UKRAINE WINS 2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST

Stockholm, Sweden - It was an exciting evening at the Ericsson Globe where in front of thousands of people in the arena and millions of people on TV, Jamala from Ukraine won the 2016 edition of Europe's Favourite TV Show with the song 1944!



What an evening it has been!! 25 wonderful acts sang their hearts out on stage, competing for the ultimate prize; the title of winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.




However, there could be just one winner and that was Jamala from Ukraine who stormed to victory with 534 points with the song, 1944.

In second place was Dami Im from Australia. In third place was Sergey Lazarev from Russia.

Top Performing Schools in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam

Professional Regulations Commission and the Board of Pharmacy release the January 2016 results of Pharmacists Licensure Exam.

PRC administered the two (2) day board exam on January 24 and January 25, 2016 (Sunday and Monday) in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, and Iloilo.

You may also want to view: 
[List of Passers in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam]
[Topnotchers in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam]

Here is the list of the top performing schools in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam : 

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Topnotchers in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam

Professional Regulations Commission and the Board of Pharmacy release the January 2016 results of Pharmacists Licensure Exam.

PRC administered the two (2) day board exam on January 24 and January 25, 2016 (Sunday and Monday) in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, and Iloilo.

You may also want to view: 
[List of Passers in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam]
[Top Performing and Performance of Schools in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam]

The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places (top 10) in the January 2016 Pharmacist board exam are the following: 

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PRC releases list of passers in January 2016 Board Exam

Professional Regulations Commission and the Board of Pharmacy release the January 2016 results of Pharmacists Licensure Exam.

PRC administered the two (2) day board exam on January 24 and January 25, 2016 (Sunday and Monday) in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, and Iloilo.

You may also want to view: 
[Top 10 in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam]
[Top Performing and Performance of Schools in January 2016 Pharmacist Board Exam]

Here is the list of passers in the September 2013 Pharmacists Board Exam Result


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How to Apply for Schengen Visa in Philippines

Schengen Visa
Do you want a trip to several countries in Europe in just one visa? Apply for Schengen Visa. You can visit as many as 26 countries in Europe if you have Schengen Visa on hand. These countries are members of the Schengen agreement which put an end to passport and border control in between their common border. So basically, Schengen area serves as a single country for international travelers.

What are the 26 countries in the Schengen area?

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland









You might also want to know: Countries Philippine passport holders can visit without VISA.


Where can I apply for Schengen Visa in Philippines?

For a visit to one Schengen state, visa applications must be lodged at the Embassy/Consulate of that particular Member State. If the visit includes more than one destination, visa applications must be lodged at the Embassy/Consulate of the Member State whose territory constitutes the MAIN destination of the visit(s) in terms of purpose or the length of stay. If your length of stay is almost the same in every country, apply at the country of first entry.


Which country would you have a better chance of getting the visa?

A recent study published in The Economists shows that France is one of the easiest countries when it comes to Schengen visa application approval. So you might want to apply at the French Embassy when you’re planning a major European trip to have higher chances of bagging that seemingly elusive Schengen visa.


When can I apply for Schengen visa?

You can apply for Schengen visa in as early as three (3) months before your planned travel. Note that this visa is valid in all Schengen States for a stay of up to 90 days within a six-month period for a visit, tourism or business.


How do I apply for Schengen visa?

All state members follow a standard procedure in processing visa application. VISA applicants have the option to apply directly to the Consulate Office or Embassy of these states in the country but they would need to schedule an appointment first through calling their hotline or sending them an e-mail. Customer Service Agents are available daily, Mondays thru Saturdays from 8am to 6pm except public holidays.

SPANISH EMBASSY
Hotline: +632 789 4904
E-mail: info.esph@vfshelpline.com

FRENCH EMBASSY
Hotline:
  • For PLDT/Smart/Touchcard Subscribers 1 (909) 101- 3333
  • For Globe/Innove/Touchmobile Subscribers 1 (900) 101- 3333
  • For Bayantel Subscribers 1 (903) 101- 3333
BELGIAN EMBASSY
Hotline:
  • 1 909 1014545 (PLDT only through landline or SMART mobile phone)
  • 1 903 1014545 (Bayantel only through landline)
  • 1 900 1014545 (Globe through landline and GLOBE mobile phone)
ITALIAN EMBASSY
Hotline: (0063-2) 892-4531
E-mail: informazioni.manila@esteri.it


How much is the Schengen Visa fee?

The visa-processing fee is 60 euros which is approximately 3,600 pesos . Children ages between 6-11 years old pay 35 euros (2,100 pesos) while children below 6 are free of charge. The fee is non-refundable even if application is unsuccessful. Payments are made at the Embassy/Consulate when submitting your application and you need to have exact change.


What are the requirements in applying Schengen visa?


1. Signed and filled up Schengen Visa application form with photo attached, plus 1 additional photo.

Photo Specification

Taken against a light grey or cream background;
Clear and of good quality;
Printed on normal photographic paper;
45 mm high x 35 mm wide in size
Taken with nothing covering the face, without sunglasses or tinted spectacles, or a head covering unless worn for religious or medical reasons. The subject should have their mouth closed (no grinning, frowning or raised eyebrows) and the applicant should be facing forwarding, looking straight ahead.

2. Valid passport with 3 months validity from the end of visa duration. Photo copy of valid and former visas, if any.

3. Cover letter explaining the purpose of your trip and detailed itinerary. If you don’t have this, you have to write one on the spot before they will accept your requirements.

4. Details of your trip

Round trip ticket reservation. Reservations only.
Itinerary of the whole duration including departure and arrival dates.
Accommodations – hotel vouchers, seriously.

If you are going stay with a French resident: “Attestation d’accueil” (delivered by the City hall where the host is residing – the original must be presented) + copy of that host’s national ID or residence permit (if citizen of a country outside the EU)

Round trip flight booking (please do not purchase your ticket unless your visa is granted; you can get a flight itinerary from most travel agencies for visa purposes)

For family visit, proof of relationship with the host (birth certificate, marriage certificate…)
The attestation d’accueil is a form needed to be presented to the City Hall with the following documents:

  • la carte nationale d’identité ou le passeport, ou la carte de résidence
  • livret de famille de l’hébergeant
  • justificatifs de domicile (EDF-GDF, facture Télécom, facture Eau)
  • titre de propriété (taxe foncière) ou de location (taxe d’habitation)
  • contrat de bail ou descriptif du logement
  • 2 derniers bulletins de salaires ou justificatifs divers de ressources mensuelles (retraite, CAF)
  • dernier avis d’imposition ou de non imposition
  • noms, prénoms de l’étranger, date et lieu de naissance, adresse exacte, n° du passeport et sa copie, copie du document justifiant le lien de parenté s’il y a lieu
  • attestation d’assurance médicale de l’hôte
  • un timbre spécifique dit « timbre OMI » d’un montant de 15 euros, il sera demandé à l’issue d’une réponse favorable. Disponible dans les perceptions et chez les buralistes.(Attention : il faut autant de timbres que de personnes accueillies sauf s’il s’agit de l’accueil d’une même famille avec des enfants mineurs).

5. Proof of employment

Certificate of employment stating monthly salary and approved leave of absence.
If self employed, official business registration for current and previous year.

6. Proof of Income

Income Tax Return
Recent Bank Certification
Photocopy of the last 3 months statement of Account of the same bank account.
If someone other than yourself is paying for the the trip, then submit financial document of the sponsor instead.

7. Identity / Marital Status:

Photocopy of First page of Passport and all relevant obtained visas
Authenticated birth certificate from NSO. If married, bring photocopy of your marriage contract.

