DLSU grad tops chemical engineering licensure exam
MANILA, Philippines — A graduate of the De La Salle University-Manila topped the November 2019 chemical engineering licensure examination, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced Wednesday.
PRC said 899 of the 1,259 examinees passed the exam.
DLSU-Manila graduate Martin Zechariah Magat Valencia garnered a rating of 86.10 percent, followed by Maru Feriel Olivan Del Carmen from the University of the Philippines-Diliman who garnered 85.80 percent.
Other passers who got highest ratings were:
- Chester Jules Antonio Tantoco (University of the Philippines-Los Baños) – 84.70 percent
- Mark Nikko Estocapio Alfon (University of the Philippines-Visayas) – 84.20 percent
- Rex Gregor Manalo Laylo (Batangas State University-Alangilan) – 84.20 percent
- Edward Jan Casuyon Bacalso (University of Mindanao-Davao City) – 83.90 percent
- Daniel Ian Fernando Lumandas (University of the Philippines-Diliman) – 83.60 percent
- Perry Kiwang Compala (Saint Louis University) – 83.50 percent
- Jaron Nicolas Tung Uy (University of the Philippines-Diliman) – 83.50 percent
- John Anthony Camacho Kho (University of the Philippines-Diliman) – 83.10 percent
- Mc Jason Luardo Laurete (Xavier University) – 83.10 percent
- Joemarie Ramos Domingo (Cagayan State University-Tuguegarao) – 82.80 percent
- Ronald Eldrick De Chavez Guico (University of the Philippines-Diliman) – 82.60 percent
The exam was given by the Board of Chemical Engineering in Manila and Cebu.
The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said test will be announced later, PRC said.
The full list of passers can be accessed here.
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