2,967 pass CPA licensure exam
Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) - May 25, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines – A graduate of a private college in Parañaque led the almost 3,000 examinees who passed the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensure examination, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced yesterday.

The PRC said 2,967 out of 6,925 examinees passed the licensure exam held in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Legazpi.

Universal Colleges of Parañaque graduate Karim Abitago topped the examination with a score of 92.17 percent.

Kim James Manalo, a graduate of Holy Cross of Digos, placed second with a score of 91.83 percent.

University of San Jose graduate Jayvee Faust Anga captured the third spot with a grade of 91.67 percent.

Three graduates of the University of San Carlos took the fourth, fifth and sixth places. Trisha Claire Cabanlit, Ervin Michael Cavalida and Clare Monica Pilapil obtained a score of 91.33, 91.17 and 90.83 percent, respectively.

University of Mindanao graduate Blessy Doylabo, University of Manila graduate Adrianne Paul Fajatin, Eastern Visayas State University graduate Jomar Lumagbas and University of San Jose graduate Elyzzah Kaye Torres are tied at seventh spot with a score of 90.67 percent.

Shenen Mae Goc-Ong, also of University of San Jose, placed eighth with a grade of 90.67 percent.

Sharing the ninth place with a score of 90.17 percent are De La Salle University graduate Patrick Cipriano, University of San Jose graduate Kenny Tabiliran and University of San Carlos graduates Joshua Echivarre and Marc Raphael Ong.

Another University of San Carlos graduate, Sarah Balisacan, ranked 10th with a score of 90 percent.

Registration for the issuance of professional identification cards will be done online from May 26 to 27.

Successful examinees should register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.            

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