8. Travel insurance that covers the entire duration of your intended stay with minimum coverage EUR 30,000. The medical policies must state the following points :

Medical attention and treatment will be given in case of illness or accident
The injured or ill traveller can be transported home for treatment + body repatriation in case of death
The insurance coverage is a least 30 000 euros (50 000 US dollars)
The insurance must be valid for all 25 Schengen member states which should be listed on the policy
The insurance company must be re-insured, the name of the re-insurer and his TOLL FREE phone number must be listed on the policy
The policy must allow CASHLESS SETTLEMENTS of claims. The name of the company in charge of such settlements and their toll free number must be clearly stated on the policy.

Here is a list of Accredited Travel Insurance Company in the Philippines.

  • ACE Insurance Philippines
  • Chartis Philippines Insurance, Inc.
  • Assist-Card
  • Blue Cross
  • BPI – MS Insurance Corporation
  • Fortune General Ins. Corp
  • MAA Insurance
  • Malayan Inssurance Company, Inc.
  • MAPFRE Insular Insurance Corporation
  • Paramount Life and General Insurance Co
  • PNB General Insurers Co., Inc.
  • Standard Insurance Co.
  • UCPB General Insurance Co. Inc.
  • WorldWide Travel Insurance Plans
  • Everest International Group Administrators Inc.
  • Federal Phoenix Assurance Co., Inc.

How long does it take for Schengen Visa to be released?

After submitting your documents to the Embassy/Consulate office, you will be given a reference number. Visa processing can be as fast as 5 days but usually takes 3 weeks or 15 working days.

Hope this article helped you. Do you have a question about Schengen Visa application? Feel free to leave a comment and we'll try to respond as soon as we can. Good Luck on your European tour!!!


Funny and Strange Names of Barangays, Towns and Cities in the Philippines

During our school days, we were usually asked about the historical stories behind the names of the places we live in. Philippines, for example, came from the fact the our islands were once ruled by Spain and was derived from the name of their King Philip II. Most of the name of Filipino places have a strong connection to foreign men and/or countries who were relevant to our history.

Most of them have Spanish origin like Buendia, Magallanes, Hermosa, Mercedes, Roxas, Puerto Princesa, Castilla and a lot more. Also, as a result of American ruling in the country, we had English names too. From roads like Taft Avenue, Shaw Boulevard and Mckinley Road, to district and province names like Camp John Hay, Brookespoint in Palawan, Eastwood City, Rockwell Center and Forbes Park, Adams in Ilocos Norte, Turtle Islands in Tawi-tawi, Jones in Isabela, and New Washington in Aklan. I haven't heard yet of places which sounds Japanese except for Naga City in Bicol region which actually came from the existence of narra trees in that area.

We also do have places with native origin, like Balanga, Butuan, Dapitan, Malolos, Mandaluyong, Malaybalay, Pagadian, Panabo and etc. In these native names of places in Philippines, you would find weird, strange and funny ones which would make you wonder how and why these places were called that way. I for one is interested to know the etymological stories behind these names. Do you know the origin of these names, feel free to comment and share them below:

Here is the list of barangays, towns, and cities with funny names. If you know other places, which you think should be here, do not hesitate to comment below and I will check and add them in the list:


DOUBLE TROUBLE
  • Kalye Buntisan which is right after Pogi Street in Bocaue, Bulacan
  • Barangay Kapukian and Barangay Cantutang in Leyte
  • Barangay Maipis which is next to Barangay Bangag in Camiguin
  • Pulong Ebak next to Pasong Kabayo
  • Towns of Anos and Bayog in Laguna, so when asked where Bayog is: "Paglagpas mo sa Anos, makikita mo na ang Bayog."
  • Barangay Inoman and Barangay Malasin in Pozorrubio, Pangasinan

SOMETIMES THESE NAMES WOULD GIVE CONFUSING OR CONTRADICTING SIGNAGES, AND RESPONSES
  • Gubat in Sorsogon, so when asked, "Taga san ka?" the people here responds with, "taga-Gubat"
  • There's a jeepney going to Bigte in SM Fairviewm so the barker shouts,"Bigte, bigte, Sinong magbi-Bigte dyan?"
  • Sisters Mary Convent, Barangay Pulong Diablo in Antipolo, Rizal
  • Mababang Paaralan ng Mataas in Albay
  • Barangay Hindi in Albay. So they have, "Hindi Elementary School", "Hindi Barangay Hall", "Hindi Health Center"

PLACES WITH NAMES RELATED TO SEX
  • Puerto Libog in Paranaque
  • Barangay Tampalpuke in Lucena
  • Barangay Mapuke in Tarlac
  • Barrio Makeke in Batangas
  • Barangay Pulong Kiki in Aurora
  • Barangay Bayag Kabayo
  • Barangay Tulo in Calamba
  • Barangay Titi-on in Palauig, Zambales
  • Barangay Tinitian in Palawan
  • Barrio Latiti in Lucban, Quezon
  • Pantihan Street in Panghulo, Malabon
  • Barangay Walang Balahibo Ibaba in Batangas
  • Dara Bulbul in Tarlac
  • Sexmoan in Pampanga
  • Kanto Tinio in Commonwealth, Quezon City
  • Barangay Ticol in Bisa, Sorsogon
  • Barangay Masuso in Pandi, Bulacan

DO YOU WANT TO MEET HANDSOME GUYS?
  • Macho Drive in Pacita, Laguna
  • Calle Pogi in Daet, Camarines Sur
  • Pogi Street in Bocaue, Bulacan

AFTER MEETING SOME GUYS HANG OUT AND HAVE A DRINK IN THESE PLACES
  • Lasingan in Quirino
  • Barangay Inuman in Antipolo so they have this school:
  • Lamayan Street in Sta. Ana, Manila
  • Barangay Katamblingan in Infanta

OR YOU MIGHT ALSO KNOW FRIENDS FROM THESE PLACES?
  • Barangay Maestrangkikay in Nueva Ecija
  • Barangay Bading in Guagua
  • Barangay Kabantutan in Malate
  • SM has always been in San Narciso Quezon, SM as in Sapang Matae

SINCE THEY HAVE THESE NAMES, EXPECT TO SEE THESE SIGNAGES:

Inuman Elementary School Suso Elementary School

Tinitian Elementary SchoolCantutang Primary School

ECE Board Exam? What's Life After It?

If it's easy, it's not ECE. Yes, Electronics Engineering (previously Electronics and Communications Engineering) is one of the hardest engineering degree in the Philippines. I, personally, have taken this course for five years in one of the universities in the north and have passed through challenges drawing blood, sweat, and tears. Most of my friends might not believe me, but YES, I confess and admit that this course is tough and a bit complicated. Many ECE students and graduates would agree to my thought that sometimes it really is hard to fully appreciate things which we do not see or feel. Electromagnetic waves, flow of electrons in diode and transistor, these are just few examples of the things we studied and knew by heart yet we didn't see or even feel. Enough of this, I just really wanted to prove that I was once a full blooded ECE student who went through the same things an ordinary ECE student have experienced.

I don't know which kind of air I breathe today, but I just felt so inspired to write reflections about those days, before and after the exam. Four years ago, I was one of those graduates who attended review, refresher, and coaching (the most important of all) courses in review centers in Manila. To name a few, Excel, PERCDC, Edge, Powerful, ERA, these were the institutions (I've just known that there is TOP now) we have back then (based on my personal experience and my friends' insights about the review program, I would recommend the first three). In that period, I LITERALLY HAVE READ A LOT! Though, I also ended up memorizing those multiple choice type questions, and the Q&A slides presented during the coaching sessions. That was what I basically did to prepare for the board exam and get the precious license card we all have dreamt to put in our wallets. I PASSED! Most of my classmates and friends did too, but the sad thing was there were those who didn't. You might have felt awkward in greeting them the first time you see them personally, or have found it hard to find the best words to use when you chat with them on facebook.

