PRC Nursing Board Exam Result July 2011
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 37,513 out of 78,135 passed the Nurse Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, La Union, Legazpi, Lucena, Nueva Ecija, Pagadian, Pampanga, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga last July 2011.
The results are now indexed on PRCPassers.com.
The top 10 passers for the PRC Nursing Board Exam Result July 2011 are as follows:
1. JOMEL GARCIA LAPIDES UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 88.40
2. HAZEL CORTES CRISOSTOMO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 87.40
BEVERLY LYNNE YAO ONG UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 87.40
3. IVY GRACE CUADRA LIM FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 87.20
4. AMEERA SARAH NIEBRES BAYLON CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE-NABUA 87.00
KIM CARMELA DEE CO UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 87.00
RALPH JARILLA DE LEON METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 87.00
PATRICIA TEODORO PINTAC CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY 87.00
NADINE CEDEÑO SAMEON UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE 87.00
5. MARY BIANCA DOREEN FERNANDEZ DITCHING UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.80
CHANNIEL PAULINE MIJARES LUCIANO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.80
PATRICK RANIER AGUPITAN LATOZA OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-QC 86.80
RAYMARK DOMINGO SALONGA UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.80
6. MARIA THERESA DACLAN BIDO LOURDES COLLEGE 86.60
PRINCESS SAMANTHA VALENCIA BUBAN UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.60
JOHNEL CARLO CRISTOBAL ESTRELLA FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 86.60
FLORENCE JILL DELA VICTORIA POLINA STI COLLEGE CEBU, INC 86.60
JACOB CABRERA REYES CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE) 86.60
NICOLE MARIE TIGLAO SEVERINO ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION 86.60
MARIA JALYSSA PASCUA TAN UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.60
7. FRANCES MAE TUPAS BAQUILLOS RIVERSIDE COLLEGE 86.40
AMPARO MARIE MEDINA BAYONGAN UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.40
ROSE ANN LABRAGUE CANLAPAN HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY 86.40
DEE ZYRIE ALLI DIVINA FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 86.40
CATHERINE JOYCE DISTOR GO SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 86.40
ANGELA NICOLE RAGO OCIO XAVIER UNIVERSITY 86.40
BIANCA MALILAY VELANDO UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.40
8. ARGEE ABUNDA ALONSABE UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE 86.20
LOWEL ANDREW ANDALES BATOMALAQUE CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE) 86.20
LORA ENRIQUEZ JARABELO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.20
MISHAEL KATE ILAGAN MENDOZA DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-HEALTH SCIENCES INSTITUTE 86.20
JAN JOEL LALIC SIMPAUCO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.20
ALVIN DUKE ROBERTO SY UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.20
CHERRYL JOYCE CABATINGAN TAN VELEZ COLLEGE 86.20
9. RUTH MARIE DELA CRUZ ANDOQUE WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 86.00
PAOLO HOLANDEZ ANDRADE UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
THEA MAE MEDALLA BARONDA VELEZ COLLEGE 86.00
EMMANUEL ARIANNE MENDOZA BASTASA MANILA DOCTORS COLLEGE 86.00
MARIA KATRINA MITRA CAPELLAN UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
EMMANUEL DEMIGILLO DEBUQUE UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
KATHERINE ALEGRE FLORES UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
MARIA REYLAN MAGALLANES GARCIA WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 86.00
DEBBY GRACE TABUGO JARDIOLIN SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-ILOILO 86.00
JOSEPHINE ANN JABLO NECOR FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 86.00
ROYCE JASPER UY ONG UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
ROCHELLE REALINO PERLAS EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE-MANILA 86.00
JANN MARVIN POSADA CATANDUANES STATE COLLEGESVIRAC 86.00
KYLE NICOLE TORRILLA TERUEL WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 86.00
10. SHANE ALEXIS ALLANIGUE ABELLA SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
CHRISTINE CORINTHA DAWAY ALMORA UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
JAN BRIANE FABIE ASTOM SAINT PAUL COLLEGEBANTAY( ST.PAUL-VIGAN) 85.80
