UST improves in March 2019 pharmacy board exams


THE UNIVERSITY posted a 72.41-percent passing rate in the March 2019 pharmacy licensure examinations, with 42 out of 58 Thomasians passing the test.

This was higher than last year’s 61.54 percent, or 16 out of 26 examinees.

Alexandra Kay Co led the latest batch of Thomasian pharmacists, placing 8th in the list of topnotchers with a score of 91.2 percent.

Julia Nicole dela Cruz of the University of the Philippines in Manila topped this year’s licensure exam for pharmacists, with a score of 92.7 percent.

UP Manila was named top-performing school, with all 53 of its examinees passing the test.

The national passing rate rose to 64.94 percent or 2,100 out of 3,234 examinees, compared with last year’s 55.77 percent, or 1,695 out of 3,039 examinees.


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