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September 2009 Bar Exam Results and Top Notchers List Released


Written under: Human Interest, Philippines

The September 2009 Philippine Bar Exam Results 2010 has been released Friday evening, March 26, 2010 and we have the full list of bar exam passers and top notchers below.

Reinier Paul Yebra of San Beda Law School placed first with 84.80%; Charlene Mae C. Tapic, also of San Beda, is second with 84.60%. John Paul Lim of the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) placed third with 84.50 percent.

phil bar exam results 2010 September 2009 Bar Exam Results and Top Notchers List Released

Top 4 to Top 10
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. Bainto, Naealla Rose M. & Go, Sheila Abigail O. – both Ateneo de Manila University, 83.10%

For a full list of the official September 2009 Philippine Bar Exam passers, go here.

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4 Responses

  1. a lawyer says:

    thanks for the update. however, the bar exams is not under the PRC [per logo that appears in this post] it’s directly under the supreme court. hence, i suggest you please change the logo of prc to supreme court. good day!

  2. admin says:

    Thanks for pointing that out. The logo has now been changed.

  3. jofer ventura says:

    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BEDANS TOP NOTCHERS! ANIMO SAN BEDA…..

  4. fairy says:

    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 EXAMINEr. 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 because they have failed bar examinees too.

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