Thomasians clinch top spots in October 2022 nutrition boards
By Alexandria Grace Magno
Five Thomasians secured top spots in the October 2022 nutritionist-dietitian licensure exam (NDLE), results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Margaret Therese Romero Laurel topped the boards with a score of 90.10 percent.
Thomasians Kohleen Rose Caballero and Ren Christian Panganiban both landed on the sixth spot with 89.40 percent.
Chelsea Vida Rosal placed ninth with 89.10 percent and Bea Roselle Romulo posted 89.05 percent, sharing the tenth spot with Ceres Natalie Bandayrel Basuel of the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB).
After obtaining an average rating of 97.87 percent passing rate, UST was hailed as the second top-performing school with 92 passers out of its 94 examinees.
UPLB was named as the top-performing school in the October 2022 Nutritionist-Dietitian Licensure Examination (NDLE) after posting a 100 percent passing rate.
There are 719 passers out of 1,114 examinees for the October 2022 NDLE, according to the PRC.
The said exams were conducted in the cities of Metro Manila, Baguio, Cebu Davao, Legaspi, and Zamboanga last Oct 30 and 31.