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1 11th National Convention on Statistics (NCS) EDSA Shangri-La Hotel October 4-5, 2010 THE BEST AND WORST PERFORMING SCHOOLS IN THE PHILIPPINE LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS AT THE START OF THE THIRD MILLENNIUM by Romulo A. Virola, Marymell A. Martillan, Gerald Junne L. Clariño, Albert A. Garcia For additional information, please contact: Author s name Romulo A. Virola Designation Secretary General Affiliation National Statistical Coordination Board Address 403 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City Tel. no Co-authors names Marymell A. Martillan, Gerald Junne L. Clariño, Albert A. Garcia Designation Statistical Coordination Officer III, SCO I, and SCO I Affiliation National Statistical Coordination Board Address 403 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City Tel. no addresses

2 THE BEST AND WORST PERFORMING SCHOOLS IN THE PHILIPPINE LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS AT THE START OF THE THIRD MILLENNIUM ( ) by Romulo A. Virola, Marymell A. Martillan, Gerald Junne L. Clariño, and Albert A. Garcia 1 ABSTRACT Under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Goal 1 is to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, while Goal 2 is to achieve universal primary education. Many studies in the past have identified education as a strong if not the strongest correlate of poverty. On the other hand, statistics show that the quality of the country s human capital has been deteriorating, particularly when compared to our ASEAN neighbors. Against the backdrop of intense global competition and the emergence of knowledge-based economies in the Third Millennium, therefore, the education sector must receive top and urgent priority in the development agenda of our country, if we are to achieve our MDGs by Towards crafting education policies and programs that address the problems faced by the sector which are probably the root cause why poverty persists in the country, and possibly critical to the achievement of our MDGs, we need to understand better why the quality of our human capital has deteriorated. For this, we need statistics. This paper will present comparative statistics on the performance of the various schools in licensure examinations in major fields of education, looking particularly at the examinations for accountants, dentists, nurses, physicians, and teachers, providing disaggregation by region and by sex. It will identify the best performing and the worst performing schools and provide an assessment on whether students and parents as well as government are getting value for money that they have invested on education. The paper will also make some suggestions for future research on the issue and some recommendations to improve the quality of education in the Philippines. KEY WORDS AND PHRASES: Millennium Development Goals, poverty, education, human capital, licensure examinations, best performing schools, worst performing schools, value for money I. INTRODUCTION Goal 1 of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, while Goal 2 is to achieve universal primary education. Past studies have identified education as a strong, if not the strongest correlate of poverty. Thus, the overarching concern to eradicate poverty can be successfully addressed only if the problems besetting the education sector are also given priority attention. Statistics show that the quality of the country s human capital has been deteriorating, particularly when compared to our ASEAN neighbors. These statistics point to, among others, the higher but eroding advantage in our level of educational attainment compared to countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. Virola (see [3]) has written a number of Statistically Speaking articles on this concern. Moreover, the MDG Watch (see [2]) being compiled by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) shows that it is Goal 2 where the Philippines 1 Secretary General, Statistical Coordination Officer III, Statistical Coordination Officer I, and Statistical Coordination Officer I, respectively, of the National Statistical Coordination Board. The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSCB. The authors thank Carmelita H. Destreza and Noel S. Nepomuceno for the assistance in the preparation of this paper. Page 1 of 67

3 will have the hardest time meeting the target by Net enrolment ratio in primary education has barely increased from 84.6 in 1990 to 85.1 in The proportion of pupils starting grade 1 who reach grade 6 remains low from 69.7 in 1990 to 75.4 in 2008; so with primary completion rate, from 64.2 in 1990 to 73.3 in In the past, the Philippine government has expressed its concern about the education sector and has crafted many program interventions that sought to address the problems faced by the sector. For example, the Conditional Cash Transfer program stipulates the condition that children 6-14 years old must attend school at least 85 percent of the time before a family becomes entitled to the cash subsidy. And during the Stakeholders Step-Up Campaign Forum on the Philippines Millennium Development Goals last 8 September 2010, Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III emphasized that reducing poverty, reaching universal primary education and improving maternal health are three areas that demand more attention, not just from the government, but from every Filipino citizen. Recently the policy debate has focused on adding two years to basic education. In fact, a paper (see [1]) on this will be presented in the plenary session before the closing ceremonies of the 11 th NCS. Despite the efforts of government and other stakeholders, the quality of education in the country remains distressing. In a Statistically Speaking article (see [6]), Virola called attention to the generally low percentage of passers in the licensure examinations in 2006 and 2007 for nurses, teachers and physicians. This paper extends the analysis and results of the Statistically Speaking article to other popular fields like accountancy and dentistry. The data used come from latest available information from the Professional Regulation Commission (see [4], [5]). The next section presents the performance of schools in these licensure examinations with appropriate cross tabulations and some correlation analyses. The final section presents an assessment and some recommendations towards the improvement of the education sector. II. Performance of Schools in Licensure Examinations, For purposes of the PRC publication that provided the data for this paper, schools/higher Education Institutions (HEI) were initially classified by the Educational Statistics Task Force (ESTF) of the PRC as Cluster One CHED-recognized HEI which offer the degree program required for the licensure examination Cluster Two Other participating CHED-recognized HEI Cluster Three Former names of CHED-recognized HEI Cluster Four Schools which have been closed Only HEI belonging to Clusters One, Two and Three are included in the analysis. The ESTF also classified the HEI into Categories 1, 2, 3, and 4. Biggest (Category 1) Big (Category 2) Small (Category 3) Smallest (Category 4) - those with examinees numbering 1000 and above per calendar year, - those with examinees, - those with examinees, or - those with less than 10 examinees The HEIs are also classified as GS - Government of State Colleges/Universities and their Satellite Campuses GO - Government institutions other than State Colleges/Universities. This includes Local Colleges/Universities and CHED-supervised institutions Page 2 of 67

