Daughter of jeepney driver graduates as valedictorian in Ateneo



MANILA, Philippines – A daughter of a jeepney driver, who is set to graduate as a valedictorian in a prestigious school shared a moving essay about social injustice, generosity and hope.
Daughter of jeepney driver graduates as valedictorian in Ateneo de Manila

Reycel Hyacenth Bendaña has a long list of accomplishments. Aside from being the president of the student council of Ateneo de Manila University, she is also 2018 Most Outstanding Jose Rizal Model Student of the Philippines Awardee, recipient of the 2019 Loyola Schools Awards for Leadership and Service Most Outstanding Individual.

To top it all off, she will graduate as Cum laude and Program Awardee for Management Economics and the Ateneo de Manila University Class 2019 Valedictorian.

Daughter of jeepney driver graduates as valedictorian in Ateneo de Manila
Photo Credit: Facebook/Hyacenth Bendaña

But her biggest accomplishment is more than these accolades. For Bendaña, her success is an example of rising from poverty to achieve her dreams of graduating in one of the best universities in the country.

She wrote on her qualifying essay for Valedictorian Selection, "There was never enough food on our table, my parents were not always regular employees, and as students, my sister and I had childhoods filled with promissory notes for delayed tuition fee payments."

Being a daughter of a jeepney driver, Bendaña learned to stand in frontlines of jeepney strikes. She talked about her struggles and social injustices she had faced. Her lola died after three hospitals turned them down because they didn't have money for the downpayment.

Bendaña's father is "jobless because the government phased out our jeepney in the name of hollow modernization, and even before the very policy for it was passed.”

As an ADMU scholar, Berdaña went on to talk about the sad reality of "poor children" having no equal opportunities. While she is lucky, she felt disappointed that her success was somehow dependent on other people's generosity.

Berdaña explained, "The success of one person should not depend on the virtue of another."

“Generosity is the exception, not the norm in this country," she added.

Bendaña continued that while she is grateful for someone's generosity that enabled him to study, she hoped that more can be done.

She explained, “Only in a generous Ateneo is it possible that the daughter of a jeepney driver from one of the most remote sitios in Bicol can aspire to their same education and heroism, too. If my story can help make Ateneo even more generous and, at the same time, help others go beyond generosity and act for systemic change, I know I am doing things right.”

Berdaña hopes that our country would provide more opportunities for underprivileged children to build their dreams.

She said, "Inequality in the Philippines means that there is a hill, and the rest is down from the hill. We must dream of something better than this."

In the end, the proud graduate offered her success to her family. Berdaña thanked her father "whose hard work taught me to never give up" and mother "whose ambition taught me to demand greater things than what my social limitations may allow."


— Sally, The Summit Express


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Epson PH reports 23% growth in 2018, to focus on B2B operations for bigger market share



With the recently concluded annual media thanksgiving event, Fusion 10, held in Boracay Island, Epson Philippines Corporation (EPC) shared its plans to build on new businesses, minimize dependence on mainstream product segments and optimize its B2B operations to maintain its bullish Philippine market share this 2019.

Last FY18, Epson Philippines posted an overall positive growth of 23%, topping FY17’s outstanding growth of 14%. In terms of product category, inkjet printers and scanners were the highest contributors at 70%, followed by point of sale (POS) and dot matrix printers at 14%, visual instruments at 11% and commercial & industrial products at 5%.

Epson PH reports 23% growth in 2018, to focus on B2B operations for bigger market share
Ed Bonoan, Epson General Manager for Marketing during the culmination night of Fusion 10 in Boracay Island.

As it enters a new fiscal year, Epson Philippines sets out to penetrate niche markets while enhancing its operations to better address the requirements of the B2B segment. In a series of presentations during Fusion 10, EPC presented its plans under the build initiative and dove deeper with focused presentations on printers and visual instruments.

“For Epson to become an indispensable company, we have to continue to move outside of our comfort zone and into a more progressive mindset—with obsession to details still deeply embedded in our DNA,” said Eduardo Bonoan, General Manager for Marketing, Epson Philippines Corporation.

“To add to our exceptional performance for inkjet printers and scanners, the FY18 performance for POS and dot matrix printers, visual instruments and commercial & industrial products tells us that this is the perfect opportunity to build the new foundation for Epson here in the Philippines,” Bonoan added.

Bonoan also noted the changing mindset of customers brought about by technological advancements. With technology enabling more personalized and real-time experiences, customers expect more from businesses.

Under the build initiative, Epson Philippines will focus more on Epson’s cutting-edge Replaceable Ink Pack System (RIPS), LIJ printers, scanners, label printers, mobile POS, CAD, signage and textile printers, as well as its high brightness projectors.

Epson PH reports 23% growth in 2018

Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to becoming indispensable to society by connecting people, things and information with its original efficient, compact and precision technologies. The company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearables and robotics.

Its corporate presence in the Philippines commenced in 1998 and grew rapidly into a billion-peso company in a span of a few years from its establishment due to its client-oriented approach in its business management style by its dedicated and innovative staff members and officers. Epson Philippines has an extensive network of 77 Authorized Service Centers nationwide with more than 200 dealers and more than 800 shops across the Country.

— Rein, The Summit Express


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NBA Finals: Raptors devour Warriors, seal Game 1



MANILA, Philippines – It’s very unusual for the Warriors to start the Finals in their away jerseys but this year, they travelled to Toronto for Game 1 to defend their title. But, the Raptors, led by defensive specialist, Kawhi Leonard, will be in their way to foil a potential Dubs-three-peat.

This is Raptors’ first ever trip to the finals since its league entry in 1995. As expected, bugs hit them with the first turnover of the game and Kawhi obtained his first personal foul within seconds after the tip off. Warriors on the other hand went to Steph Curry for the early lead.

NBA Finals: Raptors devour Warriors, seal Game 1
Kawhi Leonard’s 4th quarter explosion with the help of Pascal Siakam helped the Raptors secured Game 1 vs. Golden State Warriors | Photo Credit: Scroll.in

Toronto planned to take Game 1 by beating Golden State with its own game: 3 point shooting. True to that, the Raptors snatched the lead by dropping long bombs and even big man Marc Gasol had his fair share from the outside.

Good start for the home team, as the Raptors closed the opener with a 25-21 lead.

Demarcus Cousins started the 2nd quarter on the 5th spot for the Dubs after injuring his quads in game 2 of the Playoffs’ 1st round. Cousins will be a great reliever for Kevin Durant who is officially out of Game 1 due to a calf injury.

The lengthy forward has been bannering the sports news headlines recently with the rumors of him heading to New York after the season. Reports also state that KD has put his Bay Area home for sale and bought an apartment in NYC.

It had been a balanced scoring from both squads on the early phase of the 2nd period courtesy of the subs. Fred Van Vleet was in good shooting condition for the Raptors while the Warriors relied on Shaun Livingston offensively.

Golden State managed to grabbed the lead but it was just momentarily as Pascal Siakam worked his way in and out of the shaded lane to re-establish their advantage. However, Leonard got into foul trouble under 2 minutes of the second.

Raptors big men Gasol and Siakam had been instrumental in the 1st half with 14 and 12 points respectively as they headed to the dugout with a 10-point, 59-49 lead.

The halftime break didn’t cool Pascal Siakam down. The Most Improved Player of the Year candidate punished Draymond Green on the low post and drained deuces in the perimeter at the start of the 3rd quarter.

The Splash Brothers tried to make a comeback, made few good treys that lowered the Raptors lead to 6. But, Siakam was simply unstoppable in the interior that widened the gap anew mid in the third.

Pascal Siakam and Marc Gasol were pulled out in the dying minutes of the penultimate quarter that placed the Warriors within 7, 88-81.

Just like that, Toronto’s lead had gone down to just 3 at the beginning of the final quarter. Stats don’t lie, Warriors have the ability to overcome a hefty opponent lead in the 2nd half and the Raptors’ coaching staff was pretty aware of that.

Pascal Siakam was the only go-to-guy for Coach Nick Nurse in the 2nd half. Worse, Kyle Lowry who was quiet in this game got his 5th personal foul along with Marc Gasol.

Just as the Warriors gained their momentum, Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green finally showed up and brought the lead back up to double-digit that frustrated Golden State especially Klay Thompson who was slapped with a technical foul after throwing the ball to the referee.

Few more minutes later, the Raptors unleashed more points and Kyle Lowry put the nails in the coffin with a ringless three pointer to secure Game 1, 118-109.

Game 2 will still be in Toronto come Monday, June 3, 2019 at 8 AM (Philippine Time).

— Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express


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Teacher Nelma passes LET after 8 tries, shares inspiring story



MANILA, Philippines – A newly licensed teacher shared her inspiring story of determination after failing the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) several times.
Teacher Nelma passes LET after 8 tries, shares inspiring story

Nelma Dahimulla of Siasi, Sulu is over the clouds after she finally achieved her dream of being a licensed teacher. And while it's true that some dreams are easy to reach, it took Nelma 8 tries before finally achieving hers.

It took Teacher Nelma 8 tries before passing the LET
It took Teacher Nelma 8 tries before passing the LET | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Nelma Dahimulla

On Facebook, Nelma shared her inspiring story of how she never gave up hope despite hurt and disappointment of failing. The proud teacher shared that when she first failed the LET, she only got a score of 68. Nelma consoled herselt by saying, "Ah, wala to first time ko kasi kaya nanibago lang siguro tapos wala pang review."

But after failing the second, third time, it dawned on her how her failures affected herself and her family. Amidst heartbreak, she tried to hide the pain from her parents.

Nelma wrote, "Nakakadown talaga yung ganoon yung tipong paglabas ng result gusto mong umiyak sa harap ng parents mo at sabihin na bagsak kana naman kasi you can see in their faces kung gano sila kalungkot for you pero hindi tatawa lang ako at sabihin lang may exam pa naman ulit."

For Nelma, passing the LET meant not only pursuing her passion for teaching but a fulfillment of her parents dreams as well.

She said, "Kailangan ko bumangon hindi lang para sa mga taong gusto akong lumaban and sa mga taong naniniwala sa akin, like mga pamilya ko pero dahil pangarap namin ito. Gusto ko ito maachieve at mas maging proud pa ang parents ko sa akin at magawa ko ang gusto kong gawin that is to inspire other people through my profession."

Things changed when Nelma enrolled in a review center. Not only did she reviewed her lessons but she also had a change of outlook.

Nelma explained, "In [this review center], they don't just teach you lessons para sa exam but they also teach you how to trust and believe in yourself and Him."

It was then that Nelma became more confident when she took the LET for the eighth time.

Finally on May 25, 2019, Nelma achieved her once "unreachable dream." She recalled how with sweaty hands and slow internet connection, she finally found her name in the list of March LET Secondary level passers.

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While her heart soared in happiness, it was her mother's expression that made her happier.

Nelma wrote, "Priceless ang mukha nila. Iyon ang mas nagpasaya sakin kay sa sa result. Grabe sila. Kita mo pagka proud nila eh."

The proud LET passer thanked [review center] for helping. She also wished to inspire other LET "repeaters" to not give up.

Nelma wrote, "God has perfect plan for you. Don't lose hope, always have faith in you and of course sa kanya! Humingi ka sa kanya ibibigay niya iyan sa tamang panahon, 'di man ngayon, sa susunod baka ibigay nya na. Naghihintay lagi sya ng perfect timing para satin besh."

— Sally, The Summit Express


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Ninth placer in CPA licensure exam didn’t receive honors since elementary



There are people who have always been achievers even in their early years, oftentimes becoming consistent honor students from preschool to college. Then, they excel in the board exams and have a great career in the future. But there are also those who surprise many as they top the board exams even if they are not your typical ‘achievers’.
Ninth placer in CPA licensure exam didn’t receive honors since elementary

Take for example Jimwell I. Sitoy, 21, who recently landed in the ninth spot of the topnotchers in the Certified Public Accountants Licensure Examination (CPALE) held last May 12, 19, and 20, 2019. The aspiring CPA-lawyer was among the 1,699 who passed the May exam.

SEE ALSO: Aspiring businesswoman becomes a CPA-lawyer, inspires with story of success

But what makes his story quite impressive is that he had not received honors since elementary! Yet here he finished strong, ranking ninth in one of the most difficult licensure exams given by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC).

“Since elementary never have I received honor recognition. But I’m proud that I was a school writer, a debater, and a quiz bowler. All because I wanted to be someone,” he told Cebu Daily News.

