FULL RESULTS: September 2017 LET teachers board exam passers list, top 10



MANILA, Philippines — (Updated November 23) The September 2017 Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) or teachers board exam results including the official list of passers, topnotchers (top 10), top performing schools and performance of schools for Elementary and Secondary levels are expected to be released online this Monday-Tuesday, November 27-28, 2017 or in 39-40 working days after the exam.

FULL RESULTS: September 2017 LET teachers board exam passers list, top 10

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) conducted the second LET board exam this year on Sunday, September 24, 2017 in at least 27 testing centers in the country and in Hong Kong and Bangkok (Special Professional Licensure Examination or SPLE).

Testing centers include Baguio, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro (CDO), Catarman (Northern Samar), Cebu, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Laoag, Legaspi, Lucena, Manila, Rosales (Pangasinan), Tacloban, Tuguegarao, Pagadian and Zamboanga.

Meanwhile, PRC designated additional test centers per requests of local government units and recommendation of the Board in accordance with Resolution No. 2017-1047 — Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro; Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro; Odiongan, Romblon; Kidapawan Cotabato, Boac, Marinduque; Virac, Catanduanes; Puerto Princesa City, Palawaan and Masbate City.

The members of the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) who gave the licensure examination are Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, Chairman; Dr. Paz I. Lucido, Vice Chairman; Dr. Paraluman R. Giron and Dr. Nora M. Uy, Members.

TEACHERS BOARD EXAM LET SUMMARY OF RESULTS (check back for the activation of links)


Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. — ELEMENTARY and SECONDARY — All Regions
Held on SEPTEMBER 24, 2017
Released on NOVEMBER 27-28, 2017

Updating for the official list of passers...check back for results.

REGISTRATION AND OATHTAKING

Once results are out, PRC shall advise the schedule for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration for Elementary and Secondar level exams.

The requirements for the issuance of Certificate of Registration and Professional Identification Card (ID) are the following:

  • Notice of Admission (NOA)
  • duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
  • two pieces passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete nametag)
  • two sets of documentary stamps

PRC said that successful examinees should PERSONALLY register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The dates and venues for the oathtaking ceremonies of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER, the Commission added.

VERIFICATION OF RATINGS

LET board exam's verification of ratings (passers, non-passers and removal) can be done online.

Visit PRC's "Verification of Rating" service and enter the required information to verify your identity. Note that this will be available in few working days after the release of results.

NOTE: If you have 'Jr" name suffix, please add it after your FIRST NAME (i.e Eduardo Jr ) to avoid 'no matching record found' error.

COVERAGE OF EXAMINATION

The September 2017 LET covered two (2) parts for Elementary - General Education (40%) and Professional Education (60%) and three (3) parts for Secondary - General Education (20%), Professional Education (40%) and Specialization (40%).

The test covered the major areas of General Education (English, Filipino, Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences), Professional Education (teaching profession, social dimensions of education, principles of teaching, education technology, curriculum development, facilitating learning, child and adolescent development, assessment of student learning, developmental reading, field study and practice teaching). The 10 specializations for Secondary Teacher with exam coverage depends on the chosen course: English, Filipino, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Social Studies or Social Sciences, Values Education, MAPEH, Agriculture and Fishery Arts and TLE (Technology and Livelihood Education.

In order to pass the recent LET, examinee must obtain an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating lower than 50% in any of the tests.

Note that passing the teacher licensure exam and having valid professional license from the Commission are necessary before the practice of teaching profession in the Philippines. Otherwise, those who will violate may face fine and imprisonment based on penal provisions.

RELEASE OF RESULTS

According to PRC Resolution No. 2016-1019, the target release date of September 2017 LET board exam results is on Monday, November 27 or in 39 working days after the test.

The computed total number of workdays excludes Saturdays and Sundays and two (2) holidays namely — special non-working day (Tuesday, 31 October 2017) and all Saints' Day (Wednesday, 1 November 2017).

UPDATE: Note that government work was cancelled on October 16 and 17 due to nationwide transport strike and on November 13 to 15 due to ASEAN Summit and Related Meetings in NCR and Pampanga.

PRC Board News, our partner website for PRC exam results said that the probable release date of September 2017 LET exam results is between November 20 and December 8, 2017 ( 34-46 working days).

Note that results may be released earlier or beyond the target date due to several factors such as the total number of examinees, effect of work cancellations due to calamities and unforeseen events and system of checking the pencil-based tests.

PREVIOUS EXAMINATIONS

On the September 25, 2016 LET, results were released online on November 28 or in 48 working days after the exam. PRC announced that 23,378 elementary teachers out of 77,466 examinees (30.18%) and 31,334 secondary teachers out of 92,754 examinees (33.78%) successfully passed the exams. University of Santo Tomas (UST) and University of the Philippines- Diliman (UPD) topped the schools for Elementary and Secondary exams, respectively.

For September 27, 2015 LET, PRC announced results on November 30 or in 48 working days. A total of 21,461 elementary teachers out of 68,442 examinees (31.36%) and 34,010 secondary teachers out of 81,463 examinees (41.75%) successfully hurdled the exams. UST topped both the Elementary and Secondary levels.

The same period exams in 2014 had its results released in 51 working days. 25,301 elementary teachers out of 70,786 examinees (35.74%) and 26,767 secondary teachers out of 77,803 examinees (34.40%) were registered in the teaching profession.

Here's the summary of teachers board exam (LET) in the past 4 years:

Exam Date Total Examinees Total Passers Passing Rate Days before results release
September 24, 2017 TBA TBA TBA TBA
March 26, 2017 126,499 24,082 19.04% 40
September 25, 2016 170,220 54,712 32.14% 48
March 20, 2016 95,829 30,938 32.28% 41
September 27, 2015 149,905 55,471 37.00% 48
March 29, 2015 100,740 30,007 29.79% 38
August 17, 2014 148,589 52,068 35.04% 51
January 26, 2014 80,735 23,153 28.68% 32
September 29, 2013 126,952 45,139 35.56% 40
March 10, 2013 75,550 25,533 33.80% 27

UPDATES

Same with the previous LET examinations, The Summit Express will provide reliable updates before the release of results. Takers can expect the most probable or exact date of release on this page.

November 15, 2017 Update: Reliable source and the 'ultimate reviewer' of CBRC Dr. Carl Balita on November 13 hinted that results will be released in 15 or less days. This can be translated to maximum waiting of until November 28.

November 19, 2017 Update: Results are expected to be released on November 28? "nasa mga KAMAY mo na ang Lisensya, GURO," Balita shared on Saturday.

November 23, 2017 Update: Latest riddle says: "When the digits sum is summed up to ONE, the DREAM and the DREAMER become ONE."

Monitor this page for the real-time updates on Teacher board exam results. Check out also the official website of PRC for more information.



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September 2017 LET passers registration, verification of ratings and oathtaking schedule, venue



MANILA, Philippines - The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released results of September 2017 Licensure examination for Teachers (LET) or teachers board exam on the fourth week of November. The schedule and venue of registration, oathtaking schedule as well as verification of ratings page are available on this page as announced online.

September 2017 LET passers registration, verification of ratings and oathtaking schedule, venue

PRC announces those who have passed the LET for Elementary and Secondary levels given on on Sunday, September 24, 2017 in at least 27 testing centers in the country and in Hong Kong and Bangkok (Special Professional Licensure Examination or SPLE).

View the complete results of September 2017 LET here.

REGISTRATION OF PASSERS

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be announced soon.

The requirements for the issuance of Certificate of Registration and Professional Identification Card (ID) are the following:

  • Notice of Admission;
  • duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal;
  • two pieces passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete nametag);
  • two sets of documentary stamps.

NOTE: Successful examinees should PERSONALLY register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

Please be advised that details of registration per area will be posted on this page once announced online.

