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COMPLETE LIST OF 2013 BAR EXAM PASSERS


COMPLETE LIST OF 2013 BAR EXAM PASSERS
The Supreme Court announced today, March 18, 2014, that 1,174 out of the 5,293 examinees passed the October 2013 Bar exams. This figure translates to a passing rate of 22.18%, relatively higher compared to previous years’ passing rates. 

Here is the complete list of examinees who passed the 2013 Bar Exams held last October 2013: 

You can click on the particular letter below  (beginning letter of surname) for easy browsing -

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   Y   Z


2013 BAR EXAMS TOP 10


2013 BAR EXAMS TOP 10
Leading the pack is Nielson G. Pangan from the University of the Philippines (UP). UP once again tops the 2013 Bar Examinations with a grade of 85.8%.
UP got 5 out of the Top 10 slots of successful examinees. It is the first time since 2005 that UP topped the bar.
A total of 1,174 aspiring lawyers passed the exams, comprising 22.18% of the examinees.
The Top 10 passers are as follows:
1. Nielson Pangan – University of the Philippines 85.8%
2. Mark Xavier D. Oyales – UP 85.45%
Dianna Louise R. Wilwayco – Ateneo de Manila 85.45%
3. Rudy Ortea – University of Batangas 84.2%
4. Eden Catherine Mopia – University of the Philippines 84.05%
5. Tercel Maria Mercado-Gephart – University of San Carlos 83.9%
6. Manuel Sarausad – University of Cebu 83.8%
7. Katrine Suyat – San Beda College Manila 83.75%
8. Michael Tiu Jr – University of the Philippines 83.70%
9. Marjorie Ivory Fulgueras – Ateneo de Manila 83.65%
10. Cyril Arnesto – University of the Philippines 83.60%
The passers will take their oath on April 28, 2014 at the Philippine International Convention Center.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 18, announced the results before members of the media.
SC Associate Justice Arturo Brion, Chairperson of the 2013 Bar Examinations, announced the top 10 passers. Brion himself topped the bar examinations in 1974 with a grade of 91.65%.


COMPLETE LIST OF PHILIPPINE BAR EXAMS PASSERS OCTOBER 2013


COMPLETE LIST OF PHILIPPINE BAR EXAMS PASSERS OCTOBER 2013 

Greetings of peace!


Hi, everyone! I terribly miss blogging! Today is a special day because the Supreme Court of the Philippines is set to announce the top ten and the complete list of passers of the October 2013 Philippine Bar Exams ( it will soon be posted here as soon as the Supreme Court of the Philippines announces the results.) 

The passing grade was said to be 75%, with each subject area given the following weights to determine the examinee’s average:

Political and International Law – 15%
Labor and Social Legislation – 10 percent%
Civil Law – 15 percent%
Taxation – 10%
Mercantile Law – 15%
Criminal Law – 10%
Remedial Law – 20%
Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises – 5%

The exam schedule was:

October 6:
8 a.m. – 12 noon – Political Law
2 p.m. – 6 p.m. – Labor Law

October 13:
8 a.m. – 12 noon – Civil Law
2 p.m. – 6 p.m. – Taxation

October 20:
8 a.m. – 12 noon – Commercial Law
2 p.m. – 6 p.m. – Criminal Law

October 27:
8 a.m. – 12 noon – Remedial Law
2 p.m. – 6 p.m – Legal Ethics

The exam was mainly essay type (80%) and multiple choice questions (20%).

To view the results of the 2012 bar exam announced in March 2013, click here.

The previous years’ bar exam passing rates are as follows:

2012 — 17.76% ( 949 passers out of 5,343 examinees)
2011 – 31.94% (1,913 out of 5,990)
2010 – 20.26% (   982 out of 4,847)
2009 – 24.58% (1,451 out of 5,903)
2008 – 20.58% (1,310 out of 6,364)
2007 – 22.91% (1,289 out of 5,626)
2006 – 30.60% (1,893 out of 6,187)
2005 – 27.22% (1,526 out of 5,607)
2004 – 31.61% (1,659 out of 5,249)
2003 – 20.71% (1,108 out of 5,349)
2002 – 19.68% (    917 out of 4,659)
2001 – 32.89% (1,266 out of 3,849)
2000 - 20.84% (     979 out of 6,187)


Fast Facts:
  • A total of 5,593 Law graduates took the annual Bar exams at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) administered by the Supreme Court during the four Sundays of October 2013 (6, 13, 20 and 27).
  • The Supreme Court (SC) fondly said that two pregnant woman Bar examinees and a 77 year-old man were not hindered by their conditions to take the exam. 
  • Meanwhile, SC said 300 examinees have decided to refuse and backed out to take the final test on October 27.
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