Congratulations to our new set of Chemical Engineers!
The Profession Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that 301 out 638 (47.18%) passed the recently concluded three-day Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination held in Manila and Cebu this November 2011.
Alexander Selirio of Mapua Institute of Technology topped the Board Exam with a score of 84.60%. Filling the second and third spots are Jomuel Velandres of University of the Philippines Los Baños and a tie between Joe Val Alipin of University of La Salle and Christine Asuncion* of University of the Philippines Diliman, garnering the scores of 82.20% and 81.30%, respectively.
University of the Philippines Diliman remains as the top performing school with the passing rate of 84.34% (70 out of 84 passed). Other UPD graduates that made it to the Top Ten are as follows: Richard de Guzman* (4th place, 81.10%); Marlon Jesspher de Vera (6th place, 80.90%); Nicole Andrea Yazon* (8th place, 80.40%); and Mario Nistal Jr.* (9th place, 80.10%).
For a complete list of the successful examinees, visit http://www.boardexamresultsph.com/chemical-engineer-november-2011.
Thank you for serving as an inspiration to future Chemical Engineers like me! May you find success in your chosen career. Again, congratulations!
*UP ALCHEMES Alumni Member