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Record pass rates equalled

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PASS RATES for the ICE's spring 2002 member professional review have matched the record level of autumn 2001, with 84% of candidates successful.

Just under 250 of the 290 applicants were successful, with the total number of applicants up on spring 2001.

The ICE is particularly pleased that the results have confirmed a rising trend in the number of graduates sitting - and passing - the review early in their careers.

In this session, 19% of successful applicants were 27 or under, almost matching the 20% in autumn 2001 and significantly up on the 13% in autumn 2000.

Also encouraging is the increased demand at Technician professional review. Nine successes at this level compares with none a year ago.

The Institution of Civil Engineers is pleased to announce that the following candidates have passed their Professional Review at the spring 2002 session.

The next certificate presentation ceremony will be held on 23 September, when all candidates are invited to receive their certificate from the president, Mark Whitby.

Two asterisks (**) indicates the winner of the Renee Redfern Hunt Memorial Prize. One asterisk (*) denotes those candidates who were commended on the standard of their written assignment.

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