(September 2009) Philippines Bar Exam results – March 2010

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UPDATE March 17, 2011: CLICK HERE (March 2011) Philippine Bar Exam results of September 2010

A total of 1,451 out of 5,903 passed the Bar exams.

The top 10 are:

1. Yebra, Reinier Paul R. (San Beda College) – 84.80%
2. Tapic, Charlene Mae C. (San Beda College) – 84.60%
3. Lim, John Paul T. (Ateneo de Manila University) – 84.50%
4. Lagos, Caroline P. (University of the Philippines) – 84.40%
5. Tan, Eric David C. (Ateneo de Manila University) – 84.05%
6. Gonzalez, Yves-Randolph P. (Ateneo de Manila University) – 83.90%
7. To, Joan Mae S. (Ateneo de Manila University) – 83.65%
8. Bagro III, Herminio C. (University of the Philippines) – 83.40%
9. Lumauig, Timothy Joseph N. (Ateneo de Manila University) – 83.20%
10. (Tie) Bainto, Naealla Rose M. (ADMU) & Go, Sheila Abigail O. (ADMU) – 83.10%

Complete list of Successful Examinees of 2009 Bar Examinations

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Update March 26, 2010 3:04 pm PHT –

A total of 1,451 out of 5,903 examinees from 108 law schools nationwide passed the 2009 Bar examinations. The passing rate is 24.58%, higher than last year’s 20.58%.

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The Supreme Court will release the complete list of passers TODAY, Friday, March 26

Justices of the Supreme Court will hold a special en banc session Friday morning where Associate Justice Eduardo Nachura, chairperson of the 2009 Committee on Bar Examination, will present exam results to the magistrates, who will set the passing percentage. – PDI

Update March 19, 2010 – It was reported that the Supreme Court will release the official list of passers on Friday, March 19, 2010 but the day passed and nothing was announced.

Update March 17, 2010 — The results of the September 2009 Philippine Bar Exam will be posted here. It was reported that the Supreme Court will release the official list of passers on Friday, March 19, 2010.

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43 thoughts on “(September 2009) Philippines Bar Exam results – March 2010

  1. benida factor

    mabuti naman kung sa wakas, irelease na ung result ng 2009 Philippine Bar Exam.
    sana maganda ang result

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  2. Khristine

    Any news on the bar exam results? It’s 6:30am in the Philippines and I am wondering if there is any news.

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  3. van

    pls? nsa listahan sana asawa ko sa pumasa sa bar exam sep.2009…..e palabas na sana ang result bago mag april para tutok na tayo sa election T.Y.

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  4. lomwell labrador

    Not today (Friday 19), believe me the bar exam result will be released next week. it could be on friday ( 26). My informant further said, since the justices are presently under fire over the issue involving the chief justice, the result might be affected as they would be very strick/unconsiderate.

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  5. LOLAnaAKO

    PASADO lahat EXAMINEES…as a farewell gift daw para kang OUTGOING CHIEFJUSTICE PUNO..so PUNO-IN LAHAT NANG BAGONG ABOGADO!

    ^_^

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  6. Congratulations!!! Top 5 Bar Passers..

    1.) benida factor – 89.50
    2.) Myrna Nob – 87.40
    3.) Khristine Englisera – 85.00
    4.) Raffy Laguesma Raffy Laguesma – 83.00
    5.) stella tolibas seares – 82.50

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  7. gie

    nasa gma news cia today 80% flunk.bka bukas labas na list.yeheyy tatlo inaabangan ko.brither ko at pamangkin at isang friend.congrta’s sa lahat ng nakapasa

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  8. Joah Tiengo

    may i know if Richard D. Lago is in the list of the September 2009 Phil. Bar results? thank you so much!

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  9. fairy

    Check the Philippine daily inquirer:
    the bar examiner QUIMBO offers his INSULTING advice: “When i read some answers , i was like ‘what did he say?’. Many of those who got a grade below 50 DID NOT KNOW HOW TO WRITE AND SPEAK IN ENGLISH. THEY HAD NO SENSE. The reasons why a high number of examinees are disqualified vary. The MOST COMMON, I THINK, would be the inability of the examinee to express himself in English. Because the law is written in English and because the advocacy needs to be in English language, the examinees must be able to answer questions in English”
    commenT: SPEAK IN ENGLISH??? WHAT DID YOU SAY MAN??? CHECK YOUR ENGLISH! YOU DO NOT DESERVE TO BE A BAR EXAMINER. BAR CANDIDATES ARE NOT SPEAKING IN THE BAR EXAMS, THEY ARE WRITING. MANY LAWYERS ARE MORE COMPETENT THAN YOU. YOU JUST HAD THE CONNECTIONS THAT IS WHY YOU WERE CHOSEN TO BE THE BAR EXAMINEE. Now, YOU WILL FACE DISGUST FROM THE FAMILY OF THOSE WHO YOU DID FAIL. IT IS GREAT INSULT also TO THE LAW SCHOOLS including ateneo, UP, san beda, etc. that they produced graduates without sense and who are imbeciles in English.

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