JASPER JOSEPH CARAG BALLECER SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
GLORIA ISABEL LABRADOR BALTAZAR UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
MARIA RONALLAINE DE LEON BELLO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
MA AILEEN BIANCA REAL BOSE BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 85.80
JANE FEBE BOOC CABATINGAN CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE) 85.80
DEO ROBERT BODIONGAN CASTRO CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY 85.80
ANGELA VALERIO CORONADO FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
JUDITH PAJIGAL CUADRA HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY (for.DIVINE WORD-TAGBILARAN) 85.80
APRIL LUZ DEL MUNDO CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES 85.80
KHRIS CHAN DY UNIVERSITY OF PANGASINAN 85.80
MEI JOY CASTILLO FLAMIANO OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITYVALENZUELA 85.80
KELCI MAE TAN FRANCIA UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
JAYVIE BACUD GACUTAN MEDICAL COLLEGE OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES 85.80
SARAH AGNES MARY REYES LIM UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
APRIL WINE YOGI SAYAS MANIGBAS LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY-BATANGAS,INC 85.80
EIRENE JOY LOUISE NOVEZA OCAMPO FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
MARY JANE TURNO OCAMPO SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 85.80
IRIS MAE BELGADO RELLES BICOL UNIVERSITY-TABACO 85.80
GEE BLOSSOM BARBA ROBINO SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-ILOILO 85.80
ABILITY-ANN GAYOMA TACAISAN WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 85.80
The members of the Board of Nursing are Carmencita M. Abaquin, Chairman; Leonila A. Faire, Betty F. Merritt, Perla G. Po, Marco Antonio C. Sto.Tomas, Yolanda C. Arugay and Amelia B. Rosales, Members.
The results of examination with respect to six (6) examinees were withheld pending final determination of their liabilities under the rules and regulations governing licensure examination.
Pursuant to Section 16, of Republic Act No. 9173, “all successful candidates in the examination shall be required to take an oath of professional before the Board or any government official authorized to administer oaths prior to entering upon the nursing practice”.
Registration for new nurses shall require the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 1 piece 1” x 1” picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession; and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2011-2014. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.
The dates and venues of all oathtaking for new nurses will be announced later.
Please bookmark this page for easy reference and check in the next several days. The results will be posted here and the search index will be updated with the list of successful examinees.
She was suddenly awake from her sleep. Pitch black surrounded her. Even the moonlight failed to shine through the thick clouds that covered it. She squinted as her vision adjusted to the red digits of her clock on top of her side table. 1:37 A.M., it says.
Nothing unusual, she thought. For the past week, she always finds herself waking up in the middle of the night. She closed her eyes and tried to drift back to sleep.
She opened her eyes and stared at the ceiling though she can’t see anything in particular. She tried focusing on an invisible spot in the middle of the darkness. She needed to clear her mind of anything. It didn’t help.
Silence. Though the night is quiet and calm, it still didn’t invite her to slumber. All she could hear is the series of her breathing and the sounds of the nocturnal insects outside. She decided to reach out for her music player placed beside her digital clock. She put on her headset.
Shuffle play: On.
Repeat tracks: On.
Track after track, she listened to the continuous music playing. Bach, Pachelbel, Vivaldi, and even Brahm’s classics didn’t lull her back to slumber. She turned and flipped for several times to place her in a comfortable position. Comfort was not a guarantee.
She looked at her digital clock again. The time is really running slow, at least for her. She thought of buying a new clock one of these following days. Maybe it’s the one with the problem.
It’s nearly 3 A.M. The witching hour is almost over, she thought. She was never superstitious but maybe a demonic orgy somewhere near the neighborhood is making the negative forces cause sleep disturbances. She laughed and set her crazy idea aside. Sleeplessness is really driving her to the cuckoo’s nest.
