UST aces electronics tech board exams anew; slips in electronics eng’g

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THE UNIVERSITY posted a perfect passing rate for the fourth straight year in the April 2019 electronics technician licensure exams, with all nine Thomasians passing the test.

UST’s perfect streak started in April 2016.

Jonas Angelo Bicol of University of Batangas led this year’s newest batch of electronic techinicians with a score of 95 percent.

The De La Salle University in Lipa, Batangas was named the top-performing school, after recording a passing rate of 90.59 percent or 77 out of 85 examinees.

The national passing rate rose to 81.11 percent, or 1,473 out of 1,816 examinees, from last year’s 76.93 percent, or 1,141 out of 1,483 examinees.

UST posted a 65.63-percent passing rate in the April 2019 licensure exams for electronics engineers, with 21 out of 32 Thomasians making the cut.

This was lower compared with last year’s passing rate of 66.67 percent or 14 out of 21 examinees.

Malcolm Leeland Kwok of De La Salle University in Manila topped this year’s electronics engineer exams with a score of 90.70 percent.

The University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City aced this year’s licensure exams for electronics engineers and was hailed as the top-performing school, with all its 25 examinees making tha cut.

The national passing rate rose to 48.92 percent or 1,365 out of 2,790 examinees, compared with last year’s 45.36 percent or 1,208 out of 2,663 examinees.


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