Well that's the reality, not everyone will pass the exam at the same time. Unless, the HONORABLE Board of Examinees are so generous that they would let everyone in the same batch to pass. (See passing rate trend) This is barely possible though so let us just face it. Whether you have a license or not, there is this BIG WORLD with full of opportunities waiting for you. License is actually a plus factor when you are applying for your first job. Well, it somehow brings a sense of pride not only to you but also to your family. I, personally, have used my license and the ratings I had in choosing the job I want. I am not sure if it applies to everyone or just me that owning a license makes you a bit choosy to jobs. I am LICENSED so why would I enter this kind of job? Why would I accept that amount of salary? Did you also have these thoughts? I did and I was wrong.

I just realized that life after board exam or even graduation is about FINDING what you WANT and if you are adventurous or still a bit confused you can do this with EXPERIMENTING and EXPLORING. But always remember to take an avenue where you think you will enjoy and get inspired. There is a broad range of careers which you can choose from as an ECE graduate. You can enter telecommunications, electronics, IT, broadcasting, manufacturing, navigation, etc. You can also start a business of your own or continue your formal studies. There really are many field and companies which you can enter. In which field do you want to develop your skills? Are you an adaptable person or you are looking for a company culture which you think you will fit in and enjoy? I would say, that salary would be the last factor you should consider when you are looking for your first job. You are searching for your stepping stone, as they say, you are just starting to build a strong foundation. I know a lot of people who entered a high paying job at first but eventually quit to go to a job with lower salary. They just wanted a job which they will enjoy doing, they wanted a job where they will grow. I am not telling you not to accept jobs with good pay but consider first the career which you really wanted to pursue.  Imagine it, working in things which you enjoy, discovering new things about yourself. Wouldn't these help you grow? Try to find a career which makes you happy. And surely, MONEY will come soon.

EXPERIMENTING and EXPLORING. These are easy yet risky. By doing these, you might either land a career where you will excel, build relationship, and develop yourself. On the other hand, you might find issues in the culture, stability of and your personal development in the first companies you will be in. "I just don't think I can fit in this team culture, I even do not appreciate their values and goals", "Politics is everywhere","I am not sure about the future of this company", "I can't apply my skills here, I might need to find a job where I will be able to show off my special skills, knowledge or expertise". These are the common lines you can hear in every  company. Wherever you go, you might hear or even utter them. It is normal to hat e your job for weeks or months. You can quit your job when the going gets tough. But even if you extremely hate your job, you can do some things to make u for it. Make the most out of it. You can ask to change your job description, transfer to a different team or department and work with new people. You have the right to discuss all of these to your managers. Tell them how your work conditions are. Remember, it's also hard to find a new job in a different company. So why not find it in the same company you are in. Aside from the fact that it's easier, it will be faster for you to adapt. Doing these will also contribute to your learnings. Don't be afraid to learn something new. You need them to reach the top. You might also reach the point where moving from team to team within the same company isn't helpful because the things you want for yourself isn't there. This is the time when you need to shift your gear.

These few thoughts are too general that you can apply them even if your not an ECE. I just want to emphasize personal development which I believe is the most important. Aside from becoming more effective, it brings a sense of satisfaction in the current career you are in.



Isa na namang Pinay ang Aangat Ang Buhay, Is that what you think about Filipinas in a relationship with foreigners?

Philippines has been considered as one of the countries where most beautiful women reside. Last year (2013), the world has seen how talented and beautiful Filipinas are after winning the titles in major international beauty pageants. Their natural elegance, strong qualities and character make them very attractive not only to fellow Filipino men but also to foreigners around the world.

Pinays in a relationship with or married to foreigners are now very common in the country. Their numbers are increasing especially now that internet and social media is becoming accessible to everyone. Yahoo mail or messenger, facebook and skype are just one of the common internet channels used by Filipinas living in Philippines to meet men from other countries.

Filipinas and foreigners

Aside from finding a person they can be with to build a family , many Filipino women finds marrying a foreigner a way to get out of poverty. That's the common thinking of every Filipino. White men are rich. So everytime you see them with their partners in malls, public transpos, tourist places, or even in your neighborhood you might have these words running out in your mind, "Isa na namang pinay ang aangat ang buhay". (Another life of a Filipina will get well off). To be honest, I had these words coming out directly from my mouth when I was in the Philippines. I was thinking that these women are lucky. Having exotic beauty as their capital, they are able to enjoy the wealth of these foreign men, getting the foreign citizenship, living the happy ever after life of a princess or queen.

Last year, I flew to Ireland and met Filipinas who are married or in a relationship with Irish and other white men. Some of them met their partners through internet when they were in Philippines, while others knew their other half while working in Ireland. I have learned and realized a lot after getting to know these people, their lives and their relationships.

Cinderella's rags to riches story of Filipinas in a relationship meeting a foreigner really exists. But this is a rare case. Most Filipinas still have to work to live after marrying foreigners. This is the reality. Not all foreigners are actually rich in their country. They don't all work in the office. Some of them have to work outside in a lower type of jobs.  The foreign husbands' salary is most of the time not their wives' money. They own it. So their Filipino wives' have to find a job to share with house rent, utilities and food. They can't touch their husband's money and give it to the families they left in the Philippines. They still have to work hard, like a typical overseas filipino worker, to earn and feed their parents and siblings.

Having known this, I believed that we should not underestimate these Pinays who have chosen foreign men instead of fellow Pinoys. Yes, all they wanted is to have a better life. They are intelligent enough to use the opportunity of meeting foreigners in finding a well off life. But more than these, they are courageous, they are brave to leave the country and their families, and to have a relationship with a man raised in another culture who might misunderstood and abuse them. We should respect and understand them. Remember that most of them are not living a fairy tale. They are living in a real world like us.

Top 10 January 2014 LET Elementary and Secondary Exam

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released the official list of Passers or January 2014 LET - teachers board examination. Top 10 (topnotchers) for Elementary and Secondary Levels were named by PRC on Saturday, March 8, 2014.

Daisy Buenaventura Reyes, a graduate of Xavier University topped the LET elementary level with 88.20 percent grade.

Meanwhile, Deidre Roldan Morales from University of the Philippines- Diliman (UPD) and Eduard Aldabon Pagtulon-an of Central Mindanao University (CMU) tied on top spot for the LET Secondary level with 88.40 percent grade.