She can’t remember if it was from Reader’s Digest or TV which said a person should keep a notepad and a pen at the bedside because creative ideas usually come out at around three in the morning. She stopped recalling the exact source of it but she tried to think. Unluckily, nothing creative popped out from her mind. Lack of sleep is killing her brain cells and besides, she doesn’t have any paper or pen around in her bedroom.
Random thoughts entered her mind like what outfit will she wear later this morning or what will she have for breakfast. Thinking about breakfast reminded her that her refrigerator is nearly empty. She had been so preoccupied these last few weeks that she forgot about her household responsibilities. “Gosh!” she uttered as she remembered that some of her bills are days overdue. She’ll work on them later this day.
With the various thoughts and memories running through her faculty of thoughts, she came down to the real cause of this sleeplessness—HIM. She tried forgetting about him. She tried damn hard to suppress her feelings. She wished for all of these hurting to end. She wanted to be happy again, to be normal and live as if nothing of these had ever happened. But it just kept on crawling back to her like a disease.
Flashbacks ran through her head. She remembered how they met. It was at their common friend’s wedding. They were introduced then became friends. From friendship, everything went out of hand. She felt a strong emotion for him and she thought he also felt the same. But instead, he left her. She felt alone. Hurt. Used. Damaged.
She thought of the way he kissed her, the way he touched her. She also remembered the way she reacted to them. Her heart thumped against her ribs. A surge of unexplained emotions flooded her. She will never forget that time. She will always remember it. How he hurt her before he left.
Remembering the past, streams of tears ran from her eyes. She wept quietly. As quiet as the sleeping night.
Where can he be right now? Is he with someone else? Kissing and touching her like he did to me?
She knew her answers won’t be answered. And maybe even if they’re answered, it will not matter anymore.
She started sobbing. She hugged herself because she knew that no one will do that for her. She shed her tears as her body trembled as if she was cold. Cold and alone.
Her sobbing and weeping stopped. Again, there was silence. It was the only moment she realized that there were no more sound coming from her music player. The battery died. She wished she was just like her music player—quiet and resting.
The first light of the day that penetrated her windows snapped her back from her now blank thoughts. She already knew that her eye bags are puffed alongside the dark circles that have been around her eyes for the past days.
She wished she had just taken the sleeping pills prescribed to her. It was given to her a week before but she was in denial of the problem she has. She didn’t need any help from pills. She can move on on her own. But this time, she was just tired and deprived. It might help her.
Absentmindedly, she walked to her bathroom. She stared at her frail-looking reflection. She opened her faucet, washed her face with cold water, and pat it dry with her sweatshirt’s sleeve.
She went back to her room and sat before her dressing table and vanity mirror. She loved putting make-up. She dabbed the concealer applicator under her eyes to hide the dark circles around it. She brushed some pink blush on her cheeks and applied lipstick. She stared back at her reflection and felt satisfied on her work. She doesn’t look pale anymore.
She walked back to her bed, opened the drawer of her bedside table and got hold of the bottle of sleeping tablets. She poured at least 15 or 20 on her palm. She popped them into her mouth by threes. She chewed before swallowing them before lying on her back. She didn’t care if she’ll ever wake up again or not. All she wanted to do is get some sleep, to get away from reality.
Being awake means facing the painful reality. She wants to drift away from it.
She placed the pillow under her head and covered herself with the duvet. She closed her eyes as she waited for the drugs to kick in. She just wished she was Sleeping Beauty. Unaware of the ugly vines growing. Unaware of the ugly things happening around her. Just sleeping on her bed so peacefully. Only, she wanted her ending to be different. She does not want a Prince Charming to kiss her back to life. She doesn’t to be touched at all. She didn’t anyone to touch her body like the way he used and hurt her. Like the way he raped her.
Dear Little Monsters,
I’ve written this letter to tell you all that Mother Monster Manifesto has released her video for her Born This Way track “Yoü and I.” I never expected it to be grotesque since the song itself is quite romantic. But despite my misconception, I still found the video entertaining. The setting was somewhere in Nebraska, with cornfields and a barn.
