Friday, May 22, 2020

CHED Scholarship 2020 Online Application, Requirements, Guide

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) will accept scholarship program applications for Academic Year 2020-2021 starting March 2020 to May 2020, per CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 08 Series of 2019 entitled "Policies and Guidelines for CHED Scholarship Programs (CSPs)". The CMO is an amendment to CMO No. 13 series of 2014, the Revised Guidelines for the Implementation of the Student Assistance Programs (StuFAPs) which took effect on Academic Year 2014-2015.

Update May 21, 2020: CHED Chairman Prospero de Vera said that they will not grant new merit scholarships for this year after the government re-aligned portion of its budgets to fund its combat against the coronavirus pandemic. Likewise, the current budget can only cover existing scholars. To quote from his statements at a senate hearing,

"We are giving out a notice that we will not be able to give merit scholarship for this school year,"

"Ang mapopondohan namin doon sa natitirang pera ay iyong continuing lang kasi kung tatanggap kami ng bago tapos hindi mabibigyan 'yong continuing, mas kawawa sila."

There were 2,467 supposed slots for the 2020 CHED Scholarship.

CSPs aim to provide assistance to deserving and financially-incapable students preferably the Underprivileged and Homeless Citizens under Republic Act No. 7279, Persons with Disability (PWDs) under RA No. 7277 as amended, solo parents and/or their dependents under RA 8972, Senior Citizens under RA 9994 and Indigenous People under RA 8371 in finishing their tertiary studies.

Online Application for 2020 CHED Scholarship is available for CHED regional offices. No need to go to CHED Regional offices. Just fill out the online form and follow the suceeding instructions.

2020 CHED SCHOLARSHIP SCHEDULE OF FILING

START DEADLINE
March 1, 2020 May 31, 2020

CHED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS 2020
A qualified applicant may be awarded Full Scholarship or Half Scholarship under the State Scholarship Program (SSP) and Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA). The availment of the type of scholarship is determined through ranking system and availability of slots.

QUALIFICATIONS/ ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR CHED SCHOLARSHIP 2020
  • Must be a Filipino citizen;
  • Must be a graduating high school/high school graduate with General Weighted Average (GWA) of at least 90% or its equivalent computed as follows:
    • If completed Grade 11 + 1st semester of grade 12 then grade is computed as  ((Average GWA of Grade 11)) + GWA of grade 12)/3)*70%
    • If completed Grade 12 then grade is computed as GWA*70%
  • Must have a combined annual gross income of parents/guardian not to exceed Php 400,000.00. (in cases where income exceeds Php 400,000.00, an applicant must present a written certification or medical findings of illness of a family member, or school certifications of two or more dependents enrolled in college);
  • The students applicants belonging to the special group of persons such as the Underprivileged and Homeless Citizens under Republic Act No. 7279, Persons with Disability (PWDs) under RA No. 7277 as amended, solo parents and/or their dependents under RA 8972, Senior Citizens under RA 9994 and Indigenous People under RA 8371 shall submit certifications and/or Identification Cards (IDs) issued by the appropriate offices or agencies.
CHED SCHOLARSHIP 2020 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

The package of financial assistance to scholars covered the tuition and other school fees (TOSF) plus stipend which shall be released directly to scholars or through Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) per semester of a given academic year until the completion of the degree program.  Here is the financial coverage for CHED 2020 scholars:

A. Private HEIs

PROGRAM (PESFA) PERIOD TOSF STIPEND TOTAL
Full Scholarship Annual 20,000 40,000 60,000
Full Scholarship Semestral 10,000 20,000 30,000
Half Scholarship Annual 10,000 20,000 30,000
Half Scholarship Semestral 5,000 10,000 15,000
B. State Universities and Colleges (SUCs)/ Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs)

PROGRAM (SSP) PERIOD TOSF STIPEND TOTAL
Full Scholarship Annual FREE 40,000 40,000
Full Scholarship Semestral FREE 20,000 20,000
Half Scholarship Annual FREE 20,000 20,000
Half Scholarship Semestral FREE 10,000 10,000

For participating HEIs with trimester or quarter system, the total amount of financial assistance stated in the tables above shall be distributed proportionately depending on the type of scholarship availed.

The CMO clarified that the amount of TOSF in the table above is based on the estimated average tuition fees in SUCs, while the amount of stipend is based on inflation rate, to be at par with the current development of financial assistance to ensure affordability of quality educational materials and offsent students' expenses.

WHAT ARE THE APPLICATION (DOCUMENTARY) REQUIREMENTS?

CHED Scholarship applicants must secure the following:

1. CITIZENSHIP REQUIREMENT
  • Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate
2. ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
  • High school report card for incoming freshmen students eligible for college
  • Duly certified true copy of grades for Grade 11 and 1st semester of Grade 12 for graduating high school students
3. FINANCIAL/INCOME REQUIREMENTS

Student applicants must also submit any of the following financial documents.
  • Latest Income Tax  Return (ITR) of parents or guardian
  • Certificate of Tax Exemption from the Bureau of the Internal Revenue (BIR)
  • Certificate of Indigence either from Barangay or Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
  • Case study report from DSWD
  • Latest copy of contract or proof of income may be considered for children of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and seafarers
2020 CHED SCHOLARSHIP ONLINE APPLICATION

Interested CHED Scholarship applicants may follow the online application forms from each CHED Regional Offices as outlined below.
HOW TO APPLY FOR CHED SCHOLARSHIP 2020?
  • Download the 2020 CHED scholarship application form in pdf format.
  • Submit the accomplished CHED scholarship application form together with the required supported documents directly to the CHED Regional Office where the schools that they graduated from are based.
  • If the application is filed online, the form together with the supporting documents shall be electronically submitted to the CHED Regional Office (CHEDRO) concerned (in PDF format), subject to further verification against the original documents if necessary.
  • Accomplished application form together with supporting documents may also be submitted through courier.
DO I HAVE TO TAKE AND PASS AN EXAM TO BE A CHED SCHOLAR?
  • No. There are no entrance exams for CHED scholarship. Just submit all the required documents.
SELECTION CRITERIA FOR CHED SCHOLARSHIP RANKING

The ranking system will be used by the CHEDROs in selecting the most qualified applicants based on the requirements. The ranking will be made according to the following percentage distribution.

CRITERIA PERCENTAGE
Academic Performance 70%
Annual Gross Income 30%
Total 100%

Award of full or half-scholarship will be given to qualified students based on the results of the ranking system and the distribution of slots per region for a given academic year.

The equivalent points assigned in the image below are to provide standard reference in the ranking of applicants. The equivalent grades for ALS and PEPT passer is 80% with 70 points.



