Mapua, UPD tops 2022 Geology licensure exams | Inquirer News

Mapua, UPD tops 2022 Geology licensure exams

By: - Reporter / @zacariansINQ
/ 10:57 PM November 17, 2022
A total of 154 of 306 examinees passed the November 2022 Geology licensure examinations, said the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Thursday.

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MANILA, Philippines — A total of 154 of 306 examinees passed the November 2022 Geology licensure examinations, said the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Thursday.

The Geology Licensure exams were held on November 15 to 17, 2022 in testing centers in Metro Manila.

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Two students tied at first place on the list of examinees that topped the exam, Lawrence Glen Fulgar Sabaria of Mapua University-Manila and Tiffany Ashley Falsis Uy of the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman, who both scored 83.70 percent.

At second place is another graduate of UP Diliman, Editha Rose Buhay Chavez who scored 83 percent, followed by Ken Adrian Cupay Villarias from the University of Southeastern Philippines-Davao City who scored 83 percent.

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Meanwhile, UP Diliman was named as the top performing school of the said examinations after ending with a passing rate of 92.50 percent.

The full list of the passers can be found here: 2022 November Geology Licensure Examinations

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