The youngest of two siblings who hail from Cordova town in Cebu, Jimwell had always wanted to be a scholar so he could help his parents save on the costs of his education. But his municipal employee dad, Norgelito, had to take loans to send him to college because he was not accepted in the scholarships he applied for.

Ninth placer in CPA licensure exam didn’t receive honors since elementary
Photo credit: Jimwell I. Sitoy / Facebook

“I wanted to be a scholar but was never worthy. Papa has a stable job, which does not fit in the ‘low-income family household’ I guess. But Papa had to pull tons of loans to push me through college,” the young man shared.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from the University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue (UCLM), he did not immediately take the test in October 2018 as he felt he was not yet ready.

“I did self-review. But while reviewing, there really was no pressure at all, or at least I did not feel it. I wanted it (to pass) so bad to be honest,” he admitted.

He only dreamed of passing the board exam and becoming a CPA, yet he ranked ninth place, too! He now plans to find a job from a big company before proceeding to take up law.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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Gov’t workers violating work hours, loafing during office hours to face dismissal from service



MANILA, Philippines – The Civil Service Commission (CSC) reminds government workers to strictly follow their work schedule, particularly in observing government work hours as they could face dismissal from service for violation of the work hours.
Gov’t workers violating work hours, loafing during office hours to face dismissal from service

Through Memorandum Circular No. 1, series of 2017, the CSC reiterates the policy that all government workers, including heads of agencies and presidential appointees, have to follow when it comes to government work hours, tardiness in reporting for duty, loafing during office hours, and penalties for unauthorized absences.

“These acts are detrimental to public service thus we are reminding all government workers of all departments and agencies to render eight hours of work from Monday to Friday, or not less than 40 hours a week,” explained CSC Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala.

“Frequent unauthorized absences from duty during regular office hours constitute loafing, and it results in inefficiency and non-performance of duty which adversely affects the prompt delivery of service to the public.”

Field Work and Other Official Business

Not all government workers are assigned in an office setting; many are tasked to do field work. Even then, they are required to account for their work hours using proper forms.

Those who are attending seminars, trainings, and other official business also need to do the same.

But heads of agencies and other presidential appointees are also not exempted from rendering the required number of hours at work. While they are not required to punch in the bundy clock, they are similarly told to record their attendance, absences, and hours/days spent on official business.

Consequences of Violations

The CSC further warns: “Falsification or irregularities in the keeping of time records will render the officer or employee administratively liable without prejudice to criminal prosecution as the circumstances warrant.”

“An officer or employee in the civil service shall be considered habitually absent if one incurs unauthorized absences exceeding the allowable 2.5 days monthly leave credit under the Leave Law for at least three months in a semester or at least three consecutive months,” states Section 22, Rule XIV, Omnibus Rules Implementing Book V of Executive Order No. 292.

Frequent Unauthorized Absences (Habitual Absenteeism), Tardiness in Reporting for Duty, and Loafing from Duty During Regular Office Hours are considered as grave offenses. The consequences of violations pertaining to these offenses are the following: suspension of 6 months and 1 day or up to 1 year for the first offense and dismissal from service for the second offense.

“It is the duty of agency heads to ensure that all officers and employees under them will strictly observe the prescribed office hours,” dela Rosa-Bala added.

NOTE: pdf file available for download here.


— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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Bekimon passes LET, shares struggle with depression and mom’s death to inspire others



Remember Bekimon, the self-proclaimed ‘beki’ (gay) president of the Philippines? He is among the first internet sensations in the Philippines, going viral over videos that make use of the beki language in everyday conversation. He recently passed the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) but revealed that he had to struggle with depression and his mom’s death before finally coming to terms with his life.
Bekimon passes LET, shares struggle with depression and mom’s death

Struggles as a Kid

Bekimon’s real name is Bern Josep Persia; he hails from Oriental Mindoro. While he claims he isn’t a smart kid, he graduated from both elementary and high school as valedictorian because he was always inspired by his mother who had only finished Grade 6.

Bekimon passes LET, shares struggle with depression
Photo credit: GMA Public Affairs / YouTube

At 12 years old, he began to develop white spots on his skin. Because it started on his face, it was more difficult to hide. He was subjected to bullying because of the condition which was later diagnosed to be vitiligo. This greatly affected his self-esteem.

Bekimon passes LET, shares struggle with depression
Photo credit: GMA Public Affairs / YouTube

He would later overcome these difficulties, excelling in college and becoming popular as the vice president of the theater guild of Centro Escolar University (CEU). He graduated Cum Laude, got a job, and later became Bekimon.


Struggles as an Adult

His rise to fame as Bekimon gave him a break in showbiz, yet this did not last. He later fell into clinical depression but could not even go back home to seek help from his mother as he thought he could do it alone. Living in Sta. Rosa, Laguna by himself, he tried to take his own life three times, before finally realizing he needed his mother.

Back home, he finally bonded with his mother again, but his depression took a turn for the worse when his mother died. At first, he felt that there was nothing left for him in this world, because he lived for his mother. But he would later realize that if he was able to survive his mom’s death, then he could survive anything.

Bekimon passes LET, shares struggle with depression
Photo credit: Carl E. Balita Review Center / Facebook

Remembering that his mother once shared her dream of becoming a teacher, Bekimon promised to become the living extension of his mother’s old dream. Even though she’s gone, he took education units at a university in Oriental Mindoro.

After graduation, he was given the given full scholarship by the Carl E. Balita Review Center – and he would become of the recent passers of LET. Now a licensed professional teacher, Bekimon shares his story to inspire others to never stop reaching for their dreams, no matter how the situation they might be in at the moment.


— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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LOOK: 2019 NBA Finals full game schedule and prediction



MANILA, Philippines – Two questions to ponder upon as the 2018-2019 NBA season nears its end and as the East and West battle it out for the world title. First, can the Golden State Warriors make it three-in-a-row? And second, can the Toronto Raptors end the Dubs’ streak?

Warriors or Raptors? Let the 2019 NBA Finals begin!
It’s on! Who ‘ya got? Warriors or Raptors? Let the 2019 NBA Finals begin! Photo Credit: espn.com

More than half of the fans around the globe really root for the Warriors and place their bets on them. Some even say it’s a walk in the park for the Dubs and finals is just a mere formality because they are just 4 games away from a rare 3-peat.

Although rooting for the Warriors win the Larry O’brien trophy, basketball experts think differently in this series. Yes, Golden State is highly favored to win the cup but it will not be a piece of cake due to these two main reasons: Raptors are a game ahead of the Warriors in the season standings and they beat Golden State twice prior to this potential 7-game face-off.

Regardless of the win-loss record, being in the finals for 5 consecutive years and winning the title in 2015, 2017 and 2018 will be the Warriors’ biggest edge over the first time championship contenders, Raptors since its league entry in 1995. Plus, the big time All-Star Dubs: Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant. KD however is still doubtful due to the injury he sustained in the Western semis.

Given the said Warriors-advantages, pundits are not closing the books for a possible Raptors-upset. Remember, for the past 4 years, the Dubs faced the same Lebron James and were able to decode King James’ play style. But this year, they will be facing a totally different antagonist in Kawhi Leonard who’s a well-versed scorer and a defensive specialist and can stop any player at his will.

For the record, Golden State has three certified monster scorers: Steph, Klay and KD. Leonard is a legit stopper, he can easily foil Durant. But Kevin is just one single offensive player and Kawhi can’t guard all the three of them at once, he’ll need a big help from his teammates especially from Kyle Lowry and Marc Gasol and Serge Ibaka in the front court.

To sum up, Warriors’ vast finals experience and extensive fire power will bring them to the title. But again, it will not be easy for them. The series can go as far as game 7.

Here’s the full schedule of the finals (in Philippine Standard Time):

All games will be televised live on NBA Premium, BTV, ABS CBN and ABS-CBN S+A. The Summit Express will feed a live update on our Facebook and Twitter page.

— Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express


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#WalangPasok: June 5, 2019 holiday for Eid'l Fitr in the Philippines



MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a proclamation declaring June 5, 2019 (Wednesday) a regular holiday nationwide in observance of Eid'l Fitr or Feast of Ramadan.

#WalangPasok: June 5, 2019 holiday for Eid'l Fitr in the Philippines
Islam's holiest prayers, fasting and feast | Photo courtesy of AP/via PhilStar.com

Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea confirmed the declaration on Wednesday, May 29. This is after the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)'s recommendation to declare a holiday on the said date.

#WalangPasok: June 5, 2019 holiday for Eid'l Fitr in the Philippines
Proclamation No. 729 declaring June 5, 2019 a regular holiday for Eid'l Fitr celebration.

Eid’l Fitr marks the end of the holy month of fasting for the Muslims.

In November 2002, former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo signed Republic Act No. 9177 into law declaring the first day of Shawwal, the 10th month of the Islamic calendar, a national holiday for the observance of Eidul Fitr.

According to RA 9177, "the approximate date of these Islamic holidays may be determined in accordance with the Islamic calendar (Hijra) or the lunar calendar, or upon Islamic astronomical calculations, whichever is possible or convenient."

Islam has more than five million members in the predominantly Catholic Philippines.

— The Summit Express


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Pageant o aral? Beauty queen poses with crowns for graduation photo



MANILA, Philippines – Everyone wants to succeed in life. Oftentimes, people equate success with earning a degree, getting a good career, and becoming rich. Before that happens, it is imperative that one has to work hard and focus on their studies. But there are many people who have a different formula to attain success – and many have fun while also achieving their goals.
Pageant o aral? Beauty queen poses with crowns for graduation photo

For aspiring teacher Nikki San Diego Lejano, beauty pageants are also a way of life. She enjoys joining various beauty contests and the many exciting events related to this field. As a student taking up Bachelor of Secondary Education, Major in Physical Science, a lot of people believe that these beauty pageants are just a distraction.

Pageant o aral? Beauty queen poses with crowns for graduation photo
Photo credit: Nikki San Diego Lejano / Facebook

Instead of focusing on her goal to become a teacher, Nikki had fun joining beauty pageants, too. Many people advised her to stop doing pageants to focus on her studies, but the young lady argue that it is actually possible to do both! Indeed, four years and five crowns later, she was able to graduate from college, right on time.

Looking back, this young woman thanked her professors for the many excuse letters she had to pass; though she admitted there were times when she still went absent even if she didn’t have an excuse letter – all for her love of beauty pageants.

Pageant o aral? Beauty queen poses with crowns for graduation photo
Photo credit: Nikki San Diego Lejano / Facebook

But she had five crowns to her name, and has proven that it is possible to have a good time even while working hard on a serious goal such as completing her college education.

“Matapos ang mga pictorials na dala ang mga requirements na kailangan tapusin. At ang paulit ulit na tanong kung Toga o Korona. Pinili 'ko ang korona at toga! If someone asks you to choose between Passion or Career. Always answer "I can do both." Gawin mong career ang passion mo! H'wag mong hayaang alisin ka ng mga taong hindi naniniwala sa kakayahan mo sa daang tinatahak mo,” Nikki wrote.

In her 4 years in college, she went home with five crowns:
  • Mutya ng Libtangin 2016
  • Bb. Gasan-Turismo 2017
  • Miss Education 2018
  • Miss BulSU-SC 2018
  • Miss Tanglawan 2018

Pageant o aral? Beauty queen poses with crowns for graduation photo
Photo credit: Nikki San Diego Lejano / Facebook

For her graduation photo, Nikki posed with her crowns as fans congratulated her for this milestone.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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Briones: DepEd in need of at least 10,000 new public school teachers



MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis-Briones announced that they are looking at hiring as least 10,000 new teachers for this school year 2019-2020.
Briones: DepEd in need of at least 10,000 new public school teachers

Briones explained that the reason why they are hiring more teachers was not due to teacher shortage but they wanted to significantly reduce class size. The agency is also keen in making sure that teachers' expertise match the subjects.

She added they are looking at a ratio of 1 teacher per 45 students for grade school while in the kindergarten, should only have 25 students per class.

Briones said the entry-level salary of teachers will be around P20,000. She reiterated that aside from the compensation, public school teachers enjoy many benefits.