The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places (top 10) in the January 2014 LET -Licensure Examination for Teachers (ELEMENTARY LEVEL) are the following:

RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING %

1 DAISY BUENAVENTURA REYES 
XAVIER UNIVERSITY 
88.20

2 RACHELLE ANNE RAMOS SINDAYEN 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
88.00

3 ANGELA DIANNE MANANGAN AGUSTIN 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
87.40

4 MYRNA RICERO DE CASTRO 
SAINT BRIDGET'S COLLEGE 
87.20

SHAUNELL MARY YAP JOSOL 
BUKIDNON STATE COLLEGE-MALAYBALAY 
87.20

5 VAN THADDEUS CARO CRUZ 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
87.00

MARIAN MICHELLE DELA MERCED NAVALES 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
87.00

PAULY MARIZ TAMPON RECIO
CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE)
87.00

RICA ALESSANDRA DE LOS REYES YOUNG
CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY-MAIN (for.CSCST)
87.00

6 JOANNE DEL CASTILLO DACERA 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
86.80

MELVYN EMMANUEL TUMLOS PERALTA 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
86.80

JANET OMBINA POLICARPIO 
COLEGIO DE SAN GABRIEL ARCANGEL 
86.80

7 JANINE MARIE PALAMOS ABALOS
MIRIAM COLLEGE (for.MARYKNOLL COLL.FDTN,INC)
86.60

ABYGAIL MAE PANTALEON DALIPE 
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-DAVAO CITY 
86.60

MARITA REYES DE LEON
PAMANTASAN NG MONTALBANRODRIGUEZ( MONTALBAN)
86.60

KAREN KIM AMPONGAN FERNANDEZ 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
86.60

ALPHA MAE SABADLAN NONONG 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
86.60

JULAILA BANCAS OGWON 
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-DAVAO CITY 
86.60

8 MARY KENTH ABABAO ACERET 
UNIVERSITY OF CEBU 
86.40

INA CELO IVANE BANAAG GONDA 
UNIVERSITY OF ASIA & THE PACIFIC-PASIG 
86.40

ROMEL TURIN GUMOBAO 
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-DAVAO CITY 
86.40

JASSON SIMBORIO SINGCULAN
UNIVERSITY OF CEBU IN LAPULAPU & MANDAUE
86.40

9 KATRINA QUELYN URETA LAMBOSON 
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE 
86.20

KRISTINE MYRENE ROSE LADO SAYRE 
UNIVERSITY OF THE VISAYAS-CEBU CITY 
86.20

10 MISHA PANUNCIO DELLORO
OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-ANTIPOLO CITY
86.00

MARVIN PAOLO MARANAN 
LONTOC NATIONAL CHRISTIAN LIFE COLLEGE 
86.00
NOTHING FOLLOWS----------------------


The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places (top 10) in the January 2014 LET -Licensure Examination for Teachers (SECONDARY LEVEL ) are the following:

RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING %

1 DEIDRE ROLDAN MORALES 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
88.40

EDUARD ALDABON PAGTULON-AN 
CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 
88.40

2 ZARINA ISLA VILLADOLID 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
88.20

3 FRANCIS DIANNE MONTEZA LUCIDO 
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY-Q.C. 
88.00

4 MARIAN MIE ARAC ALIMO-OT 
CENTRAL PHILIPPINE UNIVERSITY 
87.60

ACE IGAÑA SANDIGAN 
DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-MANILA 
87.60

5 RAMON BATARIO CRISTOBAL 
CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES 
87.20

6 KATHLEEN JEREOS LANTIN 
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY-Q.C. 
87.00

7 PAUL CHRISTOPHER YOUNG CHENG 
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY-Q.C. 
86.80

JENNIFER MALACA GRECIA 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 
86.80

8 LECIMAR LAGAMAYO ESDRELON
CAPITOL UNIVERSITY (for.CAGAYAN CAPITOL COLL.)
86.60

TERESA BERNARDO LIMPIN 
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 
86.60

HILARIO MEDIDA SALAMIDA 
UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-MANILA
86.60

9 ALBERT PANAGAN BAYAWA II 
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 
86.40

ZAIDI PILOTON ONG 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MINDANAO 
86.40

10 KEVIN MICHAEL SANCHEZ ANGELO 
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY-Q.C. 
86.20

NARCISO GARCIA LOZADA
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHEASTERN PHILIPPINESDAVAO CITY
86.20

SARAH VERONICA BERNARDO MACAPAGAL 
PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-MANILA 
86.20

LOIDA BASBAS MANUEL 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 
86.20

CARLA MAE LIMPAG SUMALINOG 
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 
86.20
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LET Passers January 2014 Secondary U-Z

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) announces that 12,033 secondary teachers out of 42,358 examinees (28.41%) successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) given last January 26, 2014 in 15 testing centers all over the Philippines.
Roll of Successful Examinees U-Z Surnames in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014