OATHTAKING SCHEDULE AND VENUE

The Summit Express together with our partner website, PRC Board News will consolidate on this page all announcements from PRC regarding oathtaking schedule and venue. It will be updated here once available online.

Please check back for the schedule in few working days after the release of results.

LET EXAM VERIFICATION OF RATINGS

The PRC online verification of ratings (VoR) page for September 2017 Licensure examination for teachers (LET) shall be available online in few weeks after the release of results.

On the official website of PRC, select Verification of Rating under Other eServices section.

Once you've accessed the VoR page, here are the next steps:

Select the Exam Name (Professional Teacher) and Exam Date (September 2017). Input your application no., first name, last name and birthdate. NOTE: If you have 'Jr" name suffix, please add it after your FIRST NAME (i.e Eduardo Jr ) to avoid 'no matching record found' error.

Note: This post will be updated as soon as results are out online. Keep locked on this page for the real-time updates or visit the official website of PRC for more information.

— The Summit Express



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‘Coco’ Movie Review: Feast For The Eyes and Food For The Soul



Disney’s latest project, “Coco,” perfectly cooks up a heartwarming story made signature by Pixar in their other made movies. This time, however, the narrative is perfectly intertwined with a personal adventure of self-discovery and strong familial ties.

Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) in ‘Coco’
Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) in ‘Coco’/Pixar

*Minor Spoilers Ahead*

“Coco” cleverly ties in Mexico’s Day of the Dead holiday in an otherwise pretty straightforward hero’s journey. Not that it’s bad, in fact, it surprisingly works really well with the incorporation of music and stunning visuals.

The movie follows wanna-be musician Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez), who strives to follow the footsteps of his idol Ernesto de la Cruz (voice of Benjamin Bratt), an accomplished singer. Unfortunately, his family’s imposed generations-old ban on music hinders his dream, prompting him to sneak out his guitar sessions. His world is spun out of its axis, however, after he finds himself in the vibrant Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. There, he becomes more motivated to prove his talent with the help of his newfound friend Hector (voice of Gael Garcia Bernal).

Coco movie review 2017
‘Coco’ Promo Still/Pixar

By this time, no one really goes into a Pixar film not expecting to shed a tear or two. Over the years, the Disney subsidiary has been able to perfect the scheme of delivering heartwarming stories that caters not just to children but all demographics and “Coco” certainly follows heed with that tradition. First off, the movie is visually stunning, the graphics are majestic that you are easily immersed in the world that it is set in. While some were understandably skeptical about the incorporation of the skeletal manifestation of game players, it surprisingly handles it well that it is still kid-friendly and yet also interesting for older viewers. The backdrops are well-detailed made even better with the use of a wide spectrum of colors makes it look whimsical. Further, the film’s brilliant score and original songs add something to every scene, whether it’s an upbeat number or a an emotionally charged sequence.

We always say that no movie is perfect, but “Coco” comes very close to that idea. It has a deep story enriched with Mexico’s culture and familial beats that does not alienate anyone. It tackles dreams and the question of what are you willing to give up to achieve those goals. Normally, inspirational movies like this is pretty much one-dimensional, only hammering us with the same message of not giving up over and over again. This movie, however, provides us with a different set of lens that could actually make as revisit our own stance when it comes to how far we are willing to go for our dreams.

Despite the movie definitely having elements of mysticism and fantasy, its core story is very much rooted in reality, making it very relatable. The story is complex but not too much that kids could be lost in the narrative thread. “Coco” is peppered with heartwarming moments with Miguel and his family, not in a cheesy way, but in a way that mirrors our experiences with our own families. It puts a new spin on the idea of afterlife that teaches us that some ties are stronger than death and love transcends time and space.

Coco movie review 2017
‘Coco’ Promo Still/Pixar

The mere fact that the film is being pushed for an Academy Award nod is a good indication that it’s well worth your time and money seeing it in cinemas. But even without all that Oscar buzz, like almost everything else that Pixar comes out with, be prepared to bring a box of Kleenex as the film is full of heart, it’s difficult not to well up.

PS. If you’re a fan of “Frozen”, a short is attached to the film making “Coco” a definite must-see in theaters.

Watch full trailer of "Coco":


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Chot Reyes bares Gilas 12 for FIBA World Qualifiers



MANILA, Philippines – With just a day remaining for Gilas Pilipinas in facing Team Japan in the FIBA World Qualifier opener, Head Coach Chot Reyes has finally revealed his 12-man line-up in Tokyo Japan on Thursday morning, November 23, 2017.

Andray Blatche Gilas Pilipinas World Qualifiers 2017
Andray Blatche arrived on time to reinforce the injury-plagued Gilas Pilipinas. Photo Credit: Inquirer.net

Alongside with naturalized bigman Andray Blatche who just joined the team few days ago, mainstays: Jayson Castro William, June Mar Fajardo, Gabe Norwood, Japeth Aguilar, Calvin Abueva, Allein Maliksi, Roger Pogoy,, Matthew Wright and Troy Rosario. Newcomers Rookie Kiefer Ravena and Kevin Alas also made the final cut.

Shooter Carl Bryan Cruz, Gilas cadet Mac Belo and center Raymond Almazan didn’t make the official lineup and were assigned to the reserve list. Almazan however still nurses a sprained ankle which he sustained in a practice recently.

Asia’s Golden Boy and Scoring Champion Terrence Romeo missed the selection as the Globalport Guard is also suffering from an injury. Romeo hasn’t showed up in any practices and tune-up games since the national squad started the training camp.

Gilas Pilipinas will face FIBA ranked number 50 Team Japan tomorrow, November 24 at 6:00 p.m. (Philippine Time) to be aired live by ESPN 5.

— Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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IN PHOTOS: Rachel Peters road to Miss Universe 2017



MANILA - Philippine bet Rachel Peters had one of the loudest cheers during the the Miss Universe 2017 preliminary competition. The 26-year-old beauty debuted her “Infinity walk” that led the crowd into wild cheers.

Held at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, Peters sashayed in a beautiful and intricate Val Taguba gown for the evening gown competition.

Rachel Peters wore a stunning gold gown by Val Taguba
Rachel Peters wore a stunning gold gown by Val Taguba. Photo Credit: Instagram/pageantfanaticph

She also slayed the swimwear competition by donning a classic black two-piece wear by online store Yamamay.

Rachel Peters Wearing a classic black swimwear by Yamamay
Peters wearing a classic black swimwear by Yamamay. Photo Credit: Instagram/pageantfanaticph

For the national costume competition, Peters wowed the crowd as she wore a gold sarimanok-inspired costume by designer Val Taguba. She paired it with a fierce gold gladiator heels by Jojo Bragais.

The intricate details of Peters’ national costume
The intricate details of Peters’ national costume. Photo Credit: Instagram/Rachel Peters

Miss Universe Rachel Peters Fierce sarimanok goddess
Fierce sarimanok goddess. Photo Credit: Instagram/Rachel Peters

Peters really made her presence felt during the competition, she trended on Twitter worldwide.


The judges also had a close-door interview with all the contestants. The preliminaries will determine who will be top 15 ladies included in the semifinals.

Miss Universe Introduction

For her Miss Universe introduction, Peters talked about two things she loved the most— the Philippines and surfing.

The video uploaded on the official Miss Universe Facebook, Peters shared that she’s very lucky because “the whole Philippines is behind me.” She adds that she gets her motivation from all the Filipinos who support her, it makes her “want to get up and do good for them.”

Peters who hails from the Camarines Sur, also described surfing as “addictive” and “amazing.”


Peters’ introduction video has the most views and likes with a 865,000 views and 55,000 likes.

