FILE PHOTO (Photo by Francia Denise M. Arizabal/ The Varsitarian)

TWENTY-FIVE out of 33 Thomasian examinees made the cut in the May 2024 licensure examinations for chemical engineers, good for a 75.76-percent passing rate.

The University’s recent passing rate was slightly lower than the 77.2-percent rating it logged in the October 2023 cycle, wherein 61 out of 79 Thomasians passed.

Miguel Bungalon of the University of the Philippines (UP) Los Baños led the batch of new chemical engineers with a score of 87.30 percent.

UP Diliman (28 of 28) and De La Salle University Manila (11 of 11) emerged as the top-performing schools in the exams after recording perfect passing rates. 

The national passing rate dipped to 68.97 percent (640 of 928) from 70.23 percent (651 of 927) in the previous cycle.

The May 2024 licensure exams for chemical engineers were conducted from May 21 to 23. 


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