11433 UADAN, RHEA LYN AGUPITAN
11434 UAYAN, GERWYNE ENID
11435 UBALDO, IRENE ABALAIN
11436 UBALDO, PATRICIA CABALU
11437 UBANA, THELMA BENITO
11438 UBAS, MARIA FATIMA ALBURO
11439 UBU-OB, MEDIATRIX GALICIA
11440 UDACION, DONJE MENDOZA
11441 UDAN, CLARISSA DELOS REYES
11442 UDAN, FRANCINE ELEGADO
11443 UDANG, MARC JAYSON OMAÑA
11444 UDONG, ARRIPIN MALDI
11445 UGPO, EDRYL PIAMONTE
11446 ULAMA, AYATOLLAH MOHAMAD
11447 ULATAN, CRISTY JASMINE MANALO
11448 ULTIANO, REE ANNE LUCENA
11449 ULTIANO, VINCENT GUTIERREZ
11450 UMAG, FROILA MAE VILLAGA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:231 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11451 UMALI, ANGELA MAY LAT
11452 UMALI, CATHERINE BAWA
11453 UMALI, EMIL CEZAR FLORENTINO
11454 UMALI, GLACY ROSALIE GALAN
11455 UMANGAY, ROLAND PARAGAS
11456 UMAPAS, JOUPETE FRANCISCO
11457 UMAYAM, SUNSHINE ESTAYO
11458 UMBALIN, FERDINAND JR BORJA
11459 UMIPIG, LEA CASTRO
11460 UMLAS, ALEXIS SUMANQUI
11461 UMPAR, OMENSAADY MACARAMPAT
11462 UMPAR, OMESSALAM MACARAMPAT
11463 UMPAR, YAZMIN ORO
11464 UNABIA, LEAH GRACE ANOLING
11465 UNABIA, PETER PAULA HERUELA
11466 UNDALOK, CIRINA RESPONTE
11467 UNDANG, ELLESER CAMARILLO
11468 UNDAY, JOFEL TARUC
11469 UNGRIANO, JUDEIMAR AZAS
11470 UNGRIANO, MYRA AUZA
11471 UNTAL, ABRAHAM JR BERNALTE
11472 UNTALAN, SUZZETH MATIENZO
11473 URAGA, RIZEL DE GUZMAN
11474 URBINA, AMILIZA BAITING
11475 URETA, ROSE ANNE CABALLES
11476 URLANDA, ROLANDO MEDINA
11477 URSAL, GINA MARIE VILLANUEVA
11478 USI, JULIE ANN LUGO
11479 USMAN, JALILAH HADJICAYA
11480 USMAN, MERVALIAH BANTO
11481 USNGAN, ALICAN GANDAWALI
11482 USON, ANNA MAUREEN CAYCO
11483 USON, CATHERINE DATUIN
11484 USOP, HASMIN GUIAMAD
11485 USOP, ZINAB BACOLOD
11486 UTANA, GLORY ANNE RIO
11487 UTOEGLIS, ELIJANE SAHILADJA
11488 UTON, JENEVIE BACULI
11489 UTRELA, JONALYN UTAYDE
11490 UY, CHONA TAN
11491 UY, HANS VINCENT RAMOS
11492 UY, HIJET EPHRAIM FRANCISCO
11493 UY, JAIME JR DACASIN
11494 UY, JOSEPH JR ABABOL
11495 UY, MA JANE REY MADERA
11496 UY KIMPANG, JENNIFER GO
11497 UYA, GINA AGUSIN
11498 UYAO, RYAN POLIDARIO
11499 UYQUIENGCO, ALEXANDER LAOSINGUAN
11500 UZURRAGA, RACHELE ROSE CHISNO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:232 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11501 VACALARES, DADINE KRISTINE ANN DACANAY
11502 VACALARES, JOANN PRINCESS SILVA
11503 VACARO, JAIME GASPAR
11504 VACUAL, ANGELICA LESLIE SUAREZ
11505 VAGOYAN, JUANITO QUIÑONES
11506 VAILOCES, MARIA CHARMAINE BERNARDINO
11507 VALCORZA, MAFET PARAGUYA
11508 VALDEPEÑA, HEDDAMARIE BORJA
11509 VALDEZ, AIZA ALIADO
11510 VALDEZ, ANNABELLA CASTRO
11511 VALDEZ, ARNULFO CAMARA
11512 VALDEZ, ELEZEN GUAZON
11513 VALDEZ, FLORENCE ALVIN BARTOLOME
11514 VALDEZ, HASMIN MAGDASOC
11515 VALDEZ, JEFFREY MAGBANUA
11516 VALDEZ, JENNIFER CORPUZ
11517 VALDEZ, JERWIN CHRISTIAN SEQUIJOR
11518 VALDEZ, KHRISTINE MAE VILORIA
11519 VALDEZ, KRIZIA MAE DEL ROSARIO
11520 VALDEZ, LUCIA JACOBE
11521 VALDEZ, RAYMOND NUEL
11522 VALDEZ, ROSEMARIE LORENZO
11523 VALDEZ, SHAFEL RACADIO
11524 VALDEZ, WINNIE SIBULBURO
11525 VALE, MENCHO AREVALO
11526 VALE, NIMFA CEBALLOS
11527 VALENCIA, ARTURO JR PALMA
11528 VALENCIA, AUBREY CONGRESO
11529 VALENCIA, GENESIS CARLOS TONGOL
11530 VALENCIA, HECTOR JR CUARESMA
11531 VALENCIA, IRMA CLIDORO
11532 VALENCIA, JASTINE IBARRA
11533 VALENCIA, JERLY FLORES
11534 VALENCIA, JOVIE MIRAS
11535 VALENCIA, JULIEFAY POLLESCAS
11536 VALENCIA, KRISTINE GRATIL
11537 VALENCIA, MARISSA DIGNADICE
11538 VALENCIA, MARY GRACE TIBULE
11539 VALENZUELA, AZENITH BERNAL
11540 VALENZUELA, CARLA PERFANIA
11541 VALENZUELA, JAYPEE HIBAY
11542 VALENZUELA, ROSARIO MARANCA
11543 VALERA, JONNEBELL
11544 VALERA, MARY ANN RUIZ
11545 VALERA, WENDY MARIE DOMINGO
11546 VALERA, ZAIDA RUIZ
11547 VALERIANO, JOANNE SAMSON
11548 VALERIANO, JULIE ANN SALAZAR
11549 VALERIANO, VERONICA PANGANIBAN
11550 VALERIO, HEBE VALERIE BROCES
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:233 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11551 VALERIO, WILLIE LAUREL
11552 VALERO, ERWIN RAFAEL MONDING
11553 VALEZA, RYAN TUD
11554 VALIENTE, ERA CAMINOS
11555 VALIENTE, MILA DOLOR
11556 VALINO, JAYVEE SALAZAR
11557 VALLADORES, ALLEN REX
11558 VALLADORES, WENDY GUINTO
11559 VALLARTA, LORNA DIMALIBOT
11560 VALLECERA, MARJORIE FACURA
11561 VALLEJO, MYRLA MONTENEGRO
11562 VALLES, JAMAICA BANDILAO
11563 VALLES, WILA CORTEL
11564 VALLESPIN, MA CRISTINA VALLENTOS
11565 VALLESTERO, ARVIE AQUINO
11566 VALMONTE, RITZEL LAINE SAGNIP
11567 VALMORIA, MARY GENALOU BAYRON
11568 VALMORIA, NANCY LABE
11569 VARGAS, EDELIN SAMAR
11570 VARGAS, MARCELINO JR DE LA CRUZ
11571 VARGAS, MARDELINA ERMA DIAZ
11572 VARGAS, MAVES SALCEDO
11573 VARGAS, NOEL TAOC
11574 VARGAS, NORALYN BABAGAY
11575 VARGAS, SHARLYNNE SANTOS
11576 VARGAS, SHELAMY REBLANDO
11577 VARRERA, VALERIE BALANSAG
11578 VASQUEZ, ETHEL ROSE CHUA
11579 VASQUEZ, JEDRIC SALVADOR
11580 VASQUEZ, JEYSA MAE SAYSON
11581 VASQUEZ, JOYCE LAZARO
11582 VASQUEZ, MAE CRUZ DELA
11583 VASQUEZ, MELODY TERRE
11584 VEGA, MIZPHA GRACE BRAZA
11585 VEGO, FRECY DELOS SANTOS