Additional five (5) points in the total score are given to applicants belonging to the special group of persons such as Underprivileged and Homeless Citizens under Republic Act No. 7279, Persons with Disability (PWDs) under RA No. 7277 as amended, solo parents and/or their dependents under RA 8972, Senior Citizens under RA 9994 and Indigenous People under RA 8371, after complying with all set-forth requirements.

NOTICE OF AWARD (NOA)

After submission of documents, CHEDRO will then evaluate the applications and ranks the qualified applicants according to criteria. CHEDRO will then send the NOA to the applicant or notify the list of awardees through HEIs. The applicant then sign the NOA and send back to the concerned CHEDRO through hard copy or electronic form within thirty (30) days after the receipt of NOA.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF A CHED SCHOLAR

Once selected, a 2020 CHED scholar has the following responsibilities:
  • Enroll in a recognized priority programs of Private Higher Educational Institutions (PHEIs) or SUCs/LUCs with Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC).
  • Maintain a GWA of at least 85% or its equivalent for full scholars and 80% or its equivalent for half scholars.
  • Carry a regular load per semester/term as determined by HEIs.
  • Complete the degree program within the time frame required in the curriculum, in case of approved deferment.
  • Secure written approval of the concerned CHEDRO in case of transfer to another HEI, in case of shift to other recognized or authorized priority programs.
NON-DUPLICATION OF SCHOLARSHIP

CHED adopts the non-duplication of financial benefits under its CSPs. Below students who are existing beneficiaries of their respective scholarship programs are not qualified to apply.

  • CHED Expanded Student Grants-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation who are enjoying a free TOSF privilege under RA 10931 and receiving yearly stipend under the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES),
  • Students enrolled in PHEIs in cities and municipalities with no existing SUCs/ LUCs but receiving both tuition and stipend allowance,
  • Students considered as poor based on the National Household Targeting System or the Listahanan 2.0 who are either enrolled in PHEIs or SUCs/ LUCs and receiving tuition and stipend benefits or recipients of free TOSF privilege with stipends respectively,
  • Students who are poor but are part of Listahanan 2.0 ranked according to estimated per capita income based on submitted documentation of proof of income enrolled in PHEIs or SUCs/ LUCs and also receiving tuition and stipend benefits or recipients of free TOSF privilege with stipend.
CONTACT CHED

Should you need further clarifications, you may reach CHED at below contact details
  • CHED Regional Offices - https://ched.gov.ph/regional-offices/
  • Office of Student Development and Services at 3/F HEDC Building, CP Garcia Avenue, Quezon City with Tel No.: (02) 988-0001 and E-mail: oss@ched.gov.ph.
  • You may also email them at info@ched.gov.ph or call at (02) 441-1260.
Here is the CMO No. 08 series of 2019, from CHED official website.



To receive regular updates on CHED scholarship AY 2020-2021, among other important announcements, we recommend to visit CHED official website or follow us at our social media pages via Facebook and Twitter or join the members discussions at our Facebook Group.

DISCLAIMER

All news, results and announcements at this website are posted for general information and dissemination only. We do not make any warranty on the reliability, completeness and accuracy of this information. Any action you take upon the information at this website is strictly at your own risk and we are not liable for the losses and damages in connection with the use of our website. For inquiries, clarifications, questions on the accuracy, veracity on content of the information and announcements posted, you may directly visit CHED official website and follow them at their official fan pages.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

POSTPONED: July 2020 Psychometrician, Psychology (BLEPP), RadTech, Master Plumber Board Exams

Manila, Philippines - The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) has postponed the board exams scheduled on July 2020 due to extended community quarantines. These include the Board Licensure Exams for Psychologists and Psychometricians (BLEPP), Radiologic Technologist and X-Ray Techs, Master Plumbers, Landscape Architects and Real Estate Brokers. Here is the list of board exams postponed for July 2020.
  • Landscape Architect - July 1 & 2, 2020
  • Psychologists - July 5 & 6, 2020
  • Psychometricians - July 5 & 6, 2020
  • Master Plumbers - July 11 & 12, 2020
  • Radiologic Technologists - July 26 & 27, 2020
  • X-Ray Technologists - July 26 & 27, 2020
  • Real Estate Brokers - July 31, 2020
PRC has postponed and re-scheduled all board exams originally scheduled on March 2020 to June 2020.

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When is the new/rescheduled dates of postponed board exams for July 2020? This information will also be fed to the public as soon as PRC issued an official announcement.

On March 10, 2020, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) has already postponed the conduct of the Civil Service Exam (CSE) scheduled on March 15, 2020 following the proclamation of the President.

EXTENSION OF FILING

Will there be an extension of filing of application for July 2020 board exams? On the postponed board exams from March 2020 to June 2020, PRC has extended/re-scheduled the date of applications. It is likely for all board exams mentioned above.

PRC PUBLIC ADVISORY

On February 24, 2020, PRC has issued a public advisory on Coronavirus Disease 2019. To quote,

"In support of the Department of Health (DOH) initiative to closely monitor the possible entry and local transmission of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the country, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) is currently implementing precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among its personnel and clientele"

"Before the entry to PRC premises, all guests shall be required to fill-out the Client Travel/ Medical History Checklist and body temperature check shall be conducted as a mandatory procedure."



UPDATES

To receive fast and reliable news and announcements regarding the status of PRC board exams for July 2020, we advise our readers to visit PRC official website or follow us at our social media accounts via Facebook and Twitter.

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Online Application Form, PDF Download: CHED Scholarship 2020

CHED has announced the schedule of application of scholarship programs for the year 2020. As per recently released CMO, applications will start from March 2020 up to May 2020. The online application and .pdf format of the application form for Commission on Higher Education (CHED) scholarship 2020 are available at this website for everyone's consumption. Before downloading and filling out the form, interested applicants may check the documentary requirements and basic qualifications for the scholarship program.

CHED SCHOLARSHIP 2020 RELATED ARTICLES
GUIDE IN FILLING OUT THE CHED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (CSP) APPLICATION FORM
  • Put a check mark on the attached documentary requirements (high school report card or duly certified true copy of grades for Grade 11 or 1st semester of Grade 12 for graduating high school students.
  • Put a check mark on the attached income requirements, any of the following (latest Income Tax Return/ ITR of parents or guardian, Certificate of Tax Exemption from Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), Certificate of Indigency from your Barangay, Certificate/ Case Study from DSWD or latest copy of contract or proof of income for children of Overseas Filipino Workers/ OFWs and seafarers.
  • Fill out the personal information including the following:
    • Last Name, First Name, Middle Name or Maiden Name (for married women)
    • Date and Place of Birth
    • Sex, Civil Status and Citizenship
    • Contact details: Mobile Number, Email Address
    • School sector, highest education attained, name of last school attended including its address
    • Present/ Permanent Address, Zip Code
    • Type of disability (if applicable)
  • Fill out the family background
    • Name of the parents (check if alive or deceased)
    • Contact details: Mobile Number
    • Occupation, employer and their address
    • Highest educational attainment of parents
    • Taxable income of parents
  • State the name of school intended to enroll including its address and whether it is public or private. Also write the degree program to take (e.g, Marine Engineering)
  • If there's another existing scholarship (e.g., academic or city scholarship), kindly specify.
  • Sign the document (over printed name) and the write the date when filled out.
Full and half CHED scholarship is open for senior high school graduating students/highschool graduates especially those in the group of applicants belonging to the Underprivileged and Homeless Citizens under Republic Act No. 7279, Persons with Disability (PWDs) under RA No. 7277 as amended, solo parents and/or their dependents under RA 8972, Senior Citizens under 9994 and Indigenous People under RA 8371.

