UIC is top performing school in pharmacy-A A +A
Thursday, January 17, 2013
THE University of the Immaculate Conception (UIC) in Davao City emerged as the top performing school during the January 2013 Pharmacist Licensure Examination, while a graduate from San Pedro College (SPC) ranked second in the top 10 list nationwide.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced Tuesday that 72 -- 69 first timers and three repeaters -- out of 79 Pharmacy graduates from UIC passed the licensure examination with a passing rate of 91.14.
A total of 641 out of 1,181 examiners passed the examinations held in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu and Davao on January 12 and 13. The PRC released the results two working days after the last day of examination.
Among the successful examinees who garnered the 10 highest places is John Carlo Labor Madrid of SPC, who placed second with a rating of 91.60.
Henson Bagamasbad Turalde of the University of the Philippines-Manila topped the examinations with a 91.62 rating.
Three passers from UIC also made it to the list of topnotchers -- Reysa Raphaele Gulle Gabilagon with 90.58 percent and ranked seventh; eight placer Graile Anna Anzures, who garnered a rating of 90.50; and Nevia Sheena Andoy Boreros, with 89.82 percent, as the 10th placer.
The rest of the list are: Vanna Alyssa Marana Yu, UP-Manila, 91.25 percent as the third placer; Regine Philline Soriano Del Rosario of UP- Manila, with 91.12, placed fourth; followed by Carlbee Rose Sanchez Teng, UP-Manila, 91.05, as fifth; sixth placer is Jerome Booc Maambong of Southwestern University, 90.93; and Evan Te Dykimching (UP-Manila), 89.92 percent, as the ninth placer.
Meanwhile, 35 out of 54 graduates from SPC passed the Pharmacist licensure exam, with 30 first takers and five retakers.
PRC said the registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card and Certificate of Registration will start on Tuesday, January 22, 2013, but not later than January 25, 2013. (ANC)
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 17, 2013.