11586 VELA, CZARINA RODRIGUEZ
11587 VELARDE, MADEL MAY BOLALIN
11588 VELASCO, ANGELINE LAYACAN
11589 VELASCO, ARNOLD NAGUIO
11590 VELASCO, CHARLYN DIVINAGRACIA
11591 VELASCO, DIONELIA MAY ANN MAQUE
11592 VELASCO, GEMA MORA
11593 VELASCO, JASON TRINIO
11594 VELASCO, JEFFREY AMILAO
11595 VELASCO, KATRINA FAYE SUAREZ
11596 VELASCO, KRIANN RAMIREZ
11597 VELASCO, LHAIRA JOIE RIZALA
11598 VELASCO, LYVINNE JOY MAGALLON
11599 VELASCO, MARCELO II PENULIAR
11600 VELASCO, RUBY ANN MAJADILLAS
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:234 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11601 VELASCO, SHEILA MAE MARU
11602 VELASCO, SHIELA BERMEJO
11603 VELASQUEZ, ALINA VALENCIA
11604 VELASQUEZ, ALVIN CASTRO
11605 VELASQUEZ, ANJAROSE YUSON
11606 VELASQUEZ, JENNIFER MIRANDA
11607 VELASQUEZ, JUDE RODRIGUEZ
11608 VELASQUEZ, MARY GRACE MONSANTO
11609 VELASQUEZ, NARCISO JR LAGUITAO
11610 VELASQUEZ, REMEDIOS ORPIANO
11611 VELILLA, ROSALINDA LAPITAN
11612 VELMONTE, LENY VILVESTRE
11613 VELOSO, EMANUEL AÑONUEVO
11614 VELOSO, PAULA ALEXANDREA JACOB
11615 VENANCIO, MARK DANAO
11616 VENDIOLA, ROWENA TOLENTINO
11617 VENECIO, MARIA SHIELA SAN JOSE
11618 VENGADO, JAYSON OJO
11619 VENIEGAS, ABIGAIL PANGILINAN
11620 VENTANILLA, JENNIFER MENDOZA
11621 VENTIC, JESEL MAE NAZER
11622 VENTIC, JOSHUA JORDAN NAZER
11623 VENTOCILLA, IONA MARIE MANTALABA
11624 VENTULA, ANICIA NAGANAG
11625 VENTURA, EDEN MONTIVEROS
11626 VENTURA, JERAMIE DE JESUS
11627 VENTURA, JESSA FRANCISCO
11628 VENTURA, JOVELYN CALAYAG
11629 VENTURA, KRISHNA RAE ESPEDIDO
11630 VENTURA, LIEZL GLOVO
11631 VENTURA, MARIAN NAKAN
11632 VERA CRUZ, ARLYN TAYROS
11633 VERACES, SANNYLEE MONTELLANO
11634 VERADIO, JAYPEE MALAGUM
11635 VERALLO, SHIELA MAY MARCES
11636 VERCELES, JASMIN SALAZAR
11637 VERDEJO, SANTE PEÑERO
11638 VERGARA, ALEXANDER DIONISIO
11639 VERGARA, ALLAN GLENN ENDRINAL
11640 VERGARA, ARNULFO JR REPANA
11641 VERGARA, BERNADETTE MAURICIO
11642 VERGARA, BEVERLY BINONDO
11643 VERGARA, CHRISTIAN MORFE
11644 VERGARA, CHRISTINA BETCHAYDA
11645 VERGARA, JANICE CUETO
11646 VERGARA, MARIKRIS TUMBAGA
11647 VERGARA, MYKA CERYLLE SIMANGAN
11648 VERGARA, NERISSA MUJAR
11649 VERGARA, RAINOEL TRAYVILLA
11650 VERGARA, VICTOR RIVERO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:235 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11651 VERIÑA, JANINE LLAVE
11652 VEROY, HERBERT DAYANAN
11653 VERSOZA, JOVENO PABLICO
11654 VERSOZA, ROCHELL GIANAN
11655 VERZANO, JULIVEN LAROYA
11656 VERZOSA, AIDA FERNANDO
11657 VESTIL, MARIJOY IMAN
11658 VIADO, ROSSELLE GALOY
11659 VIADOY, ANDREW DE CASTRO
11660 VIADOY, MARIA JENNY RADA
11661 VIAGEDOR, EARLNALEN MORALLA
11662 VIAÑA, JOEL CRUELDAD
11663 VIBAR, EMILSON BONAVENTE
11664 VIBAR, MARK ANTHONY ADRA
11665 VIBAR, ROBIN PERCIVAL BARAYA
11666 VIBORA, KAREN CAMILLE VILLANUEVA
11667 VICEDO, CYNTHIA RIBLEZA
11668 VICEDO, EDILBERTO JR DACULLA
11669 VICENCIO, GERARDO RAMOS
11670 VICENCIO, MARICEL MESINA
11671 VICENCIO, ONOFREA CANLAS
11672 VICENTE, EDSON LACABE
11673 VICENTE, PRINCESS SOTTO
11674 VICENTE, ROSELLE SAN ESTEBAN
11675 VICENTILLO, JACQUELINE RECUSTODIO
11676 VICERA, MIKE PACLAR
11677 VICMUDO, JOANNE NAVARRO
11678 VICTORIA, BERNARD DELA CRUZ
11679 VICTORINO, GRACIELLA JOYCE NANALES
11680 VICTORINO, JEZZA JESORO
11681 VICTORINO, ROWELL RAÑON
11682 VICTORIO, ROLANDO ADIA
11683 VIDAD, NORISA JOY FONTANILLA
11684 VIDAL, AIYEN FRANCISCO
11685 VIDAL, BABY CATHERINE ICO
11686 VIDAL, BERNADETTE TUMBAGA
11687 VIDAL, DAISY BERBAL
11688 VIDAL, JONALYN LAMSEN
11689 VIDAL, PEARL MARJORIE GARCIA
11690 VIDAL, ROY LOPEZ
11691 VIDAL, WENDY JOY VENTURA
11692 VIDALLO, CRISTY GRACE SANCHEZ
11693 VIDAR, JERONIMO JAMANDRI
11694 VIDEÑA, AILYN LOYOLA
11695 VIERNES, JOSEF AURELIO MACABALO
11696 VIERNES, NIKKI KARLO ALONZO
11697 VIGAFRIA, BEVERLY ANN MANON-OG
11698 VIGAFRIA, QUEEN IVORY MAQUITED
11699 VIGAN, GRACHEL JOY DIZON
11700 VIGILANCIA, RHEA VILLARIN
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:236 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11701 VILBAR, LEONARD RUIZ
11702 VILCHES, LOUIELLA DITCHON
11703 VILI, KATHERINE NOMIO
11704 VILLA, GERALD GUTIERREZ
11705 VILLA, JEZREL DELOS SANTOS
11706 VILLA, LIZLE ESTILLERO
11707 VILLA, MARICEL BALDERAMA
11708 VILLA, MICHAEL ARCA
11709 VILLA, RAYMOND BUENAVENTURA
11710 VILLABER, CHRISTINE LYN SANCHEZ
11711 VILLABRILLE, REINA RUTH SORROSA
11712 VILLACARLOS, VINCENT RAFAEL ANG
11713 VILLACINO, ALONA QUESTADIO
11714 VILLACRUSIS, PRECIOUS TOLEDO
11715 VILLADARES, JEROME FABRICANTE
11716 VILLADO, LOIDA SAAN
11717 VILLADOLID, ZARINA ISLA
11718 VILLAESTER, EVELYN FARIOLEN
11719 VILLAFLOR, ARISTEO PUNO
11720 VILLAFLOR, KRISTIA MAE BALURAN
11721 VILLAFLOR, ULYSSES MEDIAVILLA
11722 VILLAFLORES, EDELYN MANANQUIL
11723 VILLAFLORES, RONALYN ACOSTA
11724 VILLAFRANCA, MARIFE ROSALEJOS
11725 VILLAFRANCA, MICHELLE PANGANIBAN
11726 VILLAFUERTE, GLENN ENTIENZA
11727 VILLAFUERTE, KATHRINA RUBY CODILLO
11728 VILLAFUERTE, REYMOND ESID
11729 VILLAGONZALO, SHEILA MAE DIMOL
11730 VILLAHERMOSA, CATHEL MAE QUIROGA
11731 VILLAJOS, JOJU AMOR DENAQUE
11732 VILLALOBOS, DIANNE ERICA ADAPON
