LIST OF PASSERS: UPCAT Results AY 2018-2019 release online



MANILA, Philippines — (Updated April 20) The University of the Philippines - College Admission Test (UPCAT) results for Academic Year AY 2018-2019 will be released online by end of April 2018 or six (6) months after the exams.

LIST OF PASSERS: UPCAT Results AY 2018-2019 release online

"Check the UP website for announcements and posting of UPCAT results between March and April 2018," UP posted on their official page for UPCAT 2018.

"More than 103,000 applied to take the exams last October, out of whom more than 80,000 actually took the exams. Of these takers, some 14,000 will be accepted into one of UP’s eight constituent universities, for a passing rate of about 17 percent," UP advised on April 11.

UPCAT was administered on October 21-22, 2017 in at least 76 test centers nationwide including UPEPP (Clarkfield, Pampanga), UP Visayas (Iloilo City), UP Los Baños (Laguna), UP Cebu (Cebu City), UP Tacloban College (Tacloban City), Cagayan de Oro City, UP Mindanao (Davao City), UP Baguio (Baguio City) and UP Diliman (Quezon City).

Note: The country's national university is expected to use mirror site, Stickbreadsolutions, that will redirect to UPCAT 2018 Results page due to possible difficulty on accessing the page.

Online Results for UPCAT 2018
(For incoming freshmen of AY 2018-2019)

PASSERS LIST: A-B | C-F | G-N | O-R | S-Z

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

March 1, 2018 Update: UP confirmed that UPCAT 2018 results will be released between March and April 2018. "A list of passers will be sent to your school principal. Individual notices will also be sent to all examinees."

March 31, 2018 1st Update: UP is targeting release of UPCAT results before the end of the month, the university committee on student affairs said in a meeting. That means, the results could be up online tonight or before midnight.

March 31, 2018 2nd Update: "Update from VP for Acad Affairs Cynthia Bautista: According to Dir. Mendoza, results are expected to be released on Mar 31 or 1st week of April due to the Lenten break and the new civil service rule on overtime that affected the work of those who are in the Office of Admissions," UP Student Regent Shari Nina Oliquino tweeted.

April 4, 2018 Update: "The UPCAT 2018 results link will be released soon," UP stated as welcome remark in its official website.

April 5, 2018 Update: "Having a range of dates for release of results is the usual practice of schools like UP that have a very large number of applicants, and require strict validation of results with a different test every year," UP Office of Admissions said.

April 6, 2018 Update: During the 1,334th Board of Regents (BOR) meeting earlier, Office of Admissions' Dir. Mendoza said that the results will be released anytime this April. (April 30 the latest). No definite date was mentioned.

April 19, 2018 Update: Vice President for Academic Affairs Maria Cynthia Rose Banzon Bautista issued a memorandum on UPCAT 2018 to provide additional information to facilitate a better understanding of the UPCAT situation.



April 20, 2018 Update: UP readies UPCAT Results 2018 site and mirror page.

For SY 2018-2019, UP welcomes the first batch of freshmen who will continue to university after the full implementation of Senior High School (SHS) as part of the K to 12 program.

Aside from the online availability of results, UP said a list of qualifiers will be sent to the principal of respective schools. Individual notices will also be sent to all examinees.

"If you qualify for admission to UP, register according to the instructions provided by the college or unit to which you have been accepted," UP added.

UPCAT COVERAGE

The UPCAT is consists of 4 subtests: Language Proficiency (English and Filipino), Science, Math and Reading Comprehension (English and Filipino). Standardized UPCAT scores are combined with the weighted average of 3 years of high school final grades to determine the UP admission grade.

Passers of UPCAT are screened for acceptance into one of the degree programs they chose. Different grade predictors are used for different programs. Campus qualifiers are ranked according to the degree program predictor. Top-ranking qualifiers are accepted according to the number of slots available for that program.

ADMISSION IN UP

UP is highly committed to admitting the best students and providing increased access to quality higher education. All UP students are provided partial tuition subsidies by government appropriations, but additionally the University also has a Socialized Tuition System (STS) which provides possible tuition discounts and/or additional financial assistance for qualified students in the form of monthly subsidies for living and travel expenses and a semestral book allowance. Students may also avail of tuition loans and short-term loans from the Student Loan Board.

UP Oblation Scholarship is given to the top fifty UPCAT qualifiers. The benefits include free tuition, miscellaneous and laboratory fees, a semestral book subsidy and a monthly incentive and transportation allowance. Recipients may enjoy the UP Oblation Scholarship throughout the normal length of time required to finish their chosen degree program, provided they maintain the required grade point average. For those in the accelerated medical program (INTARMED), however, only the first four years are covered by this grant.

Filipino graduates from the Top 10 of the graduating classes of public high schools may apply for freshman automatic admission (i.e. without having to take the UPCAT) for SY 2018-2019, provided they meet other UP admission requirements, as provided by a transitory provision of the Iskolar ng Bayan Law of 2014.

Good luck and congratulations in advance to all aspiring Isko and Iska!

— The Summit Express



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FULL RESULTS: March 18, 2018 civil service exam CSE-PPT passers list, top 10



MANILA, Philippines - The March 2018 Civil Service Exam results or Career Service Examination-Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) full list of passers and topnotchers (top 10) for professional and sub-professional level are released online in April-May 2018 (40-60 calendar days after the exam).

FULL RESULTS: March 18, 2018 civil service exam CSE-PPT passers list, top 10

The first CSE-PPT this year was conducted by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) on March 18, 2018 (Sunday) to more than 200,000 aspiring civil servants in 61 testing locations nationwide. This also covered examinees from Iligan, affected by the hostility in Marawi City last year.

The test has the objective of establishing Register of Eligibles (RoE) from which certification and appointment to first and second level positions in the civil service, except those involving practice of profession and/or covered by special laws, provided the eligibles meet the qualifications and other requirements of the positions.

Passing CSE-PPT Professional Level gives second level eligibility appropriate for both first level (clerical) and second level (technical) positions in the government. Meanwhile, Sub-Professional Eligibility means passers are appropriate only for first level positions in the government.

MARCH 2018 CSE-PPT RESULTS SUMMARY

  • LIST OF PASSERS: NCR - Prof | NCR - Sub-Prof | CAR | CARAGA | ARMM | Region 1 | Region 2 | Region 3 | Region 4 | Region 5 | Region 6 | Region 7 | Region 8 | Region 9 | Region 10 | Region 11 | Region 12
  • TOP 10 PASSERS: March 2018 2017 Civil Service Exam Professional Level
  • TOP 10 PASSERS: March 2018 Civil Service Exam Sub-Professional Level
  • Verification of rating (OCSERGS): March 2018 Civil Service Exam

Note: Passers are those who obtained a general rating of at least 80% on CS exams.

RELEASE OF RESULTS

"The list of passers shall be uploaded/posted on the CSC website www.csc.gov.ph within 60 days after the examination," the commission announced.

In previous examinations, results were out online within 41 days after the test.

We advise takers to monitor announcement of results between April 27 (Friday) to May 17 (Thursday) or in 40-60 days. Note that results may be released earlier or on later date due to unforeseen circumstances without prior notice.

Examinees, both passed and failed, may get their individual test results using the Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS), which can also be accessed through the CSC website. Note: The date of OCSERGS availability will be posted here soon but you may expect approximately 15 days after the posting of the List of Passers.