Download the pdf application form here.

2020 CHED SCHOLARSHIP ONLINE APPLICATION

Interested CHED Scholarship applicants may follow the online application forms from each CHED Regional Offices as outlined below.


UPDATES

To receive regular updates on CHED scholarship, among other important announcements, we recommend to visit CHED official website or follow us at our social media pages via Facebook and Twitter or join the members discussions at our Facebook Group.

CPD Units for Frontliners and Responders: How to Avail?

MANILA, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) through Resolution No. 1239 series of 2020 will grant Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Units for PRC registered Professionals particularly the frontliners and responders in helping the country in combating the coronavirus disease/ COVID-19. To quote from the announcement,

In grateful recognition of the valiant efforts of the Filipino professionals particularly frontliners and responders in helping the country in combating the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), PRC shall grant Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit units to all registered professionals who are providing essential services during the State of Public Health Emergency under CPD’s Informal Learning, Professional Work Experience and Self-Directed Learning. 
45 CPD Credit Units (maximum) may be granted to the following:
  • Health and Emergency Frontliners that provided public health services [all employees of the Department of Health (DOH), DOH Hospitals, Hospitals of LGUs and Provincial, City, and Rural Health Units, and Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Centers including those managed by other government agencies (e.g. police and military hospitals/clinics, university medical facilities), uniformed medical personnel], private health workers, such as but not limited to medical professionals, hospital and health facility administrative and maintenance staff, and aides from private health facilities, as well as their service providers, health workers and volunteers of the Philippine Red Cross and the World Health Organization, and the employees of Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), the Philippines Health Insurance Corporation (PHIC), disaster risk reduction management officers, and public safety officers.
  • Researchers and scientists who developed testing kits, professionals who designed/constructed accommodations for suspected, probable and confirmed COVID-19 patients and health care workers, disinfection chambers and adapted medical equipment such as ventilators and aerosol boxes. 
  • Vital Goods and Services Providers who provided health and social services to secure the safety and well-being of persons, such as but not limited to, food, water, medicine, medical devices, public utilities, energy and others as may be determined by the IATF.
25 CPD Credit Units (maximum) may be granted to the following:
  • Volunteer professionals who offered services during this COVID – 19 crisis, including but not limited to, answering queries about COVID-19, online consultation, public health education and other activities directly related to their profession. 
  • Volunteer professionals who responded and participated in Social Responsibility (CSR) programs / projects, whether in their personal capacity or through organizations, who collected, packed and distributed medical supplies and masks or personal protective equipment (PPE) to hospitals/medical facilities, and distributed food to frontliners serving in hospitals/medical facilities and security check points.
HOW TO AVAIL THE CPD UNITS?

Per Resolution, all covered professionals shall submit either a Certification from Institution/Agency/Entity or own Declaration, as proof of the services rendered. 

Professionals can only use this activity for the Professional Identification Card (PIC) renewal by applying the same under Self-Directed Learning (SDL) modality. However for this purpose the prescribed fee is deemed waived. Credit units earned may be used for two (2) consecutive renewal cycles.

Professionals, on the appointed date of the release of PIC, shall proceed to the venue chosen to claim it. Upon presentation of the above stated documents and the other requirements for renewal, their PICs shall be released.

The Self Directed Learning (SDL) applications shall be subject to evaluation by the concerned CPD Council within fifteen (15) working days from receipt. The Council may request for additional supporting documents from the applicant if deemed warranted.

The CPD Councils shall issue their respective advisories to assist and guide the applicants on the award of CPD credit units.

Professionals who opt to apply the said CPD activities for consideration under the Career Progression and Specialization Program, shall submit the learning outcomes thereof to the concerned CPD Council for evaluation and recognition. The CPD Council may consider the learning outcomes derived from professional experiences during the COVID-19 crisis as part of the requirements for the said program.

UPDATES

To receive fast and reliable news and announcements regarding CPD, board exams, among others, we advise our readers to visit PRC official website or follow us at our social media accounts via Facebook and Twitter.

Monday, May 18, 2020

ONLINE APPLICATION: September 2020 LET Teachers Board Exam Schedule

Manila, Philippines - The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced the schedule of online application, as well as requirements for application in September 2020 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) - Elementary and Secondary levels. The board exams for teachers will be held on September 27, 2020  at designated testing locations in Manila and all Regional Offices nationwide.

Below is the detailed schedule for September 2020 LET as per PRC Schedule of Licensure Examination for the Year 2020.

Name of Examination Date/s of Exam Day/s Place Opening of Online Processing Deadline of Filing
Professional Teachers September 27, 2020 Sunday Manila, All Regional Offices; Zamboanga, Bacolod, Rosales, Pangasinan, Laoag and General Santos City June 1, 2020July 29, 2020

Update May 8, 2020: PRC announced the new/re-scheduled dates of all postponed/cancelled board exams from March to June 2020 due to Enhanced Community Quanrantine brought by COVID-19 pandemic.

Likewise, those applicants who already have filed their application for examination and issued the Notice of Admission (NOA) will no longer be required to file a new application.

SEE ALSO: When is the New Date(s) of Cancelled/ Postponed PRC Board Exams on March & April 2020?

Update March, 2020: Pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 922 dated March 8, 2020 declaring a state of public health emergency throughout the country,  and the recommendations of the Department of Health (DOH) and Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease to prohibit mass gatherings, PRC has cancelled board exams scheduled on March and April 2020 including the LET.

Update November 18, 2019: PRC announced that the Regional Office in Tacloban will now be accepting applications for March 2020 LET. Applications will be held on December 4, 2019 to January 29, 2020 at PRC Application Hub, 2nd Floor, Robinson’s North, Abucay, Tacloban City from 8:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M. (Monday to Friday).

Applicants are likewise advised to apply online via https://online1.prc.gov.ph/ or https://online.prc.gov.ph/ before going to the venue. Applicants are also encouraged to pay through UCPB (over-the-counter), Land Bank (i-access), or PayMaya.

SEPTEMBER 2020 LET-RELATED ARTICLES
Applicants are advised to submit their applications through the Online Application System of PRC.

