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Sunday, February 20, 2011


Gordon College (GC) once again topped all schools in the city and outlying communities in the latest Nurse Licensure Examinations (NLE) given by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)-Board of Nursing.

“With 27 out of 56 takers hurdling the exams, Gordon College registered a passing mark of 48.21 percent, a lot higher than the national passing rate of 35%," said Arlida Pame, president of Gordon College.

Nationwide, of 84,287 takers, only 29,711 passed the exams given by the PRC.

Gordon College's 48.21 percent was followed by Metro Subic Colleges with a far 31.71 percent, Columban College, 25 percent, George Dewey Medical College, 20.59 percent, Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU), 19.55 percent and Ramon Magsaysay Technological University (RMTU) with 18.69 percent, according to figures released by the PRC.

Last year, Gordon College produced 100 new registered nurses, ranking 22nd among the top performing nursing schools with 65 percent passing rate.

The NLE passers are ABUAN, Emilroy Tapec;BALDOS, Mike; CATALAN, Edna Marie Matinong; COMIA, Ellaine Ramos; CULCUL, Riza Claire Almondia; DELA CRUZ, Hannilyn Sambrano; DURAN, Ronald Ray San Agustin; EBEN, Kristine Grace, Reyes; ELAMBRE, Jena, Tacuyan; FAMULARCANO, Rochelle Sarael; FERRER, Jane Alyzza Evangelista; FRIAS, Raizell Ann Roscom; GABRIEL, Gary Rhey Buhain; GUMBA, Rodelyn, Fernando; LALUAN, Alyssa Erika Tadeo; LAPUZ, Juanito Jr. Punio; MESINA, Rose Ann, Suarez; MISTA, April Mae Camus; OLALIA, Harold Olaivar; PASCUA, Jerwin Lazaro; PERTACORTA, Jezreel Laguisma; RAMOS, John Michael Morales; SALAZAR, Christian James Dominico; SALAZAR, Mark Angelo, Villela; SANCHEZ, Bernard Dalaorao; and, TABABAN, Lyndon John Buluran.

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