The Summit Express, a website which covers civil service examination for about six (6) years, will ensure all of its readers and followers on social media to get updates in few weeks or days before the announcement of results.

CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY TO PASSERS

Passers shall be issued a Certification of Eligibility (CoE) printed on CSC letterhead, free of charge.

Passers must personally claim their CoE. Representatives are not allowed to claim the same. Claiming of CoE shall be available approximately 30 days after the posting of the List of Passers or as indicated in the corresponding advisory of CSC.

Those who will pass should coordinate and verify first if their Certification is already available before going to the CSC Regional/Field Office. Contact numbers of the CSC office may be accessed at the CSC website.

The basic requirements in claiming the Certification are:

1. ID card - preferably the same ID card presented during the filing of application even if already expired by the time/date of claiming. You may also present any government, school or company ID, which must be valid (not expired).

2. Application Receipt with CSC Official Receipt (if available).

Note: CSC may require additional document/s as necessary to establish the identity of the passers.

A corresponding Advisory on these matters shall be posted in the CSC website. Any other concerns on examination result including verification of examinee number, examinees are advised to coordinate directly with the CSC Regional Office concerned. The CSC Regional Offices handle the releasing of examination results.

PREVIOUS EXAMINATIONS

In the March 2017 CSE-PPT, results were released online after forty (40) working days. A total of 25,090 (21,640 for the professional level and 3,450 for the sub-professional level) out of 230,736 takers (10.87%) passed the exam. Michael Louie D. Lim from Northern Mindanao, with a rating of 92.45, topped the 188,528 examinees of the Professional exam, while Faye S. Cruz from Metro Manila, with an 89.12 rating, placed first among the 31,169 hopefuls of the SubProfessional level.

In the April 2016 examinations, results were announced after 39 working days. A total of 25,276 out of 229,463 examinees or 11.02% passed the CSE. 22,041 conferred the civil service Professional eligibility, while the 3,235 of the successful examinees received SubProfessional eligibility. With a rating of 92.36, Hannah Ivyn Hazel Damian from NCR bested the 187,720 examinees of the Professional level. On the other hand, topping the 29,797 SubProfessional examinees was Jerome De Chavez, also from NCR, with a rating of 88.28.

Exam Date Total Examinees Total Passers Passing % Days before release of results
August 2017 228,917 25,127 10.98% 36
March 2017 230,736 25,090 10.87% 40
October 2016 203,339 22,978 11.30% 41
April 2016 229,463 25,276 11.02% 39
October 2015 119,333 13,152 11.02% 41

For the March 2018 CS exam results, takers may also expect of passing rate around 11% or can be translated to around 26,000 passers for both levels of exams.

EXAMINATION COVERAGE

The Professional level exam, 170 test items, covered vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, organization of ideas, analysis, word analogy, data interpretation, logic and abstract reasoning and numerical reasoning.

The Sub-professional exam, 165 test items, includes vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, organization of ideas, analysis, clerical ability, spelling and numerical reasoning.

Both levels of exam covered General Information items: Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (RA 6713), peace and human rights issues and concepts and environmental management and protection.

NEXT CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION

Those who missed the filing for March 2018 exam may get exam on the second CSE-PPT this year, on August 12. The period for filing of applications is on April 10 to June 22, 2018.

Note: Acceptance of applications shall be on first-come, first-served basis and shall be closed any time before the deadline if the CSC Regional Office has already reached the target number of applicants.

Bookmark this page to receive more updates on Civil Service Exam (CSE)-PPT. You may also visit the official website of CSC for more information.

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VIRAL: Karen Davila shares awful experience in Siargao



MANILA, Philippines - WAKE UP CALL. ABS-CBN News anchor Karen Davila in a Facebook post shared her traumatic experience with family in the surfing capital of Siargao.

Karen Davila shares awful experience in Siargao
'Bandila' anchor reveals her traumatic experience with family in Siargao Island | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Karen Davila

Karen with her husband DJ and their two sons David and Lucas flew to Siargao on March 28 to enjoy the vibe of the island.

In the viral post on Friday, Davila was shocked on safety issues surfing in Siargao after her son David had an accident.

The journalist said her son came bloodied, with his rash guard ripped apart just half an hour of surfing with trainor Jocol Valerio, who suddenly dissappeared after showing her husband the sari sari store where to buy the Betadine, cotton and gauze.

"I have to say, I was in a moment of suspended disbelief. My husband immediately attended to my son, as they searched for a life guard, a medic or a small first aid station in Boardwalk Cloud 9 [ surfing site in General Luna, Siargao ]," Davila wrote.

"My son’s whole chest, was bleeding from crisscrossing abrasions with a deeper gash under the right rib, clearly from hitting the rocks on the shallow waters, his chin bruised and covered with blood, his right hand in cuts like that from a small knife," the veteran journalist added.

Beforehand, Davila specifically intructed Jocol, recruited by seasoned surfing instructor Junrey Taoy, to give special attention to David as he has challenges in coordination - being in the autism spectrum. Meanwhile, her younger son Lucas was assisted by Taoy.

Resort owners Dingdong and Mildred Pabillore came with a van and offered to bring them to the nearest hospital.

"At the municipal hospital in Dapa, there were no tetanus vaccines available. Mildred had to ask Junrey, Lucas’ trainer to take his motorcycle and buy Tetanus Toxoid & Tetanus Immunoglobin Vaccines, antibiotics and painkillers prescribed by the doctor. While there was a doctor and a nurse on duty, very helpful and attentive - there were no medicines. Foreigners were at the ER with us and I wondered, how do they attend to so many foreigners visiting the island with this set up?," Davila wrote.

Isla Cabana to Dapa

On the following day, Davila raised alarm bells over the set up in Cloud 9 to General Luna Mayor Jaime Rusillon. Among the major points for concern according to her are the following:

1. Anybody who surfs in Siargao can train in Siargao. Some of the trainers are habal habal drivers, who train on the side for extra income. The instructors have no professional certifications. No requirement to be certified. No system of vetting trainers. Anybody with a surf board, who wants to earn P500 an hour can train.

2. There are NO LIFE GUARDS on the beach. NOT ONE. The rising mecca of surfing, with hundreds in the water - and NOT ONE life guard to save tourists from possible drowning or injury.

3. There is NO FIRST AID CLINIC or trained medical personnel at the beach. Sari-sari stores sell Betadine, alcohol, cotton, gauze, tape - proof that injuries are quite common, with supply meeting demand. Problem is, they are able to sell the first aid meds but essentially don’t know who to assist you. In other words, “bahala ka na sa buhay mo”.

4. The attitude of some instructors on Cloud 9 is, “ay nasugatan”.... and stare at you like it’s absolutely natural. No panic, no rush, just local chit chat like it happens all the time, and it’s not that big a deal. Safety clearly isn’t top priority.

However, Rusillon gave several reasons why there were no clinic, nurse or lifeguard in the surfing site. “Karen, we're a 5th class municipality and we lack doctors, and we are not ready for the influx of tourists, we were shocked.”

