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UST dominates board exams in Med Tech, Med, Nursing

UST has again proved that it is the country’s top producer of professionals, following the recent Medical Technology, Physician, Nursing, and Guidance Counseling licensure examinations whose Top 10 lists were dominated by Thomasians.

The University was named second top-performing school in the Med-Tech exams after recording a 95.36-percent passing rate, with 267 passers out of 280 examinees. This was slightly higher than last year’s 94.32 percent wherein 249 of 264 examinees made the cut.

Leigh Di Avril Agdeppa led the new batch of Thomasian medical technologists as she ranked second with a 91-percent score.

Thomasians dominate Top 10 of medtech board exams

06 September 2012, 12:31 a.m. - THE UNIVERSITY was named as the second top-performing school in the recent licensure examinations for medical technologists, with five Thomasians entering the Top 10 list.

UST registered a 95.36-percent passing rate in the September 2012 board exams, slightly higher than the 94.32 percent recorded last year, when it was named the third top-performing school.

This year, UST trailed behind Velez College, Saint Louis University, and Far Eastern University-Manila.

UST third in Medtech boards

UST SLID to third place despite its high passing rate in the recent Medical Technology board examination, while two Thomasians topped the guidance counselors.

The University produced the most number of medical technologists among all schools, with 249 passers out of the 264 examinees. UST’s passing rate slightly went down to 94.32 percent from 94.72 percent last year.

Saint Louis University emerged as this year’s top-performing school, with a passing rate of 100 percent from only 60 examinees. It was followed by Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, with 95.16 percent or 59 passers out of 62 examinees. San Pedro College-Davao City (85.14 percent) took the fourth spot.

UST places third in Medtech boards

September 8, 12: 31 a.m. - DESPITE its sterling performance in the medical technology board examinations this year, UST fell to third place after being last year’s top-performing school.

The University produced the most number of new medical technologists among all schools, with 249 passers out of 264 Thomasian examinees. UST’s passing rate went down to 94.32 percent from 94.72 percent last year.

Only 12 of the 256 first-time examinees and three of the eight repeaters from UST failed the exam.

Medical Technology tops board exam

THE UNIVERSITY emerged as the top-performing school in the September 2010 medical technology board examinations, while two Thomasians made it to the top 10 of the licensure test for chemists.

George Michael Ngo Sosuan, who obtained a 92.30-percent passing rate, led the country’s 910 new medical technologists. Among 265 Thomasians who took the exam, 251 passed, or 94.72 percent. Last year’s passing rate was 89.00 percent.

Other Thomasians who made it to the top 10 were Francisco IV Patling Tria (89.40 percent), Aileen Geobee Go Uy (89.20 percent) and Jude Anthony Cervas Trinidad (89.00 percent) who got the 5th, 6th and 8th spots, respectively.

The national passing rate increased to 71.21 percent from last year’s to 56.91 percent.

UST third in Medtech board

UST RANKED as the third top-performing school in the Medical Technologist licensure examination, and garnered a 100-percent passing rate in the Mechanical Engineering board last month.

However, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) did not recognize UST as the top performing school for the Mechanical Engineering test due to the low number of Thomasian examinees.

The University’s passing rate in the Medical Technology board rose to 83 percent from last year’s 65 percent as 38 of the 46 Thomasian examinees passed. Thirty-three were first-time takers.

Thomasians top Chemistry and MedTech board exams

FOR THE FIRST time, a Biochemistry graduate from the Faculty of Pharmacy landed in the top 10 of this year’s Chemistry Licensure Examination.

Ma. Irene Dela Cruz ranked fourth in the board exam with 88 percent. She was the only Thomasian who made it to the top 10.

Last year, magna cum laude graduate Donnabel Kuizon from the College of Science topped the board examination.

According to Biochemistry department head Dr. Mafel Ysrael, it was not really expected that Dela Cruz would make it in the top 10.

Thomasians shine in board exams

THOMASIANS registered noteworthy performances in the Chemist (Chem), Medical Technologist (Med Tech), and Physician licensure examinations last August and September.

Hannah Charlene Vergara placed second in the Chem board exams, registering a 91.25 per cent mark, while Felicidad Christina Ramirez tied with two others at sixth with an 88.75 per cent score.

UST tops boards anew

Manguba: Med-Tech board topnotcherTHE UNIVERSITY scored another coup in government licensure examinations, producing the most number of successful examinees in guidance and counseling and getting seven out of the top 10 spots in the medical technology board exam.

In the guidance counselor licensure exam, the University got a 91 percent passing rate, well above the 60 percent national passing rate, with three Thomasians entering the top ten.

Adonis David, counselor at the Philippine Normal University who finished his master’s degree at the UST Graduate School , led all Thomasian passers with a score of 81.70 percent. The two other Thomasians in the top ten were Maryrose Cortez (81.20 percent) and Janice Triguero (80.80 percent), who ranked fifth and eighth, respectively.