ONLINE APPLICATION PORTAL
For first timers in PRC LET online application, you may also want to read the step-by-step guide.

PRC also reminds applicants to secure all requirements before proceeding to PRC centers for further processing of online applications and also avoid further inconvenience. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS
  • As prescribed by RA No. 7836 as amended by RA 9293, a citizen of the Philippines or an alien whose country has reciprocity with the Philippines can apply.
  • An applicant shall be at least 18 years old
  • The applicant is of good moral character and good moral reputation with moral values, has not been convicted by final judgment by court for an offense involving moral turpitude.
BASIC REQUIREMENTS: FIRST TIMERS
  • Original and Photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Special Order (SO), date of graduation, seal of the school, with scanned picture and remarks “For Board Examination Purposes Only” (CHED recognition and permit to operate for graduates of new schools / programs)
  • Original and Photocopies of Authenticated Birth Certificate (NSO)/ PSA Marriage Contract for female applicants
  • Payment of 900.00 pesos
  • For Secondary Grade: A bachelor's degree in education or its equivalent with a major and minor and the degrees which shall be considered equivalent; must have to take at least 18 units in Professional Education, or a bachelor's degree in arts and sciences with at least ten units in professional education.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: REMOVAL
  • For Teachers in Elementary Grade: BSEED or its equivalent
  • For Teachers in Secondary Grade: A bachelor’s degree in education or its equivalent with a major and minor and the degrees which shall be considered equivalent must have to take at least 18 units in Professional Education, or a bachelor’s degree in arts and sciences with at least ten units in professional education .
  • For Teachers in Pre-school: A bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education (BECED) or its equivalent
  • For Teachers in vocational and two-year technical course: A bachelor’s degree in the field of specialization or its equivalent, with at least 18 units in professional education.
REQUIREMENTS: REPEATER
  • Original and Photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) with Special Order (SO), date of graduation, seal of the school, with scanned picture and remarks “For Board Examination Purposes Only” (Res. 2004-200, s'04) (CHED recognition / permit to operate for graduates of new schools / programs)
  • Original and Photocopies of Authenticated Birth Certificate (NSO)
The requirements and details posted above are based on the table of qualification and documentary requirements to accompany an application to take licensure examination courtesy of the Professional Regulation Commission.

PRC ADVISORY ON THE USE OF CALCULATOR

PRC through the Resolution No. 25 series of 2019 announced the following modifications in the list of allowable non-programmable calculators for LET.
  • Only the examinees in Secondary Level major in Mathematics (under Specialization subject) are allowed to use calculator.
  • The only allowed features of calculator are Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Trigonometric Function, Logarithm and xy.
  • Only one (1) calculator is allowed in examination room.
The resolution shall be applied starting the September 2019 Licensure Exam for Teachers.

PREVIOUS LET

LET September 2019 result are expected to be released by end of November 2019.

In the recent LET conducted last March 2019, 9,659 elementary teachers out of 72,054 examinees (27.28%) and 22,271 secondary teachers out of 85,823 examinees (25.95%) passed. The first two (2) spots in secondary level came from University of Mindanao - Davao City. Honey Gracielle Decosto Baclayo and Joseph Pre Enero, garnering a 93.40% and 92.80% respective ratings. In the elementary category, Stephanie Apple Miguel Pido from Compostela Valley State College - Montevista Branch ranked first having 93.20% rating followed by Emily Balagot Ligue from University of Mindanao - Davao City garnering 93.00%. UP Diliman was the top performing school in the secondary level having 90.77% overall passing rate while University of Southeastern Philippines - Tagum in Elementary level having 85.71%.

On September 2018 LET, 18,409 elementary teachers out of 90,750 examinees (20.29%) and 60,803 secondary teachers out of 126,582 examinees (48.03%) passed. Francis Dave Perez Cabanting from University of Southeastern Philippines in Davao City and Samuel John Estenor Parreño from University of Mindanao - Digos College shared the top spot in LET - Secondary level having 92.80% rating. In the elementary level, Rhea Joy Yes Genson from University of Southeastern Philippines from Davao City and Mariel Cataluña Saladaga from University of Southeastern Philippines - Tagum ranked first having 89.80%. In the list of best performing schools for LET September 2018, University of Santo Tomas ranked first in elementary level having an overall passing rate of 86.78%. In secondary level was University of the Philippines - Diliman having 94.19%.



UPDATES

To receive fast and reliable news and announcements regarding the Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET) for September 2020 online application, we advise our readers to visit PRC official website or follow us at our social media accounts via Facebook and Twitter.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

PUPCET RESULTS 2020 – PUP College Entrance Test List of Passers

Manila, Philippines (PUPCET RESULT 2020, Updated May 16, 2020) – The list of passers and full results of the 2020 PUPCET or the Polytechnic University of the Philippines College Entrance Test are expected to be released by PUP few months after the initial administration of exams. Passing the PUPCET is one of the major admission requirements of PUP. It is an annual exam conducted by PUP to measure the capability of incoming students in the degree they're applying for.

PUPCET for School Year 2020-2021 for four (4) batches were conducted on October 19, 2019, December 14, 2019 and January 25, 2020. Due to Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) brought by COVID-19, the schedule of exams for the fourth batch was cancelled and will be announced later.

PUPCET RESULTS 2020-2021 SUMMARY
  • A-H Passers: PUPCET Results 2020
  • I-Q Passers: PUPCET Results 2020
  • R-Z Passers: PUPCET Results 2020
Update May 15, 2020: 2020 PUPCET Results are out for San Juan City Branch. Examinees are advised to search their names at their results portal by selecting the Branch/Satellite Campus and filling out the First Name, Middle Name and Last Name.

Here's the list of entrance tests conducted by the university as well as the target release of results. The list will be updated as soon as PUP releases the official dates.

Program Term Online Posting of Results Online Confirmation
PUPLHSEE (Laboratory High School) School Year 2020-2021 TBATBA
PUPCET Batch 1 to 4 (Sta. Mesa, Manila) First Semester, Academic Year 2020-2021 TBATBA
PUPCLEE (College of Law) First Semester, Academic Year 2020-2021 TBATBA
PUPOUSEE (Open University System) Summer Term, 2020 TBATBA
PUPGSEE (Graduate School) Summer Term, 2020 TBATBA
PUPGSEE-EDUC (College of Education) Summer Term, 2020 TBATBA
PUPGSEE-CBA (College of Business Administration) Summer Term, 2020 TBATBA
PUPSHS School Year 2020-2021 TBATBA
WHO CAN APPLY FOR PUPCET?