Mayor Rusillon added, “Karen let me invite you to the Surfing competition this September, ayun, maraming nurse and life guard na ron, kompleto”

Davila was again shocked hearing the arguments from the mayor. She said, P1.2 billion was allocated for Siargao to improve infrastructure to boost tourism. She also recommended: "why not ask the resorts to chip in if you really don’t have the budget? With over 100 resorts in Siargao, imagine at P500 a month per resort, that’s P50,000 for a full time first aid clinic!"

Davila also called the attention of Siargao Island Surfers Association, Siargao Tourism Operators Association and Department of Tourism to act on the issue.

While her first visit to the island was traumatic but said she remain grateful. "My son is safe, others may not have been so lucky. Thank you to all the doctors, nurses and people who helped us along the way."

The viral post has amassed over 10,000 shares and 14,000 reactions as of press time.

— The Summit Express



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LIST OF PASSERS: OWWA Scholarship Exam Results for AY 2018-2019



MANILA, Philippines - (Updated April 20) The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA)'s Education for Development Scholarship Program (EDSP) and Congressional Migrant Workers Scholarship Program (CMWSP) exam results for academic year AY 2018-2019 are officially released online on Friday, April 20, 2018. View on this page for the list of qualifiers (passers) and topnotchers.

LIST OF PASSERS: OWWA Scholarship Exam Results for AY 2018-2019

The qualifying exams were conducted by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) on October 15, 2017.

The EDSP is a scholarship grant offered to qualified beneficiaries or dependents of active OWWA members who intend to enroll in a 4-5 year baccalaureate course in any preferred colleges or universities. It shall be in the form of financial assistance amounting to a maximum of P 60,000.00 per school year.

EDSP is being offered to incoming freshmen and those already enrolled in college who have met the age and academic requirements.

At least 1,000 EDSP slots are now up for grabs after OWWA amended its provision earlier this year to increase the number of its beneficiaries from 200 in 2016. (UPDATE: OWWA named the Top 400 qualifiers for EDSP.)

Meanwhile, the Congressional Migrant Workers Scholarship Program (CMWSP) is extended to deserving migrant workers and or their immediate descendants who intend to pursue 4 or 5 year courses in the priority fields in Science and Technology. Educational assistance is P 60,000.00/year funds from the PCSO.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF AY 2018-2019 EDSP and CMWSP qualifiers (passers)

