A THOMASIAN ranked seventh in the April 2022 master electrician board examinations, in which UST recorded a perfect passing rate.

Thomasian Denzelle Langit ranked seventh nationwide with a score of 88.50 percent. He tied with five other students.

UST fielded four examinees in the licensure exams for master electricians.

Rodriner Billones of Capiz State University led this year’s batch of master electricians examinees after scoring 93 percent.

The Sorsogon State College – Sorsogon was the top-performing school with an 84.93-percent passing rate, or 62 out of 73 examinees.

The national passing rate for master electricians slid to 46.25 percent, or 1,717 out of 3,712 examinees, from 67.40 percent, or 1,505 out of 2,233 examinees.

UST meanwhile posted a 78.57-percent passing rate in the electrical engineering licensure examination, with 55 out of 70 Thomasians making the cut.

UST’s passing rate was significantly lower than September 2021’s 96.15 percent.

Rob Christian Caduyac of the University of the Philippines Los Banos topped this year’s examination for electrical engineers with a score of 91.70 percent.

UP Los Banos was named the top-performing school with a 96.23-percent passing rate.

The national passing rate for electrical engineers dipped to 54.41 percent, or 3,029 out of 5,567 examinees, from 64.40 percent, or 1,668 out of 2,590 examinees.

The licensure exams were conducted from April 26 to 28, 2022.


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