4 PS - Private sectarian schools including stock, non-stock or foundationtype private ownership PN - Private non-sectarian schools including stock, non-stock or foundation-type private ownership The top/bottom performing schools refer to those with the highest/lowest passing rates in the licensure examinations in Due to space constraints, we will exclude the smallest schools (Category 4) in most of the analysis/tables. Here are the findings/results with the complete tables shown in Appendix Tables 1-10: 1. Licensure Examination for Accountants 2. Licensure Examination for Dentists 3. Licensure Examination for Nurses 4. Licensure Examination for Physicians 5. Licensure Examination for Teachers-Elementary 6. Licensure Examination for Teachers-Secondary 7. Distribution of Examinees, Passers, and Passing Rate by School Type in the Licensure Examinations 8. Distribution of Passers by Sex in the Licensure Examinations 9. Correlation Analysis at the al Level, Correlation Analysis at the al Level, 2007 Very Low Overall National Passing Percentages! Teachers are failing their exams! As shown in the table below, only 38 of the examinees in licensure examinations conducted in passed. For accountants, dentists, nurses, physicians, and teachers the overall passing rate was slightly lower at 37, ranging from 28 for accountants and elementary school teachers to 58 for physicians. Table 1 National Passing Percentage Per Type of Licensure Examinations, Type of Licensure Examinations Passing Rate Accountants 29 Dentists 34 Nurses 46 Physicians 58 Teachers-Elementary 28 Teachers-Secondary 31 Total 37 All types of examinations 38 Private Schools Do Better! Page 3 of 67

5 The private schools produce more examinees than government schools. Private nonsectarian schools had the lowest while private sectarian schools had the highest overall passing rate in the licensure examinations. Table 2 Number of Examinees and Passing Rate By Type of School, Type of School GO GS PN PS Year Number of Examinees 7,417 9,524 73,405 83, , ,432 48,024 56,102 Passing Rate Size Does Matter Does Size Matter?: Medium is Better! Big is Better! For the licensure examinations in the six fields covered in the paper, the biggest schools have the highest overall passing rate of 41 followed by the big schools at 39 and the small schools at 30. The average passing rate for the small schools was weighed down by the low passing rates for teachers and accountants. Table 3 National Passing Percentage Per Type of Licensure Examination By Size, Type of Licensure Examinations Biggest Schools Big Schools Small Schools Accountants Dentists Nurses Physicians Teachers- Elementary Teachers- Secondary Total no record Correlation computations show some relationship between school size and performance in the licensure examinations. For accountants and secondary school teachers, the positive correlations are small but significant. For nurses, physicians, and elementary school teachers the positive correlations are not consistently significant. For dentists, the negative correlation is not significant. Page 4 of 67

