ONE criminology graduate from the University of Mindanao ranked first in the Criminologist Licensure Examination in June, while another ranked fourth.

Gander Quillip from the University of Mindanao (UM)-Digos College topped the exam with an 88.40 percent rate, while Joel Quibol from University of Mindanao (UM)-Tagum College ranked fourth with 87.90 percent.

At second place is Matthew Solomon from ICCT Colleges Foundation with 88.35 percent, followed by John Carlo Fetalvero from Bestlik College of the Philippines at third place with 87.95 percent. Ambot Agway from Maila Rosario College Tuguegarao City placed fifth with 87.30 percent.

Also among the top passers are graduates from Cagayan de Oro College, Hegel Ysadore Ragasajo at sixth place with 87.10 percent, Jeanny Ann Balboa ranked seventh with 87.05 percent, and Reymark Labitad at eighth place with 86.95 percent.

Placing ninth is Fairybelle Liwayan from University of Baguio with 86.85 percent while Jay-Ar Laron of the Universidad de Manila placed 10th with 86.70 percent.

The top performing school in the Criminologist Licensure Examination was University of the Cordilleras-Baguio for having 83 passers with a passing rate of 95.88 percent, followed by Lipa City Colleges at second place with 91.18 percent, and University of Baguio at third place with 82.93 percent.

A total of 5,202 out of 20,819 examiners all over the country passed the Criminologist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Criminology.

The results were released by the Professional Regulation Commission after twelve working days from the day of examination last June 17.