11733 VILLALOBOS, MARY ANN CASILLAN
11734 VILLALOBOS, SHINJEN BABARAN
11735 VILLALON, APPLE MARY JOY MAGHANOY
11736 VILLALON, ERNESTO EUSEBIO III SOTELO
11737 VILLALON, ESTHER MENA
11738 VILLALON, MICHAEL MAESTRADO
11739 VILLALUZ, ERMA LINTAG
11740 VILLAMAR, RICKY URBANO
11741 VILLAMARTIN, MELANIE SANTOS
11742 VILLAMAYOR, MARICAR JATULAN
11743 VILLAMERO, FATIMA ARROJADO
11744 VILLAMIL, ARIANE MAE DOLAR
11745 VILLAMOR, NAOMI IRENE YANGCO
11746 VILLAMOR, RANNEL SEMBLANTE
11747 VILLAMOR, WILFRED CRISTOPHER ABENOJA
11748 VILLAMORA, NORILYN HIWATIG
11749 VILLANGCA, MARY JOY DELOS SANTOS
11750 VILLANO, BIANCHIE MENDOZA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:237 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11751 VILLANO, DEU DARIUS BATOBALONOS
11752 VILLANO, GEMMABELLE ALDAY
11753 VILLANO, JOVENAL MONTAJES
11754 VILLANUEVA, AILEEN TAN
11755 VILLANUEVA, ALEJANDRO JR PAMILAGA
11756 VILLANUEVA, ARVIN GANIA
11757 VILLANUEVA, AYRA BLANCO
11758 VILLANUEVA, CYNTHIA TALENS
11759 VILLANUEVA, ENGEL MAY RUBIN
11760 VILLANUEVA, ETHELRINE ACUAVERA
11761 VILLANUEVA, FLORELYN DUTONG
11762 VILLANUEVA, FROILAN BRIONGOS
11763 VILLANUEVA, JANICE HUAB
11764 VILLANUEVA, JANNEY JAY ROJO
11765 VILLANUEVA, JHULY-AN SILVA
11766 VILLANUEVA, JOSEFINA DELA TORRE
11767 VILLANUEVA, JOSEPINE PASCUA
11768 VILLANUEVA, JOVY ARBIGOSO
11769 VILLANUEVA, JULIE ANN CALOSOR
11770 VILLANUEVA, KATHERINE OLVIDO
11771 VILLANUEVA, KRISCEL GUEVARA
11772 VILLANUEVA, LORENA ALILIAN
11773 VILLANUEVA, LORENA PALERACIO
11774 VILLANUEVA, MA DOLORES PAULA CABUSAO
11775 VILLANUEVA, MARA MAE GUINTAO
11776 VILLANUEVA, MARIA DALUCANOG
11777 VILLANUEVA, MARK ANGEL DE CASTRO
11778 VILLANUEVA, MARY ANGELINE OBORDO
11779 VILLANUEVA, MAUREN CARIÑO
11780 VILLANUEVA, PHINGIE ETURMA
11781 VILLANUEVA, RICHARD BERNADIE SUMERA
11782 VILLANUEVA, RODEL ALLAGA
11783 VILLANUEVA, RONALYN CASIMERO
11784 VILLANUEVA, ROSSHELL OMNES
11785 VILLANUEVA, SALINA DOCUYANAN
11786 VILLAPAZ, BRENDA MODINA
11787 VILLAPUZ, LANIE SANCHEZ
11788 VILLARALBO, JULIE ANNE IMPERIAL
11789 VILLARAMA, KENNETE GARILAO
11790 VILLARAN, JENNIE SILVESTRE
11791 VILLARANDA, MARIA VICTORIA CANDIDATO
11792 VILLARANDA, RUSTAN SUAREZ
11793 VILLARASA, CEASAR GLENN BERBANIO
11794 VILLARBA, AUBREY JOY BASILIO
11795 VILLAREAL, ANTONETTE NACARIO
11796 VILLARENTE, JOSEPH AYO
11797 VILLAREZ, STEVE ALLEN DIAZ
11798 VILLARIAS, JUSAN ESGUERRA
11799 VILLARIAS, MARIVI NEPOMUCENO
11800 VILLARIAS, RIZA DIAZ
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:238 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11801 VILLARIMO, RAYMOND JASMIN
11802 VILLARIN, AIREEN LUSAÑES
11803 VILLARIN, IMEE SAILE
11804 VILLARIN, JOCELYN BACOY
11805 VILLARIN, RICHELLE DESPI
11806 VILLARIZA, JAVE FLOR JAGONIA
11807 VILLARMINO, GARLIE JHAY SENO
11808 VILLARO, LYZZA ANN PEDERE
11809 VILLARO, MIKELYN CORARATON
11810 VILLAROJO, HENRY QUINAÑOLA
11811 VILLAROSA, ANTONIO PEROCHO
11812 VILLAROSA, DENNIS JAVIER
11813 VILLAROSA, OLIVER CHAN
11814 VILLARTA, CINDY EMNACIN
11815 VILLARTA, MICHELET MARIE BROCE
11816 VILLARUEL, JACKIELOU ACITONA
11817 VILLARUEL, MICHELLE DUNGOG
11818 VILLARUEL, SARAH DE JESUS
11819 VILLARUZ, JESSA MAE ORTEGA
11820 VILLARUZ, JOLITTE ALINSOG
11821 VILLARUZ, MARY-ANN BERJAME
11822 VILLAS, MAYRELL VIAÑA
11823 VILLAS, NORLYN CATALUÑA
11824 VILLASAN, HILDA AMOROSO
11825 VILLASANTE, MARY GRACE MANOJO
11826 VILLASIN, MARIA ELIZA KARLA REVELO
11827 VILLASOR, CARMINA ROCILLE GUMAPAC
11828 VILLASTIQUE, CHERRY MAE OMPOC
11829 VILLAVIZA, ABBY GAILE ASUNCION
11830 VILLEGAS, CELPON GAUDAN
11831 VILLEGAS, EVELYN CARISMA
11832 VILLEGAS, JENER TORRES
11833 VILLEGAS, JOEL HUELGAS
11834 VILLEGAS, LIEZL DEYTO
11835 VILLEGAS, RYAN ALAMAG
11836 VILLEGAS, SAMUEL BELEN
11837 VILLEGAS, SHERYL BALGEMINO
11838 VILLENA, MARY GRACE CALUAG
11839 VILLESTER, ARIEL TAPAYAN
11840 VILLEZA, JOSEPH MORENO
11841 VILLO, MAY SANTIAGO
11842 VILLOCILLO, CYRIL ANN SAMARITA
11843 VILLOSTAS, KIMMY SYRA CASTILLO
11844 VILOG, DAN JOSEPH HABAN
11845 VILORIA, POMMY FRANCES AGARAN
11846 VILUAN, MAELODY PAGDILAO
11847 VINLUAN, ANNABELLE GARCIA
11848 VINLUAN, CRYSTALJEAN SOLIS
11849 VINLUAN, MARICRIS LLORCA
11850 VINOYA, MAIDEN CLAIRE ACOBA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on JANUARY 26, 2014
Released on MARCH 7, 2014 Page:239 of 242
Seq. No. N a m e
11851 VIOLA, MICHELLE LERIO
11852 VIOLANTA, KIMBERLY UNICE CAMBEL
11853 VIOS, JOANN SOLIS
11854 VIOYA, JONALEE VIOYA
11855 VIRAY, AL KEVIN CANLAS
11856 VIRAY, ANTONIO JR CHAN
11857 VIRAY, MA IRENE CABURNAY
11858 VIRAY, PAMELA MAMANGUN
11859 VIRAY, ROSE ANN BUSTILLOS
11860 VIRIÑA, CHRISTINE JOY CRUZIN
11861 VIRREY, MELISA DE CHAVEZ
11862 VIRREY, PHOEBE JILL LIPNICA
11863 VIRREY, VICKY PEÑAVERDE
11864 VIRTUDAZO, CHERRY SALADO
11865 VIRTUDAZO, LOTSIE LIZA
11866 VIRTUDAZO, MARITA VETORICO
11867 VIRTUDAZO, SWINGLY BABY JOY AVE
11868 VISANDE, ALFREDO JR OBLIGADO
11869 VISBAL, MARIA FATIMA POTESTAS
11870 VISCA, MA ANDREA AMOR RIO
11871 VISPERAS, CHARLOTTE RIZARIE
11872 VISPERAS, IAN KARLO CUARIO
11873 VITALICIO, RAQUEL BONGAT
11874 VITERBO, EVELYN HERNANDEZ