Crowd Favorite

Peters is truly correct in saying that the entire Philippines is behind her. To date, she leads in ALL the categories for online poll. Here’s our votes so far,

Miss Universe 2017- Rank 1 (38%)
Best in National Costume - Rank 1 (40%)
Best in Evening Gown - Rank 1 (41%)
Best in Swimsuit - Rank 1 (43%)
Miss Photogenic - Rank 1 (42%)
Miss Congeniality - Rank 1 (42%)

Vote for Rachel!

We have a few more days until online voting comes to end. Let’s win the crown and help Rachel earn a spot in the semifinals.

To vote, visit missuniverse.com/voting or tweet with the hashtags #Philippines and #MissUniverse. Voting ends on November 25 (US time).

The preliminaries will be telecast on Sunday, November 26 ( Manila time) while the coronation night is on Monday, November 27 (Manila time).

— Sally, The Summit Express



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Ateneo eliminates FEU, faces La Salle anew in UAAP finals



MANILA, Philippines – The Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) Blue Eagles lived up to its 13-1 season record and top dog status as it ended Far Eastern University (FEU) Tamaraws’ season, 88-84 on Wednesday, November 22 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Matt Nieto saved Ateneo from a near elimination vs FEU
Matt Nieto saved Ateneo from a near elimination vs FEU. Photo Credit: Inquirer.net

While the Archers wait for their opponent at the UAAP Finals for more than a week now, the Eagles and the Tamaraws’ backs were both against the wall and had no tomorrow to spare. One school will surely move on and one will definitely go home.

A 3-day off was enough for both squads to prepare and study each other’s game plan. True to this, the do-or-die game was too close to call and was defense-focused that resulted to a low-scoring, 23-21 1st quarter in favor of Ateneo.

Chibueze Ikeh, who was the missing link in the previous game, looked remorseful as he started the 2nd period with already 5 points. Tamaraw JR Parker on the other hand, didn’t want to let go of his team’s momentum and kept the score tight through his outside sniping skills.

During game 1, Ateneo seemed too tired and out gassed out even in the early phase of the game. But in this game, ADMU showed up well-prepared and determined to finish this game off and face its biggest rival; La Salle for a rematch of last season’s UAAP finals.

Tyler Tio and Aaron Black both hit three pointers before the 2nd period ended but it was ADMU’s big man, Isaac Go who finished the 1st half with a triple of his own that gave his team a decent 40-33 lead.

FEU started the third with 7-0 run to tie the game until Thirdy Ravena ended the Eagles’ scoring drought with an acrobatic layup to regain the lead.

Tamaraw star forward Alvin Tolentino, who spent majority of the 1st half due to foul trouble checked back in the game midway of the 3rd quarter to reinforce FEU as Ateneo slowly bumped-up its lead.

The score got tuck at 51-47 for over 4 minutes. It was ADMU’s Jolo Mendoza who moved the scoreboard from the outside. FEU followed the scoring suit and wrapped-up the third in a good note. Ateneo however still led the game, 57-53.

Far Eastern U tasted the 1st lead of game 59-57 as they started the 4th and final quarter. Center Prince Orizu led the way with offensive boards and put-backs to even widened the margin, 65-59 with 7 more minutes remaining in the ballgame.

Downed by 8, Rookie Eagle Gian Mamuyac stepped-up and leveled the game at 69-all to keep his team’s hope alive.

Thirdy Ravena reclaimed the lead from FEU with a fast break layup. A basket which Ateneo needed the most. The Eagles had a slim 1-point, 72-71 advantage with 33 second remaining.

JR Parker scored a well-contested layup as the lead swung to the Tamaraw’s side, 73-72. The Eagles however, had 1 full shot clock to win the game.

Matt Nieto took the shot too early and missed big time. FEU got the rebound and had 16 seconds in their possession. JR Parker got fouled after the inbound and completed his charities for 75-72 lead.

Coach Tab Baldwin drew a play fit for 14 seconds that will decide his team’s fate as he burned his last and final timeout. Baldwin’s unconventional play miraculously paid off as his big man, Isaac Go hit a trey and tied the game.

It was Coach Olsen Racela’s turn to make a play with 8 ticks remaining in the game clock that could send FEU to the Finals or extend game number 2 into an overtime. Arvin Tolentino took the ball for the last shot but unfortunately, the ball slipped off his hands and confirmed the game extension.

Both squads traded baskets like there’s no tomorrow as they unfolded the overtime. At the 2-minute warning, the game is tied at 80-all.

Matt Nieto broke the deadlock with floater in the middle followed by cold-blooded three pointer for the 85-80 advantage and 46 seconds left in the extra period.

JR Parker who was waxing hot in the first 4 quarters instantly gone called in the O.T. and officially gave the last finals seat to Ateneo 88-84.

The UAAP Finals: Ateneo De Manila University vs. De La Salle University series will start on Saturday at 4 pm at Mall of Asia Arena.

— Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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FULL RESULTS: November 2017 Chemical Engineer ChemEng board exam passers list, top 10



MANILA, Philippines - The November 2017 Chemical Engineer (ChemEng) board exam official results including the complete list of passers, topnotchers (top 10), top performing schools and performance of schools are released today, November 22, 2017 or in two (2) working days after the last day of examinations.

November 2017 Chemical Engineer ChemEng board exam passers list, top 10

UPDATE: As announced, 627 out of 942 passed the exams.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) conducted the Chemical Engineer licensure exam in the cities of Manila and Cebu on November 18, 19 and 20, 2017.

The members of the Board of Chemical Engineering who gave the licensure examination are Engr. Ofelia V. Bulaong, Chairman; Engr. Jeffrey G. Mijares and Engr. Cyd P. Aguilera, Members.

