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Thomasian tops Pharmacy board exams

27 June 2014, 1:15 a.m. - A THOMASIAN topped the the June 2014 Pharmacy licensure examination, while three other UST alumni made it to the top 10.

Hannah Cathlyne Co, who scored 90.47 percent, led the 268 new Thomasian pharmacists. A total of 328 UST graduates took the exams this year.

UST remained the third top-performing school after posting an 81.71-percent passing rate, results from the Professional Regulation Commission showed. This was higher than last year’s 80.2 percent.

Thomasians dominate Pharmacy boards

THE University once again dominated the June 2013 Pharmacy licensure examinations, with six Thomasians entering the Top 10.

Data from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) showed that 293 out of 365 Thomasians made the cut this year, or an 80.2-percent passing rate. This was lower than last year’s 88.92 percent, with 281 passers out of 316 examinees.

UST emerged as this year’s third top-performing school. Last year it was second.

Leading the new batch of Thomasian pharmacists is Clinical Pharmacy summa cum laude Ryan Justin Raynes, who ranked second with a 93.65-percent score.

Pharmacy tops board; six land in top 10

UST WAS named the second top-performing school in the July 2012 Pharmacy licensure examination, with six Thomasians landing on the Top 10, including first place.

The University recorded a passing rate of 88.92 percent, equivalent to 281 passers out of 316 examinees, data from the Professional Regulation Commission showed. This year’s board passers included 269 out of 293 first-time takers and 12 out of 23 repeaters.

Last year’s passing rate was 84.80 percent, with 290 out of 342 UST examinees passing the test.

Clinical Pharmacy posts perfect score in licensure exam

ALL PIONEER graduates of the five-year Clinical Pharmacy program passed the June 2011 pharmacy board examinations, while four Thomasian pharmacists made it to the top ten.

The results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) last June 29 showed that UST ranked first with 84.80-percent passing rate (including both Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacy programs) or 290 passers out of 342 examinees.

Last year, UST acquired an 89-percent passing rate, or 241 passers, but with lesser examinees of 270.

Those who made it to the top-ten listwere Ma. Nikka Angela de la Cruz at sixth place (90.72 percent), Monica Gutierrez at seventh (90.42 percent), Jasmine Wong at ninth (90.25 percent), and Kevin Jace Miranda at tenth (90.15 percent).

UST tops June 2011 Pharmacy boards

June 30, 1:17 a.m. - THE UNIVERSITY topped the recent June 2011 pharmacy board examination, results from the Professional Regulation Commission show.

Results released yesterday said UST acquired a passing rate of 84.80 percent, or 290 passers out of 342, which is lower than last year’s 89 percent, or 241 passers out of 270. However, this year’s number of examinees from the University was higher compared to last year’s.

Board passers from the University this year include 284 out of 325 (87.38 percent) first timers and six out of 11 (35.29 percent) repeaters.

Ched rules new boards policy; Thomasian, 4th in Pharmacy exam

UST BECAME the second top-performing school in the June 2010 Pharmacy licensure examinations, with 89 percent of examinees passing the test.

Leading 241 new Thomasian pharmacists is Sannie Tan Ho who ranked fourth with his 90.28- percent score. Thessa Mia Rivera tied with Cedrix Cuaderno from University of the Philippines-Manila in the seventh place with a score of 89.58 percent, while David Creony Javier ranked eighth with an 89.48 mark.

“I was expecting a much higher passing rate and more Thomasians in the top 10 since [in this batch], there were two magna cum laudes and eight cum laudes who took the exam,” said Dean Priscilla Torres of the Faculty of Pharmacy.

Pitong Tomasino nanguna sa Pharmacy board

HUMAKOT ng pitong posisyon sa Top 10 ang UST sa Pharmacy board exam na ginanap noong Hunyo, ngunit sumadsad naman ang passing rate nito.

Pinangunahan ng Tomasinong si Cheryl Lynn Cu Tan ang 780 na pumasa ngayong taon. Nagkamit siya ng markang 89.75, kasama si Johannes Gubat ng University of the Philippines.

Nakuha rin ng mga Tomasino ang pangalawa, -tatlo, -apat, -lima, -anim, -walo, at -siyam na pwesto sa Top 10. Ito ay sina Paola San Roque (88.47), Maria Pantalla (88.42), Madinah Corpuz (88.17), Clairefrancis De Guzman (88.13), Charmaine Ong (88.05), at Patricia Abalos (87.72).

Pharmacy rules board

A THOMASIAN topped this year’s Pharmacist Licensure Examinations with a 92.27 percent score, leading five other Thomasians in the Top 20.

Cum laude graduate Andrea Chua never expected to land first in the board and only wished to be in the top 10.

“(It was) unexpected. Masaya ako because I was able to bring glory to the University,” she said.

Pharmacy Assistant Dean Priscilla Torres said Chua and the other honor graduates were really expected to land in the top 20.

UST, nanguna sa Pharmacy at Nutrition board exams exams

UMARANGKADA ang UST sa nagdaang Pharmacy licensure examination noong Hulyo 4 at 5, at sa Nutrition and Dietetics licensure exam noong Hulyo 13 at 14.

Sa Pharmacy examinations, nakuha ni Sharlene Marie Lao, na may 90.3 porsiyentong marka, ang unang puwesto.Kasalukuyang freshman sa Faculty of Medicine and Surgery si Lao.

“Nakatulong sa akin ang mas pinaagang review course na ibinigay ng UST noong nakaraang semestre,” ani Lao.

UST shines anew in three board exams

UST leaped the bar of excellence anew, registering impressive performances in three licensure examinations while making ripples in the individual test rankings.

Thomasian graduates stamped their class in the Pharmacy, Architecture, and Nutrition board examinations to reaffirm the University’s status as one of the best academic institutions in the country.

With four Thomasians landing in the top 10, UST emerged as the top-performing school in the Pharmacy board exam, posting a 91-per cent passing rate compared to a 57-per cent national passing mark.