For the 31st time, UC Passing rate is # 1

November 25, 2012

For the 31st consecutive exam and counting, the University of the Cordilleras College of Criminal Justice Education continued its astonishing streak of posting the highest passing rates in the country at the Criminology Licensure Examinations. Bannered by third and tenth place finishers Eric Sawati Catte (90.5), Armando Cotillon Mariano, Jr. (89.00) respectively, the esteemed 66-year-old university saw 63 Passers out of 63 Examinees in the licensure exam conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission for an 100% passing rate.

Sustaining consistent passing rates, UC remained undisputed as the top Criminal Justice Education school in the country. Producing top quality graduates, the UC College of Criminal Justice Education has produced another batch of board topnotchers and the best institution to pass the Professional Regulation Commission's minimum passing rate.

RankNameRate
3rd Place Eric Sawati Catte 90.5%
10th Place Armando Cotillon Mariano, Jr.89.00%

A total of sixty-three (63) examinees from the University of the Cordilleras College of Criminal Justice Education passed the October Criminologist Licensure Examination. PRC released the 'Top Performing School' in the Nation as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010. Credit that to the UC Dean of the College of Criminal Justice Education, Dr. Benjamin G. Mang-usan, and his excellent faculty, who have always been hands on in offering the best in instruction and applications for UC Criminology students, thus being awarded 'Center of Excellence' by CHED. The top performing schools are as follows:

RankSchoolPercentage PassedTotal No. PassedTotal No. of Examinees
1University of the Cordilleras100%6363
2Universidad de Manila90.36%7583

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