Adamson grad tops exam for chemical engineers
Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) - May 26, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines – A graduate of Adamson University topped the chemical engineer licensure examination, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced on Tuesday.

Lawrence Paul Pamatmat bested 499 other examinees with a score of 85.90 percent.

University of San Carlos graduate Holly Daneille Delica placed second with a score of 84.10 percent.

The PRC said 320 out of the 499 examinees passed the exams held in Manila and Cebu.

University of the Philippines (UP) graduate Ian Lorenzo Gonzaga ranked third with a grade of 83.70 percent.

De La Salle University graduates Cedrick Ong and Jefferson Pan were tied at fourth place with a score of 83.10 percent.

Another De La Salle graduate, Rainier Gomez, captured the fifth spot with a score of 82.90 percent followed in sixth place by University of San Carlos graduate Keane Marc Tapangco with a score of 82.60 percent.

UP graduate Bon Joverick Magbojos placed seventh with a grade of 81.80 percent, followed by another De La Salle graduate Baby Abigail Magante at eighth place with a score of 81.40 percent.

Gerald Aaron Ang, also of De La Salle, placed ninth with a grade of 81.10 percent. Mapua Institute of Technology graduate Kenneth Gonzales placed 10th with a grade of 81 percent.

See complete list of successful examinees here.

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