6 Table 4 Correlation Analysis Between the Number of Examinees and Passing Rate Per Type of Examination Type of Examinations Correlation Coefficient Level of Correlation Significance Coefficient Level of Significance Accountants Dentists (0.142) (0.095) Nurses Physicians Teachers- Elementary Teachers- Secondary By In general, the schools in NCR have higher passing rates than those in the other regions. However, the following are notable exceptions of schools from the regions being among the top performers and beating schools in NCR: 1. For Accountants: Siliman University ( VII) and Mariano Marcos State University- Batac. 2. For Dentists: Southwestern University ( VII) and Cebu Doctors University (Cebu Doctors College) 3. For Nurses: Xavier University (Ateneo De Cagayan) ( X), Saint Louis University (CAR), University of the Philippines-Visayas-Iloilo City, and Palawan State University- Puerto Princesa. 4. For Physicians: Cebu Institute of Medicine ( VII), Mindanao State University- Marawi City, Cebu Doctors University (Cebu Doctors College) 5. For Elementary School Teachers: West Visayas State University-La Paz, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College) 6. For Secondary School Teachers: University of the Philippines-Los Baños and University of the Philippines-Visayas-Iloilo City On the other hand, the following schools in NCR have among the lowest passing rate, worse than schools in the regions: 1. For Accountants: Arellano University-Manila 2. For Dentists: National University, De Ocampo Memorial Colleges, and Unciano Colleges and General Hospital-Manila. 3. For Nurses: none 4. For Physicians: none 5. For Elementary School Teachers: none 6. For Secondary School Teachers: none Page 5 of 67

7 Are Women smarter than Men? While the PRC could not provide the distribution of examinees by sex, it has the sex distribution of passers. And by a ratio of almost 2:1, there are more female passers in the licensure examinations than men. Table 5 Number of Male and Female Passers in the Licensure Examinations, Male Female Male Female 36,303 69,008 44,377 86,018 Top/Bottom Performing Schools for Accountants The top three performing schools for accountants are the following: Table 6 Top Big Schools for Accountants, Passing Passing Passing University of Santo Tomas NCR De La Salle University- Manila NCR Xavier University (Ateneo De Cagayan) X Table 7 Top Small Schools for Accountants, Passing Passing Passing University of the NCR Philippines-Diliman Silliman University Mariano Marcos State University-Batac VII I Page 6 of 67

8 On the other hand, the bottom three performing schools for accountants are the following: Table 8 Bottom Big Schools for Accountants, Passing Passing Passing Divine Word College of Legazpi V University of Luzon (Luzon College) I Philippine School of Business Administration- Quezon City NCR Table 9 Bottom Small Schools for Accountants, s Passing Passing Passing Arellano University- Manila NCR City College of Urdaneta (Urdaneta I ** Community College) University of Mindanao-Tagum XI **rank based on smallest schools Top/Bottom Performing Schools for Dentists The top three performing schools for dentists are the following: Table 10 Top Big Schools for Dentists, s Passing Passing Passing University of the East- Manila NCR Centro Escolar University-Manila NCR Southwestern University VII Page 7 of 67

9 Table 11 Top Small Schools for Dentists, s Passing Passing Passing University of the Philippines-Manila NCR Cebu Doctors University (Cebu VII Doctors College) University of Baguio CAR On the other hand, the bottom three performing schools for dentists are the following: Table 12 Bottom Big Schools for Dentists, s De Ocampo Memorial Colleges Manila Central University- Caloocan City Southwestern University Passing Passing Passing NCR NCR VII Table 13 Bottom Small Schools for Dentists, s Passing Passing Passing National University NCR Unciano Colleges and General Hospital- NCR Manila Medina College- Ozamis City X Page 8 of 67

10 Top/Bottom Performing Schools for Nurses The top three performing schools for nurses are the following: Table 14 Top Biggest Schools for Nurses, s Passing Ran Passing Passing k Far Eastern University Manila NCR Our Lady of Fatima University-Valenzuela NCR Brokenshire College XI Table 15 Top Big Schools for Nurses, s Passing Passin Passing g Xavier University (Ateneo De Cagayan) X Saint Louis University CAR West Visayas State University-La Paz VI Table 16 Top Small Schools for Nurses, s Passing Passin Passing g University of the Philippines-Manila NCR Philippine Christian University-Manila NCR Saint Paul University- Manila NCR No record 95 8 /a 95 3 /a rank based on big schools Page 9 of 67

11 On the other hand, the bottom three performing schools for nurses are the following: Table 17 Bottom Biggest Schools for Nurses, s Passing Passing Passing Medina College-Ozamis City X City College of Urdaneta (Urdaneta I Community College) 19 8 /a Emilio Aguinaldo College-Manila NCR /a rank based on big schools Golden West Colleges Medina College- Pagadian (St. John General Hospital & College) Unciano Colleges & General Hospital-Manila *rank based on small schools Table 18 Bottom Big Schools for Nurses, s Passing Passing Passing 18 11* I IX NCR Table 19 Bottom Small Schools for Nurses, s Passing Passing Passing Mapandi Memorial College ARMM Eastern Visayas Central College VIII No record Central locandia College fo Science and I Technology No record Page 10 of 67

