Med Tech Board Exam
September 8, 2011 by staff
Med Tech Board Exam, The Professional Regulation Commission announced that examined 1123 of 1,480 passed the examination administered technical medical leave in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao and cities last week.
Baisac Basubas Isabelle, a graduate of Cebu Doctors University, led a review of the Council, achieving a score of 91.70 percent, while Sherry Mae Almost? O Mondo Velez College, also in Cebu, took second place with 91.30 percent.
Other examinees who landed in the top ten were: Gelyn Modequillo Ty, the University of San Pedro, the city of Davao, with a score of 90.20 percent, Cyrille Enobia Bebelone Maria Trinidad, University of the Immaculate Conception Davao, with 89.80 percent; Maritana Roxanne Figueroa, University of Perpetual Help System Laguna, with 89.60 percent, and Ma Cecilia Miranda Santos, University of St. Thomas, who scored 89.50 percent.
Pulvera Lourivy Durano of the University of the Immaculate Conception, Davao, and Michael John Amolong Mondragon University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, tied for seventh place with a score of 89.40 percent.
The pleasures of others: Dela Cerna Jana Barbra Mayol, Cebu Doctors University, and Cherry Rose Tuazon Reyes of the University of Santo Tomas, who tied for eighth place with a score of 89.20 percent; Cheryl Samson Julie Argent, San Pedro College-Davao City, and tied for tenth place with a score of 88.90 percent are Ray Dela Cruz Carlo Villanueva del Liceo University of the Philippines, Batangas, and Jake Lester Villanueva University Puga Far East Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation.
The top four low-performing schools in the Board examinations are the University of St. Louis with a rate of one hundred per cent passes in 60 of the makers all spent together, the FEU Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation with 95.16 percent, UST, where 249 of 264 takers pass the board happens to the percentage set at 94.32 percent, and San Pedro College, Davao City, with a rate of 85.14 percent passing.
The test results were released in court three days after the scheduled tests were conducted on September 3 and 4 simultaneously in four cities.
The PRC said that registration for the issuance of IDs and professional registration certificates to successful examinees will start on September 12 and end on September 15.
The new professional medical technologists are encouraged to bring all the requirements and register in person and sign the list of registered professionals, as well as the expected announcement on the program of his oath.
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