The basic salary of Grade 1 teachers is at P20,754 pesos. Public school teachers enjoy PhilHealth benefits, PAG-IBIG fund benefits for housing loans, insurance when they are harmed while on duty, clothing allowance worth P6,000, cash gift worth P5,000, Productivity Enhancement Incentive worth P5,000, Personal Economic Relief Allowance (PERA), Midyear Bonus amounting to an entire month's basic salary, Year-end Bonus that is also equal to one month basic salary, hardship allowance for those assigned in far flung areas. A P1,000 bonus given on World Teachers' Day is also given.

Public school teachers also get to enjoy paid vacation leaves - 2 months vacation with pay and 2 weeks Christmas vacation with pay.

Briones also added they are now working at providing free annual medical check-up for their teachers.

The education secretary admitted the hiring process also has challenges such as requirements of the Civil Service Commission and the issue of "teachers migration," or the influx of private school teachers moving to public schools.

But Briones shared her enthusiasm that the education sector already has undergone many improvements, especially in the compensation of their teachers.

Meanwhile, Education Undersecretary Nepomuceno Malaluan confirmed that new teachers will be deployed nationwide.

Malaluan said there are 2,797 vacancies for kindergarten/elementary level. For junior high school, 2,443 items are available while 4,770 items for senior high school.

Undersecretary Anne Sevilla also announced that aside from the 10,000 new teaching posts , there are also 23,000 teaching vacancies.

Sevilla explained, "Kagaya ng school building and classroom, may accumulated din tayo na mga positions na nacreate pero bakante pa hanggang ngayon. We have 23,000, those accumulated vacant positions plus 10,000 this year, so we are expecting about 33,000 new teachers this year."

Under the 2019 budget, P2.11 billion has been allocated for the hiring of additional public school teachers.

You can watch the interview of Secretary Leonor Briones below (courtesy of DZMM):


— Sally, The Summit Express


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Villar, Pacquiao PH's richest senators, Trillanes poorest



MANILA, Philippines – Senators Cynthia Villar and Manny Pacquiao remain to be the country's wealthiest senators.

Villar, Pacquiao PH's richest senators, Trillanes poorest
The billionaires! Cynthia Villar and Manny Pacquiao are still the country's wealthiest senators.

Based on the summary of 2018 Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALNs), billionaire Cynthia Villar declared a net worth of P3,719,941,858 and zero liabilities. She had an increase of P108.7 million compared to her 2017 net worth which was P3.61 billion, the highest wealth increase in 2018.

Senator Villar's husband and real estate mogul Manny Villar was recently named by Forbes Magazine the Philippines' richest man with a net worth of worth of $5.5 billion (around P287 billion).

Ranking second as the richest senator is boxer-turned-politician Manny Pacquiao with a net worth of P3,005,808,000 in 2018. He raked in an increase of P59.9 million than his 2017 net worth of P2.946 billion. Back in 2016, Forbes Magazine named Pacquiao as one of the highest-paid athletes in the world.

President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto was the third richest senator with a net worth of P555,324,479.82. Back in 2010 to 2013, Recto reached the second spot as the richest senator.

Fourth in rank is Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri with a net worth of P182,851,570.34 followed by Senator Sonny Angara with P135,840,710.00.

The sixth richest senator is JV Ejercito with a reported net worth of 132,820,345.73. He had an increase of P53.9 million from his 2017 net worth. He explained that the increase was due to a donation he received 3 years ago but was finished documented just recently.

The rest of the list continues:

7.) Sen. Franklin Drilon
Net worth: P97,726,758.00

8.) Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian
Net worth: P96,210,607.14 (no liability)

9.) Sen. Grace Poe
Net worth: P93,039,921.54

10.) Sen. Richard Gordon
Net worth: P71,285,178.56

11.).Sen. Tito Sotto
Net worth: P70,120,700.30

12.) Sen. Nancy Binay
Net worth: P60,132,461.00

13.) Sen. Loren Legarda
Net worth: P56,290,602.11

14.) Sen. Bam Aquino
Net worth: P45,205,138.25

15.) Sen. Panfilo Lacson
Net worth: P42,442,341.00

16.) Sen. Koko Pimentel
Net worth: P28,662,212.00 (no liability)

17.) Sen. Joel Villanueva
Net worth: P26,921,555.00

18.) Sen. Gregorio Honasan
Net worth: P25,882,099.00 (no liability)

19.) Sen. Francis Pangilinan
Net worth: P16,695,048.17

20.) Sen. Risa Hontiveros
Net worth: P15,627,176.04

21.) Sen. Chiz Escudero
Net worth: P10,575,228.00

Meanwhile, the two poorest senators are Senator Leila De Lima and Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV.

De Lima listed a net worth of P7,706,392.45 while Trillanes' net worth was as at P7,533,012.10.

— Sally, The Summit Express


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School principal goes viral for plowing school garden during ‘Brigada Eskwela’



MANILA, Philippines – A school principal recently went viral for his impressive brand of leadership as he led his school’s activities for the ‘Brigada Eskwela’. But unlike most school heads who delegate the physical tasks in making the school ready for the start of classes, he was actually quite hands on and was even photographed plowing the school garden, barefoot!

Shirley Andales Bagood shared photos of the impressive principal of Anding Agricultural Vocational Technical School – Main Campus of Ramon Magsaysay City in Zamboanga del Sur, southern Philippines, identified as Desiderio Alquizar Logdonio.

School principal goes viral for plowing school garden during ‘Brigada Eskwela’
Photo credit: Shirley Andales Bagood / Facebook

With farming being one of the primary sources of livelihood in the region, Logdonio grew up knowing what to do in a farm. In fact, farming had been one of the reasons why he was able to send his children to school; thus, the principal said he could never turn his back from farming.

Explaining that he still manages to allot time to do farming activities despite his busy schedule as school head, Logdonio earned the admiration of many netizens. A lot admired the principal for still keeping his feet firmly on the ground, quiet literally in his case, even though he is already a high-ranking figure in the school.

School principal goes viral for plowing school garden during ‘Brigada Eskwela’
Photo credit: Desiderio Alquizar Logdonio / Facebook

Barefoot, Logdonio was among those who tended to the school’s garden. It was clear that he was not only doing this for a photoshoot but was really plowing the field. He certainly knows what he is doing in that field, several netizens pointed out.

School principal goes viral for plowing school garden during ‘Brigada Eskwela’
Photo credit: Shirley Andales Bagood / Facebook

The principal also helped fix some broken water lines in the school and carried out other tasks that help prepare the school for the coming opening of classes.

For his actions, Logdonio inspired a lot of people. But for the principal, it was nothing. He feels that he still is and will always be a farmer, no matter what rank he might achieve in his teaching profession.

Watch his admirable story here:


— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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FULL RESULTS: May 2019 CPA board exam list of passers, top 10



MANILA, Philippines – The May 2019 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) board exam results including the official list of passers, topnotchers (top 10), top performing schools and performance of schools are released online on May 27 or in five (5) working days after the last day of exam.
FULL RESULTS: May 2019 CPA board exam list of passers, top 10

As announced, 1,699 out of 10,319 passed the exams.

"The result of examination with respect to one (1) examinee was withheld pending final determination of her liabilities under the rules and regulations governing licensure examinations," PRC said.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) conducted the CPA licensure exam (CPALE) in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legaspi and Tacloban on May 12, 19 and 20.

The Board of Accountancy is composed of Noe G. Quiñanola, Chairman; Marko Romeo L. Fuentes, Vice Chairman; Gloria T. Baysa, Samuel B. Padilla, Arlyn Juanita S. Villanueva, Thelma S. Ciudadano and Gervacio I. Piator, Members.

CPA BOARD EXAM RESULTS SUMMARY

REGISTRATION AND OATHTAKING

From June 3 to June 11, 2019, registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be done on-line. Please go to http://online.prc.gov.ph/ and follow instructions for initial registration.

Those who will register are required to bring the following:

  • downloaded duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
  • notice of admission (for identification only)
  • 2 pieces passport sized pictures (colored with white background and complete name tag)
  • 2 sets of documentary stamps
  • 1 piece short brown envelope

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

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER, PRC added.

VERIFICATION OF RATINGS

CPA 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 3-day examination covered the following subjects:

May 12: Taxation and Regulatory Framework for Business Transactions

May 19: Management Advisory Services and Auditing

May 20: Financial Accounting and Reporting and and Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting

RELEASE OF RESULTS

According to PRC Resolution No. 1127, the target release of results for the recent CPA board exam is on Monday, May 27 or in five (5) working days after the test.

However, results may be released online ahead or beyond the schedule without prior notice. We advise takers to monitor announcement of results starting Thursday, May 23 or in three (3) working days.

PREVIOUS EXAMS

In the same period last year, results were released in five (5) working days. PRC named 2,843 out of 9,830 who passed the exams. Jayson Ong Chan from Saint Paul School of Professional Studies (SPSPS)- Palo aced the board exam with 92.50%.

In the May 2017 exams, results were also announced in 5 working days. A total of 3,389 out of 9,645 (35.14%) successfully hurdled the grueling exams. University of San Carlos (USC) graduates Vianca Pearl Inot Amores and Marianito Jesus Berdin del Rio shared the top spot with 92.67%.

Here's the statistics of CPA board exam in the past ten (10) exams:

Exam Date Total Examinees Total Passers Passing Rate Days before results release
October 2018 14,358 3,616 25.18% 6
May 2018 9,830 2,843 28.92% 5
October 2017 14,816 4,511 30.45% 10
May 2017 9,645 3,389 35.14% 5
October 2016 14,390 5,249 36.48% 8
May 2016 6,925 2,967 42.84% 5
October 2015 13,317 5,468 41.06% 4
May 2015 5,959 2,132 35.78% 3
October 2014 11,137 4,123 37.02% 3
July 2014 5,540 1,107 19.98% 3

UPDATES

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

— The Summit Express


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LIST OF PASSERS: A-M May 2019 CPA board exam result



MANILA, Philippines – The May 2019 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) board exam result, which includes the alphabetical list of passers are available on this page as released online on Monday, May 27 or in five (5) working days after the last day of exam.

As announced, only 1,699 out of 10,319 (16.46%) passed the exams.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) conducted the first CPA licensure exam (CPALE) this year in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legaspi and Tacloban on May 12, 19 and 20.

View on this page for CPALE A-M list of passers.

CPA BOARD EXAM RELATED RESULTS

The Board of Accountancy is composed of Noe G. Quiñanola, Chairman; Marko Romeo L. Fuentes, Vice Chairman; Gloria T. Baysa, Samuel B. Padilla, Arlyn Juanita S. Villanueva, Thelma S. Ciudadano and Gervacio I. Piator, Members.

A-M Roll of Successful Examinees in the
C. P. A. LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 12, 2019 & FF. DAYS
Released on MAY 27, 2019

