UP College of Law, namayagpag sa 2013 Bar Exams

admin   •   March 19, 2014   •   16478

TOP 10 of 2013 Bar Exams
(Supreme Court of the Philippines)

MANILA, Philippines – Inilabas na ng Korte Suprema nitong Martes ang resulta ng 2013 Bar Examinations.

174 examinees ang pasado sa 2013 Bar Exams na idinaos sa University of Santo Tomas nitong nakaraang Oktubre. Katumbas ito ng 22% ng kabuoang bilang ng examinees na kumuha ng pagsusulit.

Topnotch ang UP College of Law graduate na si Nielson Pangan na nakakuha ng 85.8% rating. Pasok din sa Top 10 ang apat pang graduate ng UP at dalawa mula sa Ateneo.

Ayon kay Associate Justice Arturo Brion na chairman ng Bar Exams Committee, binabaan ng Korte Suprema ang passing rate na 75 at ginawang 73 lamang. Kung hindi aniya binabaan ang passing rate ay 694 lamang ang pasado.

Ayon pa sa mahistrado, discretion ng Korte Suprema na i-adjust ang passing rate ng bar exams.

“We have a long, long discussion about this and the Court finally decided that he grade should be lowered to 73% in light of various factors that the Court considered.”

Sinabi pa ni Brion na nahirapan ang mga examinee sa multiple choice questions o MCQs. Bagama’t sa pagsusulit nitong nakalipas na taon, 20% na lamang ang MCQs at 80% naman ang essay questions.

“Many of our candidates have problems with the MCQ type of questions but generally, they did very well with the essay questions,” saad pa nito.

Pag-aaralan naman ng korte kung pananatilihin o aalisin na ang multiple choice questions sa susunod na bar exams.

Pahayag ni Brion, “MCQs with analytical content, this has been the problem. We have to grapple, in the future, even in the coming 2014 exams, with what to do with MCQs.

Itinakda ang oath-taking ng mga bagong abogado sa Abril 28 sa PICC sa Pasay City. (Roderic Mendoza / Ruth Navales, UNTV News)

Next Bar exams will be held in November 2021, Supreme Court says

Robie de Guzman   •   September 8, 2020

MANILA, Philippines – The next Bar examinations will be scheduled in November 2021, the Supreme Court announced Tuesday.

In a bulletin posted on its Twitter account, Bar Examinations chairperson, Associate Justice Marvic Leonen said the examination periods and venues for the next licensure test for aspiring lawyers will be announced in a separate bulletin.

It can be recalled that the high court postponed this year’s Bar exams “due to increasing number of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the prevailing quarantine protocols all over nation, and the continuing uncertainty.”

Before the coronavirus pandemic, the SC traditionally holds the Bar examinations in November of every year and announces the results either in April or May the following year.

SC releases list of 2018 Bar Exam passers

Aileen Cerrudo   •   May 3, 2019

The Supreme Court (SC) already posted online the full list of bar passers on their website on Friday (May 3).

Sources confirmed that the passing rate for Bar Examinations 2018 is 22.07%, or 1,800 of the 8,155 examinees.

This is slightly lower compared to the 25.55% who passed the Bar exams in 2017. In 2016, the passing rate was 59.06%.

The number of candidates who took the exam is the highest compared to the previous years. There are a total of 8,155 candidates took the Bar exams last November 2018.

Below are the topnotchers for the Bar Examinations 2018

TOP 10 PASSERS: NOVEMBER 2018 BAR EXAM TOPNOTCHERS

RANKNAMESCHOOLRATING %
1Borja, Sean James B.Ateneo de Manila University89.3060%
2Natu-El, Marcley Augustus D.University of San Carlos87.5300%
3Badayos, Mark Lawrence C.University of San Carlos85.8420%
4Fordan, Daniel John A.Ateneo de Manila University85.4430%
5Gaw, Katrina Monica C.Ateneo de Manila University85.4210%
6Tongco, Nadaine P.University of the Philippines85.0320%
7Sevilla, Patricia O.University of the Philippines84.8590%
8Ting, Kathrine T.De La Salle University – Manila84.8570%
9Cane, Jebb Lynus Q.University of San Carlos84.8050%
10Pita, Alen Joel R.University of San Carlos84.6930%

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Board also posted the list of the Bar exam passers on their website.

2018 Bar exam results out on May 3 — Supreme Court

Robie de Guzman   •   May 1, 2019

File photo: Bar examiners search for their names on the list of Bar passers

MANILA, Philippines – The results of the 2018 Bar examination will be released on May 3, the Supreme Court (SC) Public Information Office announced on Wednesday (May 1).

In an advisory, the SC PIO said the magistrates will hold a special En Banc session to deliberate on the exam results.

“The results of the 2018 Bar Examinations will be released on May 3, 2019, Friday, after approval by the Supreme Court En Banc in a special session,” the SC’s Information Office said.

SC Associate Justice Mariano del Castillo, chairperson of the 2018 Bar Exams Committee, will announce the results at the SC front yard in Padre Faura Street in Manila.

“The list of successful examinees will then be posted and may be viewed at the SC website http://sc.judiciary.gov.ph/, the official website of the Supreme Court of the Philippines, and its designated mirror sites,” the SC PIO added.

The list of successful Bar examinees will also be shown in an LED wall.

The 2018 Bar exams were held at the University of Santo Tomas last November.

A total of 8,155 law graduates took the 2018 Bar exams, the highest so far in the history of the Bar exams.

The 2018 Bar examination is the 117th held in the Philippines. — Robie de Guzman (with details from Mai Bermudez)

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