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PBBM to those who passed the medical licensing exam: PH shares your pride
On Thursday, President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. congratulated those who had passed the PLE for 2022 and praised them for their commitment to becoming licensed medical practitioners.
“Congratulations to the freshly minted physicians in our nation! The country recognizes your years of dedication, Marcos tweeted on his official account.
According to the Professional Regulation Commission, 3,826 out of 5,958 candidates passed the PLE in October (PRC).
The highest passing rate was reported by the PRC to be attained by the Angeles University Foundation in Angeles City, Pampanga, when all 51 test takers succeeded.
Following are the top 10 schools with at least an 85% passing rate:
- Angeles University Foundation (51 examinees, 100 percent passing rate)
- Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (108 examinees, 97.22 percent passing rate)
- St. Luke’s –Medical Center College of Medicine – William H. Quasha Memorial (94 examinees, 97.22 percent passing rate)
- Cebu Institute of Medicine (138 examinees, 95.65 percent passing rate)
- University of the Philippines – Manila (161 examinees, 95.65 percent passing rate)
- Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health (162 examinees, 97.22 percent passing rate)
- University of Cebu College of Medicine Foundation Inc. (66 examinees, 93.94 percent passing rate)
- University of Santo Tomas (460 examinees, 90.43 percent passing rate)
- West Visayas State University – La Paz (111 examinees, 89.19 percent passing rate)
- University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center (94 examinees, 97.22 percent passing rate)
Justin Adriel Zent Gautier Togonon, a graduate of the University of the Philippines (UP) Manila College of Medicine, was first on the list of successful candidates with an overall score of 89 percent, followed by Francesca Marie Aby Lagrosa, who had an overall score of 88.75 percent.
The top 10 PLE passers are listed below, along with information on their schools and scores:
- Justin Adriel Zent Gautier Togonon, UP Manila – 89.00 percent
- Francesca Marie Aby Lagrosa, UP Manila – 88.75 percent
- Karla Joyce Saavedra Badong – Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila – 88.00 percent
- Kim Zapatos Sia, University of Santo Tomas (UST) – 87.67 percent
- Gamaliel Pulpulaan Galigao – University of the East (UE) Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center and Mark Arlo Hernandez Segundo – West Visayas State University – La Paz with 87.58 percent each
- Christian Joseph Barrion Cruzado – Far Eastern University (FEU) Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation and Sonny Cabahug Redula, Cebu Institute of Medicine – 87.50 percent each
- Neill Steven Cainglet Cachuela, UST and Trisha Marie Ramos Galapon, UP Manila – 87.42 percent
- Anna Patricia Anonuevo Bartolome, Our Lady of Fatima University – Valenzuela; Christopher Tabora Pilarta, UP Manila; Randy Franz Gubantes Selim, St. Luke’s Medical Center College of Medicine-William H. Quasha Memorial; and Keith Alexius Kim Wangkay, UE Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center – 87.25 percent each
- Christian Jerell Salvacion Cosme, UST – 87.17 percent
- David Marco Abaya Bildan, UE Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center; Mark Johnuel Matabilas Duavis, University of Cebu College of Medicine Foundation Inc.; Christine Bernadette Orfano Lo, UP Manila; and Hannah Leian Herrera Tan, Davao Medical School Foundation with 87.08 percent each.
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