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UST muling pumangalawa sa physician boards

27 Agosto 2013, 11:23 p.m. -  NANATILING pangalawa ang UST sa listahan ng top-performing schools sa katatapos na physician licensure exams.

Nagtala ng 99.53-porsiyentong passing rate ang Unibersidad, kung saan 427 sa 429 na kumuha ng pagsusulit ang pumasa, batay sa resultang inilabas ng Professional Regulation Commission.

Mas mataas ito kumpara sa 98.71-porsiyentong passing rate (382 nakapasa sa 387 na kumuha ng pagsusulit) noong nakaraang taon.

Medicine, PT, Archi post higher marks in off-season boards

THE UNIVERSITY dominated this year’s “off-season” licensure exams for physicians, physical therapists, and architects, yielding two Thomasian topnotchers.

Chicco Xerxes Pangan led this year’s newly registered physicians after getting a score of 86.33 percent.

Twenty-one out of 23 Thomasians made the cut, equivalent to a 91.30-percent passing rate. For the past two years, UST has maintained a 100-percent passing rate in the medicine board exams.

“We’re happy that UST maintained its standing as one of the best schools in the country,” said Faculty of Medicine and Surgery Dean Graciela Gonzaga.

UST posts perfect passing rate in Med boards

March 2, 12:30 a.m. - THE UNIVERSITY maintained a 100-percent passing rate in the recent licensure exams for physicians, but no Thomasian entered the Top 10 list of topnotchers.

All 24 Thomasian examinees passed this year’s “off-season” physician board exams. Last year, UST also posted a perfect score, with 26 Thomasians making the cut.

Last year, Thomasian Censon Lemuel Cabanas placed sixth with an average score of 84.92. In 2010, UST's Charlene Rose Haw also got the sixth place.

No school met the requirement set by the Professional Regulation Commission to be proclaimed as a top-performing school -- at least 80 percent passing rate with a minimum of 50 examinees.

UST, pumangalawa sa Physician board

Agosto 18, 7:21 a.m. - BUMABA sa ikalawang puwesto ang UST sa listahan ng top-performing schools sa katatapos na Physician Licensure Examination ngayong buwan, ngunit ito naman ang nagtala ng pinakamaraming bilang ng mga bagong doctor mula sa isang unibersidad.

Nagtala ng 99.73 passing rate ang Unibersidad matapos pumasa ang 371 Tomasino na kumuha ng exam. Isa lang mula sa UST ang hindi pumasa.

Samantala, tatlong Tomasino ang nakapasok sa top 10—mas kaunti kumpara sa bilang noong nakaraang taon.

Medicine second in board

UST WAS named the second top performing school in the Physician licensure exams after gaining a 94 percent passing rate last January, unchanged from the same period last year.

Thomasian Charlene Khe Haw emerged sixth among a total of 621 successful examinees, posting an 84.71 percent score in the board exams. Thirty-two of the 34 Thomasian examinees passed.

Marie Jo Cabanting of the Far Eastern University - Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation topped this year’s board with a score of 85.42 percent.

UST ranked second to St. Luke’s College of Medicine, Perpetual Help College of Manila, Cebu Doctors University, and Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao, which all tied at first place with 100 percent passing rates each.

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.