Usep, UM grads top Secondary LET

A GRADUATE of the University of Southeastern Philippines (Usep)-Davao thought that it was just a prank when he saw his name in the top one spot in the recent results of the Secondary Education LET 2018.

Francis Dave Cabanting of the Usep-Davao and Samuel John Parreño of the University of Mindanao (UM)-Digos were ranked first in this year's LET Secondary Education with 92.80 percent rating.

Cabanting said in an interview with SunStar Davao that he did not believe at first because he thought it was just a prank, adding that he was thankful to God and his family especially that it was his birthday last Friday, the day the LET results was released.

Melyn Joy Canomay of UM Digos placed second along with a graduate from University of Southern Mindanao-Kabacan garnering 92.60.

Adelfa C. Lavilla of Compostela Valley State College-Maragusan and Ivony Fabronero Panaguiton of John Paul II College earned top three spot with 92.40 along with a student from Surigao State Colllege of Technology.

Norman Anthony Cuizon of Ateneo de Davao University (Addu), Arnie Boy Obeda Guitguit of UM-Davao and Jorem Prince Elisan Verola of Compostela Valley State College garnered 92.20 percent, placing in top four along with a graduate from Philippine Normal University-Mindanao.

Placing in the Top 5 are all graduates from Davao region schools: Ellen Mae T. Gonato of UM Digos; Rhodel Christian G. Itang of Cor Jesu College in Digos, Davao del Sur; James Bryan Cupang Ranes of Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology; and Mariel Diones Villasencio of Usep Tagum, garnering an average of 92.00 percent.

Nelvin Quirol Balili of Kolehiyo ng Pantukan-Compostela Valley, Nessie Bem M. Bersabe of UM-Digos, Kimberly Shayne L. Cabahug of AdDU, Ledison L. Castillo of Usep-Davao, Shawn CJ A. Colman and Joseph Roi T. Makiling of UM-Davao, Risando A. Namoc Jr. of Cor Jesu College-Digos and Stephanie Cayaban Pablo of Saint Mary's College-Tagum shared the top six spot along with two other students from different regions earning 91.80 percent.

Justin Jumar B. Aceron of Davao del Norte State College, Charmaenlou T. Alampayan of Usep-Tagum and Jeramie C. Corsonado of UM-Davao and Nahur Ibrahim Hasan of UM-Digos were placed in the seventh rank along with six other graduates of different universities, having an average of 91.60 percent.

Clement John Cordova of UM-Panabo, Diane Fe C. Galan of UM-Davao, Johnryl B. Garzon of Cor Jesu College-Digos, Jea Farida R. Guroalim of Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine Aquatic School of Technology (Spamast)-Malita, Louine Mae Reputana Leopardas of Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology, Michael Carillo Morre Jr of Compostela Valley College-Main, Jayson Kitts C. Poquita of Compostela Valley State College-Maragusan and Jelord Rosalta of Spamast-Malita are all in top 8, along with seven other graduates from diffent regions garnering 91.40 percent.

While Dorena Criszel R. Aldaya of Cor Jesu College-Digos, Baby Joy P. Naquila of Saint Peter's College of Toril, Abbie Hazel A. Suganan of UM-Davao, Tom Paulie M. Tongol of UM-Tagum and Agan Mark Villasan of Cor Jesu College-Digos are all in ninth spot with 91.20 percent, along with five other graduates from Luzon and Mindanao.

Janine Marie Abregana of Cor Jesu College-Digos, Alecs Kristin B. Calawag of Davao del Norte State College, Jean Haspe D. Cañafor of Usep-Davao, Maria Julianne Kristine J. Cosning of UM-Davao, Anjie B. Dumlao of UM-Tagum, Rey Almer L. Gindap of Saint Mary's College-Tagum, Ellen Grace M. Micutan of UM-Davao, Patrick Jules E. Pal of Holy Cross of Davao College, Justine Daphnie Salvacion of Cor Jesu College-Digos and Merjun A. Tugnao of UM-Digos placed in the tenth spot with percentage rate of 91.00, together with eight other students from different regions. (RJC)


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