12 Top/Bottom Performing Schools for Physicians The top three performing schools for physicians are the following: Table 20 Top Big Schools for Physicians, s Passing Passing Passing University of the Philippines-Manila NCR Pamantasan Ng NCR Lungsod Ng Maynila University of Santo Tomas NCR Table 21 Top Small Schools for Physicians, s Passing Passing Passing Cebu Institute of Medicine VII Mindanao State ARMM University-Marawi City Cebu Doctors University- Colleges of No record VII Medicine On the other hand, the bottom three performing schools for physicians are the following: Table 22 Bottom Big Schools for Physicians, s Passing Passing Passing Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation I University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna IV-A (Perpetual Help College) University of Perpetual Help Rizal-Las Piñas NCR Page 11 of 67

13 Lyceum Northwestern Ago Medical and Educational Center- Bicol Christian Coll.of Med Table 23 Bottom Small Schools for Physicians, s Passing Passing Passing I Southwestern University V VII No record Top/Bottom Performing Schools for Elementary School Teachers The top three performing schools for elementary school teachers are the following: Biggest Schools (there are only 3 schools) Table 24 Biggest Schools for Elementary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing Leyte Normal University VIII /a Western Mindanao State University IX Bukidnon State College- Malaybalay X /a rank based on big schools Table 25 Top Big Schools for Elementary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing Philippine Normal University-Manila NCR West Visayas State University-La Paz VI Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College) VII Page 12 of 67

14 Table 26 Top Small Schools for Elementary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing University of the Philippines-Diliman NCR De La Salle University- Manila NCR Assumption College- Makati NCR ** **rank based on smallest schools On the other hand, the bottom three performing schools for elementary school teachers are the following: Table 27 Bottom Big Schools for Elementary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Ran Passing k Central Sulu College ARMM Tawi-Tawi al Agricultural College ARMM * 2 2 Mindanao State University-S.D.T.C.-Jolo ARMM *rank based on small schools Table 28 Bottom Small Schools for Elementary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing Congress College I Saint Augustine College III Jolo Community College ARMM 0 6** **rank based on smallest schools Page 13 of 67

15 Top/Bottom Performing Schools for Secondary School Teachers The top three performing schools for secondary school teachers are the following: Table 29 Top Big Schools for Secondary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing University of the Philippines-Diliman NCR De La Salle University- Manila NCR University of the Philippines-Los Baños IV-A 98 9* *rank based on small schools Table 30 Top Small Schools for Secondary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing Ateneo De Manila University-Q.C. NCR University of the Philippines-Visayas- VI Iloilo City Miriam College (Maryknoll College Foundation, Inc.) NCR On the other hand, the bottom three performing schools for secondary school teachers are the following: Table 31 Bottom Big Schools for Secondary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing Lanao National College of Arts & Trades ARMM Mindanao State University-S.D.T.C.- ARMM Jolo Cotabato City State Polytechnic College XII Page 14 of 67

16 Table 32 Bottom Small Schools for Secondary School Teachers, s Passing Passing Passing Claret College of Isabela IX Hadji Butu School of ARMM Arts & Trades North Central Mindanao Colleges No record X (CMTI) III. Assessment and Some Recommendations 1. The 38 overall passing rate for licensure examinations should not be acceptable. Targets should be set both by CHED and the schools to raise the overall passing rate to at least 50 within an appropriate time line to provide a reasonable rate of return on the investments made on education not only by government but also by parents. 2. Though biggest schools perform better than big and small schools, CHED should closely monitor the biggest schools for nurses, as the passing rate is only 42 compared to 48 and 49 of the big and small schools, respectively. 3. Among the bottom performing schools, CHED should likewise monitor several small schools for accountancy, elementary school teachers, and secondary school teachers which posted 0 passing rate in both 2006 and More specifically, CHED should come up with a program of putting on probation and/or suspension those schools with passing rates below an acceptable level for three consecutive examination periods. For example, enrolment of new students in programs/schools with bad licensure examination records could be temporarily suspended and/or restricted, noting that at least for some fields, performance and program enrolment size are negatively correlated. Moreover, CHED should develop minimum standards of performance on these licensure examinations and should have the political will to close academic programs that fail those standards. The list of these schools and programs should be posted on the CHED website. 4. Obviously, there are schools in the regions that do very badly in the licensure examinations. Should they be closed? What if the bad performing school is the only school in the region? If it is closed, where will the students go? Can parents afford to send them to other regions? Or should it be allowed to operate to provide cheaper access to education to students in the region? Not easy questions but CHED must come up with an answer. 5. Considering the importance of education not only in raising the competitiveness of the Philippines in the global economy but just as, if not more importantly, in achieving our MDG target of halving poverty by 2015, the 28 passing rate for elementary school teachers and 31 passing rate for secondary school teachers are too low to assure us of a continuing stream of highly qualified teachers. Teacher training must be intensified, teachers morale should be raised, teachers should not be overworked, and compensation of teachers must be increased several folds. It is unconscionable that we allow the big bosses of government corporations to get so much for their work while we make our teachers wallow in their abysmally low wages! Page 15 of 67

