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Top 10 June 2009 Nursing

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) has released the Nursing board exam results as it announced that 32,617 out of 77,901 examinees passed the June 6 to 7, 2009 licensure exams given by the Board for Nursing in Manila and all regional offices.

  1. Golda Manto Yap, Felipe Verallo Memorial Foundation - 86.80%.
  2. Ronie Rose Capati Arevalo, Adamson University - 86.40%.
  3. Michelle Alejandro Barberan, Arellano University Manila - 86.20%.
  4. Caroline May Rellosa Chamen, Philippine College of Health and Sciences - 86.00% Clarissa Leonor Tible Escober, Naga College Foundation - 86.00%
  5. Marco Magtulis Dometita, University of Santo Tomas - 85.80% Margaret Cheung Encarnacion, University of Santo Tomas - 85.80% Marc Bago-Od Marzan, University of Santo Tomas - 85.80% Lalaine Lim Perlas, Our Lady of Fatima University Valenzuela - 85.80% Debbie Rose Uy Tanengsy, Velez College - 85.80%
  6. Lisa Angelica Vela Evangelista, University of Santo Tomas - 85.60%
  7. Adrian Patrick Patawaran Calimag, University of Santo Tomas - 85.20% Jed Asiaii Mariano Dimaisip, University of the Philippines-Manila - 85.20% Aaron Miranda Esporlas, University of Santo Tomas - 85.20%
  8. Mary Joy Sarreal Crisostomo, University of Santo Tomas - 85.00% David John Gabriel Egbalic Cristobal, University of Santo Tomas - 85.00% Libby Joy Recinto Evangelista, University of Santo Tomas - 85.00% Ma Paula Rhove Rivera Ortega, University of the Philippines-Manila - 85.00% Andrew Chua Tiu, Velez College - 85.00% Ginelle Marie Galarpe Visaya, University of Santo Tomas - 85.00%
  9. Helene Marie Mejorada Calderon, University of Santo Tomas - 84.80% Abigail Ann Borromeo Candelario, University of Santo Tomas - 84.80% Jan Benzon Tan Chan, University of Santo Tomas - 84.80% Anna Melissa Señga Lo, University of Santo Tomas - 84.80% Jernedell Geishar Tabugara Mabiling, Western Mindanao State University - 84.80% Von Vener Palicpic Miguel, Perpetual Help College of Manila - 84.80% Johanna Thomas Yu, University of Santo Tomas - 84.80%
  10. Angela Carmela Fernandez Agbay, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Pheelyp Edward Cruz Aytona, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Julienne Katrina Bulaon Beltran, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Maria Rosario Angala Brillante, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Jasper Quintana Castillo, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Diane Rachelle Cruz Crisostomo, Centro Escolar University-Malolos - 84.60% Jose Mari Niño Leonor Cuarto, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Salvador Isidro Buban Destura, Immaculate Conception College-Albay - 84.60% Abigail Joanna Uy Doluntap, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Rove Ann Tonolete Enguerra, Trinity University of Asia (Trinity-QC) - 84.60% Jana Flores Fragante, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Jan Igor Temple Galinato, Mindanao State University-Marawi City - 84.60% Divina Viktoria Pobre La Torre, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Vanessarose Delavin Lim, Far Eastern University-Manila - 84.60% Rachel Rañola Milante, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Loraine Ab-Abaen Payangdo, Benguet State University-La Trinidad - 84.60% Kristine Arcilla Ramos, Catanduanes State Colleges-Virac - 84.60% Robert Joe Isip Sagum, Far Eastern University-Manila - 84.60% Ingrid Buela San Juan, University of the Philippines-Manila - 84.60% Christelle Miracle-An Quizon Santiago, University of Santo Tomas - 84.60% Jian Laurice Ramos Sicat, Angeles University Foundation - 84.60% Miriem Paulle Beltran Soriano, Saint Louis University - 84.60% Teddy Jr Chan Untalasco, Lorma College - 84.60%

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Virac Historical Development

Virac, the capital of the island province of Catanduanes, started its primitive annals in pre-Spanish times when tribal chieftain Lumibao, scion of Datu Dumaguil who came to the Philippines with the 13 Malay dauts, andd his wife Milbigan settled near Vidak spring and founded the first civilized settlement with a score of servant followers and their wives. Some say Virac is a derivation of the word “Vidac” while others claim it is a contraction of the Spanish version of the word burac, meaning flower.
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