UST scores 91.83 percent in November 2022 pharmacist boards

2 min readNov 15, 2022


By Alexandria Grace Magno

Photo by Ricardo Magpoc Jr./TomasinoWeb

UST was named as the third top-performing school in November 2022 Pharmacist Licensure Board (PhLE).

The University’s pharmacy boards passing rate increased to 91.83 percent, previously at 45.65 percent in the April 2022 PhLE.

From the preceding 46 examinees, UST produced 306 examinees with 281 passers in the November 2022 pharmacist licensure exams.

In which five Thomasians clinched top spots in the said examination, results released by the Professional Regulation Commission on Tuesday, Nov 15.

Honey Lynn Isip secured the second spot with a score of 92.55 percent, followed by Reign Walther Cirineo in the third spot with a score of 92.20 percent.

Thomasians Alyanna Alterado placed sixth with a 92.13 percent mark, Rendzborg Bautista landed on the eighth spot with 91.88 percent, and Shane Audrey Lim posted 91.83 percent, securing the ninth spot.

The University of the Immaculate Conception — Davao’s Ritch Joshua Villadarez topped the boards with a score of 92.65 percent.

Saint Louis University was hailed as the top-performing school in the November 2022 Pharmacist Licensure Exams after posting a 96.40 percent passing rate.

There are 2,390 passers out of 3,828 examinees for the November 2022 PhLE.

The pharmacist licensure examinations were conducted in the cities of NCR, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Koronadal, Legaspi, Lucena, Pagadian, Pampanga, Rosales, Tacloban, Tuguegarao, and Zamboanga last Nov 9–10.




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