TOP 400 EDSP EXAMINEES

NO. NAME PROVINCE
1 ABDAO, REGINA CIARA SUNGA METRO MANILA
2 ABESAMIS, BRYAN KENT SENOBIN ILOILO
3 ABRAGAN, CLYDE CEDRICK DUYAG CEBU
4 ACAB, FROIAN ISAAC SAUDI/ALKH
5 ACAPULCO, GEORGE III DIMAANO MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL
6 ACASIO, SYDNY YARTE SOUTHERN LEYTE
7 ACAYAN, JASMIN JOY JALCON METRO MANILA
8 ACEBO, PATRICIA RETAMAR CAVITE
9 ACHAZO, MARK JOSEPH SUELA SOUTH COTABATO
10 ADDUCUL, ANGELICA MADRIGAL ORIENTAL MINDORO
11 ADVINCULA, JONA MAE PONESTO CAMARINES SUR
12 AGCAOILI, JOHNCEL FLOR AGBAYANI METRO MANILA
13 AGUINALDO, MYKE JASAN FERNANDO BULACAN
14 ALARCON, PAULA RIZA DE JURAS LAGUNA
15 ALAURIN, KRISTEEN JOYCE NAIRA CAMARINES SUR
16 ALCANTARA, LEOPOLD STEPHEN CORTES MISAMIS ORIENTAL
17 ALIGA, PHILIP JOSHUA SIMON ILOCOS NORTE
18 ALIVIO, JOSHUA EMMANUEL DAQUILANEA METRO MANILA
19 ALJAS, KARA MARI VIDAL NEGROS ORIENTAL
20 ALJENTERA, JOICE SORSANO SOUTH COTABATO
21 ALMARIO, JIRAH GRACE MASALUNGA METRO MANILA
22 ALMENDRAS, ALEN GABRIELLE MACAISA METRO MANILA
23 AMIGABLE, YVES ANOREI RABAGO SOUTH COTABATO
24 AMOL, ANNJELA JANNA GAYUTIN ORIENTAL MINDORO
25 ANCHETA, MICHAEL ANGELO POBLADOR SOUTH COTABATO
26 ANNOBI, RAMI RECREO SAUDI/RYD
27 APOSTOL, JADE EDISON BATARA CAVITE
28 APOSTOL, LAILANNIE RICAMARA MARINDUQUE
29 AQUINO, HANNAH MAE VALDERAMA ILOCOS NORTE
30 AQUINO, STEPHEN KYLE MACALALAD LAGUNA
31 ARAMBULA, JHIELO BELANDRES ILOILO
32 ARCILLA, HONEYLAINE OJASTRO METRO MANILA
33 AREJOLA, KHAYLLA KHOLEEN IGNACIO BULACAN
34 ARELLANO, ROSE NICOLE BALTAZAR SAUDI/ALKH
35 ARENAS, ALYSSA SARAH ESPELETA BATANGAS
36 ARIOLA, JONAS LUSTANAS METRO MANILA
37 ASPIRAS, DALE NIKOLAS LIJAUCO LAGUNA
38 ATIENZA, KHRYSTINE ZHANELLE BATAAN
39 AVENDAÑO, JENNAH MARIE TE METRO MANILA
40 AVILA, JOINA MAE DE GUZMAN PANGASINAN
41 AVILA, TRACY VEM ILIGAN METRO MANILA
42 AYATON, PAMELA DOMINIQUE LAGUNA
43 AYCARDO, CAMILLE KIMBERLY ALA ALBAY
44 BACAYO, JV NICOLE PAUSAL MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL
45 BACOLOT, RAPHAEL MATTHEW FIEL CEBU
46 BALASABAS, GEULA BELLE VILLAFLORES METRO MANILA
47 BALDEMOR, BIANCA YSABELLE MARSO METRO MANILA
48 BALINO, RUSSEL CHRISTIAN MATRO METRO MANILA
49 BANAAG, KRISTIN ALANE CASTILLO CEBU
50 BAQUIAL, SHEKINAH MAE LIQUIGAN AGUSAN DEL NORTE
51 BASA, VINCE LENNON ESTIGOY LA UNION
52 BASHEER, REEM ANGELI RODRIGUEZ KALINGA
53 BASILIO, KLARIZ DANIELLE ZAPATA PAMPANGA
54 BATISLAONG, EDRIAN CHRISTIAN CASILDO NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
55 BAUTISTA, ELAISSA BERANA BATANGAS
56 BAUTISTA, YOHBEL MONTESCLAROS LEYTE
57 BAUTISTA, YSABEL NICOLE CAPARAS LAGUNA
58 BEJASA, NELL CHARISSE AMEERA MALABANAN SAUDI/ALKH
59 BELGERA, KIM PAULTER SEACOR SOUTH COTABATO
60 BELORO, JOHN DARYL LOPEZ CAMARINES SUR
61 BENDALI-AN CHRISTINE ABEGAIL SORIANO NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
62 BIDAURE, JYRA HOPE SIVA ILOILO
63 BIEN, SOFIA CARMELA HOMBREBUENO LAGUNA
64 BISA, ADELEINE JOY MANGUBAT ORIENTAL MINDORO
65 BISCOCHO, JOHN CARLO NOHAY BATANGAS
66 BOCADO, MARTINA JOYCE ANNE CRUZ METRO MANILA
67 BOLEN, CHARENE KAYE ROA METRO MANILA
68 BOLISAY, JERICHO ROI NESON LAGUNA
69 BORJA, DANTE JR. GONZAGA AGUSAN DEL NORTE
70 BORJA, MICHELLE MONTEBON CEBU
71 BOSTON, MARY JOYCE FRUELDA ROMBLON
72 BRAVO, MIKHU ANGELO SEVILLA LANAO DEL NORTE
73 BRIONES, VERA EMILY MACASAET BATANGAS
74 BRIOSO, CATHERINE DOMINIQUE METRO MANILA
75 BUENAVENTURA, KEAN MOISES AROCENA LAGUNA
76 BUENAVENTURA, KRISTLE ANGELA TIANGA METRO MANILA
77 BUSALLA, ESHLY PAPACOY DAVAO DEL SUR
78 CABARDO, DANIEZEL IVANA IDA ILOILO
79 CABELLO, CIARA ABEGAIL TORINO BATANGAS
80 CABELLO, MELO MAR YADAWON METRO MANILA
81 CADINGLA, ROLDAN BANDONILL BENGUET
82 CAINHOG, AIKEN RAPHAEL LABIS MISAMIS ORIENTAL
83 CAINOY, YDRAZILLE HANS CERNA AGUSAN DEL NORTE
84 CALATA, BLAIZE ANNE PALABRICA ILOILO
85 CALICA, IAN MATHEW ABUBO LA UNION
86 CALMA, KAREN CABALU PAMPANGA
87 CALMA, WILNA MERCURIO METRO MANILA
88 CALORACAN, CHARLENE LAGONSIN BULACAN
89 CALVEZ, LOUISSE MARIE CLORIBEL LAGUNA
90 CALVO, MIKE JOSEPH LOPEZ LEYTE
91 CAMARA, FLETCHER GYB GUNDAYAO SORSOGON
92 CAMILA, JERILYN SHAINE REGINO SAUDI/ALKH
93 CANONIGO, MOHAMMAD RAFI TAHIR SOUTH COTABATO
94 CAPITULO, JONNIL ANAY CAMARINES SUR
95 CAPUYAN, PATRICIA ANTONETTE GARCIA METRO MANILA
96 CARBON, LEMROD JOSHUA DIGNADICE SOUTH COTABATO
97 CARIDAD, JOHN ASIRRH BALAOS METRO MANILA
98 CASAÑA, PATRICK VISTA DAVAO DEL NORTE
99 CASTILLO, JANINE LORCA BENGUET
100 CASTILLO, JOSE ALEJO TERRESTRE CAPIZ
101 CASTONES, SORENE TIANGCO SURIGAO DEL NORTE
102 CASTOR, GEORGE EDIAH RAMOS BATANGAS
103 CASTRO, ALTHEA DEOSSA GAMOSO TARLAC
104 CASTRO, JOSHUA ANTHONY ARSUA SAUDI/ALKH
105 CATALUÑA, ELISHAH MEI DEGAMO AGUSAN DEL NORTE
106 CATAPANG, MIKAELLA MANLOGON BATANGAS
107 CENAL, JNEL CYDRICK CAUMBAN ILOILO
108 CENDAÑA, JULIENE MALERNA ABRIGO PANGASINAN
109 CENTINA, GIL CHRISTIAN TABUNGAR WESTERN SAMAR
110 CEPCON, KENNETH JOSEPH LUCES METRO MANILA
111 CERCADO, FAITH TRISHA TONOGBANUA NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
112 CHAVEZ, NAOMI PORTIA LLANTO BATANGAS
113 CINCO, MARIA LALLENE MONTESCLAROS CEBU
114 CIPRIANO, PATRICIA MARIE CRUZ BULACAN
115 COCOS, TIMOTHY EDSON SORIANO SAUDI/ALKH
116 CONGE, KIRSTEN JEAN MENDOZA CAVITE
117 CORPUZ, ANGEL CRMELLA MANAT NUEVA VIZCAYA
118 CORREA, GIAN ANDRE FRAYNA SORSOGON
119 CORVERA, MARK BRYAN BERLON SAUDI/RYD
120 CRUZ, STEPHANIE ANN MARIE LAGUNA
121 CU, KYLE GRIFFIN ESTRERA CEBU
122 CUASAY, IAN KRISTOFER BIBLANIAS SAUDI/ALKH
123 CUESTA, JOSHUA THERELL SAYOS SAUDI/ALKH
124 DANIOT, ELLAH MAE MARTINEZ ORIENTAL MINDORO
125 DAPLAS, MARK JACOB GARCIA PAMPANGA
126 DATU, JOHN JONATHAN TROY T. LEON SAUDI/RYD
127 DAVID, ALYANNA VILAN YUTUC PAMPANGA
128 DAVID, JULLIE ANN LOMOYA METRO MANILA
129 DAVID, NICOLE MAE MARASIGAN CAVITE
130 DAYAO, MARIA ALEXANDRA LUMAGUE METRO MANILA
131 DAYRIT, PATRICIA DANILLE VERGARA SAUDI/ALKH
132 DE LA CRUZ, JESPER MACEDA LEYTE