1 ABAD, MARK JUNIL ARGUTA
2 ABADINES, ROBERT JAKE SAMONTE
3 ABANTAO, GIRLY MAE NEUMERAN
4 ABAS, NICOLE JANE SABELINO
5 ABCEDE, MARY ANN HISTA
6 ABDULHALIM, BADRIA AMBOLOTO
7 ABDULLAH, ASLIAH MACAPODI
8 ABELA, MARK DARWIN CALDIGAS
9 ABELLA, BEATRICE MARIE ALINEA
10 ABELLADA, ANGELIQUE VILLAR
11 ABELLANIDA, JENEFER GAYONGA
12 ABELLO, JEODILIO PADASAS
13 ABERIA, LORELA ROSE DADO
14 ABIOG, PATRICIA MAE CUBELO
15 ABLAO, ROGELYN BINALAY
16 ABOUKOUTAH, AMNA SAMEER REYES
17 ABRAHAM, IRISH JADE PUYAOAN
18 ABRANTES, MHIL CHRISTY MARIE ACSON
19 ABRERA, VERNA VERECIO
20 ABROGAR, PAUL JOHN DORIA
21 ABUNDO, ARWIN JASON BAENA
22 ACCAD, MARK RANIEL DELA CRUZ
23 ACEBES, REENAE CHRISTYL NINGASCA
24 ACOLACOL, JUNILYN PAO
25 ADAN, CZARINA VIANCA GERILLA
26 ADAOAG, ERLYN GRACE ESCANO
27 ADEL, MARIA RACELLE DEL CAMPO
28 ADENA, RAJWHEIN SEAN RILLERA
29 ADIONG, SHARIFA MUJANNAH BARAZAR
30 ADORABLE, ROSITA GORGONIA
31 AGAMATA, RICARDO SUMAGAYSAY
32 AGAN, MARY JOY PACLIPAN
33 AGAPAY, GHIA VER BIANCA TAN
34 AGITO, DAPHNEY FALOGME
35 AGONOS, MICHAEL DOMINGO
36 AGRABIO, LINO JR PACLIPAN
37 AGUILAR, ISRAEL NOVENO
38 AGUILAR, JEM ANJELINE NUÑEZ
39 AGUINALDO, ALLORA AGUILAR
40 AGUINALDO, MA ANGELA CHANCHICO
41 AGUIRRE, ALLONA KRIZTEL FIGURACION
42 AGURA, CHRISTINE DONADILLO
43 AGUSTIN, JANELA MARIE VILLAS
44 AGUSTIN, MARK JOHN NOVEDA
45 ALAGOS, APRIL ROSE SANTANDER
46 ALAJAR, JUDE ELIJAH PABELICO
47 ALAVA, EMILYN LORENZO
48 ALAWI, ABDULWAHID BASAR
49 ALAY-AY, JESSIE JAMES PUMALO
50 ALBAY, MARK ANDAMON
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51 ALBAÑO, JESSA TAPAC
52 ALBERASTINE, RHUDA BAÑADOS
53 ALBOS, GYPSY SACEDA
54 ALBUÑAN, RIA GESLAINE ONG
55 ALCALA, MARY ALLISON LIAO
56 ALCALA, PATRICIA ANGELICA KING
57 ALCANTARA, JOANNA GRACE JULITA
58 ALCARIOTO, YNA AMPARO GANAS
59 ALCERA, RIVA JANE DE PIÑA
60 ALCORAN, ARBBY PAMELA AGCOPRA
61 ALCORAN, DANNNA STEFFI SAAD
62 ALDAYA, MAE LAVILLA
63 ALDOVINO, JOVY CONTRERAS
64 ALEDIA, ALDIE JOY MENDIOLA
65 ALEGA, MYLENE DALANGIN
66 ALEGRE, GLENA MAE DELIVA
67 ALERIA, PRINCESS CLAIRE SALGADO
68 ALFARO, SHERYL DAGOHOY
69 ALIANZA, NADIA ABIGAIL BALMES
70 ALIDO, JOVETH ALBERCA
71 ALIMA, KEITH ALEX LABAJO
72 ALIMOSA, KENNETH JOHN EULLARAN
73 ALIVIO, VIVIALYN SOGABO
74 ALIX, VANESSA MORALES
75 ALIÑABON, FAFCY CARTIN
76 ALLAREY, ALLAN REY CINCO
77 ALLEN, NOVIE BLESS EWAY
78 ALMAZAN, LORENCE JUDE ANGELO CALVENTAS
79 ALONTO, JEAN KENNETH SOBRINO
80 ALORIA, PATRICK JAMES PAÑA
81 ALQUIZA, MARBEN MELAD
82 ALVARADO, LEANNE NICOLE BUENAVENTURA
83 ALVARADO, PERLYN HIPE
84 ALVAREZ, BESSIE NATINO
85 ALVAREZ, CHE-CHE RECREO
86 ALVAREZ, CRISTINA MARIE CAMACHO
87 ALVAREZ, JOSEPHINE IVY REYMUNDO
88 ALZAGA, FREDERICK ABAN
89 AMABA, JULLIANE FRANCES ARQUILLANO
90 AMANDY, LIZANDRO COLLANTES
91 AMBOJIA, ANGELINE TORREA
92 AMBROCIO, AUSTINE NICOLE ANN REYES
93 AMBROCIO, JMYFEI PASCUA
94 AMBUT, EZRA EVE LAVIÑA
95 AMORA, WEE LU GEE DETROS
96 AMORGANDA, CARMEL JANE TELMO
97 AMPARO, MARVIN BACAYO
98 ANAPI, FOEYBE JOY BACANI
99 ANCHETA, FREDERICK ABO
100 ANCHETA, GIA JOYCE JUBILADO
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101 ANCHETA, JEODINE MARZAN
102 ANCHORIS, ANGELIKA CUYA
103 ANDA, ANNE PAULA CAMPOMANES
104 ANDAL, JUVY NELL LIBUNAO
105 ANDASAN, PATHY MAE ESTEBAN
106 ANDAYA, RONEAL CLARISA TAMAYO
107 ANDONI, RHEMY LYN PASTOR
108 ANDRADA, RIO PAMOLERAS
109 ANDREA, ANNA PATRICIA ERENIA
110 ANDRES, ABIGAIL PASCUA
111 ANDRES, CHRISTINE GRACE NARVAEZ
112 ANGELES, MARC GLENN DALE DAVE
113 ANGELO, ROSSINI NICOLE CARRILLO
114 ANGLON, ARLYN ROSANA
115 ANTENOR, JOSEFF BLAS
116 ANTIGUA, SHINY DAWN PEPITO
117 ANTIOJO, CHYNNA LOUISE DE LUNA
118 ANTIPUESTO, RAICY PIÑAS
119 ANTONIO, DANIEL LUNA
120 ANTONIO, PHOEBE ANTONETTE CASTILLO
121 ANTONIO, SEAN MARCO SIBULO
122 APARECE, VANESSA JIRAH JUATON
123 APARECE, VANISSA JANE JUATON
124 APARRE, MARK CHERLIT BASILLOTE
125 APAS, ANNE MARGARET VILLAMOR
126 APOLO, HESED BATION
127 APOLONIO, MARY FRANCIS PRIMO
128 APOSTOL, MARVIN BUNAGAN
129 AQUINO, EUNICE JEAN ROQUE
130 AQUINO, KRISTINE DE GUZMAN
131 AQUINO, RENATO JR NAVALES
132 ARAGON, KATHLEEN FAYE GAA
133 ARANGO, SHYLYN MAE ARANCON
134 ARAOS, JASMINE ALTONA
135 ARAÑEZ, RAÑER SANTIAGO
136 ARBOLEDA, DRANDREB MAURICIO
137 ARCAYOS, CATHERINE FLORES
138 ARCEA, ABBA JEUSH SAN JOSE
139 ARCENAL, MARY JOY PAEL
140 ARCILLA, ADRIAN PAOLO LAVADIA
141 ARELLANO, GREG MICHAEL BOSQUE
142 ARELLANO, MICHELLE JOLITO
143 ARENDAING, CHARLES MARC ALCANTARA
144 AREOLA, MARY ULYSHIER EBARDO
145 ARGA, VERJORY ONIA
146 ARGALLON, JANE MARICAR TARACENA
147 ARGUELLES, MARYA MIKAELA HERNANDEZ
148 ARIOLA, JESSA PASCUA
149 ARROYO, CARL JUSTINE ESQUILLO
150 ASAÑA, HANNAH DIANE MANGULABNAN
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151 ASEÑAS, EARL ADRIAN CIMAFRANCA
152 ASMA, JENNILYN LAURENTE
153 ASUNCION, GENILYN LIWANAG
154 ASUNCION, REGI ANTONETTE DEASINO
155 ATACADOR, ROMAFAYE ZARA
156 ATIENZA, MARIJON DE LAS ALAS
157 ATUD, MARILOU VALENCIA
158 AUMAN, JESSA MAE COLLO
159 AUSAN, FREAH DIONISIO
160 AUSON, KIM GAYLE CEDEÑO
161 AUSTRIA, JISELLE ANN MER GALES
162 AUTIDA, JUNET QUIACHON
163 AVERION, RAYMART CABUBAS
164 AWA-AO, RAEFE JOHN AARON MOSCOSO
165 AYAD, JAMES BERNALD BALMES
166 AYADE, CHRISTIAN QUIJANO
167 AYAWAN, JOBERT JUAN
168 AZARCON, KATHLEEN DELA PEÑA
169 AZUCENA, JOYCE KAY POSADAS
170 AÑONUEVO, JAYPEE PUNAY
171 BABAYSON, JOHN RAVEN EYAS
172 BACANI, MICHELLE ANGELI FAJARDO
173 BACARAMAN, ARIZZA MAROHOMBSAR
174 BACLAY, LEILANI MENDOZA
175 BACOCO, GRETCHEN BANGTAT
176 BADIOLA, CHARMAINE ALARZAR
177 BADIOLA, JEROME LOUIE BALLESTEROS
178 BADUA, MAYBELLE NAZAM
179 BAENGBENG, ANNIE APALING
180 BAGA, WESTLEY GALVAN
181 BAGUHIN, BASILISO JR ISAGA
182 BAJAN, DARWIN JAMES CABAÑERO
183 BALAGTAS, NICOLEIGH ARNEDO
184 BALANLAY, JOHN KENNEDY ALONZO
185 BALAORO, QUEENE GRAJO
186 BALBON, MEKHA PANIZA
187 BALDOZ, MARY NIÑA RAMIL
188 BALICAT, CLARICE ABIGAIL RIO
189 BALINAWA, DANIBOY DEMOSNERO
190 BALINO, JOHN PHILLIP MORTEJO
191 BALLERAS, AARON RUBI
192 BALLESTEROS, MICAH NAMOCA
193 BALMACEDA, FITZ GERALD LANDICHO
194 BALUYAN, PATRICK
195 BAMBALAN, MARTINA CLARE TOLENTINO
196 BANAL, MARICHRIS UMEREZ
197 BANATAO, GHIO MARI TUMALIUAN
198 BANCUD, BRANDON TABILIN
199 BANDIOLA, BON JOVI CAÑEZO
200 BANDIOLA, DENISE PAOLA OSIO
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201 BANGAYAN, DEMIMOORE AKIATAN
202 BANGOY, JOANNA ROSE ETULLE
203 BANILA, KELLY BALAGTAS
204 BANIQUED, DANISE DOMINGO
205 BANTAG, CELINA JOY BAUTISTA
206 BAPTISTA, JENALYN AGORILLA
207 BARATA, NATHALIE GRACE TALLORIN
208 BARCELO, JANINE LORENO
209 BARCENAS, BHLYR PABILAN
210 BARONIA, ROCHELLE GINEZ
211 BARRAMEDA, GLECY RICA MARIE ESTURAS
212 BARRERA, DAYEN VALENCIA
213 BARRERA, JANINA WONG
214 BARRETE, ANNA MAE GUMAPAC
215 BARRIENTOS, JOSHUA ALLAN OLAES
216 BARROQUILLO, MAICAH CLARIZE RAMILO
217 BARSANA, ZAILA AMY
218 BARTE, DIANA ROSE NIÑO
219 BARTOLOME, JIREH MALANGSA
220 BARTOLOME, MARK JEROME RAMIRO
221 BARTOLOME, RENZEL DELA CRUZ
222 BARTOLOME, VERA JOYCE GADDI
223 BARUG, BRYLLE BACOLOD
224 BASCO, JESSICA ANN BARONGAN
225 BASILOY, PAMELA ESPARTO
226 BASSIG, MICHAEL JR MEDINA
227 BATAC, NICHOLE AURIN PISCASIO
228 BATALLER, JAY VANNE LAPAZ
229 BATILES, PAULINE TRACY PARAS
230 BATITIA, WINNIE OBER
231 BATTAD, ANNA MARIE DE LEON
232 BATUIGAS, MYRENCE JANE OLAIVAR
233 BATUL, MONA LIZETTE REGODON
234 BAUL, BERNADETTE LASCO
235 BAUTISTA, ANGELI MARY ESTELLORE
