UST ELECTRONICS engineering Batch 2019 magna cum laude Neil Kenneth Mendoza emerged as the topnotcher in the October 2019 licensure examinations for electronics engineers and electronics technicians, after scoring 92 percent and 94 percent, respectively.

Jay Patrick Nieles, a former member of the UST Male Tracksters who also graduated magna cum laude, shared the 10th place with two others, after posting an 89.20-percent score.

UST was named the third top-performing school in the electronics engineering exams as it clinched an 80-percent passing rate or 96 out 120 examinees, almost identical to last year’s 79.26 percent or 107 out of 135 examinees.

Nathanael Jonas Rodrigo, former art director of the Varsitarian, was among those who passed the exams.

UST remained the second top-performing school in the electronics tech exams with a 92.55-percent passing rate or 87 out of 94 examinees. Last year, the University had a 97.70-percent passing rate, or 85 out of 87 examinees.

The University of the Philippines Diliman was the top-performing school for the electronics tech exams with a passing rate of 97.30-percent, or 72 out of 74 examinees, while Mapua University in Manila was the top-performing school for electronics engineering with a 96.99-percent passing rate.

The national passing rate for the electronics technician exams slid to 68.58 percent, or 2,589 out of 3,775 examinees, from last year’s 81.66 percent, or 2,944 out of 3,605 examinees.

For the electronics engineering exams, the national passing rate stood at 49.43 percent or 2,460 out of 4,977 examinees, from last year’s 49.49 percent or 2,326 out of 4,700 examinees.


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