133 DE LA CRUZ, REENA YSABELA ROJAS CATANDUANES
134 DE VILLA, PATRIC AARON RONEL RAZON CAVITE
135 DELA CRUZ, ANGELA FAITH DE CASTRO METRO MANILA
136 DELA CRUZ, JOHN MATTHEW ABRIA PAMPANGA
137 DELA CRUZ, LLOYD WALLYS MAMAY AKLAN
138 DELA PENA, IRAH JEWEL VERSOZA METRO MANILA
139 DELA PEÑA, MA. JENNAH LHAINE MENDOZA LAGUNA
140 DELA PUERTA, KYLA MITZY GONZALES LAGUNA
141 DELGADO, JAHANN PATRICK GALERO METRO MANILA
142 DELOS REYES, ELIJAH QUINTO METRO MANILA
143 DENIÑA, HARLEY ANGELO AGUILA CAMARINES SUR
144 DIAZ, DEN MARC DELA TORRE CAMARINES NORTE
145 DIESTRO, SHARLENE EVE FURTO METRO MANILA
146 DILDIG, MARCO ANGELO CALINDAS ILOCOS SUR
147 DIMACALI, PRECIOUS ABIGAIL GOMEZ PAMPANGA
148 DISABELLE, VINCENT DINO JUNGCO ZAMBALES
149 DOGENO, KIM DALE BERDIN ILOILO
150 DOROJA, VICTOR V CANDA METRO MANILA
151 DORONILA, DAN HUGHBERT PEREGRINO CAVITE
152 DULAY, DAVID AUDREY HIDALGO LA UNION
153 DUMLAO, DUNAMIS RUTH AMON BENGUET
154 DURAN, LAURENCE JADE CAYANONG SOUTH COTABATO
155 DUSARAN, MA. MICHAELLA ALAIR NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
156 ECLARINAL, LORRAINE PEÑA CAMARINES SUR
157 EGAR, ALLEN FERDINAND COSTALES LA UNION
158 EGSAN, KENDAL RHODE DOKINES BENGUET
159 ELOGADA, EPHRAIM SACALAMITAO PAMPANGA
160 ENCLONAR, KIMBERLY NAZARENO COMPOSTELA VALLEY
161 ESGUERRA, LEANA MYLENE CORPUZ LA UNION
162 ESPELITA, TRISHA ANNE SANCHEZ SURIGAO DEL SUR
163 ESTAMPADOR, FRANZ ROBERT FORTALEZA ILOILO
164 ESTRELLA, NICOLE GACOSCOS ILOCOS SUR
165 FACSOY, SCARLET GWEN CHOPCHOPEN BENGUET
166 FALLER, NICOLAS JR. BRACAMONTE WESTERN SAMAR
167 FIESTA, MARTIN JES TRABADO SOUTH COTABATO
168 FIGUEROA, PETRONILO III DELA CRUZ METRO MANILA
169 FLORALDE, RENDERIZZAH ALBERTO CATANDUANES
170 FLORES, LIAMAR ELIJAH GABRIEL METRO MANILA
171 FORMOSO, PATRICK JOHN LAZARO PANGASINAN
172 FRANCISCO, MA. MYLES AINA DELA CRUZ AKLAN
173 FRILLES, JOSE ERNESTO DIAZ SORSOGON
174 FULGENCIO, CESAR JR. SADO METRO MANILA
175 GACEJA, KENNETH VILLONA BULACAN
176 GALAURA, JUNNIL SIMON LADARAN CAVITE
177 GALICIA, MARK LESTER CARMONA BULACAN
178 GALON, CHRISTIAN BRENT NACINO DAVAO DEL NORTE
179 GAPPE, FRANCIS MATHEW MARQUILENCIA ILOILO
180 GARCIA, ANGELU FERDINAND ABAS MISAMIS ORIENTAL
181 GARNACE, PETER LOUISE DELA CRUZ AKLAN
182 GATILA, SHEENA MOÑEDERA ANTIQUE
183 GEORSUA, MARY CATHERINE BARBON METRO MANILA
184 GONZAES, CHRISTINE JOY DELA CRUZ BENGUET
185 GONZAGA, ANGEL MARIE EATA SAUDI/RYD
186 GONZALES, MARINELL MORAPA BATANGAS
187 GUARDIANO, KELLY MARIE MACATULAD METRO MANILA
188 GUEVARA, EULA TISHA KATE IBARRETA CAMARINES SUR
189 GUMBAN, RALPH JOHN SERAFICO ZAMBALES
190 HABANA, EDRAE JASMINE HABOC SORSOGON
191 HADJIBATA, ALJASER JAMAANI ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
192 HERALDO, LENARD FERNANDEZ CAMARINES NORTE
193 HIBAYA, GLYMER FERNANDEZ MISAMIS ORIENTAL
194 HINAYON, ABBY DALE GENERALE CEBU
195 HOMICILLADA, EUAN DRAEKO ELI TITULAR ILOILO
196 HONRADO, JAMES KARL GISALAN LAGUNA
197 HUARDE, SOPHIA ALEXIS BEA SORSOGON
198 HUGO, HANNA VANESSA ECHALUSE METRO MANILA
199 IBAÑEZ, JOHN BARRY MAKINANO AGUSAN DEL NORTE
200 JALLORINA, ETHAN GILBRETH MARZAN NUEVA VIZCAYA
201 JANDAYAN, JHANE INAH LIMOSNERO DAVAO DEL SUR
202 JARIN, MIKE ALVIN JAY RAMOS CAVITE
203 JAVIER, JAMES JOEYMAR PEREZ SAUDI/RYD
204 JIMENEZ, SOPHIA ANGELA DESIERTO METRO MANILA
205 JOSECO, JON RIC ARABEJO ILOILO
206 JUACHON, MARIA JANINE LEAÑO BATAAN
207 JULHANI, ALDREANA ECHANO CAVITE
208 JUVAGAR, LYRA JOY BARBOSA LAGUNA
209 LABANES, CLARESE SAMONTE METRO MANILA
210 LACBAYEN, IVAN LOUIS FOLLERO LAGUNA
211 LACSON, DONALD TRISTAN LACCAY METRO MANILA
212 LADAGA, JOHN IVAN ADORNADO METRO MANILA
213 LAHOYLAHOY, RYN REBLE LANAO DEL NORTE
214 LAMSEN, VALERIE ORIOLA LAGUNA
215 LANO, PHOEBE ROSE DEL ESPIRITU ORIENTAL MINDORO
216 LAPUZ, PATRICIA MAE ERASMO METRO MANILA
217 LARA, NICOLE KYLIE DUNAN SAUDI
218 LEAÑO, KATHLEEN DELA PASION SAUDI/ALKH
219 LEGASPI, KENNETH AMBROCIO BATAAN
220 LEYVA, CORINNE ALEXIS MOLLENO METRO MANILA
221 LIMBAGA, NEIL JOSHUA PARPAN CEBU
222 LIMPIADA, JOSE PAOLO NAYAT LAGUNA
223 LIMPIN, ADRIAN RAFAEL DOMINGO METRO MANILA
224 LITONJUA, AARON SAUDI/RYD
225 LLADONES, CHRISTIAN GRACE JESSICA FACTOR CAMARINES NORTE
226 LLOVIA, RIO RUBY DAGALEA LEYTE
227 LOARES, ABIGAIL MALVAR METRO MANILA
228 LOGMAO, JENINA MOLATO METRO MANILA
229 LOPEZ, LLOYD REINIER MAGSINO BATANGAS
230 LOZANO, AUGUSTINE GERARD LIM METRO MANILA
231 LOZANO, JAN KREINDEL VARGAS BULACAN
232 LUANSING, RANDELLE MOYA BATANGAS
233 LUCMAN, NUR MOHAMMAD GANDAMRA LANAO DEL SUR
234 MACARAEG, KIM ANDRE SILANG LAGUNA
235 MADRIAGA, SAMUEL CAPUNO LAGUNA
236 MAGCALING, KHRUSHCHEV CREUS CAVITE
237 MAHINAY, JIAN SOLA RIZAL
238 MALLARE, NIC FRANZ FERNANDO ILOILO
239 MANIA, DEXTER JAMES UNABIA METRO MANILA
240 MANLAPAZ, JHELYN CALDITO LA UNION
241 MANTILLA, MARIENNE LEIGH REQUIRON DAVAO DEL SUR
242 MANUEL, REBELLE MALICSI MISAMIS ORIENTAL
243 MAPUE, SEAN ROSS LIGAYA CAVITE
244 MEDELLIN, HERWIN PAGTAKHAN CAVITE
245 MENDIOLA, ANGELO SANTOS PAMPANGA
246 MENDOZA, ALFRE ANIANA GOZON BATAAN
247 MENDOZA, CEDRICK EDGAR ALVAREZ BENGUET
248 MENDOZA, CHRISTIAN BOLASOC METRO MANILA
249 MERCADO, IAN EIMERSON BELLA LAGUNA
250 MERENCILLO, JAN ITHIEL SERAFICA METRO MANILA
251 MILLARE, JOSE ALFONSO OLAYON ALBAY
252 MIRANDA, JOSHUA LUIS OBERIANO CAVITE
253 MONTEMAYOR, JOREYNZ AVELLANA SURIGAO DEL SUR
254 MOPADA, JASON BARBA ILOILO
255 MORATIN, GIOBELLE CHUA PAMPANGA
256 MORELOS, FRANCIS RHOEN FERNANDO BULACAN
257 MORETO, DAN MITCHELLE CUYUGAN LAGUNA
258 MUROS, CARMELAINE AGUILAR ROMBLON
259 NACHOR, EDELLYNE MARIE LORZANO BATANGAS
260 NARBAY, MARK DANIEL RIZAN SAUDI/RYD
261 NARTEA, GIAN DACONO SAUDI/ALKH
262 NEBIAR, JOAQUIN VICTOR SUMBILLO ILOILO
263 NECOR, SOPHIA YSABEL GANALON METRO MANILA
264 NONES, DIVINE JOY ELIZARDE LA UNION
265 OBAY, JOSHUA RAE PELINGON METRO MANILA
266 OBEJUELA, DIANNE FAYE TONDO ILOILO
267 OLBOC, JEMILINE PASCUA BATANGAS
