The long wait for the 2022 Bar Examinations results is finally over.
A total of 3,992 out of 9,183 examinees, or 43.4 percent, passed the Bar Examinations, Supreme Court announce on Friday afternoon.
Instead of the usual practice of releasing the top 10 examinees, the high court named the 30 Bar passers who garnered the highest total averages. Czar Mathew Gerard Torres Dayday of the University of the Philippines in Diliman topped the rigorous test with a score of 88.80 percent.
This year’s chairman, Associate Justice Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa, reported that the University of the Philippines produced 5 of the top 30 passers, with a total of 13 in the top 30. Examinees from the University of San Carlos Cebu, San Beda-Alabang, and the Ateneo de Manila University completed the top 10.
Caguioa said that the passing rate of 43.47 percent in 2022 is slightly higher than the previous year’s 39.62 percent.
The second digitalized examination was conducted at 14 testing centers on November 9, 13, 16, and 20 last year, marking another milestone in the digitalization of the Bar Examinations in the country.
Caguioa said that the oath-taking and roll signing of successful examinees will be held on May 2, 2023.
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