A THOMASIAN placed second in the September 2019 licensure examinations for librarians, while the University was named the third top-performing school.

Allyana Bermudez led the newest batch of Thomasian librarians after posting a score of 89.30 percent.

UST recorded a 90.32-percent passing rate, as 28 of 31 Thomasian examinees made the cut. This was lower than last year’s 97.37 percent passing rate, or 37 out of 38 examinees.

The University of the Philippines in Diliman was named top-performing school after it recorded a 100-percent passing rate.

Daniel Balbin Jr. of Benguet State University emerged as topnotcher with a score of 89.75 percent.

The national passing rate improved to 55.18 percent or 565 out of 1,024 examinees this year, from last year’s 49 percent or 466 out of 951 examinees.


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