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12 Cebu grads in top 10 of Chemical Technician Licensure Exam

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12 Cebu grads in top 10 of Chemical Technician Licensure Exam

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

TWELVE graduates from Cebu City universities made it to the top 10 of the October 2017 Chemical Technician Licensure Examination, said the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Wednesday.

Ranked first in the list of topnotchers was Diamond Jeff Romarate Paug, of the Cebu Institute of Technology-University (CIT-U), who got a passing rate of 92.50 percent.

He was followed by Caryl Joy Balsicas Esmeris of the University of the Philippines (UP)-Los Banos, Karlen Joseph De la Cruz of CIT-U, and Razel Apante Jallorina of the Technological University of the Philippines-Visayas who all got 91 percent.

Third-placer was Mark Ervin Ancot of the University of San Carlos (USC) in Cebu. He got 90.50 percent rating.

In the fourth place were USC graduates Joyce Marian Arnejo Belonguel and Chad Monte Igot who got 90 percent.

Fifth-placer were Rossano Balansag Bualat of CIT-U and Ruby Mae Salapi Mossot of USC. Both got 89.50 percent.

In the sixth place was Joselito Reyes Tumular Jr. of Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College), with 89 percent, while six graduates shared the seventh spot, namely, Janice Humelid Dinopol of Mindanao State University (MSU)-Marawi, Cladette EJ Cuenco Martinez of USC, Wilson Vergara Mendoza of UP-Diliman, Christopher Louis Pasion Orquiza of Philippine Normal University-Manila, Jephrey Cepres Semine of MSU-Marawi, and Wendy Atilano Tayson of Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod City who all got a rating of 88.50 percent.

Eighth-placers were Anna Cariza Aniago Basilio of Technological University of the Philippines-Taguig, Mary Rose Barraca Esclamada of Technological University of the Philippines-Visayas, Anna Zarina Tiu Ladaga of Mapua Institute of Technology Manila, Love Joy Forro Piagola of University of Saint La Salle, and Manolito Gonzaga Ybañez Jr. of the Philippine Normal University Manila. They got 88 percent.

Eight graduates with 87.50 percent rating shared the ninth spot. These include Ronalyn Ibon Andagan of CNU, Rey Joseph Jumawan Ganado of Technological University of the Philippines-Manila, Joshua Penada Marikit of Technological University of the Philippines-Manila, Gilbert Gutierrez Miranda of Technological University of the Philippines-Manila, Marjon Tan Navida of USC, Khrislyr Joy Alabia Olmedo of Technological University of the Philippines-Visayas, Kyle Jay Baguio Padilla of CNU, and Riann Martin Olquino Sarza of UP-Diliman.

In the 10th spot with 87 percent rating were Krizthel Lourdes Abordo Amanca of Palawan State University-Puerto Princesa, Joseph Ryan Panes Lozada of UP Visayas-Iloilo, Kurts Luoie Deserto Maglipas of MSU-Marawi, Karlo Cesar Diago Plasabas of Mindanao State University-Zamboanga, and Justine Fugen Viernes of Technological University of the Philippines-Manila.

Below is the complete list of successful examinees:

The PRC said that 720 out of 845 examinees passed the Chemical Technician Licensure Examination, which was given by the Board of Chemistry in Manila, Cagayan De Oro and Cebu this October. (SunStar Philippines)

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