17 6. On the other hand, while the performance of the health professionals (doctors at 58, nurses at 46 and dentists at 34) is relatively better than the teachers and the accountants, are these numbers high enough to give comfort to patients who submit to these professionals matters of their life and death? Do these levels of passing rates make parents feel that their investments and sacrifices would not go to waste? We do not think so and CHED should find ways to raise these passing percentages to at least the 70s. Wishful thinking? We do not think so either because in the highly competitive knowledge-based Third Millennium, we must aim higher; we must dream higher. We should also not waste our precious little resources. 7. Towards greater transparency and to inform education-related decisions of parents and students, passing rates of schools in the various licensure examinations should be posted on the websites of CHED, PRC, and the schools themselves. 8. In the preparation of this paper, the authors had to encode manually the data from the PRC publications because PRC could not provide an electronic copy of the dataset. It is strongly recommended that the PRC strengthen its capacity for information management to maximize the use of the wealth of data that it possesses. If budget is the problem, as the DBM sometimes has this unreasonable policy of not allowing capital outlay proposals from government agencies, it is about time mindsets changed! If we formulate policies that hinder investments in the information technology infrastructure of government agencies, how can we compete? 9. The authors originally planned to gather data on tuition fees to assess whether schools charging higher tuition are justified by better performance in the licensure examinations, and to have cost estimates of how much it takes to produce a professional in the educational system of the country. This is an area for future research. 10. Another subject for future research is a better quantification of the supply of and demand for professionals in the Philippine economy. This can provide a basis for the rationalization of the educational system of the country that supplies labor not only for the international market but more importantly to respond more effectively to the development needs of the country for the benefit of its citizenry. Page 16 of 67

18 REFERENCES [1] De Vera, Roberto, Private Costs and Benefits of Adding Two Years to the Philippine Basic Education System [2] NSCB website, [3] NSCB Statistically Speaking, [4] Educational Statistics Task Force of the Professional Regulation Commission, The 2006 Compilation of Statistics on the Performance of Schools in Various Licensure Examinations [5] Educational Statistics Task Force of the Professional Regulation Commission, The 2007 Compilation of Statistics on the Performance of Schools in Various Licensure Examinations [6] Virola, Romulo A. & Jessamyn O. Encarnacion, Statistically Speaking, The Best Schools, The Worst Schools, Page 17 of 67

19 ANNEX TABLES Table 1 Licensure Examination for Accountants Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Adamson University NCR Adventist University of the Philippines-(Phillippine Union College-Silang) IV-A Aklan College VI Angeles University Foundation III Aquinas University V Araullo University III Arellano University-Manila NCR Asian Development Foundation College VIII Assumption College-Makati NCR Ateneo De Davao University XI Ateneo De Naga V Ateneo De Zamboanga IX Baliuag University (Baliuag Colleges) III Bataan Peninsula State College-Balanga (Bataan Poly. Sc) III Batangas State University-Batangas City (Pablo Borbon Memorial Institu IV-A Bicol University-Legazpi V Bukidnon State College-Malaybalay X Cagayan De Oro College X Caloocan City Polytechnic College NCR Catanduanes State Colleges-Virac V Cebu Institute of Technology VII Central Colleges of the Philippines NCR Central Luzon State University III Central Philippine University VI Centro Escolar University-Malolos III Centro Escolar University-Manila NCR Chiang Kai Shek College NCR City College of Urdaneta (Urdaneta Community College) I City of Malabon University (Malabon Community College) NCR Colegio De Dagupan (Computronix College) I Colegio De La Purisima Concepcion VI Colegio De San Agustin-Bacolod City VI Colegio De San Juan De Letran-Calamba IV-A Colegio De San Juan De Letran-Intramuros NCR College of the Holy Spirit of Manila NCR College of the Immaculate Concepcion-Cabanatuan III no record no record Columban College-Olongapo City III Cor Jesu College (Holy Cross of Digos) XI Cordillera Career Development College CAR De La Salle University-Dasmariñas IV-A De La Salle University-Lipa IV-A De La Salle University-Manila NCR De La Salle-Araneta University,Inc. (Gregorio Araneta University FoundaNCR Divine Word College of Bangued CAR Divine Word College of Calapan IV-B Divine Word College of Laoag I Divine Word College of Legazpi V Divine Word College of San Jose IV-B Divine Word College of Vigan I Dr. Filemon C. Aguilar Memorial College NCR Excluded from the table are the smallest, i.e., those with less than 10 examinees in Page 18 of 67