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on NOVEMBER 18, 2017 & FF. DAYS
Released on NOVEMBER 22, 2017
Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABAD, GOLDIE MAE CALLA
2 ABAD, KERVIN BELOY
3 ABADIA, JOY JEARALDIEN
4 ABAOAG, CHRISTIAN JHOART DELA CRUZ
5 ABARQUEZ, AIRA BUENO
6 ABASULA, LEAH JANE PONAYO
7 ABELARDO, CHEYNNE LOUISE GADDI
8 ABELLANA, KRYSMARIE JOY GONZALES
9 ABERION, ALEXIS MARGRET MANAL
10 ABRAHAN, JAN MARINI GARCIA
11 ACLAN, ROSE ANN CORSINO
12 ACUSA, MARK ANTHONY MARUNDAN
13 ADAN, ROANNE ACOSTA
14 ADAVAN, MARRA CARIEL MONTECALVO
15 ADEA, JOHN MARK MARTINOTE
16 AGABIN, MARY LOURDES DE JOSE
17 AGLOSOLOS, ALYSSA MARIE POQUIZ
18 AGOR, FAITH ALYSSA DAPLIN
19 AGOYLO, CHELLOU FE CHUA
20 AGUADO, MAYNARD PANLAQUI
21 AGUILA, MARY ROSE DIAMANTE
22 AGURA, DIVINE GRACE RAPOSA
23 ALBANCES, CARMELA ELISA GOPEZ
24 ALBAYALDE, JOHN MARTHIN CALURA
25 ALCANTARA, MARINELA DACANAY
26 ALCARAZ, AILEEN MIRANDA
27 ALDOVER, SHIELA MAY MITRA
28 ALEJO, FRANCES GABRIELLE ADONIS
29 ALFORQUE, RALPH ALABAN
30 ALIPIO, RIANNE MALLORCA
31 ALIPUYO, CHRISTINE BLANCO
32 ALMODOVAR, ARIANNE CARPIO
33 ALVAR, GLADIES MAE LIMBAG
34 ALVARO, KASEY SHIRO LAGDAMEN
35 ALVERO, ALBERT ALCONABA
36 ANDER, ALYSA MANALO
37 ANDRADE, GELLI JOY BERONES
38 ANDRADE, SHEILA LEIGH ROCHELLE ARROYO
39 ANDRES, APRIL JOY ENRIQUE
40 ANGELES, DONNA ABRECE
41 ANI, JOHN MARK EDRHUM MAGUINDAYAO
42 ANI, PATRICIA JOYCE VALENCIA
43 APAWAN, APPLE CAPILLAN
44 AQUE, CARL HARVEY LABUAN
45 ARCENAL, PHILIP DARWIN PAEL
46 ARDEƑA, AROM DALE GARCIA
47 ARENAS, ARIANE SHAYNE ESPELETA
48 ARIAS, ALYANNA MARIAH DELA ROSA
49 ARIOLA, MARK ASUQUE
50 ARMIJO, DONN PAUL PULIDO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on NOVEMBER 18, 2017 & FF. DAYS Page: 3 of 14
Released on NOVEMBER 22, 2017
Seq. No. N a m e
51 ARNUCO, ARJAY MARISTELA
52 ARTETA, ALLEN JR OLLETA
53 ARZAGA, JANELLE APPLE ESGUERRA
54 ASEQUIA, CHRISTIAN PAOLO SAGUING
55 ASTADAN, CHANTELLE GAYLE BOSNGON
56 ATIENZA, INA MARI AGUSTIN
57 ATIENZA, MARK AGUSTIN MACALALAD
58 AYALIN, ANGELICA AIRA ARAW
59 AYOP, CHRISMARIE GRACE ANTIGO
60 AZUGUI, CONCEPCION ELAINE ILAGAN
61 BABIERA, BRYAN ANGELO CASACLANG
62 BACALLA, LELIE LOU BETARMOS
63 BACCAY, MARTIN JR GALVEZ
64 BADIANG, JOHN PIOX JALA
65 BAGOS, LEONARD MORTELLA
66 BAGSAIN, ANNGELA JOY NUƑEZ
67 BALAGA, CRISTAL MAE
68 BALAGA, DHEA ROSELLE JOY CORONADO
69 BALANE, LAWRENCE BENZ GREGORIO
70 BALBOA, CLARISSE DELA CRUZ
71 BALCITA, JODREL SHEM PACONG
72 BALDERAS, CATHERINE GRACE TUBIDA
73 BALIGOD, JEFFREY LAGUARDIA
74 BALINGIT, ADRIANE SANGCAP
75 BALINTAG, ELAINE GONZALES
76 BALMES, LIZA MARIE ESPINO
77 BALMES, MA CHRISTINA PAYOT
78 BALQUIN, RUBI PRINCESS DE ORO
79 BALUYUT, ANGELICA SERIBO
80 BANTING, SATURNINO JR POLIGRATES
81 BANTOG, JOHN ELY COLLADO
82 BANTON, SHERRY BALUTE
83 BANZUELA, JUDE MARTIN ARDALES
84 BARIMBAO, REINA STELLA MAG-ASO
85 BAROTAC, MARY LORENZ PARAS
86 BARROS, DIEGO SILVANO JEREZ
87 BATO, JOHANNA MARIE RAMONES
88 BATOY, JVICTORIA PEARL VIDAD
89 BAUTISTA, JOHN PAUL TUNGOL
90 BAUTISTA, KIMBERLY SALATIC
91 BAUTISTA, MART ALLEN CASIANO
92 BAYENG, JANE MIGUEL
93 BAYOS, RHISSA MAE ARMI
94 BELEN, MAE KHRYSTELLE MANALO
95 BERBON, CHRISTINE MAE BELNAS
96 BERDIN, LADY FAITH IBAƑO
97 BERNAL, KIM GEO PLANTILLA
98 BHATIA, RAJESH JR ETORALDE
99 BIGSO, JHULLIE ANN SAOQUILLO
100 BITANG, KIM ROQUE ALVAREZ
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on NOVEMBER 18, 2017 & FF. DAYS Page: 4 of 14
Released on NOVEMBER 22, 2017
Seq. No. N a m e
101 BONALOS, PAUL DANIEL TRINIDAD
102 BONIFACIO, PAULINE BASACA
103 BORLAN, RANDOLPH DE LA CRUZ
104 BORROMEO, LORENZ ESPERON
105 BOTIN, REGINE LORILLA
106 BOYLES, REINWILL JAN BERMUDO
107 BRACINO, AMIR ALMERON
108 BRAZA, MAY ANN SALUD
109 BRUTAS, CLINT CHARLES PEREZ
110 BUAN, AINA ANGELINE REYES
111 BUCANEG, ART PHILIPPE PEREZ
112 BUDOL, JOSHUA VOLANTE
113 BUGTONG, MARY JOY BALALONG
114 BUHIAN, NAPPLE DONN JERICO JALAGAT
115 BUNYI, SARAH JANE REYES
116 BUREROS, GLORIE MAE AUSTERO
117 BUTA, ZIPHANIA LINDI BRITANIA
118 CABAIS, ANJELICA JEAN PEPAƑO
119 CABALHUG, AXEL KRIZZA AVERGONZADO
120 CABATAS, LUOMAR JAKE EDILLON
121 CABRAL, DAISY ANNE MATIBAG
122 CABUDOL, CHRISTIAN JOHN FORTU
123 CAGANDAHAN, ALCRIS QUIZO
124 CAGUICLA, ROY JR IBAƑEZ
125 CAGUNTAS, ANDREW JOELLE FABIO
126 CALO, JESSIE CAƑADA
127 CALUBAN, SHERWIN DARELL GO
128 CALUPIG, MANDY SIGUE
129 CAMAROTE, BRYLE KRISTIANN CASINILLO
130 CANCERAN, CHARLENE EVANGELISTA
131 CAPIO, MARK LLOYD CAPIO
132 CAPIO, MARY JANE CARIAGA
133 CARABAƑA, KRISTINE JOY TABLA
134 CARACAS, CORINE JASPER DAVID
135 CARPIO, MABELLINE RUTH ADRIANO
136 CASIN, ANGELO OLLET
137 CASPE, DION PAUL CERENIO
138 CASTILLO, LEONEL ONGGO
139 CASTRO, CHRISTINE JULIA BLANCAFLOR
140 CASTRO, DIANN DIMALIBOT
141 CASTRO, ONELLA KEZIA BUENVIAJE
142 CATALAN, PRINCESS AIBBY ALUAG
143 CATARIG, SHIELA ROSE CUYOS
144 CATINDIG, KATRINA LOUISE RIVERA
145 CATINGUB, VIDA MERL BUSTAMANTE
146 CAYABYAB, CARLO ANGELO LACSON
147 CAƑETE, KEVYN JOYCE RODICO
148 CELEBRE, MIGUEL LAWRENCE KEITH SAN JOSE
149 CENTENO, KATHRYN ATIENZA
150 CEREZO, KEVIN CHAD MONTERO
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151 CEREZO, RUBY JEAN CASAO
152 CHAN, CHINN MEI MEDINA
153 CHAN, LOUISE NICHOLLE CO
154 CHAVEZ, SHARMINE
155 CHEN, LILY GARGANTOS
156 CHIU, CLARIEL MARSS AMORES
157 CHUA, DANIELA VINZON
158 CHUA, JAMIELAINE KAREENA GO BIAO
159 CHUA, JOSE PAULO APOSTOL
160 CHUA, LOUIE JOHN MALUBAY
161 CINCO, KATHLEEN MARJORIE SEBASTIAN
162 CISNEROS, MARY RUTH SANTOS
163 CLAUR, JOHN CYRIL PASTRANA
164 COLOMA, GILLYN MONIS
165 COMALING, LEIF ANTHONY BUGTONG
166 CONAG, ANGELIQUE TRUGILLO
167 CONDE, FRANZIELLE MARIE DE PADUA
168 CONDEZ, JARED PHILIP MARQUEZ
169 CONGE, JUSTIN PAUL NOJADERA
170 CORALDE, JOHN KENNETH BALINGBING
171 CORDERO, ALLEN MATHEW FORTUNO
172 CORONADO, RANIELLA BIANCA YIM
173 COROZA, HERMELISSA MENDOZA
174 CORTEJOS, KHAELA DAWN SOLIS
175 COSTALES, PATRICK ALDREI CASIANO
176 CRISOGONO, BIANCA MAE ZAGALA
177 CRUZ, ALANIS SAMIA
178 CRUZ, FATHIMA RICAMONTE
179 CRUZ, LOUIE ANGELO DUEƑAS
180 CRUZ, SALVADOR MARROD MARTINEZ
181 CRUZ, VICTORIA MARIE CRUZ
182 CRUZ, VINCE LUIZ ALAAN
183 CRUZADO, CARLA LAINE HERRERA
184 CU, MARIA THEA MINNIE ESPINOSA
185 CUBIO, MARK ANGELO FUENTES
186 CUISON, BYRON DEQUITO
187 CUSTODIO, JANIN FRANCISCO
188 DALISAY, QUEEN DESIREE PONTICA
189 DALUZ, JANNE MARY TORRES
190 DAMALERIO, REGINA GADOR
191 DAVID, HAROLD BERNABE
192 DE BORJA, GERWIN PRADO
193 DE GUZMAN, BERNARD FAJARDO
194 DE GUZMAN, DANICA JUSTINE ROQUE
195 DE GUZMAN, KHAYE-ANNE FRANCISCO
196 DE GUZMAN, LINUS KYLE CRUZ
197 DE LARA, QUEEN LIEZEL ABARQUEZ
198 DE REGLA, KATHLEEN KAY PLAZA
199 DE SAGUN, DAVID IAN DU
200 DE SILOS, PAOLO YVES LAZARO
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201 DE VERA, CRISSALIE MARIEZ MATIAS
202 DE VERA, ROGELYN MAY
203 DE VILLA, LENNARD ALVIN LOPEZ
204 DECLARADOR, PAULLINE
205 DELA CRUZ, MARK JED TAN
206 DELACRUZ, LYNGIL PEROCHO
