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Top 11 Accounting Schools in the Philippines

 

The Professional Regulations Commission’s (PRC) website is the main source of data used for the table above.  In the last three years (2008-2010), an average of 360 schools participates in every licensure exam for accountants with only 40% passing percentage or 2,479 out of 6,149 examinees.

As it is with other fields, PRC presents its top schools for Accountancy in varying categories.  The usual though are as follows as “with 10-25 examinees, with 26-50, with 51-99 and with 100 or more examinees.”  To eliminate these categories and come up with an over-all top 10 in consideration of the PRC ranking, then, the limit used for the table above is simply “with 50 or more examinees” with exception though.  50 was used as limit because there a lot of schools with more than 50 representatives.  The exception to this though is that once a school has entered the top 10 in whichever exam date, the limit is waived and the school is still considered in the ranking.  An example is UP-Diliman with no representative for the May 2009 exam yet still making it in the top 10 accounting schools in the Philippines.

 

 

SCHOOLS

PASSING PERCENTAGES  

PASSING AVERAGE

2008 2009 2010
OCTOBER MAY OCTOBER MAY OCTOBER
 

DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY- MANILA

 

 

75

 

78

 

85

 

98

 

100

 

87.20

 

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-
DILIMAN

 

 

100

 

0

 

97

 

100

 

 

98.82

 

79.16

 

UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS

 

 

78

 

59

 

88

 

77

 

92.23

 

78.85

 

BICOL UNIVERSITY – LEGAZPI

 

 

59

 

70

 

75

 

53

 

81.82

 

 

67.76

 

SAN BEDA COLLEGE

 

 

63

 

48

 

70

 

77

 

76.27

 

66.85

 

MINDANAO
STATE UNIVERSITY- ILIGAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

 

 

 

54

 

 

43

 

 

67

 

 

64

 

 

81.48

 

 

61.90

 

HOLY ANGELUNIVERSITY

 

 

55

 

56

 

62

 

61

 

66.37

 

60.07

 

ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY

 

 

64

 

45

 

68

 

54

 

68.60

 

59.92

 

UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS

 

 

46

 

45

 

58

 

62

 

65.05

 

55.21

 

FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY- MANILA

 

 

54

 

36

 

67

 

42

 

75.95

 

54.99

 

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THEPHILIPPINES (MAIN- STA. MESA)

 

 

52

 

25

 

56

 

45

 

67.50

 

49.10

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  1. If no UP Diliman graduate took the May 2009 Accounting Board exam, the computation should be like this: 100+ 97+100+98.82 = 395.82…. 395.82/4 x 100= 98.955 % (AVERAGE PASSING RATE)

    98.955 % (AVERAGE PASSING RATE)

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  3. why did you include the “0″ of UP in the computation of the average? you have said that they don’t have representative in that period, hence, it should not be included in the computation.

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