20 Table 1. Continued Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Eastern Visayas State University-Tacloban (Leyte Institute of Technolog VIII Emilio Aguinaldo College-Manila NCR Far Eastern University-Manila NCR Father Saturnino Urios University (Urios College) CARAGA Feu-Fern College-Quezon City NCR no record no record First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities IV-A Foundation University VII Garcia College of Technology VI Gensantos Foundation, Inc. XII Guagua National Colleges III Holy Angel University III Holy Cross of Davao College XI Holy Name University (Divine Word-Tagbilaran) VII Holy Name University (Divine Word-Tagbilaran) VII Holy Trinity College of Puerto Princesa IV-B Immaculate Conception College-La Salle X Imus Institute IV-A Jose Rizal University (Jose Rizal College) NCR La Consolacion College-Manila NCR Laguna College IV-A Laguna College of Business and Arts IV-A Liceo De Cagayan University X Lipa City Colleges IV-A Lyceum Northwestern I Lyceum of Aparri II Lyceum of Batangas IV-A Lyceum of the Philippines-Laguna (Lyceum Inst. Of Tech) IV-A Lyceum of the Philippines-Manila NCR Mabini College V Manuel L. Quezon University NCR Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation-Lucena City IV-A Mariano Marcos State University-Batac I Meycauayan College III Mindanao State University-Gen. Santos City XII Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology X Mindanao State University-Marawi City ARMM Miriam College (Maryknoll College Foundation, Inc.) NCR Misamis University-Ozamis City X Mountain Province State Polytechnic College-Bontoc CAR Mountain View College X National College of Business & Arts-Fairview NCR National College of Business and Arts-Cubao NCR National College of Business and Arts-Rizal IV-A New Era University NCR Northeastern College II Notre Dame of Dadiangas College XII Notre Dame of Marbel University XII Notre Dame of Midsayap College XII Notre Dame University XII Our Lady of the Pillar's College II Page 19 of 67

21 Table 1. Continued Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Palawan State University-Puerto Princesa IV-B Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila NCR Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Pasay NCR Partido State University V Pasig Catholic College NCR Philippine Christian University-Manila NCR Philippine School of Business Administration-Manila NCR Philippine School of Business Administration-Quezon City NCR Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Bataan III Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Lopez IV-A Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Main-Sta. Mesa NCR Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Maragondon IV-A Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Sto. Tomas IV-A Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Taguig NCR Rizal College of Taal IV-A Rizal Technological University NCR Sacred Heart College of Lucena City, Inc. IV-A Saint Anthony's College-Antique VI Saint Columban College-Pagadian City IX Saint Ferdinand College-Ilagan II Saint Joseph's College-Maasin VIII Saint Louis College of San Fernando I Saint Louis University CAR Saint Louise De Marillac College of Sorsogon (Colegio De La Milagrosa V Saint Mary's College of Catbalogan (Sacred Heart Coll.) VIII no record no record Saint Mary's College-Tagum XI Saint Mary's University (St.Mary's College-Bayombong) II Saint Paul Business School of Tacloban VIII Saint Paul University System-Surigao X Saint Paul University-Tuguegarao II Saint Paul's Business School-Palo VIII Saint Scholastica's College NCR Saint Vincent College-Dipolog City IX San Beda College NCR San Beda College of Alabang, Inc. (St. Benedict College) NCR San Isidro College X San Pablo Colleges IV-A San Pedro College of Business Administration IV-A San Sebastian College-Manila NCR San Sebastian College-Recoletos IV-A Santa Isabel College NCR Silliman University VII Southern Luzon Polytechnic College-Lucban IV-A Southwestern University VII Systems Plus College Foundation,Inc.-Angeles City III Tarlac State University (Tarlac College of Technology) III Technological Institute of the Philippines-Manila NCR Technological Institute of the Philippines-Quezon City NCR Tomas Claudio Memorial College IV-A Tomas Del Rosario Academy III Page 20 of 67