To quote from PUP, here's the list of major qualifications to apply.
  • Grade 12 students expected to graduate at the end of School Year 2019-2020, and those who graduated from K-12 pilot schools who have not enrolled in any technical / diploma / degree program immediately after graduation with GWA of 82% or higher.
  • Passers of the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT), Alternative Learning System Accreditation & Equivalency (ALS) Test or NFEA & E Program following DepEd regulations and therefore certified eligible for admission to college/tertiary level.
HOW TO APPLY FOR PUPCET?

If you think you are qualified, you can apply via PUP iapply, an online portal of PUP for College Admission Test. Just remember to apply only at one (1) PUP branch or campus as results from multiple applications will be nullified. Likewise, PUPCET application is non-transferrable.

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR PUPCET?

Extracted from PUP website, here are the requirements for taking the PUPCET exams,
  • PUPCET 2020 ePermit (downloadable from the PUP Website)
  • Grade 10 and 11 Certified True Copy of Grades/Original Senior High School Card (F138) with school dry seal
  • Notarized certification of non-enrollment for senior high school graduates who have not enrolled in any technical/diploma/degree program immediately after graduation
  • Certificate of Completion for Senior High School
  • Original PSA Birth Certificate
  • Certification of Good Moral issued by the SHS Principal/or Guidance Counselor with school dry seal.
  • Duly authenticated copy of the PEPT/ALS A&E Test Certificate of Rating, certified by the DepEd-NETRC-BALS
  • School ID (for currently enrolled students) or any valid ID with picture (for previous SHS graduates)
UPDATES

To receive up-to-date news on PUPCET results for 2020, we advise our visitors to bookmark this page, visit PUP official website or follow us at our social media pages via Facebook and Twitter.

Thursday, May 14, 2020

ONLINE APPLICATION: September 2020 Physician PLE Board Exam Schedule

Manila, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced the schedule of online application, deadline of filing, as well as requirements for application in September 2020 Medicine or Physician Licensure Examination (PLE). The board exams for aspiring medical doctors will be held on September 2020 at designated testing locations in Manila/NCR, Baguio, Cebu, Davao and Zamboanga.

Update May 8, 2020: PRC announced the new/re-scheduled dates of all postponed/cancelled board exams from March to June 2020 due to Enhanced Community Quanrantine brought by COVID-19 pandemic.

Likewise, those applicants who already have filed their application for examination and issued the Notice of Admission (NOA) will no longer be required to file a new application.

See Also: When is the New Date(s) of Cancelled/ Postponed PRC Board Exams on March & April 2020?

Name of Examination Date/s of Exam Day/s Place Opening of Online Processing Deadline of Filing
PhysiciansSeptember 20, 21 (for March 2020 Examinees)Su, MoNCR, Baguio, Cebu and DavaoJune 3, 2020August 13, 2020
PhysiciansSeptember 13, 14, 20, 21Su, Mo, Su, MoNCR, Baguio, Cebu and DavaoJune 3, 2020August 13, 2020

See Also: How to Pass Licensure Exam? Tips from Board Passers

PHYSICIAN ONLINE APPLICATION 2020

The 2020 medicine/ PLE applicants are likewise advised to apply online via https://online1.prc.gov.ph/ or https://online.prc.gov.ph/ before going to the venue. Applicants are also encouraged to pay through UCPB (over-the-counter), Land Bank (i-access), or PayMaya.

For first timers in PRC PLE online application, you may also want to read the step-by-step guide.

LIST OF REQUIREMENTS

PRC also reminds applicants to secure all requirements before proceeding to PRC centers for further processing of applications and also avoid further inconvenience.
  • NSO / PSA Birth Certificate
  • NSO / PSA Marriage Contract (for married female applicants)
  • Transcript of Records (TOR) with scanned picture and Remarks "For Board Examination Purposes" (first timers and repeaters)
  • *Certificate of Post Graduate Internship
  • *NMAT FOR PRELIM ONLY:
    • TOR & Certificate of having completed the first two (2) years in College of Medicine
    • NMAT
  • After three (3) failures, Certificate of Attendance & copy of grades in subjects taken (FTB)
  • Payment of 900 pesos - complete
The requirements and details posted above are based on the list of documentary requirements to accompany an application to take licensure examination for Doctor of Medicine courtesy of the Professional Regulation Commission.

COVERAGE OF PHYSICIAN BOARD EXAMS

The March 2020 and September 2020 Medicine/ Physician licensure exams covered topics from Biochemistry; Anatomy and Histology; Microbiology and Parasitology; Physiology; Legal Medicine, Ethics and Medical Jurisprudence; Pathology; Pharmacology and Therapeutics; Surgery and Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology and Rhinology; Medicine; Obstetrics and Gynecology; Pediatrics and Nutrition and Preventive Medicine and Public Health.

PREVIOUS PLE

In the recent Medicine licensure exams conducted on September 2019, 4,006 out of 4,716 (84.94%) examinees passed. Federico Adriano Peralta IV from University of Santo Tomas clinched the top spot garnering 90.92% rating followed by Ray Zanoria Perez II from Cebu Institute of Medicine from Cebu Institute of Medicine having 90.33%. In the list of top performing schools, three (3) universities shared the top spot for having 100% passing rate, namely Ateneo de Manila University School of Medicine and Public Health Pasig, Cebu Institute of Medicine and Pamantansan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.

During March 2019 Physician board exam, 1,209 out of 1,579 (76.57%) examinees successfully passed. Jan Bendric Co Borbe from University of Santo Tomas and Clinton Rosita Rabadon from West Visayas State University - La Paz shared the top spot having 89.83% rating. Far Eastern University (FEU) - Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation was the top performing school having 144 out of 147 examinees passed or an overall passing rate of 97.96%.

In the Physician board exams held on September 2018, 3,717 out of 4,542 (81.84%) examinees passed. Kurl Eduvas Jamora from De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute ranked first in the exams garnering a rating of 91.08% followed by Martin Angelo Tan Zanoria from Cebu Institute of Medicine having 90.92% and Roy Christopher Ku Ang from Saint Louis University and Ernest Matthew Provido Paggabao from University of Santo Tomas (UST) having 90.58%. In the top performing medical schools, Cebu Institute of Medicine topped the list having 99.33% followed by UST having 98.71%.

On March 2018 PLE, 1,067 out of 1,601 (66.65%) examinees passed. Jerald Lalaguna Pelayo from University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center ranked first in the exams garnering a rating of 88.17% followed by Jay Ruyeras Orehuela from Southwestern University - Matias H. Aznar Memorial College of Medicine having 88.00%. Far Eastern University - Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation was the lone school in the top performing schools' list having 150 out of 168 examinees passed or 89.29% overall passing rate.

During September 2017 exams, 3,340 out of 4,064 (82.19%) examinees passed. Vincent Edouard Anthony Retardo Gullas from University of Santo Tomas (UST) ranked first in the exams garnering 90.50% rating followed by Jan David Choa Monzon and Robert Carandang Reña, both from De La Salle University - Health Sciences Institute having 90.08%. Cebu Institute of Medicine and Saint Luke's College of Medicine shared the top spot in the list of top performing schools having 100% overall passing rate.



