Friday, February 20, 2009

Congratulations Galore

Congratulations to the Foundation University College of Nursing for the 100 percent passing rate of their pioneering batch in the November 2008 Nursing Board Exam!!! WhooHoo!! FU is now ranked number one performing school for those with less than 100 examinees, together with St. Paul University Iloilo and University of St. Louis Tuguegarao.

Congratulations also to the following Silliman University College of Nursing graduates who made it to the Top Ten of this board exam:

Rank 7: Rose Jean Dumaboc Capidlac, 87.00%

Rank 7: Carla Mae Tenorio Cuisia, 87.00%

Rank 9: Matthew Wayne Real Chang, 86.60%

Rank 10: Jake Desor Diputado, 86.40%

Silliman University College of Nursing has maintained its prestige of being in the top 3 Performing Schools in the country with a passing rate of 98% in the category of 100 and above exam takers.

Top performing schools rankings for the November board exam:

1 - Xavier University 99% (336 passed out of 341 exam takers)

2 - Silliman University 98% (368 passed with four top notchers out of 375 exam takers)

3 - Central Phil. University 97% (496 passed out of 512 exam takers)

Congratulations to the son of my dear friends Taboy and Rose, PATRICK DIPUTADO CONGJUICO, from St. Paul University Dumaguete (SPUD), for passing the nursing board exam, too!.

SPUD has also consistently ranked in the top three performing nursing schools in the country, with their graduates usually taking the June boards.

Go Dumaguete!!!

Complete list of nursing board topnotchers here.

Complete list of top performing nursing schools here.


New doctors

More congratulations are due to all the Silliman University Medical Center Post Graduate Interns for a 100% passing rate in the February 2009 Physicians Licensure Exam!

And special congratulations to graduates of my alma mater, UERMMMC, Marky Jod Abay Pandes (87.25%) and Don Leo Sullano Pepito, (86.25%) for ranking first and fifth respectively in the doctor's board exam. Complete list of top ten new doctors here.

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