Irene Mae Alcobilla of San Beda College Tops the 2014 Bar Exam

| March 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Irene Mae Alcobilla of San Beda College topped the said exam with a rating of 85.5%, outdid the 5,984 examinees of the 2014 Bar Examinations. According to San Beda’s prefect of Student Affairs Department, Atty. Risel Castillo Taleon, Alcobilla had consistently been included in the top 10 students of the College of Law.

Kanila naman talagang talent ‘yun [that led them to top and pass the exam],” Taleon said, “If there are some things that San Beda contributed to the success of Alcobilla and the other passers, it is the value of prayer and hardwork“.

The day before the bar examination results came out, Irene Mae Alcobilla posted on her Facebook account a photo posted by Bo Sanhez accompanied by the caption “I declare that tomorrow my dream will come true in Jesus name. Amen“. Social media users and her Facebook friends have already liked the said post and expressed their message of congratulations to Alcobilla.

2014 Bar Exam Results

San Beda’s Irene Mae Alcobilla was named as topnotcher with an 85.5-percent rating.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court (SC) of the Philippines released the list of successful examinees in the 2014 Bar Examinations. Christian Drilon of Ateneo de Manila University secured the second rank while Sandra Mae Magalang of the University of the Philippines landed third.

The SC Public Information Office announced that the 2014 Bar passers will have their oath taking on April 24 at 3 p.m. See below the top ten placers:

1st place
Irene Mae Alcobilla – San Beda College – 85.50%

2nd place
Christian Drilon – Ateneo de Manila University – 85.45%

3rd place
Sandra Mae Magalang – University of the Philippines – 84.60%

4th place
Mark Leo Bejemino – University of the Philippines – 84.55%
Gil Garcia II – Ateneo de Davao University – 84.55%
Reginald Laco – De La Salle University Lipa – 84.55%

5th place
Michelle Liao – University of Cebu – 84.50%

6th place
Jose Angelo David – San Beda College – 84.45%

7th place
Adrian Augmentado – San Beda College – 84.35%

8th place
Rhey David Daway – University of the Philippines – 84.20%
Fideliz Cardellie Diaz – Far Eastern University-DLSU (Juris Doctor MBA) – 84.20%

9th place
Jamie Liz Yu – University of the Philippines – 84.00%

10th place
Tristan Matthew Delgado – Ateneo de Manila University – 83.95%

The Supreme Court lowered the passing grade to 73 percent this year, allowing 1,126 or 18.82 percent of all 5,984 exam takers to pass.

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