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THE UNIVERSITY emerged as the second top-performing school in the June 2024 licensure examinations for architects, in which 143 Thomasian examinees, including two topnotchers, passed. 

UST produced the highest number of passers in the recent exam cycle, which came from a pool of 161 examinees, good for an 88.82-percent passing rate. 

Its recent passing rate was an improvement from the 82.09-percent rating (110 of 134) logged in January 2024, during which UST was named the lone top-performing school.

Jarvis Cal Ortiz led the fresh crop of Thomasian architects after earning the No. 6 spot nationwide with an 82.10-percent score. 

Another Thomasian, Basilio Carolino, scored 81.70 percent and shared the No. 8 spot with two other topnotchers. 

Louie Kiu of De La Salle College of Saint Benilde bested the June 2024 licensure exams for architects with a score of 83.80 percent. 

Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Sta. Mesa emerged as the top-performing school after 56 out of 60 examinees passed, good for a 93.33-percent passing rate. 

The national passing rate inched up to 62.14 percent (2,094 of 3,370) from 61.68 percent (1,809 of 2,933) in January 2024.

The June 2024 licensure exams for architects were held on June 11 and 13.


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