207 DELFIN, NELSON JANN TIGLEY
208 DELOS REYES, NIKKO BERINA
209 DELOS SANTOS, TROY
210 DEMOCER, NILBOY SUAN
211 DEMONTEVERDE, JIAN FRYNZ FRANCISCO
212 DEOCADIZ, MARYCRIS VILLA
213 DEVEZA, FREDERICK MONINIO
214 DIESTA, BABY JOY DICEN
215 DIMATULAC, NEIL IVAN BALLESTA
216 DIMPAS, JEZEL MARIE INSO
217 DIRAIN, ALBERTO RAFAEL BITLON
218 DOCTOR, JULIUS NIƑO PARRONE
219 DOLINAN, MARIEFE SABO
220 DOLOT, MAX JULIUS RAMOS
221 DUAQUI, ISABEL ARIANNE MALLARI
222 DUCUSIN, CESTER GALE AVILA
223 DULA, CHRISTINE GELVOSA
224 DUMAGPI, EUNICE RUTH AGTUAL
225 DUMAOG, AXL CHRISTIAN CAƑETE
226 DUMPIT, JAY-AR CULATON
227 DUNCAN, PATRICK DALE PANAGSAGAN
228 DUPAYA, JOHN EDWARD LAURENTINO
229 DUREZA, GERSHOM SABUESO
230 DY, CHRISTINE JENICA UY
231 ENCARNACION, JADE DHALLE PANGILINAN
232 ENCINARES, GIAN CARLO DIEGO YAMBAO
233 ENRIQUEZ, JUSTINE ANNE JUNTONG
234 EPALAN, JOYCE KATE ESMERO
235 ERVITE, ANEL JOHN CHRISTOPHER ETABAG
236 ESLIT, ANDREA JANE PAHIMUTANG
237 ESPINA, CHRISTIAN JAY CA-ACO
238 ESTANTE, EROS PAUL VALERA
239 ESTELEYDES, JASMIN DE LOS REYES
240 ESTEPA, KATHLEEN PARENTELA
241 ESTRADA, EVANGELINE DIANNE REY
242 ESTRADA, KRYSTAL YVETTE MARIE ESTRADA
243 EVANGELISTA, DANIELLE GRACE DELOS REYES
244 FABREGAS, XYRAMAE ACUZAR
245 FABROS, KAYE CABRERA
246 FAUSTO, KEVIN DWIGHT CALLO
247 FELICES, NIƑO BATALLA
248 FERNANDEZ, FRANCES DANIELLE MANLAPID
249 FEROLIN, SAMUEL NERI NACARIO
250 FERRER, PATRICIA JANELLE DOMINGO
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251 FESTIJO, JOHN EIVHON FESTIJO
252 FIDEL, JHONNIELYN JOY LOPEZ
253 FLORES, DYNZL DEAN BUSTILLO
254 FORONDA, EASTER GLOREN CORTES
255 FRANCISCO, JASMINE RACELES
256 GABINETE, ALJOMARIE ATILANO
257 GABO, EUGENE PAOLO ACLE
258 GABOY, VAL RAYMOND LOZADA
259 GALAMAY, ANGEL MAE CABBAB
260 GAMARO, JIM AREM MONDEZ
261 GAMILLA, CAMILLE TAƑEDO
262 GANIRON, JESZA MEI FLOJO
263 GARCIA, CHRISTIAN SANTIAGO
264 GARCIA, DEO ANGELO BAUTISTA
265 GARCIA, FELIPE JR DOMONDON
266 GARCIA, JUDITH PANGANIBAN
267 GARCIA, MARIA CECILLE SARMIENTO
268 GARCIA, RUSSEL RENZ RODEL
269 GASATAN, MARY SHARIZE LAUREL
270 GASGA, KIER PERDON
271 GASPAR, HEATHER ELLAINE SONGGADAN
272 GASPAR, KATRINA LAURAIN CRUZ
273 GAVARAN, RUBEN JR MATUS
274 GELI, CRIS MATTHEW RIVERA
275 GERON, ALLAN PAUL BISNAR
276 GIGANTE, RICHARD PAUL JANDAYAN
277 GINES, HUBERT RAE AGNO
278 GO, ALEXANDER LOUIS CORTES
279 GO, ALYSSA FAY LUMAKANG
280 GO, BERNELL MERWYN SY
281 GOJO CRUZ, KIM TECSON
282 GOMEZ, SHAIRA GRACE MANGGA
283 GONZALES, ALEC BENEDICT MUNSAYAC
284 GONZALES, JOANNA LARRACAS
285 GONZALES, JUVY JOYCE JEBULAN
286 GONZALEZ, MARGARITA GALANG
287 GOZAR, ANGELICA BAUYON
288 GULTIAN, KIRSTENE ARCUINO
289 GUZAREM, MARIONE ANDREA PAHUTAN
290 GUZMANA, LEIZEL MALINAO
291 HERBOSA, GERALD PANTONIAL
292 HERRERA, JOSE VERGEL TAN
293 HEYROSA, CESAR CARLOS LEDESMA
294 HIJARA, RANDY JAY DE REAL
295 HILARIO, ARVIN JAN REMOLLENO
296 HONRA, ARON ENSINA
297 HUYO, MA ELIZABETH ALMENDRAS
298 IGNACIO, ANGELO LOUIS BAYLEN
299 IGNACIO, RAPHAEL ESTEBAN
300 ILANO, SARAH JANE TORRES
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301 INOT, RHENALYN SICAT
302 JAMORA, JARJOLEN LEDESMA
303 JANABAN, PINKY JOY ANINIPOT
304 JARA, QUINN DE LUNA
305 JARDENICO, JHOVANE CHRIS BORROMEO
306 JARLOS, JOSEPH ROY BALADIANG
307 JAWAD, RAIZA LEGARDE
308 JAYAG, ERVIN LUIS MADRID
309 JEREMIAS, JAYSON SIME DOMINGO
310 JERESANO, SOFIA DENISE MANIQUIZ
311 JIMENEZ, LYKA JOY DIMAGIBA
312 JIMENEZ, SEAN JUVEN LOPEZ
313 JUDI, DARREN JAMES FLORES
314 KALAW, KRIZZEL QUISAO
315 LABARO, VINCENT KRISTI III DAMO
316 LAGPAO, DAN ADRIAN CALLE
317 LAGSAC, MAR KEVIN ROBLEDO
318 LAMBOSO, JERMAINE ALIPAHAN
319 LAMPARERO, BON LESTER LA-AB
320 LANDINGIN, JUNARD GALPAO
321 LANDOY, RONA JOYCE BANAAG
322 LANGOMES, JUDEMAE BLANCO
323 LANUZA, JAYPEE ERLANO
324 LAO, IYA RAY ALYANNA MEDICE
325 LASHERAS, CHRISTIAN ABANTE
326 LASQUITE, MICHAEL LANSILAY
327 LAURENTE, MARK GY IGLORIA
328 LAXAMANA, MA KOSELLE LOPEZ
329 LEGASPI, FLORENTINA CACHO
330 LEGASPI, RUBEN JR ARAƑA
331 LEGUIAB, REIZL JR HERMOSO
332 LINAZAN, CENON III ROSELLO
333 LLANA, MERVIN FLOYD LOPEZ
334 LLANERA, LARA LOUISE ROTIAN
335 LLANES, CHELSI ANN TAGUILID
336 LO, GRIZELDA VILLALUZ
337 LOLO, ALFREDO RALIA
338 LOPEZ, DARLENE JANSON
339 LOPEZ, ESSENE QUMRAN APOSTOL
340 LOPEZ, NIKKA NISSA ZARSUELO
341 LOPEZ, RONALD ANGELO LACSINA
342 LORIA, TRINA MALLAVO
343 LORIO, CYRIELLE TIBAYAN
344 LOSARIA, PAULINE MAY AUJERO
345 LUCERO, VIC NELSON BATALLA
346 LUPO, JOHAN JR BELANDRES
347 LUY, NEIL STEPHEN RANIDO
348 MABAZZA, DAVE TULIAO
349 MACABUHAY, AURA LLANERA
350 MACALINAO, MONALIZA MIA BACOLOD
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351 MACALINO, ANGELO DAGORO
352 MACATLANG, JOHN JOSEPH PAYABYAB
353 MACUTE, MATTHEW PEREZ
354 MADELOSO, DEXTER BONVITO SEEPING
355 MADRIA, VENN ROYCE FRIAS
356 MADRID, KYLE ANGELO LOPEZ
357 MAGALANG, JOHN RAVE BURATA
358 MAGLIPAS, KURTS LUOIE DESERTO
359 MAGMOYAO, JANINE ANN DADIS
360 MAGNO, JULIUS CESAR ABELLERA
361 MALABANAN, RAPHAEL ANICETO II DESABILLA
362 MALLEN, JOHN VINCENT DAMAYO
363 MALUENDA, SPARKLE MIRTH LAGRIA
364 MAMATTONG, JINKY BUTIC
365 MANABAT, NICOLE PEARL MATIENZO
366 MANALANSAN, FRANCO NICDAO
367 MANALILI, MICHAEL LORENZ DON
368 MANALO, JOANE LYNN MAGMANLAC
369 MANCENIDO, JEREMIAH LAWRENCE REANOGA
370 MANGUBAT, MIKO PAOLO DASIG
371 MANIANGLUNG, CLINTON FLORES
372 MANUCDUC, NEHEMIA JOY PAMINTUAN
373 MANUEL, JOHN RAPHAEL ENRIQUEZ
374 MANULID, ANGEL ROSE ESPAƑA
375 MANZANO, YARRA LEI CUBIS
376 MANZON, PAUL RYAN HENRY CEREZO
377 MAPOLON, APRIL ARAƑAS
378 MAR, CARLO NIKKO ADRA
379 MARAMBA, MARK MORANTE
380 MARASIGAN, GILBERT CARINGAL
381 MARCELINO, KIMBERLY MARIE TIGAS
382 MARCELLANA, JERANY DIOQUINO
383 MARGAJA, DONNA MARIE PUENTENEGRA
384 MARQUEZ, MEGAN KRISTEN IDIO
385 MARQUEZ, OSCAR JR MEDIARIO
386 MARTIN, JUSTINE PAUL VALERIANO
387 MARTINEZ, LESLIE ANN BUƑO
388 MATIRA, SHAIRA ANN DE JESUS
389 MAƑOSO, AREL ORENDAIN
390 MEDRANA, JEAN PAULINE TAGLE
391 MENDENILLA, ALTHEA MAE CRUZ
392 MENDIOLA, KENDRICK ALDAVA
393 MENDIOLA, SIERRA LEONE DATU
394 MENDOZA, MYRCKHO MIGUELL ANAVE
395 MERCADO, CHARLEMAGNE LIM
396 MERCADO, LYRA GRACE COLIS
397 MERCADO, ROGER JAYSON ADORABLE
398 MERCURIO, MARIA FATIMA DELOS SANTOS
399 MERINO, ADRIAN FERNANDO CAMBA
400 MESIAS, CRIS GINO TOMLOD
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401 METRILLO, JOSIE LINA
402 MILLARE, RICHFEL AMARANTO
403 MINGARACAL, MICHELLE LEIGH ITLIONG
404 MOLINA, NICOLE KANE BAGUIO
405 MONTEFALCON, ROSHELL ADARO
406 MONTEJO, REY ERNIE BOROY
407 MORALEDA, EVAN CHARL
408 MORALES, EMMANUEL RICARDO GERONIMO
409 MORETE, NIKKI DE CASTRO
410 MUNAR, AYESA ARQUILLO
411 MUNION, KAREN MAE CASTILLO
412 MUTIA, MITCHIE TIO
413 NACOR, RALFF NESTOR SENDICO
414 NALING, KIM HAROLD HERNANDEZ
415 NAMOC, JOIS INNA ISRAEL
416 NATIVIDAD, BERNARD IMPAS
417 NATIVIDAD, CHARMAINE CASTRO
418 NAVARRO, AUBREY BIANCA MARTINEZ
419 NODORA, KERGUELEN MAE ANDRES
420 NOLASCO, REDEN ELCHICO
