Cebu grad tops doctors’ exam
Jessa Agua (The Freeman) - February 19, 2015 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines - A graduate from a Cebu university topped this year’s licensure examination for doctors.

Of the 832 takers and 594 passers, Venil Lovely Estella Bolambao from Southwestern University College of Medicine ranked first with an average score of 88.33 percent.

Two other Cebu school graduates also made it to the top ten.  Mark Malalay Ando of Cebu Doctors’ University-College of Medicine (86.83 percent) bagged third place while Rodrigo Go Monleon, Jr., also from CDU (85.75 percent), placed eighth.

Monleon shared the eighth place with University of Sto. Tomas graduate Angela Pauline Patawaran Calimag-Loyola and University of Perpetual Help System Laguna graduate Edward Harry Marfil Vallejera.

The other top ten passers were: Jean Paolo Montoya Delfino from Our Lady of Fatima University Valenzuela (87 percent), second; Maria Rosalie Go De Guzman from Our Lady of Fatima University Valenzuela (86.67 percent), fourth; Lynn Daryl Feliciano Villamater from Emilio Aguinaldo College Manila (86.25 percent), fifth; and Al-Rayyan Abdulmonap Anuddin from Ateneo De Zamboanga (86.17), sixth.

The seventh place went to Alrick Anthony Roxas Gonzalez from University of Sto. Tomas (86 percent), Kezia Lorraine Heyasa Rosario from West Visayas State University La Paz (85.50 percent) bagged the ninth place while Harold Jay Siggaoat Baytec from Far Eastern University- Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (85.42 percent) got the tenth place. — (FREEMAN)

AL-RAYYAN ABDULMONAP ANUDDIN ALRICK ANTHONY ROXAS GONZALEZ ANGELA PAULINE PATAWARAN CALIMAG-LOYOLA AND UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM LAGUNA ATENEO DE ZAMBOANGA CEBU EDWARD HARRY MARFIL VALLEJERA EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE MANILA OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY VALENZUELA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF STO
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