268 OLI, JILLIAN KIRSTEN SALIGUMBA SAUDI/ALKH
269 OLIAMOT, JOHN GLEN ALCUIZAR CEBU
270 OLLER, JOHARAH BIANCA GACUTAN METRO MANILA
271 OMEGA, SHANIA ANTIPUESTO CEBU
272 ONGGOCAN, TONY COLICOL ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
273 ONTOG, MARICRIS OCBINA ALBAY
274 OPEN, BELLE ALYANA BAZAR MISAMIS ORIENTAL
275 ORTIGUERRA, BRANDON POLO PINILI BATAAN
276 PACULBA, KEVIN JAMES DONAYRE CEBU
277 PAGUIO, JOHN REI ALVAREZ BATAAN
278 PALAD, SOPHIA MASAGCA BATAAN
279 PANAY, DENISE RIVERA LA UNION
280 PANES, ARIELLE DE LEON LA UNION
281 PARCON, MA. VICTORIA TOMAS CAVITE
282 PASCUA, DARYEN RYLE ANICETO NUEVA VIZCAYA
283 PASCUA, IAN JAMES ENCARNACION METRO MANILA
284 PASCUA, KATRIN MICAELA BALMORES METRO MANILA
285 PASTOR, ETHEL JOYCE DARUNDAY DAVAO DEL SUR
286 PASTORAL, EMMANUEL JAMES FERNANDEZ RIZAL
287 PASTORIZA, JOSHUA ESCALERA DAVAO DEL SUR
288 PATACSIL, PATRICK JOHN ALEJANDRO LA UNION
289 PEÑALOSA, KEVIN CLOYD MORALES PAMPANGA
290 PEREZ, ERICKA MHAE CELESTE CAVITE
291 PEROY, LIND HOWELLE SALAMANTE SOUTH COTABATO
292 PETIL, KATHLYNN ALEXANDRIA GONZAGA AGUSAN DEL NORTE
293 POCSON, FRANZ KYLLE HARANI LEYTE
294 PRE, GIAN PAULO MONTERO ILOCOS SUR
295 PRIANES, MA. CONNIE VALENZUELA ALBAY
296 PULAN, JESSON PARAY DAVAO DEL SUR
297 PUNZALAN, VICKI MARIE VIRTUDAZO CAVITE
298 PUSTA, JONORRY BRYAN CERNA BOHOL
299 PUTAN, CARLO KYLE OLARTE RIZAL
300 QUILAO, RYLAN BRIEL JOSEF CABILLON BATANGAS
301 QUIMEN, CYRALYN HERIA LEYTE
302 QUINING, MARC FERDINAND SALAZAR ISABELA
303 QUIRONG, KHISSA LOUISE SUMAHIT ILOILO
304 RADJAC, ALYSA JOY BULADAS LANAO DEL NORTE
305 RADUBAN, JULIAN VICTOR AQUINO LAGUNA
306 RAMOS, ADRIAN DENILA LA UNION
307 RAMOS, FEDIS JOYCE MARANAN QUEZON
308 RASONABE, JAKYLA BLESSIE DAG-UMAN LAGUNA
309 REALIZAN, JOHNDES GERARD VILLACRUZ METRO MANILA
310 REBATO, JOELLE MARIE BONTIA SURIGAO DEL SUR
311 RECATE, NOVY MAE MADRID ILOILO
312 REGALADO, LORIE JOY DADULO MISAMIS ORIENTAL
313 REMORERAS, EMERETTE JEANNE SARMIENTO BOHOL
314 REYES, EZEKIEL VARON METRO MANILA
315 REYES, SOPHIA CATHERINE GARGANTA METRO MANILA
316 RIÑON, ELA MAE ARCAYERA ALBAY
317 RIVERO, CLARENCE VILLE BACANI ISABELA
318 RIZAN, HEZEKIAH JOHN VALLEJO AKLAN
319 ROSALES, JOEY ROSALES BATANGAS
320 ROSALES, JOHN NIKOLAI MORALES SURIGAO DEL SUR
321 ROSAUPAN, MONAH PEARL LANANTE BILIRAN
322 ROSE, JOSHUA STEVEN CORDOVA AKLAN
323 ROSILLOSA, KRISTINA RHEAN CATIPAY SAUDI/ALKH
324 ROTAS, ALYZA JOYCE AQUINO ZAMBALES
325 RUBIS, KATHLEEN JOY CASTILLO ALBAY
326 RUEDAS, PANCHO CUEVAS LA UNION
327 SABATE, ELIZABETH ISIDRO ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
328 SALABE, JEFFREY SANCHEZ AGUSAN DEL NORTE
329 SALADAGA, REAHLAIZA TIMTIM LANAO DEL NORTE
330 SALANGA, CARL DANIEL VILLAMAYOR RIZAL
331 SALANGA, RUSSELL MARIE ADVINCULA SOUTH COTABATO
332 SALAYOG, JUSTIN GLENN GUEVARA PANGASINAN
333 SALCEDO, DONMARC BRYAN CRUIZ LAGUNA
334 SALENGA, CHARLES CHRISTIAN ONTE BATANGAS
335 SALIGUMBA, CHARISSE JAGONOB NORTH COTABATO
336 SAMANIEGO, CHARISE ALVYNE VILCHES ILOILO
337 SAMILLANO, JENICA SENDIN LAGUNA
338 SAN ANDRES, MARION GENE SEMINIANO CAVITE
339 SAN PABLO, CHRISTER SELGAS AGUSAN DEL NORTE
340 SANDAJAN, EMMANUEL JOSH SIMEON BATAAN
341 SANGKULA, INTISAR UMDA ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
342 SANNADAN, SOLO ALACAR KALINGA
343 SANTIAGO, SOPHIA LEWREN CABALCE BENGUET
344 SANTOS, ANGELIQUE ROSE BELGA BATAAN
345 SANTOS, JOHN DANIEL LACSON LAGUNA
346 SANTOS, KYLE RYAN MOLINA CAVITE
347 SANTOS, LEE ROMNEY SALVADOR BATAAN
348 SARILI, LEOVYLE LOJARES CAMARINES SUR
349 SARIPADA, SHEREEN IBRAHIM SAUDI/ALKH
350 SEVERO, RONALD AUSTIN BALLEBAR CAMARINES SUR
351 SIMSUANGCO, JAZMIN MARIE VILLAJUAN BULACAN
352 SINGSON, ZASKIA VIOL ALMELOR LANAO DEL NORTE
353 SOBRETODO, NARY EDRIANNE CODILLA AGUSAN DEL NORTE
354 SOLANO, JOWEEN FERNADEZ AKLAN
355 SOLATORIO, MYLES ANTONETTE ROLLON SOUTH COTABATO
356 SOLOMON, DYANNA FRANSELLE ALMEDILLA PALAWAN
357 SOLOSA, NIMROD BAUTISTA PANGASINAN
358 SUPOCH, ALES LEMUEL BACUD CAGAYAN
359 SUYAO, CLOEI ANTONETTE PASTOR ILOILO
360 TAN, BRIAR ROSE VALENCIA SAUDI/RYD
361 TAÑAS, ALYSSA GRACE MITRA QUEZON
362 TARAPE, FATIMA JOYCE CUISON PANGASINAN
363 TAVU, LADY EDRONALEE JAMELA METRO MANILA
364 TERO, CELES PATRICIA ABLOG MISAMIS ORIENTAL
365 TIONGCO, SAM JEFFREY BITAO BENGUET
366 TOLENTINO, ALLIAH JOY SANTOS BULACAN
367 TOMAS, THERESE JULES PATTUGALAN METRO MANILA
368 TORDILLO, LANELLE VILLABRILLE CEBU
369 TORNALEJO, CATHLEEN ANNE BERNADAS ILOILO
370 TORRECAMPO, HANNAH RAE PENECHE METRO MANILA
371 TRINIDAD, DANIEL NICOLAS METRO MANILA
372 TRINIDAD, MARSEILLE FRANCINE BALCERA NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
373 TUPAZ, DENNIS CLYDE PEPITO AGUSAN DEL NORTE
374 UBAÑA, RENNIEL VALENZUELA CAMARINES NORTE
375 UBAY, GUY GENESIS INOCENCIO PANGASINAN
376 UDALBE, DOMIN JR. CAPUYAN AGUSAN DEL SUR
377 ULANDAY, JAHRA RUZZ ZARATE LAGUNA
378 UMANDAL, JOEL CATIIL LAGUNA
379 UMLAS, CYRINE JOY GARCIA METRO MANILA
380 USMAN, BABY FATMA SUCCOR MAGUINDANAO
381 VALDE, SOPHIA NICOLE ELIZAGA LANAO DEL NORTE
382 VALENCIA, PATRICIA GERALDINE GAERLAN CAMARINES NORTE
383 VEGA, ABIJAH LABRADOR CAGAYAN
384 VELASQUEZ, MARIA GERALDENNE ALMEDA BATANGAS
385 VENTURA, KERREN JOY GIRAO ILOILO
386 VERCELES, AUBRIE SORIANO METRO MANILA
387 VILELA, KIM HARVY ROSALES BATANGAS
388 VILLALON, JOHN MARK MOLABOLA METRO MANILA
389 VILLANUEVA, ALLEN CHRISTIAN DE VEGA METRO MANILA
390 VIRTUDAZO, ZELLYN MAE NAVARES MISAMIS ORIENTAL
391 VITANZOS, ALIANNA YSABEL SALAZAR BATAAN
392 WANCE, HAZIEL RUTH PISAY BENGUET
393 YAP, MARIA ANGELICA PACALIOGA MISAMIS ORIENTAL
394 YRAY, JOHANNA CES BAHOYAN NEGROS ORIENTAL
395 YU, JOSHREL JOSEPH TAN METRO MANILA
396 YULO, EMILLE CEIEL LANE NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
397 YUZON, AERHON MANANSALA PAMPANGA
398 ZENAROSA, GHIELEN CASIAO CAMARINES NORTE
399 ZULUETA, DAEZEL BUNDALIAN SAUDI/RYD
400 ZUÑIGA, GIANELLA CARLA AGUDONG CAGAYAN