421 NOTARTE, MELANIE RAVANCHO
422 NOVO, SHELLY THERESSE CATIAN
423 NUEVAESPAƑA, SMITH NACIS
424 NUEZCA, ANGELICA REPOLLEZA
425 NUVAL, JAYSON BACANI
426 NUƑEZ, NELLYN MANREAL
427 OBNIMAGA, PELAGIO GLENN II GUMAHAD
428 OCAMPO, ANGELLI ABIBUAG
429 OCAMPO, DANALYN TOMBAGA
430 OCEƑA, CRIJAMAICA LATO
431 OCHOA, JORGE CARL JINY TIAMZON
432 OLEGARIO, NEIL KARLO ZAFRA
433 OLIVEROS, MARIONNE DE GUZMAN
434 ONG, CHELSEA ANNE SO
435 ONG, IANA RUTH LACSAM
436 OPAMEN, JONARD LESONDRA
437 OPORTO, LOUIELLYN GOTOSTOS
438 ORALLO, ANGELO JESUS PISUEƑA
439 ORCEJOLA, KAREN MAE GUIMARY
440 ORDOƑO, JOHN BENEDICT VALDERAMA
441 OREJO, GINENA CIPRIANO
442 ORETA, REYFORD PEROMINGAN
443 ORIGENES, ANNA MAE DICO
444 ORILLA, JOHN WILBERT AMORA
445 OROCIO, THERESE JANINE BELLEZA
446 ORTIZ, KENNY RAY VALDEZ
447 OZAETA, JOSEPH CYSTY VALENCIANO
448 PABLO, JEROME TARIO
449 PABUSTAN, ANGELO DELA CRUZ
450 PACA, MOHAMAR HADJIRASUL
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451 PACAMO, ERCILLE MAE ORAIZ
452 PADDAYUMAN, JOFEL KRISTOFER ABADAM
453 PADIT, ANA BETTINA DIAZ
454 PADOLINA, AIRA JOY ABADIA
455 PADRONES, CHRISTA GRACE LIBO-ON
456 PAGSOLINGAN, VESEL SOLIS
457 PAHAYAHAY, SHAYNE ROSE GALVEZ
458 PAIRAT, OSWALD ENRIQUE PADERANGA
459 PAJE, NEIKO GUIL-AN
460 PALA, RICHARD ABAL
461 PALACIOS, WILMARK TALIDON
462 PALADO, ROSELYN DELEN
463 PALAJE, MERCILINE JOY SARMIENTO
464 PALICPIC, COLEEN MAGNAYE
465 PALOMIQUE, KIMBERLY ROSACIA
466 PAMBUENA, ARIANNE MANGUIN
467 PAMPLONA, JUAN MIGUEL ORTIONA
468 PANGANIBAN, TERENCE TIM CHUA
469 PARADERO, ANGELENE BATHAN
470 PASCUAL, AIRA DENIELLE RIBAƑO
471 PASCUAL, RONALD PATRICK DE LEON
472 PASQUIN, ARLENE JOY LORCA
473 PATUBO, ISAAC MARVIN SANTOS
474 PATULOT, BEA CAMILLE KALALO
475 PEGOLLO, COLLEEN ANH CARPENA
476 PENALBA, BENJIE TORRES
477 PERALTA, SHAUN VINCENT PACIS
478 PEREZ, CHRISTINE JANE JARDELEZA
479 PEREZ, ROI VINCENT CONGE
480 PESTAƑO, SHERLOCK DONDON
481 PEƑAFLOR, IRIS JUNE BAGAHANSOL
482 PITORAL, ANNA TERESA SACRAMENTO
483 PITPIT, RACHELLE JOY CALANOG
484 PLANDES, JOSHIA UZZIEL LUGADA
485 POBLETE, ROMEL DE GUZMAN
486 POROL, JUNELLA TRIXIA CORDERO
487 POSADA, JOANNA MICHAELA LUNA
488 PRISCO, EMMAN LLIAM LIM
489 PUEBLO, BEVERLY JANE LASCO
490 PURI, SEAN DANIELLE DEL CASTILLO
491 QUEZON, FRANCES ABEGAIL GALVAN
492 QUILAT, GLENNA LYRAD BAYNO
493 QUILINGUEN, VANESSA FERL ABADIANO
494 RABAYA, ELFA MAE GOMEZ
495 RAMENTO, CHRISTIAN JOHN RAMOS
496 RAMIREZ, ARA CLOUIE RIVERA
497 RAMIREZ, CHARLYN JOY FLORES
498 RAMIREZ, ROBERT JR CABRERA
499 RAMOS, ANNE CORINE ARELLANO
500 RAMOS, DAVE ERSAN
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501 RAMOS, SHEENA LOU PLIMACO
502 RECAIDO, REXEL MARIE VILLARAN
503 RELIQUIAS, ELLAINE JOY WASWASEN
504 REMARIM, ALYSSA MAE ESTIMADA
505 REMOROSA, MA ELENA MASCARDO
506 REPOQUIT, DOMINIQUE ANN NACIONALES
507 REQUEJO, BENEDICT ARENAS
508 RESUELLO, FERTINA GELLEN BUMENLAG
509 REVECHE, RONALD RANDL DE LOS REYES
510 REYES, GAIL EDSELLE SAMSON
511 REYES, JAMES DARYL ABREGANA
512 REYES, JONATHAN PAGTALUNAN
513 REYES, JUSTINE ANSAY
514 REYES, MARK JOSEPH TARIGA
515 RIPALDA, ALMIRA OPINIANO
516 ROBAS, JEAN CAMILLE NEPOMUCENO
517 RODRIGUEZ, JOHN PAUL IBE
518 RODRIGUEZ, RAYMUND CLAUDIO
519 ROMELO, NIMROD BALICAS
520 ROMERO, PAULO JAVIER
521 ROSAL, ALJANE GRACE ORETA
522 ROSANI, JUSTINE DARO
523 ROSARIO, JEREMIAH TABIERA
524 ROSAƑA, FLORENEI ORNOPIA
525 ROSERO, JAMIE ROSE MAGDAONG
526 ROSETE, JOHN CARLO HILARION
527 RUBIANO, ABIGAEL DELA ROSA
528 RUIVIVAR, SYLVESTER SAQUIDO
529 SABLAN, ANNA ANGELICA MALONZO
530 SACDALAN, THEODORE KENT CUEVAS
531 SACULLES, LARISSA GALERA
532 SAGARAL, LEONARD FLORES
533 SALEN, VLADIMIR AFABLE
534 SALVA, REGINE SAWALI
535 SALVADOR, KATRINA TUGAS
536 SALVILLA, JOHN NIKKO VELASCO
537 SAMIO, CHRISTINE DANNIELA PASCUAL
538 SAN JUAN, JOSE MIGUEL LEGASPI
539 SANCHEZ, CHADRI OASIS PAUL SUAN
540 SANDOVAL, CHRISTINE CULAWAY
541 SANGALANG, JOANNA DEZA DIMAANO
542 SANGALANG, KIM PATRICK HAMIZON
543 SANTILLAN, MARIA YSABEL
544 SARCO, EDRALYN FELLOGAN
545 SARMIENTO, SHELLA PANGAN
546 SARSOZA, ANDRIANE CALARA
547 SATIRA, ANDREA AGOJO
548 SATURNO, MARY JOY MENDEZ
549 SEMILLANO, JEROME NIOGAN
550 SENERPIDA, JAMES GABRIEL ORTIZ
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551 SERRANO, CLAUDINE SPARK MARIƑO
552 SEVILLA, SHERLENE LELIS
553 SIBAEN, JERRY WAIS
554 SILAN, SHAWN ANN PAPA
555 SILVA, KREZA HERNANDEZ
556 SILVESTRE, JESSTOS ANTHONY SENERADO
557 SIMBORIO, GAY PENALES
558 SO, SVEN ELDRIC TANG
559 SOLDEVILLA, MA SOL RAMOS
560 SOLIABAN, DENZEL DUANE CHUA
561 SORIANO, JOYCE ANNE AFRICA
562 SOSA, MA REBECAH DULCE
563 SOTTO, KRESHA CAMILLE CORDOVILLA
564 SULTHAN, AHMED CARURUCAN
565 SUMILE, LEAH VERNA JAGONAL
566 SUNIO, JOMAR DOMINGO
567 SURAHAN, STEPHANNIE ROXANE EBON
568 SUSI, ARVIN LAGMAN
569 SY, CHRYSS JEN JEN JAO
570 SY, DANIEL FRANCIS AREVALO
571 TABAN, ADRIANE TATLONGHARI
572 TACTAY, CRISSALYN BAUTISTA
573 TAGACAY, ANGELO CHRISTOPHER BALLAD
574 TALHA, BETHEL GRACE CAMAO
575 TANJAY, APRIL ADION
576 TEATRO, MANOLO JR CALINGIN
577 TECSON, HAZEL ANNE CRUZ DELA
578 TEMBREVILLA, NICOLE LUCINI NORICO
579 TENORIO, RIZZA MARAY
580 TIMBREZA, JENNAH CAMILLE CADENAS
581 TIU, KATHLYN MAE MOLLENO
582 TIZON, KIA JAMORA
583 TOLENTINO, BLESY MAY GEANGA
584 TOLENTINO, JUAN POCHOLO SAN JUAN
585 TOLENTINO, TROY GIUSEPPE ELEPAƑO
586 TOMAS, MICHAEL ANGELO FERRER
587 TORCELINO, DAIZY-JANE ENGBINO
588 TRINIDAD, CARLO ANDREW BERNARDO
589 TUAZON, CHARISSA ALARCA
590 TUBALINAL, HONESTO OVID SAN PEDRO
591 TUMALA, JOHN PAULO RULE
592 TUPPAL, RODEL CHRISTIAN GRANADA
593 TURINGAN, CASEY OLIVER ARELLANO
594 TUSCANO, JOSE BERNARDO LIRIOS
595 TUTAAN, CESAR NICOLO CRUZ
596 UAO, FRANC ERNEST BERMEJO
597 UTLEG, JAYSON TULIAO
598 VALDEZ, CLAIRE GARCIA
599 VALDEZ, KIM EDRIANNE BALTAZAR FANGONILO
600 VALDON, SARAH JANE IƑIEGO
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601 VALENCIA, PAMELA DIWA
602 VALEZA, RHONALYN TEOXON
603 VALLES, ALVIN BANDALA
604 VELOS, EMMAN JEMUEL RAMSEY
605 VENTURA, GABRIELLE MENDOZA
606 VENTURINA, RICHARD HARVEY GAMO
607 VERE, EVETTE LAURENE MAGPALE
608 VERGARA, SOPHIA GABRIELLE MUNSAYAC
609 VICTORIO, RENNIE BOY SAINZ
610 VILLAHERMOSA, JAYE EARL RIZARRI
611 VILLALBA, SHAIRA PHEL OINEZA
612 VILLANEA, GLYZA MAE JADIE
613 VILLAPANDO, ANGELINE VANESSA MARCOS
614 VILLARAN, JAYNIE LEE MANRIQUE
615 VILLAREAL, PAUL EVAHN PADLAN
616 VILLASICA, SERGE LORENZ GLINOGO
617 VIOLANGO, LHEMAR JON MAGCANTA
618 VISITACION, ABIGAIL REGIS
619 WALUHAN, JAY MARK JAMILI
620 YABA, TRICIA ELENA ASIS
621 YACAPIN, JEFFERSON BUSTOS
622 YANELA, JAYSON ECHIMANE
623 YMAS, FLOILA JANE
624 YSULAT, DANTE JR SOMBILON
625 YTANG, DARRYLL JADE FLORES
626 YUSI, RENZ MATHEW QUIAMBAO
627 ZAPATA, ROSETTE ANNE LEA TEJADA
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The top performing schools in the November 2017 Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010: WITH 30 OR MORE EXAMINEES AND WITH AT LEAST 80% PASSING PERCENTAGE

