All 27 graduates of the UP Diliman (UPD) School of Library and Information Studies passed the Sept. 19-20 Librarian Licensure Examination, making UPD the only university with 100 percent passing rate.
Six successful examinees also ranked among the top 10. Sylvan Dan Macabante Moldes placed second with a rating of 89.05 percent; Albert Cantos Quebrar placed third with 88.65 percent; Kevin Vincent Macaraeg Enriquez came in fifth place with 88.30 percent; Michelle Anne Suetos De Leon at sixth place with 88.25 percent; Adrian Philip Biñas Luna, seventh place with 88.20 percent; and Kia Cui Celajes 10th place, 87.90 percent.
University of Santo Tomas and Benguet State University ranked second and third in the top performing schools with 90 percent and 85.71 percent passing rate, respectively.
According to the Professional Regulation Commission, 545 out of 904 examinees made the cut or a national passing rate of 60.29 percent. The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new librarians will be announced later.