2 from MSU System among top 10 in 2017 Chemist Licensure Exam

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Pre-commencement program of MSU-IIT’s College of Science and Mathematics, July 3, 2017. MindaNews file photo by H. MARCOS C. MORDENO

MALAYBALAY CITY (MindaNews/18 October) — Two examinees from the Mindanao State University System are among the top 10 passers of the Chemist Licensure Exam given by the Professional Regulation Commission on October 10-11.

Charles David C. Cabigon of MSU-IIT obtained an overall score of 88% to place 5th along with UP-Los Banos’ King Bryan C. Gabog and Mark John P. Mandigma of the University of Santo Tomas.

Richmond G. Japson of MSU-Marawi placed 7th with 87.50%.

PRC named the top three passers as Gio Ferson M. Bautista, UP-Los Banos (93%); John Noel R. Maape, UPLB (91.25%); and Christian Carino, UP-Diliman (90.25%).

They are followed by Mikael John A. Baltazar, Ateneo de Manila University, John Dahrell J. Vilela, PUP-Main, and Kristine Larissa B. Yu who tied at 4th place with 88.25%.

Anabel B. Abulencia, UPLB, and Carl Darmen Y. Menese both placed 6th with 87.75%.

Daisylyn Senna Y. Tan of De La Salle University-Manila garnered the 8th spot (87%), while Peter James Q. Dequina of UPLB and El Czar L. Galleposo of UP-Diliman shared the 9th spot (86.75%).

The 10th spot went to Crizaldo N. Mempin Jr. of PUP-Main (86.50%).

PRC said 526 out of 1,129 examinees (44.01 percent) passed the licensure examination given in the cities of Manila, Cagayan de Oro and Cebu. (MindaNews)

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