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CPA exam results out; Colegio de Dagupan grad is topnotcher

/ 09:32 AM October 16, 2015

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced Friday that 5,468 out of 13,317 passed the Certified Public Accountant licensure examination given by the board of accountancy in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi and Lucena earlier this month.

Ralley Soriano Paragas of Colegio de Dagupan topped the exam with the rating of 92.86 percent.

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No. 2 placer was Ian Kier Javate Valencia of Batangas State University who garnered the rating of 92.57 percent.

Third placer was Ronna Mae Enteria Ferrer of Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Main-Sta. Mesa getting 92.14 percent.

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Following are the rest of the Top 10 successful examinees:

4.) Michael John Datu David, Holy Angel University, 91.86 percent

Sharmaine Dianne Chua Mamaed, Ateneo de Davao University, 91.86 percent

5.) James Robert Dela Torre Aguila, Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Main-Sta. Mesa, 91.71 percent

Masako Maniago Pineda, Holy Angel University, 91.71 percent

Stephanie Alacar Solomon, University of Baguio, 91.71 percent

6.) Catherine Joyce Calara Espineda, Wesleyan University-Philippines, 91.43 percent

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Bethany Cheluhi Nora Pedro, University of Saint Louis, 91.43 percent

Hannah Faye Krystle Albarracin Reyes, De La Salle University-Lipa, 91.43 percent

7.) Charles Reginald Khu Hwang, De La Salle University-Manila, 91.29 percent

Kenneth Guevarra Limosnero, University Of Saint La Salle, 91.29 percent

May Anne Rivera Reyes, University of Santo Tomas, 91.29 percent

8.) Ma Rosa Mia Robles Reyes, University of Santo Tomas, 91.14 percent

Fern Adriel Mission Velasco, Colegio de Dagupan, 91.14 percent

9.) Keren Kristel Maralit Dimaculangan, De La Salle University-Lipa, 91.00 percent

Anne Frances Ong Lee, University Of The Philippines-Diliman, 91.00 percent

10.) Gerremie Oya Bual, San Pablo Colleges, 90.86 percent

Edward Del Fin Manaloto, Holy Angel University, 90.86 percent

Monico Paulo Balleras Rañosa, Bicol University-Daraga, 90.86 percent

The Board of Accountancy is composed of Joel L. Tan-Torres, Chairman; Eliseo A. Aurellado, Gerard B. Sanvictores, Gloria T. Baysa, Concordio S. Quisaot and Samuel B. Padilla, Members.

Registration for the issuance of professional ID and certificate of registration will start on October 26, 2015 but not later than November 6, 2015, the PRC announced.

The PRC said those who will register are required to bring duly accomplished oath form or panunumpa ng propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), one piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), two sets of metered documentary stamps and one short brown envelope with name and profession.

The initial registration fee is P600 and annual registration fee is P450 for 2015-18, the PRC said.

It said successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oath-taking ceremony of the new successful examinees will be announced later, the PRC said.

See the first part of the results here. This page will be updated to complete the list of successful examinees. Risnie Ann Maricuelo

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