Civil Engineer Licensure Exam Results

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 1,199 out of 2,744 passed the Civil Engineer Licensure Examination given by the Board of Civil Engineering in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Legazpi last May.

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View the complete list of successful examinees.

Top 10 passers (May 2009 CE Board)

1. Man Wai Lue Chua of De La Salle University (DLSU)-Manila; Alberto Palmares Olidan of the Technological Institute of the Philippines (TIP)-Quezon City; Sean Bryner Solis Rey of the Far Eastern University-East Asia College and Michael Geovil Landicho Rovero of the Mapua Institute of Technology, 96.50 percent.

2. Danilo Granilo Romero Jr. of University of San Carlos; Alvin Christopher Galang Varquez of DLSU, 95.80 percent.

3. Homer Tomurong Sadie of the University of the Philippines-Diliman, 95.45 percent.

4. Allan Lucel Ramos Barit of Isabela State University, 95 percent.

5. Cleo Vann Lachica Cedeño, Cebu Institute of Technology; Demi Mark Vinluan De Guzman, UP Diliman and Richard Iso Ygat of TIP, 94.90 percent.

6. Ronnel Salabit Alzate, University of Mindanao-Davao City; Michael Paolo Soto Bellosillo, DLSU; Riegel Cucharo Dizon, Cebu Institute of Technology and Edward Segundo Gapatan of University of Santo Tomas, 94.75 percent.

7. Roy Albert Nueva Kaimo, UP Diliman, 94.55 percent.

8. Charles Manuel De Los Reyes Garcia, University of Negros Occidental- Recoletos; Jeff Carlo Tagala Oliva, UP-Diliman and Enhart Jabson Tolentino, Mapua, 94.30 percent.

9. Romen Paras Real, UP Diliman, 94.05 percent.

10. Edwin Cadigal Bardinas, Technological University of the Philippines-Manila, 93.60 percent.

Congratulations!

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