236 BAUTISTA, CARMELA VILLANUEVA
237 BAUTISTA, CLARKSON FLORES
238 BAUTISTA, IVERN SORE
239 BAUTISTA, JERRY GASILO
240 BAUTISTA, MA GRACE DIANNE JARDINO
241 BAUTISTA, MARIE CHRISTINE VELASCO
242 BAUTISTA, MARIE LOUISE CORNEJO
243 BAUTISTA, ZYRIL PLATINO
244 BAUYON, CHRIZA GONZALES
245 BAY-ON, WIDEE QUESIMIA DUCAS
246 BAYABAN, DANNY ROSE BALBANIDA
247 BAYAWA, AGAPE RUTH ARSENIO
248 BAYLON, CHERRY MAE LAMASAN
249 BAYLON, DANIEL JOSEPH SANTOS
250 BAYSA, YIN ARYL CALDERON
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251 BAYUBAY, KATLYN ANN JANET METRILLO
252 BAYUBAY, RUFFA MAE VALDEZ
253 BAYUDAN, LOUIE MARC LACAR
254 BAYUGA, RUBY ROSE LUCAS
255 BAÑEZ, HOBBY TADEO
256 BAÑEZ, REXY ANNE LOZADA
257 BEDOYA, CZARINA EILLEEN JOY ARNEJO
258 BEHIL, JOVELLE GALMAN
259 BELARMINO, MARIA DJANELLA BASE
260 BELEN, ANTHONIE DELL RUBIO
261 BELEN, MAE YASMINIE CONCEPCION AGARAN
262 BELLERES, MARIAN JANE
263 BELLEZA, CHRISTINE LOISE AMISOLA
264 BENAMIR, ALDRINN LACSON
265 BENITEZ, SHIRLIZ JANE MANAYON
266 BERMUDEZ, BRYLE TIMOTHY ANDAL
267 BERNARDINO, JOHN PAULO LEGAYO
268 BERNARDO, ISAIAH ZION DE GUZMAN
269 BERSAMIN, BRENT OBAR
270 BERSAMINA, ALIM GRACE DE JESUS
271 BESTRE, RICHIELYN GUBATON
272 BEUCARLES, ARCELYN GARCIA
273 BIADO, KLEIN ARVIE GAPUZ
274 BIBONIA, BRANDON LEIF LACEDA
275 BIBOSO, RANI MAE LAMBERTO
276 BILIGAN, JONABELLE CANAPI
277 BILLONES, KRYSTAN YRIELLE PALENCIA
278 BILO, JHENNY FEA VILLAR
279 BINSOL, MATTHEW CORSEY REYES
280 BISNAR, MICHELLE APARRE
281 BIÑAS, MARY ROSE PAGDATO
282 BLANCO, PHOEBE AYANG-ANG
283 BO, ANGELO DELIG
284 BOCUA, NORSILAH SALALIMA
285 BOGATE, JOHN CARLO TIABA
286 BOJOS, CARLA ECLARIN
287 BONDAD, ARLYN MASA
288 BONGALOS, KRISTIAN TORZAR
289 BONGON, CHRISTINE ANGELA MATAMOROSA
290 BOOC, KATE CIELO TAN
291 BOOC, UNICE MELENCION
292 BORCENA, MIGUEL LIM
293 BORJA, CATHERINE SANTOS
294 BORJA, JEANIA ANN DELOS REYES
295 BORJAL, RUTH
296 BORROMEO, JUDITH BELLEN
297 BRAVO, SHIENA ANN MURPHY
298 BRIGOLA, JOLAR PERCIVAL VILLAS
299 BRIZA, MA ANGELIKA BERNAL
300 BRIZUELA, JONNEL BRILLANTES
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301 BUA-EG, MARIMAR DAMENGMENG
302 BUAGAS, FLOR REYNA SABANAL
303 BUAGAS, JADE CHLOE SALON
304 BUBAN, CATHERINE RINGOR
305 BUELA, JEROLD VILLARIN
306 BUELA, MAICA JERELLE JAVIER
307 BUENAVISTA, JAMES BRYAN BUENAVISTA
308 BUGAYONG, SHAIRA LAINE DUCUSIN
309 BULATAO, VANESSA JOY POQUIZ
310 BUNAN, LAURICE JADE MORATA
311 BUNDA, ANGELA CLAIRE QUILAQUIL
312 BURAC, JONATHAN GARCIA
313 BUÑO, CHRISTIAN HOMER ALCONIS
314 CAAGBAY, RAENIEL OAREZA
315 CABA, JERICA JEM PALERMO
316 CABACANG, MAREAL JAN ENECILLO
317 CABACUNGAN, LOUELE ACE TRINIDAD
318 CABALDO, TERENZ DOMINGO
319 CABARLE, JULIAN EDUARD BAYANI
320 CABATAN, BILLY QUIYA
321 CABEGUIN, KAROLYN MAE PEREZ
322 CABERTE, LESLIE ANNE CATACUTAN
323 CABIGAS, MADELEINE RICHEL BROSOTO
324 CABILDO, LORRELAINE CLARA
325 CABRERA, MAYLYN MULDONG
326 CABRERA, RYAN CHRISTIAN ROMEN
327 CABUAL, MA REINISA AQUINO
328 CADA, MARY KRISTINE BERNARDO
329 CADIMAS, PEARL SHENA MAY DE LEON
330 CAGAS, JECA SUAN
331 CAGUING, LIZETTE ORIS
332 CAIDIC, JOHN PAUL ACEBEDO
333 CAINGAT, KIM ORDANZA
334 CAJEGAS, LEANN TRISHA ALISON TUAZON
335 CAJIGAL, JEHIEL YIKOH PEDRO
336 CALACAR, JECIL GRACE NITUDA
337 CALACAT, HANNA MARIELLE BACOR
338 CALAMANAN, JUDY ANN BELTRAN
339 CALDERON, KATHLEEN GRACE ALMIROL
340 CALE, CHARLENE DE FRANCIA
341 CALIBUSO, AIRA NICOLE MARCOSO
342 CALISAS, ERWIN JAY AMONSOT
343 CALIXTON, FJOYCE GUMBAN
344 CALLEJA, JAMES THADEO JR BURGOS
345 CALUAG, HANNA LUISA PENULIAR
346 CAMACHO, KRISTINE CAMILLE BASILIO
347 CAMERINO, CARMINA PARIÑAS
348 CAMEÑA, JANI REYES
349 CAMPOS, LERISA ABENOJA
350 CANLAS, CANDIE ANN TRINIDAD
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351 CANLAS, LAURENZ PAUL RODRIGUEZ
352 CANLAS, PAULA JEAN VIVAR
353 CANONES, STEVEN ROY BALDOVI
354 CANOY, JOHNRENZO LIM
355 CANOZA, EUMAR JAMES CABUCANA
356 CANTILLAN, RANE JUSTYNNE ROXAS
357 CAPAROSO, BEVERLY ANN PARBA
358 CAPILI, CHRISTINE JOY ENRIQUEZ
359 CAPILI, JAN MICHAEL LIZADA
360 CAPULONG, MARK JAY NARCISO
361 CAPUTOLAN, JENNYWEL MANTOS
362 CARAG, HONEY DIANNE CAGULADA
363 CARAGAY, JEROME PASCUAL
364 CARANDANG, MONICA BAYLOSIS
365 CARBONELL, JOHN ALBERT JORDAN
366 CARDIENTE, JOHNRIL JAMBOY
367 CARDINES, JOMAR COBARRUBIA
368 CARIÑO, EYA MACAALAY
369 CARIÑO, MARIA ELENA DOMINGO
370 CARLOS, BIANCA DENISE CELIS
371 CARNICER, JUFER VERCO
372 CAROLINO, SHEENA ABANILLA
373 CARPIO, MA BEATRIZ DELA CRUZ
374 CARRIAGA, DONA BELL GUNGOB
375 CARRIDO, SHERIMAE DONOR
376 CARTAGO, ANGELICA GARCIA
377 CARULLO, LYON GABRIEL OCAMPO
378 CASEROS, BRENT LIWEN MUÑEZ
379 CASTAÑEDA, BENILDA NICOLAS
380 CASTIL, RAYZHELLE MAY YEMA
381 CASTILLO, ALFER JOHN MORADOS
382 CASTILLO, ANDREA KATHLEEN DY-LIACCO
383 CASTILLO, CES VERDIN
384 CASTILLO, JANIKA MACTAL
385 CASTRO, CHRISTINE ORLANDA
386 CASTRO, CHRISTINE SAMONTE
387 CASTRO, CRISELLE JOY QUINTO
388 CASTRO, CYRA LAUREEN PERATER
389 CASTRO, JOHN VINCENT VILLAFLOR
390 CASTRO, ROAN ELISHA ASPURIA
391 CASTRODES, MA ELISA SALINGAY
392 CASUGA, ALETEJAH RAMOS
393 CASUNCAD, NIXSUN DIAZ
394 CATACUTAN, JANEL ROSE NAGAÑO
395 CATACUTAN, JANELREN NICOLE REGALA
396 CATOLICO, IRA LOUISA NACIN
397 CATOLOS, KHRISTINA SAPO
398 CATUD, CHRISTINNE CABRERA
399 CAUILAN, ANGELA CABANIT
400 CAUNTAY, ANGELICA ABANIL
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401 CAUSAREN, SHIELA MAE RAMOS
402 CAWAD, MAYRYL GUPITA
403 CAYABYAB, ANGELO IBO
404 CAYAGO, DIANNE MICAH INTAL
405 CAYAT, ELY ROSE LORENZO
406 CAÑADA, JOSHUA HESS DE JESUS
407 CAÑETE, DARLENE CLAIRE JADMAN
408 CEBREROS, HILARIO YARCIA
409 CELESTIAL, RIKHA ERV BAUTISTA
410 CELIS, ZACKERY LYLE BRIGOLI
411 CENDUROT, NOVIE BARCILLANO
412 CENTENO, EDELIZA MEJIA
413 CENTENO, GEORGETTE MARIE AQUINO
414 CENTENO, MERRY JOY ENRIQUEZ
415 CERAFICA, DANNIELLE JOBO
416 CERICOS, LANI BEE ANTEQUISA
417 CERVANTES, JEREMIEH CASTILLO
418 CEUDAD, JOHN CHRISTIAN NARSOLES
419 CHANDLER, WILLIAM KIRK II PAULINO
420 CHANG, CHARLENE MAE ONG
421 CHANTENGCO, JOSHUA MAE DIMAFELIX
422 CHIU, IVAN NERI
423 CHUA, ALEA ROSE DELA CRUZ
424 CHUA, ANN CHRISTINE COLONGAN
425 CHUA, TOMAS YU
426 CHUN, HARRISON KENDRICK LIM
427 CILOT, FRANZES ROSE TALAN
428 CIPRES, LORENZO GALANG
429 CIRUJALES, PIA CARMELLE TACUJAN
430 CIS, PRINCESS MAY LAGDAMEN
431 CLAUDIO, NEIL KRISTOFFERSEN LIM
432 CLEMENTE, MARIE ESTEPHANIE PADIN
433 CO, JONA LIZA TORECAMPO
434 CO, JOSEPH MANUEL CASTRO
435 CO, MELISSA TANYA FUENTES
436 CODILLA, JOEMAR CORDETA
437 COLOMA, AVIGAIL AGUSTIN
438 COMPELIO, ANDRELYN HEIDI SUBILAN
439 CONCEPCION, WILL SAMUEL MALONG
440 CORNEJO, ABBIE KATE MANSET
441 CORONEL, MARIA AIRWINA CUETO
442 CORONG, JOHN MARK NAZA
443 CORPUS, ANGELA VIDAD
444 CORPUZ, MAIA PRESCILLA PAGADUAN
445 CORRAL, EARL FRANCIS PARADA
446 CORREA, COLLEEN SERASPE
447 CORTEZO, JAMES TO-ONG
448 COSICO, MIDORI VILLANUEVA
449 CRISOSTOMO, KIMBERLY MAE NOCILLADO
450 CRISTOBAL, JESSICA COSTES
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451 CRUZ, JEFFERSON ROXAS
452 CRUZ, KATRINA MIKAELA DE CASTRO
453 CRUZ, KHRISTINE DEANNE PILI
454 CRUZ, LADY ANNE ALIPUSTAIN
455 CRUZ, MICHELLE ACALA
456 CRUZ, PLACIDO PJ GUDOY
457 CUA, MA PATRICIA ALYSSA MILAOR
458 CUA, MATTHEW ALEN ANG
459 CUBEBE, ALMA PONG-OY
460 CUERDO, DIANA FRANCIA
461 CUEVAS, BLESSEL LOVE SARAUM
462 CUEVAS, CAMILLE BERNADETTE SALEN
463 CUEVAS, KAREN MORPE
464 CUEVAS, KRISTAL BACULI