UPDATES

To receive fast and reliable news and announcements regarding the online applications for Physician Licensure Examination/ PLE for September 2020, we advise our readers to visit PRC official website or follow us at our social media accounts via Facebook and Twitter.

ONLINE APPLICATION: December 2020 Pharmacist Board Exam Schedule

Manila, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced the schedule of online application/ registration, as well as requirements for application in December 2020 Pharmacist board exams. The licensure exams for Pharmacist will be held on December 13 & 14, 2020 at designated testing locations in NCR/ Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.

Update May 8, 2020: PRC announced the new/re-scheduled dates of all postponed/cancelled board exams from March to June 2020 due to Enhanced Community Quanrantine brought by COVID-19 pandemic.

Likewise, those applicants who already have filed their application for examination and issued the Notice of Admission (NOA) will no longer be required to file a new application.

See Also: When is the New Date(s) of Cancelled/ Postponed PRC Board Exams on March & April 2020?

Name of Examination Date/s of Exam Day/s Place Opening of Online Processing Deadline of Filing
PharmacistDecember 13 & 14Su, MoNCR, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Tuguegarao and ZamboangaSeptember 14, 2020November 11, 2020

See Also: How to Pass Licensure Exam? Tips from Board Passers

COVID-19/ CORONAVIRUS - ENHANCED COMMUNITY QUARANTINE

Pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 922 dated March 8, 2020 declaring a state of public health emergency throughout the country,  and  the recommendations of the Department of Health (DOH) and Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease to prohibit mass gatherings, PRC has cancelled board exams scheduled on March and April 2020.

Pharmacist is one of the cancelled licensure exams due to Coronavirus pandemic.

Likewise, for appointments set from March 17, 2020 to April 12, 2020, they will be accommodated upon resumption on April 13, 2020.

ONLINE APPLICATION 2020

Applicants are likewise advised to apply online via https://online1.prc.gov.ph/ or https://online.prc.gov.ph/ before going to the venue. Applicants are also encouraged to pay through UCPB (over-the-counter), Land Bank (i-access), or PayMaya.

For first timers in PRC Pharmacist online application, you may also want to read the step-by-step guide.

LIST OF REQUIREMENTS

PRC also reminds applicants to secure all requirements before proceeding to PRC centers for further processing of applications and also avoid further inconvenience.
  • NSO / PSA Birth Certificate
  • NSO / PSA Marriage Contract (for married female applicants)
  • Transcript of Records with scanned picture and Remarks "For Board Examination Purposes" (first timers and repeaters)
  • *Certificate of Internship program duly signed by the dean/program head
  • Good Moral Character Certificate from any of the following:
    • Barangay
    • School of Pharmacy
    • Church
    • Employer
  • Valid NBI Clearance (First Timers & Repeaters)
  • Payment of P900.00 - complete
  • *Daily Time Record (DTR)
  • *After three(3) failures, REFRESHER Course
The requirements and details posted above are based on the list of documentary requirements to accompany an application to take licensure examination for Pharmacist courtesy of the Professional Regulation Commission.

COVERAGE OF PHARMACY BOARD EXAMS

The April 2020 and December 2020 Pharmacist board exam covered the following topics:
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry (20%) which includes Inorganic Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry and Qualitative Pharmaceutical Chemistry;
  • Pharmacognosy (15%) which includes Plant Chemistry and Biochemistry;
  • Practice of Pharmacy (17.5%) which includes Compounding-Dispensing, Clinical/Hospital Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Calculations;
  • Pharmacology-Pharmacokinetics (15%) which includes Toxicology, Incompatibilities and Adverse Drug Reactions;
  • Pharmaceutics (17.5%) which includes Manufacturing Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms, Physical Pharmacy and Jurisprudence and Ethics;
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control (15%) which include Drug Testing with Instrumentation and Microbiology and Public Health
PREVIOUS EXAMS

In the most recent exams held on August 2019, 3,097 out of 4,455 (69.52%) passed. Janelle Samantha Que See from University of the Philippines - Manila ranked first in the exams garnering a rating of 92.58% followed by Van Angelo Ong Sy from Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela having 91.37%. St. Louis University was the top performing school garnering an overall passing rate of 98.80% followed by University of San Carlos having 98.04%.

During March 2019 exams,  2,100 out of 3,234 (64.94%) examinees passed. Julienne Nicole Chua Dela Cruz from University of the Philippines - Manila ranked first in the exams garnering a rating of 92.70% followed by Khlarica Rygine Aquino Furigay from Trinity University of Asia having 92.00%. University of the Philippines - Manila ranked first in the list of top performing pharmacy schools having all of its examinees passed or 100.00% passing rate followed by Saint Louis University having 97.22%.

On August 2018 Pharmacist licensure exams, 2,927 out of 4,230 (69.20%) examinees passed. Louise Tan Theunis from Cebu Doctors; University ranked first in the exams garnering a rating of 91.55% followed by Euriel Jasmin Pakinggan Caparas from Centro Escolar University - Manila having 91.40% and Patrick Joshua Torres Galura from University of Santo Tomas (UST) having 91.35%. In the top performing Pharmacy schools, Saint Louis University ranked first having 98.69% and University of San Carlos having 96.72%.

During March 2018, 1,695 out of 3,039 (55.77%) examinees passed. Ryan Joseph Caballes Tuzon from University of the Philippines (UP) - Manila ranked first in the exams garnering a rating of 92.95% followed by Ma Ysabel Lyra Padilla Brual also from UP Manila having 92.72%. UP Manila was the top performing school having all of its 77 examinees passed or 100% overall passing rate followed by Mariano Marcos State University - Batac having 96.49%.

On August 2017 , 2,784 out of 5,079 (54.81%) examinees successfully passed. Jannylene Rose Tolentino Chua from University of San Carlos ranked first in the exams garnering 91.10% rating followed by Kimberly Tan Lomantas from University of the Immaculate Conception - Davao having 91.05%. Saint Luis University ranked first in the top performing schools' list having 97.27% overall passing rate followed by UST garnering 92.50%.

During March 2017 exams, 2,426 out of 3,732 (65.01%) examinees passed. Rhys Jansen Tiu Pavon and Ser Loisse Rodriguez Mortel, both from UST got the first two spots having 94.73% and 93.70% respective ratings. University of the Philippines - Manila ranked first in the top performing schools' list having all of its 54 examinees passed or 100% overall passing rate.



