Anna Teresa Galian (left) and John Miguel P. Nicolas (right) lead the new batch of Thomasian pharmacists in the April 2021 licensure examinations for pharmacists. (Photos from the UST website)

TWO THOMASIANS landed on the top 10 of the April 2021 licensure examinations for pharmacists, where UST was the fifth top-performing school. 

Anna Teresa Galian, who scored 89.95 percent, the second-highest score among this year’s 1,168 examinees, led the fresh batch of Thomasian pharmacists.

John Miguel Peralta Nicolas secured the seventh spot with a score of 88.45 percent.

Only 12 Thomasians took the examinations, of which 10 passed.

Angelo Proceso Feliciano Zarate of the Lyceum Northwestern University-Dagupan City topped this year’s examinations with a 90.70-percent score.

Saint Louis University was the best-performing school, with all 16 of its examinees making the cut.

Of the 1,168 examinees who took the examinations, 674 clinched passing scores.


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