465 CUIZON, PRINCESS CLARIS GRACE ZAPATOS
466 CUIZON, VENJIEMEN DE REAL
467 CUNANAN, FELIX II BONITO
468 CUSTODIO, CATHERINE GRACE CABRERA
469 CUSTODIO, DALEIRA LUSTRE
470 CUSTODIO, VAEDA ISABEL DUNGO
471 DABALOS, DV ASTER SUBRADO
472 DACANAY, DENNIS ANTHONY MACATANGAY
473 DACIR, AUBREY REONAL
474 DACLES, CECILLE LEGASPI
475 DACOYLO, NEIL RACHO
476 DADIOS, AIRA MAE DELA TORRE
477 DAGASDAS, JANINE UY
478 DAGCUTAN, JOANA KRIS INDUCTIVO
479 DAIGDIGAN, KEVIN CARAMOAN
480 DAING, SHIELA MARIE NILUAG
481 DAJAY, RUPERTO MARQUEZ
482 DALAGUIT, LESLIE ANN FERRER
483 DALANGIN, MAGNOLIA PESTAÑO
484 DALAY-ON, ARIANNE KIL-O
485 DALDE, JADE RAZEL DAO-ANG
486 DAMASO, NICOLE DIANNE CHAN
487 DANGAN, LORIEL ANNE BAYHON
488 DANGASE, EARL BRYAN AGUSTIN
489 DANIEL, CHRISTIAN DALE WANAWAN
490 DANO, LYKA PALIMA
491 DAPLINAN, YSABELLE MAE ADUBO
492 DAQUIADO, KAREN JOY PEPITO
493 DATOR, ISABELA LISING
494 DATUGAN, JOHN MARK VALENTON
495 DAWAL, GENEVIEVE GAIL QUINTO
496 DAYAN, EUGENE TUMULAK
497 DAYO, DONNES MAHINAY
498 DE ASIS, MARVIN JR BOBIER
499 DE AUSTRIA, VIA SAMANTHA BAMBICO
500 DE CHAVEZ, KATHRYN ANNE ANGELES
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501 DE GUZMAN, DENVER JAMES CUBERO
502 DE GUZMAN, JEAN CHRISTIAN GONZALES
503 DE GUZMAN, JOSHUA GATCHALIAN
504 DE GUZMAN, MARK JASON RENTA
505 DE GUZMAN, QUELDA DELA CRUZ
506 DE JESUS, COLLEENA PAMELA IMPERIAL
507 DE JESUS, JOHN CHRISTIAN ESPINO
508 DE JESUS, NATHANIEL MERCADO
509 DE LA CRUZ, IVAN JAZTEN PIDO
510 DE LARA, JENNY ANN LUSTICA
511 DE LEON, FEBIE SHANE DELA CRUZ
512 DE LEON, GLENN CHRISTIAN ESCOVIDAL
513 DE LEON, HANS ALEXANDER AGUDA
514 DE LEON, JOHN PAUL FIGUEROA
515 DE LEON, KENNETH IGANA
516 DE LEON, LORRAINE DYAN
517 DE LEON, PEDRO DELA CRUZ
518 DE LUMIN, JULIE ANN LEJARDE
519 DE LUNA, KEITHLEY MEI TIONGSON
520 DE PEDRO, ERIC JOHN LOUIS DE PABLO
521 DE ROCA, HAROLD ANDREW RUEDA
522 DE TORRES, KRISTINE GIZZLE SANIE
523 DE VILLA, KREZIAH CHRISTINE GABAY
524 DECIAR, MILDRED PASCULADO
525 DEL PILAR, JHANINA MATEO
526 DEL ROSARIO, ALJON TIMBOL
527 DEL ROSARIO, THERYANNE CAYABYAB
528 DEL SOCORRO, MA JOEFEL
529 DELA CERNA, JOANNA DAWN SOLIBIO
530 DELA CRUZ, ANGELOU JANE MOLINA
531 DELA CRUZ, CHRISTINE JOY QUIMSING
532 DELA CRUZ, DEXTER TORRES
533 DELA CRUZ, JOY CARLEENEE TANEDO
534 DELA CRUZ, KATE ANTONETTE RAMIRO
535 DELA CRUZ, MA MICHAELA FLORES
536 DELA CRUZ, MIKKA FLOR BULATAO
537 DELA CRUZ, MONICA DELOS REYES
538 DELA CRUZ, NEYKO GELO LAURON
539 DELA CRUZ, PATRICIA NICOLE DIAZ
540 DELA CRUZ, RHAIZA CATHRINA DE SAGUN
541 DELA GENTE, HAZEL ANNE DE VERA
542 DELA TORRE, LOUISE ELYSSA AGUIMATANG
543 DELA TORRE, MARIE FAYE DIMALANTA
544 DELA TORRE, MARK ANGELO DIZON
545 DELA VEGA, MAHONRI DUARTE
546 DELGADO, RIZZA MAY EPHAN
547 DELOS REYES, ALYNNE CAMPOS
548 DELOS REYES, ELLIE MAYE MARTINIANO
549 DELOS SANTOS, GIRLEE MARIE BONOAN
550 DELOS SANTOS, JOMALIN GRANADA
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551 DELUNA, VERLYN GONZALES
552 DERAMAS, ALYSSA SIEN MANALO
553 DERILO, REYSLYN FRANCISCO
554 DESCALLAR, NIÑA MARIE LETIGIO
555 DESPE, KENNETH FRANZ PALADA
556 DIALOGO, PRINCESS MAE
557 DIAMSAY, JEFFERSON GUINTO
558 DIAZ, JIANA MERESE SOLA
559 DIAZ, KASSANDRA OCTAVO
560 DICHOSO, KENNETH LOUIE SANTIAGO
561 DIGNO, SHIELA MAE MAGUGAT
562 DIGUIDIG, ERIC JAMES JAMILANO
563 DIKITANAN, GHAINNE ALCARIA
564 DILAN, ALLIAH KYLE YAP
565 DIMAAMPAO, SITTIE ASRIFAH MACALA
566 DIMAGUILA, CARLA MORILES
567 DIMAPORO, BAEAM DATUHARON
568 DIMAUNAHAN, LUIGI CULALA
569 DIN, ABIGAIL COMIA
570 DINO, ALMERA DIO
571 DINOPOL, MELVIN VASAYA
572 DIOLA, ROTSEN BOLTRON
573 DIOSAN, JEX CANCERAN
574 DIUCO, JUAN PHILIPPE SALVADOR RETUGAL
575 DIVINAFLOR, MA FAYE REVIDAD
576 DIVINAGRACIA, JAN ANDRIANE JARAMILLO
577 DIZON, CAMILLE BALOLOY
578 DIZON, MARY JOYCE GUEVARRA
579 DIZON, SHERRY GAIL QUIROZ
580 DIÑO, MARIA FRANCIA BANILA
581 DOGELIO, ALKI JOE DEZA
582 DOLERA, ERIC SAAVEDRA
583 DOLIGON, ROSELYN ANACIO
584 DOLOG, PHILIP CHRISTIAN TAIR
585 DOLOR, FE MONICA OLBES
586 DOMINGO, CATHLENE MHAE PANGANIBAN
587 DOMINGO, CHERRY MAGNE AGTANG
588 DOMINGO, GEMINI AUSTRIA
589 DOMINGO, REINA MAE FABRO
590 DOMINGO, ROXANNE FERNANDEZ
591 DOMINGUEZ, JENEROSE BALONGO
592 DOMINICO, JONATHAN GALECTO
593 DONGON, AIREEN GRACE ASIS
594 DU, LORIEL CASTILLO
595 DUATIN, BRYAN RENZO STA MARIA
596 DUERME, MIRABILE AMOUR SUMALINOG
597 DUHIG, RICHELLE JOANNE TABAÑAG
598 DULAY, GILBERT DUMA
599 DULAY, MARCO ANTERO
600 DULNUAN, PRINCESS OLAES
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601 DUMAG, SARAH JANE CASTELO
602 DUMLAO, MIGUEL ALFONSO DELA CRUZ
603 DUMRIQUE, PAMELA LARINA TAGUIBAO
604 DUNTON, SIMON DALE ENCIENZO
605 DUNUAN, KRISTEL GAY BARROGA
606 DURAN, CHRISTINE LORRAINE LAGUITAN
607 DURANTE, JAESHA JILL ABUDA
608 DURO, JEAN MAKIE COLARINA
609 DUTERTE, JUVAN LABRAGUE
610 DY, JAN HENDRICK BACANI
611 EBCAS, JASSA MARIE NACAYTUNA
612 EDNILAO, BEA CASSANDRA GUTIERREZ
613 EGIPTO, D JERYL KRETIAN BAPTISTA
614 EGUILLON, DIANE KRISTINE DELA FUENTE
615 ELIANG, JUNAR SANTIAGO
616 ELIOT, CHERISHMAE BETANTOS
617 ELIZARDE, ALMA FLOR MIGUEL
618 ELLOSO, ICY MARIZ TAMPOC
619 ELORZA, GEORGETTE COLANTRO
620 ENCINAS, ENNA MONICA REYES
621 ENCOMIENDA, LENDEL JOHN
622 ENDRES, MAY ANN BUGAHOD
623 ENRIQUEZ, ACEL DE LEON
624 ENRIQUEZ, DIMSDALE DIANNE REYES
625 ENRIQUEZ, JOSHUA ROMMEL
626 ERMINO, HAZEL DASMARIÑAS
627 ESGUERRA, DARYLL PAKIT
628 ESMERO, NELCIE JEAN MORIAL
629 ESPELETA, CRISHIELA MHEL SHANE FALLARIA
630 ESPINOSA, ELLA MAE REJAS
631 ESPINOZA, BEVERLY GRACE ROSALES
632 ESPINOZA, KATHLEEN WYETH LUZA
633 ESPINOZA, VANESSA MAE CABUAY
634 ESPIRITU, MA WILHERMINA LALAGUNA
635 ESPIRITU, ROBERT LEE CORTEZ
636 ESPLANA, MARY ANN PRESENTACION
637 ESTANIQUE, DEXTER DULAY
638 ESTAREJA, JASHMIN NICOLAS
639 ESTAÑO, CRISTI LYNNE FULLANTE
640 ESTEBAN, JUS MYR FRUGAL
641 ESTILLORE, MA THERESA SOLIVA
642 ESTINAR, LEE AMOS OSENAR
643 ESTOLONIO, MARICAR FONTELAR
644 ESTRADA, JHASMAINE SARIP
645 ESTRELLA, CHARISSE ABEGAIL
646 ESTRELLA, SHAINA ISABEL MAWILI
647 ESTRELLAS, RAFAEL III SIMBILLO
648 EUGENIO, JHOBEE MELANIE BERNARDINO
649 EUSTAQUIO, ABEGAILE LYKA ORBITA
650 EVALLA, LARA MAE SIMON
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651 EVARISTO, RACHELLE DEL ROSARIO
652 EYOY, PATERNO III EMBANG
653 FABELEÑA, DOVIE BELENO
654 FABILA, JUAN PAOLO MESA
655 FABRIGA, MIAH APORADO
656 FACILO, XENA BABLES
657 FADRIQUELA, KIM SUZANNE AMISTOSO
658 FAJARDO, CAMILLE FRANCHESKA GERNALIN
659 FAJARDO, LORRAINE PANGAN
660 FAJARDO, LYRRA MAE CANON
661 FAJUTAGANA, JAYVEE GARADO
662 FARILLON, CHRISTOPHER JEDE DEMETILLO
663 FARIÑAS, CHRISTIEN JOY GERVACIO
664 FAROFALDANE, KRIZZA ELBANBUENA
665 FAVOR, RIA JANE
666 FEDILINO, KRISTINE JOY SIBAL
667 FELICIANO, CATHERINE SANTIAGO
668 FELICIANO, LIANNE JAIRA GUINTO
669 FELIPE, JENY FERNANDEZ
670 FELIPE, SHAYNE ANNE IBAÑA
671 FELONGCO, FERN NASH SAYSON
672 FERNANDEZ, ANN ANTHONETTE MANGILAYA
673 FERNANDEZ, APRIL KATE ALQUIZOLA
674 FERNANDEZ, JUAN VICTOR LUNA
675 FERNANDEZ, RHABE ALIT
676 FERNANDEZ, RHEA MAE QUINDO
677 FERNANDEZ, VANN MILLER CHIN
678 FERNANDO, PHILIP III PUYAWAN
679 FEROLINO, LOREDEL MOSQUERA
680 FERRER, KAROL JOANNE SISON
681 FERRER, MIKKA ELA ATCHAZO
682 FIGUEROA, MICHAEL DONGASO
683 FIGUERRES, RAVEN MAE ALBOR
684 FLAVIANO, ALLEIN DIANNE JULIANO
685 FLORANZA, MA FELLY ABINES
686 FLORENDO, JOHN IVAN LOZADA
687 FLORES, ALDRIN RACHO
688 FLORES, JIOSA ELAICA GENERALAO