I was also excited to see her outfits but as I watched the video, I thought all of them were familiar. So I tried going through the Lady Gaga Chronicles anywhere in the web and found out I was right. The clothes and the looks were the same and so close to her previous appearances in her earlier music videos, photo-shoots, and concerts. So no claiming that she was copying other artists’ dresses, just herself.
She also presented her other alter egos in this MV. There was Jo Calderone sitting on the piano, Yuyi the Mermaid, and I don’t know about the others. She was also a female Frankenstein, a bionic, and a bride in the video. There were also sexual references on it.
I think my letter ends until here. You can just see the “Yoü and I” music video for yourselves and let me know what you think.
P.S. The cool Nebraska guy is Taylor Kinney whom you might remember as the scorching hot werewolf, Mason Lockwood, from Vampire Diaries Season 2. Too bad they killed his character.
Ken Jeong is just so funny. Seeing him here reminds me that I haven’t watched The Hangover II and Transformers: Dark of the Moon yet. He may look silly in movies but mind you, he is a real-life doctor.
I thought I was over the boyish Marlon but he always proves me wrong. He is on the top list of Client Magazine’s “100 Faces Of 2011″.
If you are as curious as me about the other faces who have made to the list, visit Client Magazine’s site to know how to avail of the book.
Once upon a time (August 2010 to be precise), Vogue Hommes Japan featured a boy with Italian descent. His name was Jo Calderone from Palermo, Sicily. He claimed that he had been working as a mechanic in his dad’s shop since he was a kid and Vogue was his first photo shoot ever. A simple guy who is a first timer in modeling rarely ends up in an international magazine cover so easily. But as it turned out, Jo Calderone is a no average Joe. He turns out to be Lady Gaga—a SUPERSTAR.
Again this August, Lady Gaga wore her Jo Calderone persona for her cover art in her Born this Way single You and I. With cigarette staged in her mouth and androgynous looks, Lady Gaga was photographed by Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin. She was styled by Nicola Formichetti in Dior Homme with hair by Frederic Aspiras, makeup by Val Garland and art direction by Stephen Gan.
Watch the “You and I” music video HERE
yeah..hope she chooses me
Last Sunday was the only time I have again heard of Corinne Bailey Rae’s “Put Your Records On” through YouTube after some months. So I’ve been suffering from LSS of this song until now but I really didn’t know the whole of the lyrics, just the “Girl put your record on/ Tell me your favorite song..” part.
Then there was this part when I thought it was “pretty for pretty’s sake” and I wondered – is there such thing or phrase as “pretty for pretty’s sake” ? So I’ve searched it’s lyrics only to find out that it was “pity for pity’s sake!”
I’ve done another searching and found out that there was really a “pretty for pretty’s sake” phrase. And so again, it’s not only the song that keeps popping out of my head but also “PRETTY FOR PRETTY’S SAKE.”
Make-up is a permanent fixture in every girl’s (or gay’s in my case) repertoire. I never really go out to the world without a touch of make-up on my face. A little stroke of eye shadow or mascara would do. But the love for a made-up face should not last long for a day. There will always be a time when your face should be nude. But the problem is some make-up; especially the dark hued and glittery eye shadows and eyeliners don’t come off that easily. Much more problem if your soap isn’t enough to strip the colors off your face and your commercial make-up remover is already running out.
Well, that happens to me all the time but I am just glad that I was able to find this box with cards of home beauty tips I’ve bought years ago. I never really thought I could use this card which has “make-up remover” written on it as I was not that person who used make-up then. But since I’ve been civilized and have been taught to use make-up, it became handy.
The card says that you need: 1 tbsp. full cream milk, small bowl. Few drops of sweet almond oil, cotton
- Pour milk into a bowl. Add almond oil.
- Soak cotton into mixture and pat on your face.
- Use another piece of cotton to remove the mixture. Rinse off thoroughly so as not to have bacterial residue.
Sweet almond oil is quite pricey and it’s rare to see them in grocery stores so I substituted extra virgin olive oil. Vegetable oil would also do.