DLSL yields six RME topnotchers, 14 new REEs

Infographics by Matt Magnaye and Mon Magadia

Out of the 2,223 examinees, De La Salle Lipa’s (DLSL) Franchesca Louise Lajara managed to clinch the top spot in the recently concluded Registered Master Electricians (RME) licensure examinations, scoring an average of 93%, Sept. 16.

Alongside Lajara, five other Lasallian RMEs who landed a spot in the top 10 were Jeff Loyd Bergonia in the top three with a 90.50% rating, Paul Edrian Silva in the top four with 90%, Adrian Macatangay in the top six with 89%, and in the tenth place are Jay Patrick Atienza and Jaron Beirnd Dimaandal, both with 87% average.

DLSL hailed 28 new RMEs attaining a 100% passing rate, which is 32.56% higher than the national passing rate of 67.44%, equating to 1,506 passers.

Meanwhile, there were 14 passers out of 19 Lipa Lasallian examinees in the Registered Electrical Engineer (REE) licensure examination, corresponding to DLSL’s overall passing rate of 73.68%.

This year’s DLSL’s percentage is 9.28% higher than the 64.4% national passing rate, which produced 1,668 passers out of 2,590 examinees.

The REE and RME licensure examinations were administered last Sept. 5-6 and Sept. 7, respectively, at 13 testing centers situated around the country.

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