THE UNIVERSITY posted a 58.82-percent passing rate in the February 2019 licensure examinations for mechanical engineers, with 10 out of 17 Thomasian examinees making the cut.

This was higher than last year’s 42.86 percent, or three out of seven examinees.

Jayson Perez from the University of Batangas led the country’s newest batch of mechanical engineers with a score of 92.40 percent.

Batangas State University in Alangilan, Batangas was named top-performing school anew, with a 90.15-percent passing rate, or 119 out of 132 examinees.

The national passing rate improved to 50.49 percent, or 1,538 out of 3,046 examinees, from last year’s 47.04 percent, or 933 passers out of 1,983 examinees.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.