RANK SCHOOL TOTAL NO.OF EXAM. TOTAL NO.PASSED PERCENTAGEPASSED
1 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- DILIMAN 81 80 98.77 %
2 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- LOS BAƑOS 61 53 86.89 %
3 UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 121 97 80.17 %

The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places in the November 2017 Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination are the following:

RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING(%)
1 JOHN CYRIL PASTRANA CLAUR UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE 84.60
JARED PHILIP MARQUEZ CONDEZ UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- VISAYAS-ILOILO CITY 84.60
2 WILMARK TALIDON PALACIOS COLEGIO SAN AGUSTIN-BACOLOD CITY 83.90
DAVE ERSAN RAMOS UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- DILIMAN 83.90
3 JOHN RAVE BURATA MAGALANG UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 83.70
4 DONNA ABRECE ANGELES DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-MANILA 83.60
5 JARJOLEN LEDESMA JAMORA COLEGIO SAN AGUSTIN-BACOLOD CITY 83.40
OSWALD ENRIQUE PADERANGA PAIRAT ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY 83.40
6 ADRIANE SANGCAP BALINGIT EULOGIO (AMANG) RODRIGUEZ INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE &TECHNOLOGY 83.30
JOSEPH CYSTY VALENCIANO OZAETA BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 83.30
7 JERRY WAIS SIBAEN SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 83.00
8 SALVADOR MARROD MARTINEZ CRUZ UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- DILIMAN 82.80
9 JERMAINE ALIPAHAN LAMBOSO UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE 82.50
BEA CAMILLE KALALO PATULOT UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- DILIMAN 82.50
10 ROY IBAƑEZ CAGUICLA JR BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY - ALANGILAN 82.40