11875 VITERBO, JEROME TAMAYO
11876 VITO, CHARITO ANZANO
11877 VITORIANO, LHEA MAY ROMANTICO
11878 VITTO, CELIA JACINTO
11879 VITUG, JEREEN PEÑALES
11880 VIVAR, MA ELIZABETH BAUTISTA
11881 VIVAS, JUN BERT DALION
11882 VIZMANOS, RUTH DE GUZMAN
11883 VOCALES, GILREY JUANILLO
11884 WACLIN, MERCY SALIPIO
11885 WACLIN, RAZEL MONANG
11886 WACLIN, TROY LANGBAN
11887 WAG-I, LETICIA CUMIHANG
11888 WAHABI, ASHRAF SARIP
11889 WAHIMAN, LOURDES AGCOPRA
11890 WAITAN, VICTOR AWISAN
11891 WALIDODEN, NABILA USMAN
11892 WAMILDA, JULIE MAY COSINA
11893 WANAN, EVELYN MASNO
11894 WANGDALI, SION DAKETAN
11895 WASING, BETINA MARCELO
11896 WATAMAMA, JADIDA SARIPADA
11897 WAYAWAY, ROWENA MALANNAG
11898 WAÑA, VON MICHAEL DOMINGO
11899 WENCESLAO, EMERITO JR CARTAGENA
11900 WENCESLAO, RAMON LIWANAG
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11901 WHITESIDE, RACHEL DIANO
11902 WILLIAM, MARINA HERNANDEZ
11903 WILLIAMS, WILNALYN CARRIAGA
11904 YABANA, IRENE COSTAS OPON
11905 YABES, SHEILA MARIE ROXAS
11906 YABO, LESLIE ANN CIANO
11907 YABUT, ARIANE JOY NAZ
11908 YABUT, RHYAN CABANSAG
11909 YACCAO, VICENTE JR PAGOD
11910 YACON, APPLE-GRACE MANONGSONG
11911 YADAN, EDITHA FLORENTIN
11912 YAGYAGON, AGNES TANGDAY
11913 YALUNG, LAMUEL MANANSALA
11914 YALUNG, NICOLE PINERA
11915 YALUNG, PATRICK GARCIA
11916 YAMAG, GEMAR BAGANAO
11917 YAMAT, ALFONSO III GADI
11918 YAMAT, CRISTINA NUCUM
11919 YAMBAO, KATHLEEN CUELLAR
11920 YAMBAO, KAYCIE GAYLE MANANSALA
11921 YANCHA, LOUDELLE KIAMKO
11922 YANDOC, SHEENA KATRIN DAZA
11923 YANES, JAYSON MARCOS
11924 YANEZA, CARYL CACHAPERO
11925 YANEZA, JERIC BRYAN ADALIM
11926 YANEZA, LETECIA BINDOY
11927 YANEZA, MA LISSA TARRAYA
11928 YANGA, CHARLENE JOY YANOC
11929 YANGAO, RUFEL JANE MONTAÑEZ
11930 YANGUAS, MARIA ABEGAIL CAPACIA
11931 YANO, ISABEL LYNN ADEVA
11932 YANONG, CRISSELOU BACTING
11933 YANONG, LANIE CANOY
11934 YANSON, JANE SABALDICA
11935 YANTO, MARICEL BATALLA
11936 YAON, MYRA JOY LOPIBA
11937 YAP, CRISTY ANN GALLEGO
11938 YAP, JANETTE DOMINGO
11939 YAP, KIMBERLY ROSE GACUS
11940 YAPAO, JESSIE JAMES ORQUIA
11941 YAPYAPAN, DANA MAE CAMEYENG
11942 YAQUITIN, ALFREDO LARIDA
11943 YASOL, HEINRICH RECELESTINO
11944 YAU, MA JEZABEL QUEREL
11945 YAUN, MARIA LOURDES PANDAY
11946 YAÑEZ, RENALYN JAMONIL
11947 YBAÑEZ, CARLA TAPIC
11948 YBAÑEZ, JASMIN SAQUILABON
11949 YBAÑEZ, MARVIN BONGCAWIL
11950 YEC YEC, MARIA LUISA CARRIEDO
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11951 YECYEC, ANNA LOU GONZALES
11952 YEE, JENNY ERENIA
11953 YEE, ROSARIO SERRANO
11954 YGOT, NATASHA JANE ORTEGA
11955 YLANAN, RALF REMEDIO
11956 YLARDE, VANESSA MAINES
11957 YNIEGO, GERALDINE TRISTE
11958 YODICO, MARGIE REVISTA
11959 YONG, JOSEPH FLORES
11960 YOON, AMELITA LAURON
11961 YOSORES, JUNEBEL TALADRO
11962 YPIL, WILFREDA DUMAGUET
11963 YRAUDA, JOSELITA ROMAS
11964 YSMAEL, EVER JOY GAYYAMAN
11965 YSULAN, ROSALINA ESPINA
11966 YTURRIAGA, MARICAR CORNICO
11967 YU, ERIKA KHRYSS DY
11968 YU, JOSE CARLITO JR ESPERANZA
11969 YU, KRISTINE DIONIO
11970 YUCAMCO, MARLON ESTUFIDO
11971 YUMANG, MARJORIE RAMOS
11972 YUMUL, LEENDEL IVY CASTRO
11973 YUMUL, ROMINICK BARCENAS
11974 YUNGCA, MYLENE SISON
11975 YUSI, ANA DEVINA MATIAS
11976 YUSON, JUNARD SINALAN
11977 YUSTE, ERICKSON PULGA
11978 ZABALA, EDITHA MABOLOC
11979 ZABALA, EFFIE AGRES
11980 ZABALA, IRENE SAENZ
11981 ZABALA, RICHARD BAQUIRAN
11982 ZABALA, RIZA BAQUIRAN
11983 ZACAL, MA ANA CARIAGA
11984 ZACARIA, AINA EDRESS
11985 ZACARIAS, JENNIFER GOMEZ
11986 ZAFRA, JULIBEE ANN DALUGDUG
11987 ZAGALES, IVY DALA
11988 ZAMBALES, REGINE TIQUI
11989 ZAMBAS, WILSON MAGLACION
11990 ZAMORA, BERNARD CARMILO JUMAO-AS
11991 ZAMORA, ELLEN HUGO
11992 ZAMORA, ISMAEL ESTEBAN
11993 ZAMORA, JAYMEE JOY MUERONG
11994 ZAMORA, JOHNELL ESPINOSA
11995 ZAMORA, JOZETTE CALIPAYAN
11996 ZAMORA, JUNE CANILLO
11997 ZAMORA, KRIS JEAN NAPONE
11998 ZAMORA, ROBERT QUINONES
11999 ZAMORA, ZINNIA ANISLAGON
12000 ZANORIA, MIRAFLOR LICARDO
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12001 ZANTUA, CHRISTIAN DOMINIC FERNANDEZ
12002 ZANTUA, GERALDINE LAZARTE
12003 ZAPANTA, JAN REINO ARROYO
12004 ZAPANTA, MA THERESA LAVADOR
12005 ZARA, KATHERINE JOY ABDON
12006 ZARAGOZA, KRISTI-IAN FAJARDO
12007 ZARATAN, JOHN PATRICK INGGARAN
12008 ZARATE, ALDRION RAGRACIAS
12009 ZARATE, GLORIA ROQUE
12010 ZARATE, RUSSEL MAGANA
12011 ZASPA, ALREED MALILAY
12012 ZASPA, JOHN RODOLFH CORRES
12013 ZATA, CRISTY JOY ZONIO
12014 ZAULDA, BITU-IN LOPEZ
12015 ZENAROSA, CARMELITA SISON
12016 ZENAROSA, MARIA LEILA NAESA
12017 ZERNA, LIMUEL REAL
12018 ZERRUDO, RO-ANN MARIE PALLER
12019 ZETA, LOVELLA BERNADEZ
12020 ZIALCITA, HILDA MARIE ABRIGO
12021 ZIALCITA, NADIA VERONICA SAN JUAN
12022 ZILMAR, JOEL MARIANO
12023 ZITA, MARI KRIS OLAO
12024 ZOILO, ABEGAIL CAIDE
12025 ZOLETA, ALICECEL LUCERO
12026 ZOLETA, KLEO-AN MARGARET REGUDO
12027 ZOLETA, MARK JULIUS VILLARUEL
12028 ZOSA, YOB RASEC RJ VEJANO
12029 ZUASULA, JESSICA BACANTO
12030 ZUBIRI, MARICED DORADO
12031 ZUELA, JOANA MARY MABAG
12032 ZULUETA, IRENE SINABAN
12033 ZULUETA, NILO RODRIGUEZ
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