A THOMASIAN placed third in the August-September licensure examinations for electrical engineers, while the University was third among the top-performing schools.

Derrick Munar Ramos led the new batch of Thomasian electrical engineers with a 91.85-percent score.

UST recorded a 97.92-percent passing rate with 94 of 96 examinees making the cut. Last year, UST was the top-performing school with all 73 takers acing the test.

Mikhael Glen Lataza of University of San Carlos topped this year’s exams with a 92.60-percent score.

The national passing rate rose to 67.16 percent or 3,285 of 4,891 examinees, from last year’s 66.74 percent or 3,135 out of 4,697 examinees.


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