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Top 10 nursing board examinees

MANILA, Philippines—Following are the top 10 examinees of the December 2011 Nurse Licensure Examination:

Top 1

Jerald  Lalaguna  Pelayo,  Mountain View College–86.40%

Top 2

Linsid Angelou  Absin  Tapongot, Xavier University–86.00

Top 3

Joanne  Layosa  Santamaria, Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila–85.80

Top 4

Jhomae  Ferrer  Castillo, Saint Mary’s University–85.20

Melchor  Noval  Dapo  Jr., Manila Adventist Medical Center & Sch. Of Medical Arts, Inc–85.20

Ralph Ryan  Villafranca  De La Rosa, Xavier University–85.20

Princess Roschelle  Domingo  Limson, University Of Perpetual Help System-Laguna–85.20

Top 5

Jobelle  Mamaril  Calicdan, Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila–85.00

Jerico  Puno  Carreon, Manuel S. Enverga Univ. Foundation-Lucena City–             85.00

Vins Mary  Encarnacion  Estilloro, University Of San Agustin–85.00

Reynaldo  Serrano  Flores  Jr, Southern Luzon State University-Lucban (SLPC)–85.00

Romienne Lily June  Soledad  Garcia, University Of Iloilo–85.00

Euanne  Cabillo  Orellano, Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation  85.00

Top 6

Judy  Caratao  Bargas, Saint Anthony College Of Roxas City–84.80

Lexan Erdin  Lim  Cordial, Adventist University Of The Philippines–84.80

Mark Ray  Aluk  Espinoza, Xavier University–84.80

Top 7

Katherene  Palces  Batuhan, Ateneo De Davao University–84.60

Jack Lester  Talaga  Desembrana               , Manuel S. Enverga Univ. Foundation-Lucena City–84.60

Raymond  Frias  Fabronero, University Of San Carlos–84.60

Nikki  Ico  Magleo, Saint Louis University–84.60

Neil  Dy  Obsioma, Xavier University–84.60

Tiffany Ann  Palencia  Palmares, Central Philippine University–84.60

Niña Hamili  Garde  Piao,  College Of Maasin–84.60

Paul Gibson  Sepe  Reyes, University Of San Carlos–84.60

Maria Mahini  Camo  Santos, Arellano University-Manila–84.60

Top 8

Vincent Jerven  Estose  Barimbao, Xavier University–84.40

Patrick Jose  Agnar  David, Saint Mary’s University–84.40

Zina Marlyn  Lorenzo  Fronda, Laguna Northwestern College–84.40

Ma Leander  Salcedo  Garcia,  Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila–84.40

Melanie Grace  Sia  Go,  Xavier University–84.40

Martina Aurea  Malferrari  Jugador, Xavier University–84.40

Ruby Ann  Mendoza  Muyuela, Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila–84.40

Cris Joseph  Florida  Raymundo,                Arellano University-Manila–84.40

Kristian Irish  Pipo  Sacay, Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila–84.40

Inna Joyce  Jusi  Siazon,                 Saint Paul University-Tuguegarao–84.40

Carren Agnes  Honrada  Solidor, Xavier University–84.40

Cheyserr  Tubadeza  Zingapan, Saint Mary’s University–84.40

Top 9

Robelen-Ann  Getubig  Callanta, Father Saturnino Urios University (Urios Coll)– 84.20

Jinky  Mendoza  Cerbo, University Of Perpetual Help Rizal-Molino–84.20

Ingrid Doreen  Sagun  Dumalagan, Silliman University–84.20

Kathleen  Flores  Eviza   Rizal Technological University–84.20

Emman June  Pahinte  Rubin, Liceo De Cagayan University–84.20

Jierell Mae  Victor  Saguinhon, Mountain View College–84.20

Ana Marie  Hernando  Salsona, University Of San Agustin–84.20

Aga  Años  Sibal,  Capitol University (For.Cagayan Capitol Coll.)– 84.20

Top 10

Michelle  Calamba  Ariola, Saint Paul University-Tuguegarao–84.00

Sharwin Marie  Sarno, Catedral  Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod City–84.00

Ivy May  Soy  Daus, Saint Louis University–84.00

Ma Cleo Guada Leonil  Villanel  Dequito, San Pedro College-Davao City–84.00

Julie Carmen  Jimena  Doreza, Saint Paul University-Iloilo–84.00

Belly Marie  Jalos  Faller , Southern Luzon State University-Lucban (SLPC)– 84.00

Bonife Marie  Sentorias  Gaso, Silliman University–84.00

Erica  Dizer  Hilado, Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod City–84.00

Paul Jensen  Eleno  Malicsi, Arellano University-Manila–84.00

Opalyn Grace  Salcedo  Malunes               , Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod City–84.00

Evangelina  Cruz  Naredo, University Of Makati–               84.00

Abegail  Bucu  Perez, Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila–84.00

Mariel Kris  Alcantara  Rael, Xavier University–84.00

Raiza Mae  Gordiel  Rodriguez, Xavier University–84.00

Charles  Riotita  Sia, Saint Paul University-Tuguegarao–84.00

Raygene Valerie  Soriano  Terrado, University Of Luzon (Luzon Coll.)– 84.00

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/POYDSVBFXTJ377DHLDKMX3W5TM Felix

    deferred list of nursing board exam passers dec 2011

  • braguldo_escudero

    congratulations.  60 na examinees pala ang nasa top 10…???

  • Platypus09

    The Board of Nursing / PRC should break down these scores or grades into 0.11, 0.12, 0.13 and so forth to come up with actual TOP TEN with ten test takers, rather than 60 of them to squeeze into these 10 placements.

    These Board of Examiners need to go to Graduate School to get there masters degrees and know how spread these scores into actual top ten placements with one hundredths of a point differences if needed.

  • Datu Suki

    Now the real world, it does not matter if you were a topnotcher. In the US, first pass the Nclex, then trying to get a job competing with local grads. By the way they seem to give priority to local grads. Good luck to all of you.

    • Platypus09

      It is true.

      That is why NCLEX in the US does not rank the takers and come up with top ten ranking because it does not make any difference in the lives of the passers and the topnotchers themselves.

      What does matter is how you use your license and how you are in making a difference in the lives of the people you serve.

      PRC and it’s Boards of Examiners should do the same thing.

      Plain and simple.

  • cantonese

    Congrats sa lahat na nakapasa. Sana naman mabigyan kayo ng trabaho dito sa bansa natin para hindi na kayo lumayo sa mga minamahal ninyo.

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