Source: EDSP

TOP 50 CMWSP EXAMINEES

NO. NAME PROVINCE
1 ABDUHARA, ROHINA AMIL SULU
2 ABDULAJID, IMTINANN ASAN BASILAN
3 ABLEN, DANICA MORENO CEBU
4 ANDAYA, JENNIFER KATE FARNICAN MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
5 ARANI, AHMAD RIDHA MISAH SULU
6 BALLOGAN, ARYSTON HANGDAAN IFUGAO
7 BARUC, GERALD BULUSAN CAGAYAN
8 BELENO, AUBREY KIM GALERA ABRA
9 BELLEZA, CHERRY JOYCE BALLAO ABRA
10 BORILLO, JAMAICA MARYS AMBOYAT ABRA
11 CABINTO, JENIE BASING-AT BENGUET
12 CAPALLA, SCOTT BUQUID LAGUNA
13 CASIBANG, MARY GRACE SARDENG CAGAYAN
14 CASTRO, JUSTINE GALLARDE CEBU
15 CORPUZ, CHRISTIAN RIQUE PANGASINAN
16 DACUTAN, APRILENE BUSANIA QUIRINO
17 DEGWAY, FLORENCE MANGOMOC BENGUET
18 ERIA, FRANZES MAR DULDULAO QUIRINO
19 FACTORA, SHEKAINA BAYONA MAGUINDANAO
20 GASPAR, MARC NICOLE OBLEFIAS ISABELA
21 GEMENTIZA, RODA CURILAN DAVAO DEL SUR
22 GONZALES, FLORENCE ANGELOU MONTA DAVAO DEL SUR
23 HASSAN, NUR-HASNA BAKARIN BASILAN
24 HIDALGO, HARRY MATA ISABELA
25 JAINUL, NURHAYA KAPENG BASILAN
26 KIMBES, DIANNE SAMUELA MANZANO BENGUET
27 LAZAGA, DINA ROSE SUBIA ISABELA
28 LIBRE, JEAMRIC CALANSINGIN NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
29 LIM II, ABRAHAM VICTOR CABURIAN LA UNION
30 LIPAWEN, LORRAINE MAE PILAY MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
31 LLANOS, GIOVANNY EARL CAPISTRANO LAGUNA
32 MONES, JASMIN KATE BALADAD NUEVA VIZCAYA
33 ODATO, ROLAND LESTER ORQUIZA PANGASINAN
34 PAGUIO, ALTHEA MITCHELLE ORNILLO NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
35 PARBA, SHAINA GRACE GUZMAN AGUSAN DEL SUR
36 PEGEW, CRYSTAL FAITH NALUNNE BENGUET
37 PEPITO, AURA JADE RODRIGO CEBU
38 PONDEVIDA, GENEVIEV MALINDO LAGUNA
39 QUILLOPAS, PATRICK CHRISTIAN ILAGAN TARLAC
40 RENOMERON, ROMEL ALIMPOS DAVAO DEL NORTE
41 RESERVA, MARY ANGELIC GIMENA CEBU
42 SARMIENTO, JHO ANNE MARGARETTE CLEMENTE LAGUNA
43 SORIANO, CHRISTIAN LEANNE LUBIAN LA UNION
44 SUNDER, SHYAMELISSA CHAN CEBU
45 TALINGDAN, JODELEE BISNAN ABRA
46 TASANI, CHRISA MAE DELA CRUZ CAGAYAN
47 TEVES, WILLIAM JR. RAMOS QUIRINO
48 TORRE, ROSDINE CLARE ABELLA CEBU
49 TUGADE, ROBELLE BANIAGA PANGASINAN
50 VILLANUEVA, HANNAH AYESSA BELTRAN PANGASINAN

Source: CMWSP

OWWA SCHOLARSHIP EXAM TOPNOTCHERS

The list of top 10 passers is available here once announced online...