689 FLORES, MARY ALYSSA QUITO
690 FLORES, NICOLE ESPAÑA
691 FLORES, THIZA ANGELLI COLOMA
692 FOLLERO, PRINCESS ELAINE APULI
693 FONTANILLA, BIANCA RICA PASION
694 FONTANOZA, STELIZA PATINDOL
695 FONTILLAS, JOSEMARIA ALVARO CABARRUS
696 FORTIT, CHERRY URSULA
697 FRACE, VANESSA PALATAN
698 FRANCISCO, DYAN NICOLE MITCHELL
699 FRANCISCO, JYREL BROOKS VISITA
700 FRANCISCO, REGINA LEE ERNIE
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701 FRANCISCO, SAIRA MAE ALARCON
702 FRANCO, ARRA JOYCE REGIO
703 FRANDO, ALYSSA JOYCE ANCHETA
704 FRIAL, JACQUELINE HONRUBIA
705 FRIAS, BERLIN YLAGAN
706 FRIGILLANA, JOANNE TORMON
707 FRIVALDO, VENICE DIANE FLORES
708 FRONDA, RICHARD
709 FUENTES, DIAN ABELLO
710 FUENTES, PAULINO III GAKO
711 FULLECE, JIN PAUL DE PAZ
712 FULLO, MEREDEL FE PAULINO
713 GAA, ROSE ANN NEPOMUCENO
714 GABALLO, ADRYAN GILLES
715 GABAS, MARY DIANNE TOMENIO
716 GABILO, TRACY FEBRERO
717 GABON, CHRISTINE GALDO
718 GABON, REMI MARTIN REBATO
719 GABUAT, ELAIZA DIANE IGNACIO
720 GABUCAN, VINCENT ABABA
721 GACAYAN, JOHN PAUL SALTIVAN
722 GACIAS, MARCO CALEBAG
723 GACULA, KIN RENCIL TAPAY
724 GACUYA, CYBILL AIRA SANGDAAN
725 GADDI, BENHUR ANGELO CAPIRAL
726 GAGNO, VINCE LINDSAY ARDANAS
727 GAJE, AIMEE ANDREA DELFIN
728 GALANG, ALISHA KYLE RAVANES
729 GALANG, KERSIE QUIAMBAO
730 GALANIDA, KRISHIA URIELE TRINIDAD
731 GALAPON, JESTER LEVI RILLERA
732 GALES, JANE VERRA MALUYA
733 GALIA, RHODA MAE MEDINA
734 GALICIA, REGINE GRACE ANICETO
735 GALIMBA, MARVIN FOSTANES
736 GALIT, CLARISSE ANN FEDERIO
737 GALLANO, ELLA PRISCILLA SOMIDO
738 GALLARDO, ALJANE MIRAS
739 GALLARDO, JENNA LUZEIL CONCEPCION
740 GALLEGO, SHERWIN MUTYA
741 GALLENERO, JESELOU IGCALINOS
742 GALLO, NICOLE JADE PEDROSA
743 GALUPE, CRISANTO POMIDA
744 GALVE, MARICAR MARIN
745 GALVEZ, JULIE MAE CASTILLO
746 GAMBOA, CLARIZA CORONACION
747 GAMBOA, KRISTIAN RAY ALMAGRO
748 GAMBOA, MA ALMA ALLIENA BERNARDO
749 GAMO, ROGEN JIREH BUSTAMANTE
750 GAMUTEA, BREEZE FABIANTES
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751 GANGOSO, ALYSSA ALYANNA SIAN
752 GANZON, MATT VINCI CANAGAN
753 GAPASIN, ALLYSA MACASIEB
754 GARAY, RAFAEL JOSH BRIONES
755 GARCES, PIA MARIAN RABANG
756 GARCIA, ADREN KAYE AGUIRRE
757 GARCIA, ANN BIANCA PEÑA
758 GARCIA, CHRISTIAN ENRIQUEZ
759 GARCIA, ERIK THOMAS TAMAYO
760 GARCIA, GLENDA JOY LAROYA
761 GARCIA, JANINA MARIE PACIS
762 GARCIA, MARIA VICTORIA VANESSA MADAYAG
763 GARCIA, MICKAELLA DELA CRUZ
764 GARCIA, MON GERALD TERRENAL
765 GARCIA, PAOLA LOUISE GARCIA
766 GARCIA, ROSE ANN MALONZO
767 GARFIN, REGINE GABITO
768 GARIFE, RICALYN RAMIREZ
769 GARIN, ALEAH DELA CRUZ
770 GASA, ANGELICA MAE MABAD
771 GASCON, NYLL GABRYLLE RAZONABLE
772 GATDULA, FATIMA MAE
773 GATDULA, RORIE JOYCE CASANE
774 GATELA, MARK JASON
775 GAVINO, AREN JOSUE
776 GAYAGOY, MARIONNE TAN
777 GENABE, ANGELA OCTAVIANO
778 GENOVISA, KRISHA MAE RODRIGUEZ
779 GERMAN, MARY GRACE NAVARRO
780 GERVACIO, ANGELICA MONTILLANO
781 GESMUNDO, WILLIE JR ESCARTIN
782 GILLAMAC, LEOPOLDO III VIACRUSIS
783 GIRAY, MAY ETHELYN BALUYA
784 GO, CARLHISTON BALANSAY
785 GO, JACKYLYN DE LA CRUZ
786 GO, MYCHELLINE HILARIO
787 GODALA, KEVIN JASPER NAVAL
788 GOMEZ, ALYSSA VICTORIA DANCEL
789 GOMEZ, GICHELLE BITUIN
790 GOMEZ, SCHENTELY ANNE DELA CRUZ
791 GONATO, SHIRLY LUCAÑAS
792 GONZALES, EILEEN SAGRIT
793 GONZALES, JOSHUA PAMINTUAN
794 GONZALES, MICA ARENAS
795 GONZALES, RALP LEZTER CALIPOSAN
796 GORGONIA, SHANNAH ARYANNA LABRADOR
797 GOZAR, LYNDON ALBAN
798 GOZON, PAOLO NIKOLO YAP
799 GRAVIDEZ, BEN RAY LUIS TACLOY
800 GROSPE, GELEEN FERNANDO
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801 GUEVARRA, MARIA CAMILLE GATDULA
802 GUEVARRA, PRINCESS ROMYNA MATEO
803 GUINO, ORLANDO JR CLAMAÑA
804 GUMA-OS, ABDULMALIK JR MAMA
805 GUTIERREZ, JORINA MACATANGAY
806 GUTIERREZ, MAE ANN TAÑAGRAS
807 GUTIERREZ, RYAN CUNANAN
808 HADJI EBRAHIM, MALICA RANDA
809 HAGIHARA, MARIKO UMAYAM
810 HAINTO, ANGELICA MAE LACA
811 HEBRON, VINCE MICHAEL ANIDA
812 HENZON, JOHN PAUL SANTOS
813 HERNANDEZ, ABEGAIL JEWELMAY FALNICAN
814 HERNANDEZ, ALLAINE LOCILLO
815 HERNANDEZ, ARIEL GERARD MIGRIÑO
816 HERNANDEZ, BEVERLY JOY PAGKALIWANGAN
817 HERNANDEZ, DANICA JOYCE LAVAREZ
818 HERNANDEZ, KATRINA MARIE LABORDO
819 HERNANDEZ, KENNETH GERONIMO
820 HERNANDEZ, RENZ APOSTOL
821 HIPOL, ANGELINO DAIVE III RAYMUNDO
822 IBO, JING-JING RAMOS
823 IFURUNG, JESSA MAE BITUN
824 IGLORIA, ROCEL VILLAGRACIA
825 IGNACIO, LARRY JR CALMA
826 IGNACIO, REXTER GONZALES
827 ILAGAN, ALIA JUSTINE CASIÑO
828 ILAGAN, MARIA AR-JANE PAQUILIT
829 ILISAN, KEZEAH KEREN TAGALOGUIN
830 ILOSO, LYNNETTE LAO
831 INGALLA, EDENOR CALONGCAGONG
832 INIHAO, CHARLENE BERING
833 INOVERO, FRANCIS ALAIN PARIÑAS
834 IRINCO, MICHAEL JUNE ESQUILLO
835 IRLANDA, MARIELLE LOUISE SAN MIGUEL
836 ISAGUIRRE, KYLE ANDREW PANDES
837 ISAIS, KRICHELLE QUEBENGCO
838 ISIDRO, ALLANA MAE MARTINEZ
839 ISON, CHRISTIAN SABAYBAY
840 ISRAEL, DIANA ROSE DABU
841 JABINAL, ALLAN LABRAGUE
842 JACINTO, KAISER JOY RAMOS
843 JALGALADO, PATRICIA NICOLE PERLADO
844 JAMORA, BEVERLY JURILLA
845 JARDIN, MARION ANNE YBANEZ
846 JAVA, IVY JOYCE DELOS REYES
847 JAVATE, DIANNE LORRAINE FACTOR
848 JAVIER, CARL NOAH LUIS AGUBA
849 JAVIER, JEROME MALAQUE
850 JAVIER, MA DARLENE ANNE UNTIVEROS
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851 JIMENEZ, DENISE LAZARO
852 JIMENEZ, MIGUELITO JR PAGAPONG
853 JOAQUIN, AIRA JEAN STA ANA
854 JOAQUIN, CHANTAL RIEZA
855 JOAQUIN, KIMBERLY PUBLICO
856 JOHNNY, RAIZZA ANTONIO
857 JOSE, IDEL DENISE CORTEZ
858 JOSE, KATRINA FRANCESCA YU
859 JUAN, KEISHA LEI DALO
860 JULIAN, MA ANGELICA BUENAVENTURA
861 JUNIO, IRISH KATE FERRER
862 JUNTILLANO, RUBY FAUSTINO
863 KALALO, MERYLL RAE QUINTANA
864 KEITH, CZARINA PHIVI EDULIAN
865 KILAYON, ROMAR DAYAG
866 KING, JOHN ANDREW HOJILLA
867 KWOK, IVAN SALES
868 LAAB, JUSTINE PAUL DELA CRUZ
869 LABAO, KRIXIA CAMILLE MARQUEZ
870 LABORCE, LOUIS HENRY OCAMPO
871 LABORTE, ESROM LAGUERTA
872 LABRADOR, GESSA CRISTELLE MAGPULONG
873 LABUGUEN, CZAREENA MARIE RAMOS
874 LACBAY, CIRYN CALANDRIA
875 LACRA, JOKER LEGASPI
876 LACSON, MIKEE CARLO DIZON
877 LADARAN, AIFE CASIMSIMAN
878 LADISLA, MARK LEONEL BENICO
879 LADRERA, JHENEMA LAGO
880 LAGGUI, KIM IVY DEL ROSARIO
881 LAGNADA, KIEFFER JAÑIO ADONIS
882 LAGTAPON, BETHEL ZEA DALISAY
883 LAGUNDI, JENICA LEON'E ASCURA
884 LAJERA, MARK JOSEPH TAIWAN
885 LAJOS, JAYSON ORCULLO
886 LANDINGIN, CHENNA ANNE CORDA
887 LANGAM, STEPHANIE ANTOPINA
888 LANIA, JEFFERON AGULAY
889 LANO, JOHN MICHAEL LABRADOR
890 LAO, VANESSA DY
891 LAPINIG, AMELIN RUNAS
892 LAPUT, CARLO CHUA
893 LARGO, LOUISE DIMLA
894 LARIZ, PAULINE KAYE ALVAREZ
895 LARIZA, SHELLAH MAE PATCHES
896 LAT, OSCAR JR MANGUE
897 LATIGO, MYRNA DUCAY
898 LATOSA, PETER APOLLO DATO
899 LAUREANO, STEPHANI GRACE DIMAUNAHAN
900 LAURENTE, MARJORIE LAURENTE
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901 LAURETA, FLORIE MAY GAFFUD
902 LAURON, SAMANTHA SHEYN TANDAN
903 LAVEGA, RONALIEN CLARITO
904 LAXINA, WILSON JAY PABIA
905 LAYAOEN, GERMY VIAN ALLADO
906 LAZA, JAMIL KIM BUHAY
907 LAZATIN, MARY KATE RUSSELL LAPUZ
908 LAZERNA, LORENZ NEIL CASTILLO
909 LAZO, JILLIAN DANA DAGDAG
910 LEAL, ZOREN ELEPONGA
911 LEANDICHO, TRISHA RENEE MALLAPRE
912 LECETIVO, RIZZA MAE DOMAGSANG
913 LEE, CAMILLE VICTORIA ANNE BENOSA
914 LEGASPI, AG KIMBERLY TOSIO
915 LEGASPI, PATRICIA MAE PINEDA
916 LEJARDE, MA FATIMA LOPEZ
917 LEONIDA, LEMUEL ODTUHAN
