Bar Exam Results 2012 (for November 2011): Ateneo grad topnotcher among 1,913 passers


The results for the Philippine Bar Exam held last November 6, 13, 20 and 27 at the University of Sto. Tomas (UST) have been released today, February 29, 2012, by the Supreme Court of the Philippines.

About 6 thousand (5,990) law graduates took the Philippine Bar Exam last November 2011, and 1,913 of them passed or equivalent to 31.94%.

If the 2010 Bar Exam resulted to a lowest passing percentage ever in the last 8 years, the 2011 Bar Exam meanwhile was the exact opposite, resulting to a highest passing percentage ever in the last 8 years and even in the last 10 years.

View: NOVEMBER 2011 BAR EXAM LIST OF PASSERS

And just like in the last bar exam results, Ateneo de Manila University's School of Law rules again as two of its graduates took the #1 and #2 spots again on the latest list of Bar Exam Topnotchers or Top 10 passers.

Raoul Angelo Atadero 2011 Bar Exam Topnotcher

Angelo Atadero photo

Raoul Angelo Atadero (photo) from Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) was the #1 Topnotcher in the November 2011 Bar Exam with a score of 85.54%, which unfortunately, is one of the lowest scores in Bar Exam history in the Philippines. His score now ranks him 96th out of 99 bar exam topnotchers from 1913 to 2011.

Atadero was Ateneo Law School's Valedictorian when he graduated last year.

The 2nd Placer was Luz Bolong, another one from ADMU, while Cherry Rafal-Roble from Arellano University (AU) was 3rd Placer. In last year's results released March 2011, the 3rd Placer was also coming from AU.

NOVEMBER 2011 BAR EXAM TOPNOTCHERS:
1. Raoul Angelo Atadero (Ateneo de Manila University) 85.5363%
2. Luz Danielle Bolong (Ateneo de Manila University) 84.5563%
3. Cherry Liez Rafal-Roble (Arellano University) 84.4550%
4. Rosemil Bañaga (Notre Dame University) 84.1226%
5. Christian Louie Gonzales (University of Santo Tomas) 84.0938%
6. Ivan Bandal (Siliman University) 84.0901%
7. Eireene Xina Acosta (San Beda College) 84.0663%
8. Irene Marie Qua (Ateneo de Manila University) 84.0575%
9. Elaine Marie Laceda [Far Eastern University-DLSU] 84.0401%
10. Rodolfo Aquino (San Beda College) 83.7276%


Congratulations to all!


Photos courtesy of Angelo Atadeo FB and Rappler


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