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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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