918 LESMA, ISAA RUTH FERNANDEZ
919 LIBUNAO, JOSHUA EMMANUEL CASTILLO
920 LIGLIGEN, RUTH KRIZELLE AKILIT
921 LIM, ALIZZIA PASCO
922 LIM, CHRISTIAN DALE CIDRO
923 LIM, JAEL GEORGIA VALDEZ
924 LIM, MARION MAE UY
925 LIM, MICHELLE IBARRA
926 LIM-RANOLA, ELLA MONICA ELIGIO
927 LIMOSNERO, KIM DECOLONGON
928 LIN, JORDAN CHING
929 LINABOG, PAUL
930 LINDOG, MONETH LIBRADA
931 LINGAT, ZCHANAYA JIANNA DIZON
932 LINO, JAQUELENE CHAMOS
933 LLANES, VANESSA BUENAVENTURA
934 LLENA, MARVIN OLIVER
935 LLOVIDO, GRACEZHELLE ANNE TABLANTE
936 LOMONDOT, ABDULJABBAR ABDULRAHMAN
937 LOPERA, PAULEEN FAYE BULATAO
938 LOPEZ, EDGAR JR GONZALES
939 LOPEZ, HANNAH FAYE KABANDIN
940 LOPEZ, JHEDDAN UCOL
941 LORIA, JOHN PATRICK CELIS
942 LOYOLA, CARLIE AGUILAR
943 LOZANO, TUBBY TROY KENT DU
944 LU, KENNETH RYAN BERMUDA
945 LU-AYON, ARFAXAD LAPIZ
946 LUCAS, MA DHENNILYNE BARONE
947 LUCEÑARA, DAVID CARLO DELIMA
948 LUMABI, MONICA BALDOSA
949 LUMINARIAS, EVANGELYN RELAMPAGOS
950 LUNA, JOLINA CABIDA
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951 LUYAHAN, MARK DAVE BAGONGON
952 LUZADA, LOIDA PODES
953 MACADANGDANG, LARMAINE PAPA
954 MACADANGDANG, MACKY RABINO
955 MACAGBA, EUNICE FRANCIA AGNO
956 MACAPAGAL, PRINCESS COLEEN MACALALAD
957 MACAPIA, ARIANE MAE PACCARANGAN
958 MACARAEG, ABIGAIL GERASMIO
959 MACARIO, REMALYN BAGAYAO
960 MACASIL, HANZE EMMANUEL TY
961 MACASPAC, JOHN ALMERT MANLICLIC
962 MACATANGAY, CLARISSA BUNQUIN
963 MACATANGAY, NOEMI MENDOZA
964 MACEDA, INA VANESSA REYES
965 MACHON, LAURIZ DILLUMAS
966 MADEJA, JANRIC CADA
967 MADEJA, NELLIEN LOUISE MAQUEDA
968 MADERO, VINA ROSE CAYACO
969 MADOLID, MIKE REY DERATAS
970 MADRID, AUDILYN PEREZ
971 MADRILEJOS, CARLO VILLANUEVA
972 MAGAHIS, DANNAH DIOVINDA TAGLE
973 MAGALLANO, PETE ANDREI MARTINITO
974 MAGAMAY, JUVINE SALAZAR
975 MAGBUAL, JOSHUA AMOR FLOR
976 MAGBUHOS, EUNICE BERINGUELA
977 MAGLANQUE, RIZZA MAE MAGLAQUI
978 MAGLAYA, LAWRENCE DAVE BERNAL
979 MAGNO, MARINELA THEA CRISOSTOMO
980 MAGPANTAY, JANICA MABINI
981 MAGSOMBOL, JESSICA ANN SOSING
982 MAGSUAY, REGINA JOCES BORJA
983 MAGTIBAY, SHARRA KAE AQUINO
984 MAHAYAG, JAY MARK MERCADO
985 MALABANAN, LOWELA MAE CUEVAS
986 MALAYAW, ROSE ANNE CABORNAY
987 MALICSI, LEONARD KEVIN CARENA
988 MALIT, ARJANE SIMBILLO
989 MALLARE, DANIEL SALCEDO
990 MALLARI, WILMA MUYOT
991 MALONZO, CHARLENE TUMAMBING
992 MALONZO, JES-JIREH VARGAS
993 MALUBAY, GREMAICA ARA GERMINA
994 MAMIIT, KRISHIA LEI MANGASI
995 MANABIT, CHRISTOPHER JOHN VANZUELA
996 MANAHAN, MICAH LORRAINE ROSARIO
997 MANALANG, NICOLE ANNE LORENZO
998 MANALO, JEAN CHEYIENNE REYES
999 MANALO, JOSHUA RENZO FAJARDO
1000 MANALO, KENNETH GUARDINO
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Seq. No. N a m e
1001 MANALO, MARK RUSSEL DABU
1002 MANALO, VILMA CLARETTE PEREZ
1003 MANAROS, AMER-AL SAYED BAGRO
1004 MANAYAO, MICHAEL ANGELO MARTIN
1005 MANDAP, CAMILLE CANDELARIA
1006 MANDAP, ERNESTINE EUGENIO
1007 MANGO, JUDE FAGCAYANG
1008 MANGRAR, SITTIE OMAIMA GAYAK
1009 MANGUBAT, RIGGS GAHUMAN
1010 MANGUIN, ERIKA JANE FAUSTINO
1011 MANICO, SILVERIO JUMAWAN
1012 MANITO, JAYBE VENTURA
1013 MANJARES, KAREN MAE GABRIEL
1014 MANTES, MARY ANN MUJAR
1015 MANUCDOC, JESSA MAE RAMOS
1016 MANUEL, JOCELYN REMPIS
1017 MANZANA, ANGELA ORO
1018 MAPOY, ERAH JOY FIGAROLA
1019 MAPPALA, GRACE ARNEDO
1020 MAPUSAO, KEYCEILYN SUMAGUE
1021 MARAAT, GEOMARI SARABIA
1022 MARANCA, KIMBERLY ANNE CRUZ
1023 MARANGA, CORA JANE BASAK
1024 MARAPAO, CINDYLOU JASMIN
1025 MARAPO, LEOPOLDO JR EJES
1026 MARAVILLA, JEFFREY JIMENEZ
1027 MARAYA, NOELANI GRACEL YANUARIO
1028 MARCIAL, JOSHUA ADRIAN SORNIT
1029 MARCOS, MA THERESA MARIANO
1030 MARIANO, JOHN FRANCE AUDITOR
1031 MARIGONDON, JESIE JANE PELERIO
1032 MARIN, VINA MARIA BAYANI
1033 MARQUEZ, ANGELICA JOYCE DIMACULANGAN
1034 MARQUEZ, JOHN MICHAEL CABALES
1035 MARQUEZ, KIRSTY LEI CASTRO
1036 MARTILLANO, JOHN RYAN GANIO
1037 MARTINEZ, KATRINA NICOLE NISPEROS
1038 MARZAN, BRENN ANGELO PACLEB
1039 MARZAN, MA KRISTINE RONDINA
1040 MASAGCA, ALJHON ALELUYA
1041 MASANGCAY, MAUREEN JOY MASANGCAY
1042 MASULA, KEVIN ANDREI MOSTAJO
1043 MATA, AMIEL JOSEPH VALENZUELA
1044 MATA, GABRIELA PANTINOPLE
1045 MATANGCAS, ERROL JOY MASLOG
1046 MATIAS, JUDEL ARSENIO
1047 MATIC, JOMARI MICOLE LUCINDO
1048 MATUCINIO, MARLYN MILAN
1049 MAUHAY, ARAH ANGELA VILLALOBOS
1050 MAUYAG, KAMAR JR PACASUM
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1051 MAYANGITAN, JAN VINCENT LOPE
1052 MAYO, CHARLENE JOY MATEO
1053 MEDALLO, ELLAINE PATRICIA TANAEL
1054 MEDINA, KATELYN ANCHETA
1055 MEDIODIA, ARNOLD JR TAN
1056 MEDRANO, KENT LOURINE MONTILLA
1057 MELCHOR, MICHELLE BOJOCAN
1058 MENDOZA, CARLO JASON DOMINGO
1059 MENDOZA, CHRISTIAN PINEDA
1060 MENDOZA, CHRYSOLYTE VITUG
1061 MENDOZA, GWENDOLYN BARADILLO
1062 MENDOZA, JOHN CARLO LOZANO
1063 MENDOZA, MARIANE MANALO
1064 MENDOZA, MARK-JHIEVIE ROMIO
1065 MENDOZA, MHARLENE GUMASING
1066 MENDOZA, RUSSELL ANNE GIRON
1067 MENIANO, VAN LORENZ ALBOS
1068 MERCADER, YVETTE OPOLENTISIMA
1069 MERCADO, KARLA PACIS
1070 MERCIALES, LYNDON 1 PANDAAN
1071 METRAN, LYRA MARIE GUILLERMO
1072 MIGO, EMY ROSE CALANGI
1073 MILALLOS, MA ANGENINE BARTOLO
1074 MILANO, TEOVES CHRISTLYAND AGABON
1075 MIRABUENO, DANIEL OMAÑA
1076 MIRADOR, JAN MICHAELA CABELLO
1077 MIRAL, VENJELIE TAPANG
1078 MIRALLES, AUBRY ABELLANOSA
1079 MIRANDA, ASHLEY SHANE FERNANDEZ
1080 MIRANDILLA, ELAINE GAIL ARTES
1081 MIRANO, CELERINA CARVAJAL
1082 MIRANO, MARJON LOUISE MAE BELINO
1083 MISA, JEAN ZYRIL DE VERA
1084 MISSION, ELIZABETH TAJAN
1085 MOJADO, ROBERT JR SY
1086 MOJELLO, JESS CHARLS PATA
1087 MOLINA, MERRYVIC CIELO
1088 MONCENILLA, KRISTEL JADE HOJILLA
1089 MONES, ALLAN BENEDICK SIOBAL
1090 MONJARDIN, RACHEL ANNE MOJAR
1091 MONROY, ROPHIEJANE YNTELA
1092 MONTALLANA, MARK KENNETH AQUE
1093 MONTEALTO, DAZEL MAE ARCENAL
1094 MONTEJO, SYMON
1095 MONTEMAYOR, ELIEZL MENDOZA
1096 MONTEREY, SHIRLYN GRACE DILAG
1097 MONTGOMERY, JERALD JAMES GUERRERO
1098 MONTOYA, MARK DARYL EBERO
1099 MORADOS, ANNA ALEXANDRIA FRANCISCO
1100 MORALES, FHERLY GEL ORAÑO
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1101 MORANTE, MA VIKKI CLAIRE ONGCOY
1102 MORDENO, KRISHELLE MAE QUEMADO
1103 MORGIA, JIM AIRA IBARRA
1104 MORTIL, JADELYN HERMOGINO
1105 MOSAWAN, JERRY JR MARQUEZ
1106 MOSQUISA, SPENCER PAJARILLO
1107 MUECA, SHEA KARISSE ALEMAN
1108 MUHAMMAD, NURIEL AMEEN GARCIA
1109 MUNCAL, WARREN ESCAÑO
1110 MUTUC, CHRISTA MARIE DUAVIS

REGISTRATION AND OATHTAKING

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

Those who will register are required to bring the following:
  • downloaded duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
  • notice of admission (for identification only)
  • 2 pieces passport sized pictures (colored with white background and complete name tag)
  • 2 sets of documentary stamps
  • 1 piece short brown envelope

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

RELEASE OF RESULTS

According to PRC Resolution No. 1127, the target release of CPA board exam results is on Monday, May 27 or in five (5) working days after the test. However, results may be released online ahead or beyond the schedule without prior notice.

UPDATES

Monitor this page for the real-time updates on Accountancy board exam results. Check out also the official website of PRC for more information.
LIST OF PASSERS: A-M May 2019 CPA board exam result

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