Thursday, January 28, 2010

physical and occupational therapist licensure exams

From GMA News tv

A total of 212 examinees passed the physical therapists licensure examination, while 18 hopefuls passed the occupational therapist board exam held last January 24 to 25.

To see the complete lists of passers for the physical and occupational therapist exams, click here:



Topping the exam for physical therapists was Sanchia Selene Garcia Estavillo of the University of Santo Tomas with a score of 82.10 percent.

She was followed by Cresilda Tejano Abella of De la Salle University – DasmariƱas (DLSU-D) and Elena Yu Vasco of Emilio Aguindaldo College (EAC) – Manila who were tied at second spot with 81 percent.

Maricar Vivar Magcaling of the University of the East’s Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center placed third, garnering 80.95 percent.

Robinson Liwanag Villaroya of EAC and Dorothy Joyce de Chavez Mojice placed fourth and fifth, with 80.90 and 80.65 percent, respectively.

They were followed by Lyceum of Batangas graduate Maru Grace Agravante Lantin with 80.55 percent, and Aileen Luna Abistado of DLSU-D with 80.20 percent.

University of the Philippines Manila students secured the eight and ninth spots, with Beverly Heidel Arriola Jiongco and Ilona Valerie Rodriquez Vidamo obtaining 80 and 79.70 percent, respectively. Completing the list was Pedro Jr. Sending Blance of Universidad de Santa Isabel with a score of 79.65 percent.

Meanwhile, the seven examinees who secured the five highest passing grades for the occupation therapist licensure exam all came from UP Manila, UST, and Cebu Doctors' University.

The topnotchers were named as Flordeline Precious dela Cruz Lao of UP Manila with 82.40; Chatlynne Audrey Bathan Aguila of UST with 80.20; and Lennie Jean Fonte Iglesia of UP Manila with 79.40.

Three examinees tied at fourth place after getting a score of 78.20. They were: Jessica Flores Nepomuceno of UST and Cherie Ellen Co Tan and Maria Corrine Donor Tesalona of Cebu Doctors'.

Hyacinth Mae Edraline Tenorio of UST completed the top-five list with 77.80 percent.—Aie Balagtas See/JV, GMANews.TV

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