The performance of schools in the November 2017 Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination in alphabetical order as per R.A. 8981 otherwise known as PRC Modernization Act of 2000 Section 7(m) "To monitor the performance of schools in licensure examinations and publish the results thereof in a newspaper of national circulation" is as follows:


REGISTRATION AND OATHTAKING

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be done on-line. Please go to www.prc.gov.ph and follow instructions for initial registration.

Those who will register are required to bring the following:
  • Notice of admission
  • duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
  • 2 pieces passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete name tag)
  • 2 sets of documentary stamps

Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

VERIFICATION OF RATINGS

ChemEng board exam's verification of ratings (passers, non-passers and removal) can be done online.

Visit PRC's "Verification of Rating" service and enter the required information to verify your identity. Note that this will be available in few working days after the release of results.

COVERAGE OF EXAMINATION

The three-day examination covered the following major subjects: physical and chemical principles, chemical engineering principles and general engineering, ethics and contracts.

RELEASE OF RESULTS

According to PRC Resolution No. 2016-1019, the target release of results for the recent ChemEng board exam is on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 or in two (2) working days after the exam.

PREVIOUS EXAMINATIONS

In the May 2017 Chemical Engineer board exam, results were released in two (2) working days. A total of 310 out of 561 passed the exams. De La Salle University (DLSU) - Manila topped the schools with 94.12% (32 out of 34 passed). Wayne Lorenz Bagano Tandingan from the University of San Carlos (USC) aced the board with 85.20%.

In the November 2016 exams, results were also out in just 2 working days. PRC named 534 out of 918 who have passed the series of tests. University of the Philippines - Diliman (UPD) hailed as the top performing school. DLSU-Manila alum Clarence Joseph Uy Co topped the board with 85.50%.

UPDATES

Monitor this page for the real-time updates on ChemEng board exam results. Check out also the official website of PRC for more information.

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Pinay caregiver tops September 2017 special teachers board exam (LET) in Middle East



MANILA, Philippines - A Pinay caregiver topped the Special Professional Licensure Examination (SPLE) for Professional Teachers - Elementary category in the Middle East.

Pinay caregiver tops special teachers board exam (LET) in Middle East

Devy Anna Exiomo has been an OFW in Israel since 2015.

Impressively, the Central Institute of Technology in Paniqui, Tarlac graduate is the only one who passed the said exam out of the 88 examinees who took it in Israel.

In the entire Middle East, the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) announced that Exiomo is part of only 6 passers out of 179 examinees of the SPLE licensure exam for teachers (LET) -elementary. The exam that was conducted last September 2, 2017, only got a passing rate of 3.35%.

This special project initiated by the Philippine Embassy in Israel and was made in the hopes to help OFWs find more opportunities as a teacher when they decide to return to the country. It is open for OFWs working in the Middle East on a 5-year contract as caregivers. They also have a SPLE for nurses.

It also a reintegration project of Department Labor and Employment under their OFW program “Dito sa ‘Pinas, Ikaw ang Ma’am at Sir.”

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FULL RESULTS: September 2017 LET teachers board exam passers list, top 10

Passers of the board exam who decided to go back home and pursue the profession will have to take the following PRC requirements:
  • Register online in the PRC
  • Must an oath to an administering PRC officer
  • They will be now be included in the Registration Book of Professional
  • They will then wait for their ID, Certificate of Registration and Report of Rating

— Sally, The Summit Express



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