Results of 2011 Bar Examinations

February 29, 2012

The Supreme Court has released the results of the 2011 Bar Examinations held last November. A total of 1,913 examinees out of 5,990 hopefuls passed the bar for a passing average of 31.95%, one of the highest ever in the history of the bar exams. The topnotcher is Raoul Angelo Atadero of Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) with a score of 85.53%. The rest of the top 10 are:

1. Raoul Angelo D. Atadero (ADMU)
2. Luz Danielle O. Bolong (ADMU)
3. Cherry Liez O. Rafal-Roble (Arellano University)
4. Rosemil R. Bañaga (Notre Dame University)
5. Christian Louie C. Gonzales (UST)
6. Ivan M. Bandal (Siliman University)
7. Eireene Xina M. Acosta (San Beda)
8. Irene Marie P. Qua (ADMU)
9. Elaine Marie G. Laceda (FEU-DLSU)
10. Rodolfo Q. Aquino (San Beda)

Surprisingly, no one from the University of the Philippines made the top 10. The 2011 bar exams, for the first time, contained multiple choice questions aside from the usual essay type. Congratulations to all new lawyers! For a full list of successful examinees, please click here. Oath-taking will be on March 21, 2012.

2 Responses to “Results of 2011 Bar Examinations”

  1. Can you post the rankings of law schools as to passing rate? That’d also be great to know.. Also, I read somewhere that the bar questions from 2011 will not be made public.. can anyone confirm?? thank!

  2. Congratulations to our new lawyers!

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