Passing Rate

Some articles on passing rate, passing:

South Texas High School For Health Professions - Awards and Recognition
... Med High's Advanced Placement (AP) exam passing rate was at 27% ... BETA had a passing rate of 15% and Sci Tech had a passing rate of 44% ...
Uenian - Academics - Colleges
... Has 96.03% passing rate as of Augost 2011 Licensure Exam UERMMMC College of Nursing has level III and accredited by the Commission on Higher Education as Center ... Has 98.13% passing rate as of January 2011 Licensure Exam ... Has 100% passing rate as of January 2011 licensure exam College of Allied Rehabilitation Sciences ...
Chinese General Hospital College Of Nursing And Liberal Arts - Rankings
... Ranked 4th among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines achieving 96% overall passing rate in the June 2007 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (100 and more examinees) Ranked 2nd among the ...
Centro Escolar University - Schools, Colleges and Academic Programs - College of Nursing
... centers and 7 communities and the highest board passing rate of 95% The College of Nursing was able to achieve the highest rating of 98.29% National Board Passing ... December 2002 Board Examination, the College of Nursing achieved 93% passing rate that elevated it as one of the top performing schools in the Nursing Board Examination in 2006 -2008 ...

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    As a novelist, I cannot occupy myself with “characters,” or at any rate central ones, who lack panache, in one or another sense, who would be incapable of a major action or a major passion, or who have not a touch of the ambiguity, the ultimate unaccountability, the enlarging mistiness of persons “in history.” History, as more austerely I now know it, is not romantic. But I am.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)

    He had the oaks for heating and for light.
    He had a hen, he had a pig in sight.
    He had a well, he had the rain to catch.
    He had a ten-by-twenty garden patch.
    Nor did he lack for common entertainment.
    That I assume was what our passing train meant.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)