22 Table 1. Continued Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Trinity University of Asia (Trinity Collge-Q.C.) NCR Union Christian College I Universidad De Manila (City College of Manila) NCR Universidad De Santa Isabel (Colegio De Sta. Isabel) V Universidad De Zamboanga (Zamboanga A.E. College) IX University of Baguio CAR University of Batangas IV-A University of Bohol VII University of Cebu (Cebu Central Colleges) VII University of Eastern Philippines-Catarman VIII University of Iloilo VI University of La Sallete-Santiago II University of Luzon (Luzon College) I University of Makati NCR University of Manila NCR University of Mindanao-Davao City XI University of Mindanao-Tagum XI University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos VI University of Northern Philippines-Vigan I University of Nueva Caceres V University of Pangasinan I University of Perpetual Help Rizal-Las Piñas NCR University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna (Perpetual Help College) IV-A University of Rizal System-Binangonan IV-A University of Saint Anthony V University of Saint La Salle VI University of Saint Louis-Tuguegarao (Saint Louis College) II University of San Agustin VI University of San Carlos VII University of San Jose-Recoletos VII University of Santo Tomas NCR University of the Assumption III University of the Cordilleras (Baguio College Foundation) CAR University of the East-Caloocan NCR University of the East-Manila NCR University of the Immaculate Conception-Davao XII University of the Philippines-Diliman NCR University of the Philippines-Visayas-Iloilo City VI University of the Philippines-Visayas-Tacloban City VIII University of the Visayas-Cebu City VII Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation I Wesleyan University of the Philippines-Cabanatuan City III West Negros College VI Western Institute of Technology VI Western Leyte College-Ormoc VIII Xavier University (Ateneo De Cagayan) X Page 21 of 67

23 Table 2 Licensure Examination for Dentists Examinee Passing Examinee Passing Examinee s s s Passing Ago Medical & Educational Center-Bicol Christian College of Medicine V Cebu Doctors University (Cebu Doctors College) VII Centro Escolar University-Malolos III Centro Escolar University-Manila NCR Davao Medical School Foundation XI De Ocampo Memorial Colleges NCR Emilio Aguinaldo College-Manila NCR Iloilo Doctors' College VI Jose C. Feliciano School of Science and Technology III Lyceum Northwestern I Lyceum of Batangas IV-A Manila Central University-Caloocan City NCR Medina College-Ozamis City X Mindanao Medical Foundation College XI Misamis University-Ozamis City X National University NCR Our Lady of Fatima University-Valenzuela NCR Pines City College (Pines City Educational Center) CAR Southwestern University VII Unciano Colleges and General Hospital-Manila NCR University of Baguio CAR University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna (Perpetual Help College) IV-A University of the East-Manila NCR University of the Philippines-Manila NCR Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation I Page 22 of 67

24 Table 3 Licensure Examination for Nurses Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Abra Valley College CAR Adamson University NCR no record no record Adventist University of the Philippines-(Phillippine Union College-Silang) IV-A Ago Foundation College V Ago Medical & Educational Center-Bicol Christian College of Medicine V Aklan Polytechnic Institute VI no record no record Aldersgate College II AMA Computer College-East Rizal IV-A no record no record AMA School of Medicine NCR no record no record Andres Bonifacio College IX Angeles University Foundation III , Aquinas University V , Araullo University III Arellano University-Manila NCR , , Arellano University-Pasay NCR no record no record Arellano University-Pasig NCR Arriesgado College Foundation, Inc. XI Asia Pacific College of Advance Studies III no record no record Ateneo De Davao University XI , Ateneo De Naga V Ateneo De Zamboanga IX Baguio Central University CAR , , Baliuag University (Baliuag Colleges) III Bataan Peninsula State College- Balanga (Bataan Poly. SC) III , Bataan Polytechnic State College-Orani III no record no record Benedicto College, Inc. VII Benguet State University-La Trinidad (Mt. State Agricultural College) CAR Bicol University-Legazpi V Bicol University-Tabaco V Blancia Carreon College Foundation, Inc. IX Bohol Institute of Technology-Tagbilaran City VII Brent Hospital, Inc.-Zamboanga City IX Brokenshire College XI , , Butuan City Colleges CARAGA Butuan Doctors College (Butuan Dr. Hospital School of Nursing) CARAGA C.D.H. Allied Medical Colleges (Calamba Doctors) IV-A Cagayan De Oro College X no record no record Calayan Educational Foundation Inc. (Medical Center Lucena) IV-A Camarines Sur Polytechnic College-Nabua V Capitol Medical center College NCR no record no record Capitol University (Cagayan Capitol College) X , Capiz State University (Cit) ( PSPC)-Main campus VI no record no record Carthel Science Educational Foundation,Inc. (Olra) III Catanduanes State Colleges-Virac V Cavite State University (Don Severino Agricultural College) IV-A Cebu Doctors University (Cebu Doctors College) VII Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College) VII Cebu Sacred Heart College VII no record no record Central Colleges of the Philippines NCR Central locandia College fo Science and Technology I no record no record Page 23 of 67

