Supreme court released Top 10 Bar Exams 2016 topnotcher earlier today and not a single university in U-Belt was found

Supreme court released Top 10 Bar Exams 2016 topnotcher, UP nowhere to be found – In a shocking twist of events as the Supreme court of the Philippines released their Top 10 Bar Exams 2016 topnotchers netizens are wondering where are the “prestigious” U-Belt universities that we are used to see in that list every year.

 




 

What’s ironic is that on the list Ateneo de Davao University (Davao is Duterte bailwick) aspirant managed to get in the Top 5. While it’s counterparts in U-belt whose too busy prostesting against Duterte was nowhere to be found. But the biggest headline and topic of Netizens right now is the University of the Philippines, considering they are being funded by the peoples taxes we expect much more from them right?

Below is the Top 10 topnotchers of Bar Exams 2016

 

Supreme court released Top 10 Bar Exams 2016 topnotcher, UP nowhere to be found

Top 10 Bar Exams 2016 topnotcher with University

 




 

Here is the Top 10 list:

  1. Karen Mae L. Calam, – University of San Carlos, 89.0500%
  2. Alanna Gayle Ashley Khio, – Silliman University, 88.9500?
  3. Fiona Cristy D. Lao, – University of San Carlos and Athalia B. Liong, – Andres Bonifacio College, 88.8000?
  4. Allana Mae A. Babayen-On, – University of San Agustin, 88.7500?
  5. Justin Ryan D. Morilla, – Ateneo de Davao University, 88.4000%
  6. Mark Dave M. Camarao, – Northwestern University, 88.1000%
  7. Anne Margaret E. Momongan, – University of San Carlos, 87.8000%
  8. Jefferson L. Gomez, – University of San Carlos, 87.7000%
  9. Nia Rachelle M. Gonzales, – University of Batangas and Marie Chielo H. Ybio, – Silliman University, 87.5000%
  10. Andrew Stephen D. Liu, – Silliman University, 87.4500%

 

Updates and latest news about the Philippine Bar Exams 2016 results.

 

As what you have read above all topnotchers came from provincial law schools, beating out law graduates from usual top performing Metro Manila-based schools. More than half of the 6,344 law graduates who took the 2016 Bar exams hurdled the licensure test, the highest in recent years, according to Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco on Wednesday. A total of 3,747 out of the 6,344 examinees passed the test or a passing rate of 59.06 percent.

And did you know that the 2016 passing rate broke the 16-year-old record set in 1998 for the highest passing rate (75 and above) and Since 1982, the passing average has been fixed at 75%. The highest recorded passing rate was 75.17% in 1954, though the passing rate around that period was considerably lower. Salute to these guys for their hard work!

 




 

University of the Philippines nowhere to be found in Supreme court released Top 10 Bar Exams 2016 topnotcher get bashed by netizens

 

In my opinion you can’t blame the people to get mad considering that UP is being funded by our hard earned Tax. How can we expect a good service from the judicial system if the University that our Taxes is funding can’t even produce a Top 10 topnotcher?

 

A comment section in Facebook where Netizens are being bashed for not producing a Top 10 Bar Exams topnotcher

A comment section in Facebook where Netizens are being bashed for not producing a Top 10 Bar Exams topnotcher

 

Are we being too hard? NO! They all said the the passing rate is record breaking and it’s possible that the exam is somehow a bit easy so considering that UP has done it every year what’s the difference of this year’s Bar Exam? Answer that question my dear readers.

 

Full list of Philippine Bar Exams 2016 Passers

Philippine Bar Exams 2016 list of Passers



 

Congratulations!

 

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