Monday, June 17, 2019

3 RTRMF grads top November 2018 nurse licensure exam

Angelae Priscilla Cahilig, Arianne Grapilon, and Kathryn Angelie Bugho (Photos from Power Development Center)

THREE graduates from the Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Medical Foundation (RTRMF)-College of Nursing in Tacloban City have topped in the November 2018 Nurse Licensure Examination.

The three graduates who made it to the top 10 are Kathryn Angelie Bugho, 2nd place with a rating of 86.80%; Angelae Priscilla Cahilig, 7th place with a rating of 85.40%; and Arianne Grapilon, 9th place with a rating of 85.00%.

“We are overwhelmed with joy and pride. Our profuse thanks to you all. Praise God for an early Christmas gift,” said Cora Gasco, the dean of the College of Nursing.

“Doña Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation College of Nursing Tacloban did it again for 11 consecutive years now. Another feather in our cap,” added Gasco while acknowledging the support of Juliette Gomez-Romualdez, former Leyte First District representative Ferdinand Martin Romualdez and his wife Leyte First District Representative Yedda Marie Romualdez, along with the entire RTRMF community.

Gasco also expressed her gratitude to batch Onyx 2018 for its 100% passing performance.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released the examination results on Friday, December 7.

It said that 4,811 out of 12,033 examinees passed the examination given by the Board of Nursing in various cities in the Philippines on November 17 and 18.

Jennifer Jacob Quirante from the University of Santo Tomas topped the examination with a rating of 87.80%. (SunStar Philippines)


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