25 Table 3. Continued Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Central Luzon College of Science and Technology-Olongapo III Central Luzon Doctor's Hospital Educational Institution III , , Central Philippine Adventist College VI Central Philippine University VI , Centro Escolar University-Malolos III Centro Escolar University-Manila NCR Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing & Liberal Arts NCR Christ the King of Calabayog VIII no record no record City College of Tagaytay IV-A no record no record City College of Urdaneta (Urdaneta Community College) I , , Colegio De Dagupan (Computronix College) I no record no record Colegio De Kidapawan (North Cotabato Institute of Technology) XII Colegio De San Agustin-Bacolod City VI Colegio De San Lorenzo ruiz De Manila, Inc. VIII Colegio De Sta. Lourdes of Leyte Foundation, Inc. VIII no record no record College of St.John Roxas VI no record no record College of the Immaculate Conception-Cabanatuan III Columban College-Olongapo City III no record no record Concordia College NCR Cordillera Career Development College CAR Cotabato Medical Foundation College XII Davao Doctors College XI no record no record 1, , Davao Medical School Foundation XI no record no record De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Health Science Campus IV-A De Los Santos-Sti College, Inc-(Delos Santos) NCR no record no record 1, , De Ocampo Memorial Colleges NCR , Dee Hwa Liong College Foundation III Dipolog Medical Center College Foundation, Inc. IX , Divine Mercy College Foundation, Inc NCR no record no record Divine Word College of Bangued CAR Divine World College of Laoag I no record no record Dmmc Institute of Health and Sciences,Inc. IV-A no record no record Doctors Clinic & Hospital School Foundation, Inc. XII Dominican College of Santa Rosa IV-A no record no record Dominican College-Manila NCR Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College-Q. C. NCR , , Dr. Domingo B. Tamondong Memorial School Inc.-School of Midwifery XII Dr. Gloria D. Lacson Colleges III Dr. P. Ocampo Colleges XII Dr. Yanga's Francisco Balagtas College III Easter College Inc. CAR no record no record Eastern Visayas Central College VIII no record no record Ecumenical Christian College III no record no record Emilio Aguinaldo College-Dasmariñas IV-A Emilio Aguinaldo College-Manila NCR , , Escuela De Nuestra Señora De La Salette I Far Eastern University-Manila NCR , , Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation NCR Father Saturnino Urios University (Urios College) CARAGA Fatima Medical Science Foundation, Inc.-Quezon City NCR Page 24 of 67

26 Table 3. Continued Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Examinees Passing Fatima Medical Science Foundation, Inc.-Valenzuela NCR Felipe R. Verallo Memorial Foundation VII no record no record Fellowship Baptist Colleges VI no record no record Fernandes College of Arts and Technology III no record no record Filamer Christian College VI , First Asia Institute of Technology & Humanities IV-A Florencio L. Vargas Colleg- Toguegarao II no record no record Gensantos Foundation, Inc XII no record no record Global City Innovative College NCR Golden Gate Colleges IV-A Golden West Colleges I Gordon College (Olongapo City College) III Holy Angel University III no record no record Holy Child College of Butuan CARAGA no record no record Holy Infant College VIII no record no record Holy Name University (Divine Word-Tagbilaran) VII , Holy trinity College of Puerto Princesa IV-B Icct Colleges Foundation, Inc(Inst.of Creative Compt tech Inc.) IV-A no record no record Iligan Medical Center College, Inc. X Iloilo Doctors' College VI , , Immaculate Conception College-Albay V Isabela State University-Ilagan II Isabelo B. Calingasan Memorial Institute IV-A J. P. Sioson Colleges, Inc. NCR John Paul II College XI no record no record Jose C. Feliciano School of Sciece and Technology III no record no record Jose Rizal University (JRC) NCR no record no record Kester Grand College Philippines,Inc NCR no record no record La Consolacion College-Manila NCR La Union College College of Nursing, Arts and Sciences I no record no record Laguna College IV-A Laguna Northwestern College IV-A Lanao School of Science & Technology X Larmen De Guia Memorial College VII no record no record Las Piñas College NCR Liceo De Cagayan University XI no record no record 1, , Lipa City Colleges IV-A Lorma College I , , Lourdes College X Luna-Goco Medical Center & Colleges IV-B Lyceum Northwestern I , , Lyceum of Aparri II Lyceum of Batangas IV-A , , Lyceum of Iligan Foundation X Lyceum of Northern Luzon I Lyceum of the Philippines-Manila NCR no record no record Lyceum-St. Cabrini College of Allied Medicine, Inc. IV-A M. V. Gallego Foundation Colleges III Mabini College V Mahardika Institute of Technology ARMM Page 25 of 67

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