninth spot in the November 2018 licensure examinations for civil engineers.

Jinno Edison Enriquez and Wilson Kristoffer Ricarte led the fresh batch of Thomasian civil engineers, after both recorded identical scores of 94.30 percent.

Enriquez and Ricarte shared the ninth spot with Ma. Patricia Leriezz Corpuz of the University of the Philippines-Diliman and John Ivan Gapud of the University of San Carlos.

The University was hailed as the sixth top-performing school with an 81.04-percent passing rate, or 171 out of 211 examinees. This year’s passing rate was lower than last year’s 86.88 percent or 192 out of 221 examinees.

Jaydee Lucero of the University of the Philippines-Diliman led the newest batch of civil engineers, posting a score of 97.20 percent.

The University of the Philippines-Los Baños was named the top-performing school after registering a 98.63-percent passing rate, with only one out of 73 examinees failing to make the cut.

The national passing rate declined to 45.09 percent, or 6,262 out of 13,887 examinees, from last year’s 48.81 percent, or 6,075 out of 12,447 examinees.


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