UST is #1 in inaugural speech-language pathologist boards, 18 Thomasians claim top spots

In the inaugural November 2023 Speech-Language Pathology licensure exams, the University was named the top-performing school after notching a perfect 100% rating, producing 199 new Thomasian professionals.

Meanwhile, 18 Thomasians dominated the topnotchers list. Sofia Ordinante flexed her 93.50% score at #2. Katrina A. Ligutom, Ranielle M. Malonzo, Erin B. Triste, and Corinne C. Yu shared the #4 spot with their 92.75% score. Darla M. Manalo chipped in at #5 with her 92.50% score. Andriana R. Perez, Darla DC. Saldi, and Keeyana M. Sanchez clinched the #7 spot with their 92% rating. Kirstie A. Gattud and Justine R. Masangcap both placed #8 with their 91.75% score. At #9, Katrina D. Martinez and Rexie B. Marty tallied a 91.50% rating. Lastly, the quintet of Rein M. Albances, Aliana A. Dayrit, Isaiah M. Espiritu, Samantha S. Foja, and Juztine S. Ongtangco settled at #10 with their 91.25% score.  

The national passing rate was 99.63%. The said licensure exams was administered by the Professional Regulation Commission.

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