AdU plummets in RME exams; lone top 10 passer caps 4th place

Date Posted: May 15, 2019 at 02:35 PM


The University passing rate showed a significant drop in the latest Registered Master Electricians after posting a 76.92 percent passing rate, or 10 passers out of 13 examinees.

This is a far cry from September 2018’s 95.12 percent, or 39 out of 41 examinees, and April 2018’s 95.24 with only one out of 21 failing to pass the boards.

Only one Adamsonian landed in the Top 10, from last year where the university capped the 7th, 8th and 9th spots.

Jim Cheng Amon, the lone Adamsonian in the board’s top 10, landed fourth after tallying a 91.5 percent rating, a few points behind De La Salle University – Lipa’s Kenneth Bolima and Aldwin Mercado who both garnered 94 percent.

This batch’s national passing rate rose to 56.14 percent, or 2,093 out of 3,728 examinees, from the 52.12 percent mark, or 1,315 passers out of 2,523 examinees.

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