TWO THOMASIANS captured the No. 1 and No. 2 spots in the January 2022 licensure examinations for medical technologists, where UST was hailed as one of the top-performing schools.

Kyle Magistrado led the new batch of medical technologists with a score of 90.40 percent. On second place was Natalie Regina Cu, who scored 89.30 percent.

Three other Thomasians landed in the top 10: Phil Isaiah C. Co and Ricsoon Lester Radam who tied at sixth after scoring 88.10 percent, and Gian Searle Alkuino who ranked seventh with an 87.70-percent score.

UST was named the No. 4 top-performing school in the January 2022 examinations after recording an 80.37-percent passing rate or 86 out of 107 Thomasian examinees making the cut.

The University’s performance in the latest exam cycle was almost similar to its January 2021 record — an 80.39-percent passing rate or 41 passers out of 51 examinees.

Saint Louis University was the top-performing school after recording a 93.98-percent passing rate or 78 out of 83 examinees.

The national passing rate slid to 49.90 percent or 1,307 out of 2,619 takers, from 67.69 percent or 4,743 out of 6,453 examinees in January 2021. J.B.T. Lim


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