UPDATES

To receive fast and reliable news and announcements regarding the online applications for Pharmacist licensure exams for December 2020, we advise our readers to visit PRC official website or follow us at our social media accounts via Facebook and Twitter.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

UPCAT Results 2020 – Complete List of Passers

MANILA, Philippines (UPCAT RESULT 2020, Update May 13, 2020) – The University of the Philippines College Admission Test (UPCAT) Results for Academic Year 2020-2021 including the official list of passers and related announcements will be available as soon as the University of the Philippines Office of Admissions releases the results online by May 2020 to April 2020 or 5-6 months after the exams. UPCAT 2020 was administered on October 5 & 6, 2019 at various testing centers around the country.
It is a yearly admission exam conducted by UP for deserving students who wish to study at its seven (7) constituent universities and one (1) autonomous college spread out through fifteen (15) campuses nationwide. To quote,
To maintain its high standard of education and to maximize its limited resources, the University has had to limit slots for freshman admission to each campus and to its various degree programs. 
Moreover, to implement the policy of democratization to make the U.P. studentry more representative of the nation’s population, socio-economic and geographic considerations are factored in the selection of campus qualifiers.
UP has a lot of undergraduate degree programs across their campuses in Baguio, Cebu, Pampanga, Diliman, Iloilo, Los Baños, Manila, Tacloban and Mindanao. While the admission to UP System is very selective with acceptance rate of 15% to 17%, this ensures that they only select the best and brightest freshmen students.

UPCAT covered four (4) sub tests. These consist of Language Proficiency (English and Filipino), Science, Math and Reading Comprehension (English and Filipino).
To qualify for a campus, all UPCAT applicants are ranked based on their UP admission grades, then screened based on their choice of campuses. The top-ranking applicants per campus will qualify based on the campus quota and cut-off grade.
Campus qualifiers are ranked according to different grade predictors of their chosen degree programs and are accepted based on the program quotas. If the qualifier don't make it to your first choice of program, they will be screened again for the second choice using the same process, and so on until the last choice. If still do not make it to the last indicated course choice, passers remains qualified for that campus but must then find a degree program with available slots.
In last year's exams, 140,593 applicants, only 101,134 were eligible. Out of the eligible applicants, 11,821 out of 90,408 were qualified for admission or 13.08% acceptance rate. WHEN IS THE RELEASE OF UPCAT RESULT 2020?

UPCAT results 2020 are expected to be released by March to April 2020. Likewise, UPCAT has shifted to a new way of accessing the results online via https://upcat.up.edu.ph. You will need the same email account that you used in application to view your application results.

Update May 6, 2020: UP announced that the UPCAT 2020 results will be released within the month of May 2020. To quote,
As previously announced, the release of the UPCAT 2020 results has been delayed due to the enhanced community quarantine. The Office of Admissions (https://upcatonline.up.edu.ph/), like all other units and offices in the University of the Philippines, has had to adapt by operating with only a tiny fraction of its workforce to complete the necessary validation procedures and the final computations of results for over 100,000 UPCAT examinees.
We understand your concern about the pending release of UPCAT 2020 results, but rest assured that the Office of Admissions continues to do its utmost despite severe limitations and challenges. The results are targeted for release within the month of May.
Update April 30, 2020: 2020 UPCAT Results are expected to be released very soon.

Update March 28, 2020: In an announcement from UP Office of Admissions, the release of results which was originally scheduled on March 31, 2020 is suspended until further notice. The decision to postpone is due to the reality that the UPCAT applicants will have different levels of access to online results in light of the Enhanced Community Quanrantine as well as the consideration on the welfare of employees working on pre-release validation of UPCAT results.

UPCAT SCHOLARSHIP INFO

As mentioned, UP envisioned to admit the best students and provide increase access to quality education. All UP students are provided partial tuition subsidies by government appropriations, but additionally the University provides possible tuition discounts and/or additional financial assistance for qualified students in the form of monthly subsidies for living expenses. Students may also avail of tuition loans and short-term loans from the Student Loan Board.

UP Oblation Scholarship. This program is awarded to the top 50 UPCAT passers. This benefits the awardees with free tuition, miscellaneous and laboratory fees and monthly incentive. Scholars may enjoy these benefits throughout the length of their students provided that they maintain a certain average grade requirement.

Iskolar ng Bayan Scholarship. This program provides free tuition and other school fees for the first year of college is available for AY 2017-2018 under RA 10648. Below are the eligibility requirements courtesy of UP:
  • Must be a Filipino citizen
  • Must be enrolling for the first time in college and has no credited previous college work
  • Has graduated from any public high school in the country within 2 years prior to SY 2016
  • Provides a certification, duly signed by the School Principal, that s/he belongs to the Top Ten of the graduating class.
Applicants for the Iskolar ng Bayan Scholarship through automatic admission don't have to take the UPCAT if they choose a UP campus that is in their region, but they may still have to submit final grades for 3 high school years preceding graduation in order to satisfy application requirements of the University.



UPDATES

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Monday, May 11, 2020

2019 Bar Exam Results – Complete List of Passers

MANILA, Philippines (2019 BAR EXAM RESULT, Updated April 29) – The Supreme Court (SC) announced the results of the November 2019 Bar Exams online on Wednesday, April 29, 2020. A total of 2,103 out of 7,685 examinees passed the Bar 2019 or an overall passing rate of 27.36%. The Philippine Lawyers' licensure exam results include the list of passers, topnotchers (top 10 examinees) and other relevant announcements.

SEE ALSO: Top 10 Passers – 2019 Philippine Bar Exam Topnotchers

Update April 29, 2020: 2019 Bar exam results are out today! Congratulations in advance to our new lawyers!

