THE UNIVERSITY remained the top-performing school in the November 2018 licensure exams for nurses for the fourth straight year, and continued its streak of its perfect passing rates since 2015.

All 337 Thomasian examinees passed the licensure exam.

Thomasian Jennifer Quirante led the country’s fresh batch of nurses with a score of 87.80 percent.

Benedict Jerome Calano secured the fifth spot after posting
an 85.80-percent mark.

Levana Ann Philline Rapadas and Christine Andrea Ricarte shared the sixth spot with an 85.60-percent score.

Isaias Hurtado and Jenna Eunice Sy landed on the seventh spot with an 85.40-percent score.

Abegail Arellano notched the eighth place with a score of 85.20 percent. Jhovan Caplis Pascual grabbed the ninth spot with an 85 percent score.

Jean Danielle Carpio and Rachel Antonette Tamayo clinched the 10th spot with an 84.80-percent mark.

The national passing rate dropped to 39.98 percent, or 4,811 out of 12,033 examinees, from last year’s 45.65 percent, or 5,875 out of 12,869.

Editor’s Note: We wish to clarify that there were only 10 Thomasians in the top 10 contrary to our previous tweet. We apologize for this mistake.


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