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Top Performing Schools in the February 2012 Physical Therapist Licensure Examination



The table below shows the list of top performing schools in the February 2012 Physical Therapist Licensure Examination in the Philippines.

The rankings were determined using the total number of examinees and the percentage of students who successfully passed the exam; however, please note that this list only includes schools with 25 examinees and above.

25 Examinees and Above
SchoolTotal Number of ExamineesTotal Number of PassersPassing Percentage
1. Emilio Aguinaldo College - Manila341750.00
2. De La Salle University Health Sciences Institute482347.92
3. Saint Jude College - Manila311135.48
4. Our Lady of Fatima University - Valenzuela602135.00

For the complete and more detailed list of the licensure exam results, please see the Performance of Schools in the February 2012 Physical Therapist Licensure Examination at the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) website.


The table below shows the list of top performing schools in the February 2012 Physical Therapist Licensure Examination in the Philippines. The rankings were determined using the total number of examinees and the percentage of students who successfully passed the exam; however, please note that this list only includes schools with 25 examinees and above. For the complete and more detailed list of the licensure exam results, please see the Performance of Schools in the February 2012 Physical Therapist Licensure Examination at the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) website.


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