PREVIOUS EXAMINATIONS

In the 2014 and 2015 OWWA scholarship exam, results were released after six (6) months.

The top 200 EDPS passers out of 4,476 applicants in 2014 and 4,734 hopefuls in 2015 were selected.

UPDATES

Monitor this page for the announcement of results. You may also visit the official website of OWWA for more information.

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1 dead as speedboat capsized in Antique; mayor, 2 actresses, 6 others survived



MANILA, Philippines - One man died while 9 others, including a mayor and two actresses, survived after the speedboat going to Mararison island in Antique capsized on Maundy Thursday, March 29, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) confirmed in an ABS-CBN report.

1 dead as speedboat capsized in Antique; mayor, 2 actresses, 6 others survived
Pandan Mayor Jonathan Tan and 2 actresses among the survivors in the capsized boat in Antique | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Jonavin Jhey R Villalva

The driver of the boat Bennie Dable, 50, bodyguard and a relative of Pandan town Mayor Jonathan Tan, was drowned and declared dead on arrival at the hospital.

Among the survivors were actresses Bianca Manalo and Ehra Madrigal, who are friends with the mayor, and supposed to be toured by Tan in the beautiful island of Mararison.

Kapuso star Ehra Madrigal and Bb. Pilipinas Universe 2009 winner Bianca Manalo.
Kapuso star Ehra Madrigal and Bb. Pilipinas Universe 2009 winner Bianca Manalo.

Passengers of the capsized boat who were rescued also include Majel Tresche, 65; Madrigal's husband Tom Yeung, 47; Torebeo Barrentos, 41; an unidentified female; and 2 minors.

"The boat capsized at 10:50 a.m., they arrived in the shoreline at 1:45 p.m. Mayor Tan and Torebeo Barrentos swam for more than 2 hours going to the shoreline. Fishermen saw them and helped them. Mayor Tan went onboard a pumpboat and went back to where the boat capsized and checked on the situation of his friends," Jesus Aguirre Dioso, public relations officer of Pandan shared to ABS-CBN News.


Meanwhile, reports said that the boat was hit by strong waves causing the tragic incident.

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FULL LIST: SM, other malls schedule for Holy Week 2018 announced



MANILA, Philippines - SM Supermalls and other major malls in the country have released their schedule for today, March 29 to April 1 (Easter Sunday) for the Holy Week 2018 observance.

FULL LIST: SM, other malls schedule for Holy Week 2018 announced

Most of the establishments and malls will be CLOSED on March 29 (Maundy Thursday) and 30 (Good Friday).

RELATED ANNOUNCEMENTS

Check out on this page for the adjusted operating hours schedule of SM Supermalls, Robinsons Malls, Ever Gotesco Malls, Ayala Malls, Fisher Mall, Vista Mall and Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.

SM Malls Holy Week 2018 Schedule

In observance of the Holy week, all SM Supermalls (except SM Baguio, SM Puerto Princesa, and select tenants at SM Mall of Asia, SM by the BAY, S Maison, SM City San Pablo, SM City Calamba, SM City Sta. Rosa, and SM Marketmall Dasmarinas) will be closed on Maundy Thursday, March 29 and Good Friday, March 30.

SM Malls Holy Week 2018 Schedule

SM Malls Holy Week 2018 Schedule

SM Malls Holy Week 2018 Schedule

Regular mall hours schedule will resume on Black Saturday, March 31 except for SM Baguio and SM Novaliches (10:00 am-10:00 pm).

On Easter Sunday, April 1, Baguio branch will also operate from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.

ROBINSONS MALL SCHEDULE

Almost all Robinsons Malls will be closed on March 29 and 30, except for a number of branches that are operating on regular schedule, which is 10 am to 9 pm on Thursday.

ROBINSONS PLACE MANILA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

ROBINSONS MAGNOLIA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

ROBINSONS GALLERIA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

ROBINSONS TAGAYTAY

Regular mall hours from March 29, Maundy Thursday to April 1, Easter Sunday.

Non-food establishments open from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

EVER GOTESCO MALLS

Ever Commonwealth

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm

MANILA PLAZA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 9:30 am to 8:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: Closed
April 1, Easter Sunday: 9:30 am to 8:00 pm

AYALA MALLS

GLORIETTA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00am to 9:00 pm

TRINOMA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00am to 10:00 pm

AYALA VERTIS NORTH

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00am to 10:00 pm

GREENBELT

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm

ALABANG TOWN CENTER

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

MARKET! MARKET!

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

BONIFACIO HIGH STREET

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Open to selected dining establishments
March 30, Good Friday: Open to selected dining establishments
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm

AYALA CENTER CEBU

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

ABREEZA MALL

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

MARQUEE MALL

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

HARBOR POINT

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

CENTRIO MALL

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

UP TOWN CENTER

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

FAIRVIEW TERRACES

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

AYALA MALLS SOUTHPARK

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm

AYALA MALLS THE 30TH

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm

AYALA MALLS SERENDRA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm

AYALA MALLS SOLENAD

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

AYALA MALLS SERIN

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
March 31, Black Saturday: 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 9:00 am to 10:00 pm

AYALA MALLS LEGAZPI

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Open to selected dining establishments
March 30, Good Friday: Open to selected dining establishments
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

AYALA MALLS CIRCUIT LANE

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

AYALA MALLS CLOVER LEAF

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

AYALA MALLS MARIKINA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

AYALA MALLS FELIZ

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

THE DISTRICT IMUS

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

THE DISTRICT DASMARINAS

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

THE DISTRICT NORTH POINT

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

CITYMALL

CityMall-SCTEX will be open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm from March 29, Maundy Thursday to March 31, Black Saturday.

VISTA MALLS

VISTA MALL DAANG HARI

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 pm
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

VISTA MALL TAGUIG

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Regular mall hours
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: Regular mall hours
April 1, Easter Sunday: Regular mall hours

VISTA MALL STA. ROSA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

VISTA MALL PAMPANGA

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

VISTA MALL LAS PIÑAS

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

VISTA MALL BATAAN

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

VISTA MALL ANTIPOLO

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

FISHER MALL

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
March 30, Good Friday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

MEGAWORLD LIFESTYLE MALLS

EASTWOOD MALL

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

EASTWOOD CITY WALK

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 12:00 nn to 12:00 mn
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

NOTE: Some establishments are open on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday for Eastwood Mall and CityWalk.

FORBES TOWN

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

LUCKY CHINATOWN

March 29, Maundy Thursday: Closed
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

NEWPORT MALL

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 12:00 nn to 12:00 mn
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 12:00 mn
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 12:00 mn

TWIN LAKES

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 8 pm
March 30, Good Friday: 10:00 am to 8 pm
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 8 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 8 pm

UPTOWN BONIFACIO

March 29, Maundy Thursday: 10:00 am to 12 mn
March 30, Good Friday: Closed
March 31, Black Saturday: 10:00 am to 11 pm
April 1, Easter Sunday: 10:00 am to 10 pm

— The Summit Express



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