FULL LIST: 2019 BAR EXAM PASSERS

List of Successful Examinees in the 2019 Bar Exams
Held on NOVEMBER 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2019
Released on APRIL 29, 2020
Passing Rate: 27.36%
ABABAN, Jade S.
ABAD, Bridget R.
ABAD, Eunice Ann
ABAD, Isaihlene Jyhl E.
ABANGAN, JR., Richard C.
ABAS, Maria Danise Ranchelle
ABAS, Michael Andrew G.
ABATA, Marivir G.
ABATEN, Wilson M.
ABCEDE, Josephus M.
ABDULCALIM, Amira Alyssa G.
ABDULHALIM, Jamela Jahaira M.
ABDULJALIL, Ahmad U.
ABDURAHIM, Hassanal H.
ABELEDA, Marie Eugenie Lourdes B.
ABELLA, JR., Frederick M.
ABENOJA, Nenani Rose S.
ABING, Patrick I.
ABIS, Kim Ranielle E.
ABLAZA, Dreiann B.
ABNASAN, Janine Grace B.
ABOLUCION, Diane M.
ABOT, Leo Francis F.
ABRAHAM, Justin Mikhael B.
ABRAZALDO, Donn Joseph M.
ABRERA, Haydee M.
ABRIGO, Yassen Jo Martin J.
ABRIL, Dennis Aran T.
ABRINA, Joshua L.
ABRINICA, Ronie G.
ABUT, Paula P.
ACABADO, Mark Nico A.
ACCAD, Clarisse B.
ACERDEN, Karyl Trinidad C.
ACLETA, Jessica Samantha D.
ACORDA, Ernesto B.
ACOSTA, Mabelle E.
ACUARIO, Gretch Mary B.
ACUESTA, Sherlyne A.
ACUROS, Mel John E.
ACUSAR, Daniel V.
ADAJAR, Esron Joseph L.
ADTOON, Meve Shyral B.
ADVIENTO, Tristan Juveniño U.
AFAN, Ma. Elizabeth R.
AGAPITO, Joselito
AGBAYANI, Dyrol Cesnan A.
AGCAOILI, Joeshua Kaye Q.
AGCAOILI, Karlyn Mae E.
AGEAS, Henrik T.
AGITO, John Carlo R.
AGOD, Marigold Adarlyne P.
AGOOT, Joy D.
AGRAMON, Wayne Justine D.
AGUILANA, Carlo Nico B.
AGUILAR, Ara Lou Margaret A.
AGUILAR, Charmaine G.
AGUILAR, Chrisel H.
AGUILAR, Joses Niño G.
AGUILAR, Verona D.
AGUILAR, JR., Carmelo R.
AGUILAR-NOCEDA, Cherry Kerr P.
AGUILON, Marie Gene D.
AGUIRRE, Edrese O.
AGUSTIN, Chrissete C.
AGUSTIN, Elreen Pearl A.
AHMED, Jude Fayaz A.
ALAGOS, Hernalie D.
ALARAS, Marichie B.
ALARILLA, Mark Ellison S.
ALBA, Ma. Angela Beatriz P.
ALBA, Mary Anne S.
ALBAO, Myk Gregory L.
ALBARRACIN, Roby Anne L.
ALBAY, Miami Frianz F.
ALBAÑO, Charles Augustine R.
ALBAÑO, Phoebe Charis A.
ALBESO, Odessa P.
ALBESTOR, Saviya Basille O.
ALBRECHT, Reinhard Dietrich A.
ALBURO, Rachel G.
ALBUTRA, Jerbee F.
ALCAYRO, Paul Nikon T.
ALDABA IV, Victorino M.
ALDEZA, Daniel Francis C.
ALEGADO, Glory Jane A.
ALEGRE, Andrea Y.
ALEJANDRINO, Michelle S.
ALEJANDRO, Flora May L.
ALFARO, Maria Aileene A.
ALFARO, Rennette Joy G.
ALFECHE, January M.
ALFILER, Lorah Marie Nhel M.
ALI-ARUMPAC, Jehan A.
ALIH, James Bryan Ibrahim A.
ALIMON, Jose Jireh T.
ALIMPOLOS, Irish Jhade G.
ALINSOD, Joseph R.
ALIUDEN-MUA, Fahleah M.
ALMADEN, Rosalie S.
ALMAREZ, JR., David S.
ALMERINO, John Anthony F.
ALMINAR, James A.
ALMOJUELA, Justine Ria M.
ALO, John Arjie T.
ALONZO, Angelica S.
ALPARAQUE, Earvin Jay I.
ALTOBANO, Myra C.
ALVIARNE, Aprille S.
AMADO, Joselito E.
AMAGO, Jann Claudine M.
AMAGO, JR., Florencio C.
AMANTE, Ana Karmela S.
AMANTE, Kevin Q.
AMBIDA, Jonathan, Jr. C.
AMBOLARIO, Mariphi C.
AMBROSIO, Stephanie L.
AMBULO, Wenzel Kenn D.
AMISTAD-ZOZOBRADO, Michelle C.
AMOR-FORMILLEZA, Flouellen M.
AMPARADO, Margarita C.
AMPARO, Nestle M.
AMPUAN, Kevin John D.
AMUAN, Nicole Marie I.
ANCAJAS, Menchu P.
ANCERO, Van Allen M.
ANCHETA, Eros Freuy B.
ANDALES, Samantha D.
ANDAYA-BORJA, Catherine Mae B.
ANDRES, Inna Camille C.
ANDRES, Jhorolar N.
ANDRES, Mary Grace D.
ANG, Jefferson G.
ANG, Monique B.
ANGAS, Riezyl Reen P.
ANGELES, Sigfred P.
ANGELES II, George S.
ANGELES III, Fernando E.
ANGIT, Christine G.
ANGOT, Ladylou G.
ANIEL, Jeramil C.
ANTALA, Jeff Kevin D.
ANTALAN, Carlo Mayo P.
ANTENOR, Maria Joycelyn M.
ANTIOJO, Kriska R.
ANTONIO, Joseph Mark A.
ANTONIO, Nathalie Hiroko T.
APACIBLE II, Tomas C.
APOSTOL, Jinny M.
APUYAN, Kaye Patrice A.
AQUILIZAN, Zyra Frances P.
AQUINO, Ar-reb B.
AQUINO, Jonina Marie Q.
AQUINO, Leona Isabelle A.
ARABE, Edward Francis M.
ARADO, Jerome T.
ARAGO, Jez Charlemagne
ARANAS, Janine Karla A.
ARAYA, Urie R.
ARBIOL, Christian Adrianne M.
ARBIOL, Kress Ryan P.
ARCE, Aya M.
ARCE-MARCELINO, Arvie Joy O.
ARCEO, Reginald M.
ARCHIVAL, Lorenil A.
ARCILLAS, Klarissa U.
ARENAS, Christine Marie L.
ARENAS, Jackie Lyn M.
ARENAS, Janine Aira D.
ARENGA, Mary Ann U.
ARES, Marie Bernadette P.
AREVALO, Angeline F.
AREÑO, Chiles Megan M.
ARGUELLES, Anvari F.
ARGUEZA, Darwin P.
ARIAS, Earvin Joelet B.
ARID, Hannah Mhae G.
ARIENZA, Ellen Lovea J.
ARIOLA, Louella C.
ARITCHETA, Mycel C.
ARIZ, Jamaica F.
ARNAEZ-LLABAN, Clarisse Joy C.
ARPIA, Kathleen V.
ARPON, Marco O.
ARPON, Seguncencia S.
ARREOLA, Renz Homer S.
ARREZA, Jerame A.
ARUGAY, Lorman T.
ASENSI, Ma. Triscia Giebon D.
ASERON, Xavier Alexen R.
ASIDOY, Cyruz Generey G.
ASPILLA, Lanie Joy M.
ASUNCION, Elias Pacifico L.
ASUNCION-PANTALEON, Farah Lurdez R.
ATAS, Celeste B.
ATIENZA, Lovelyn M.
ATIENZA, Sarah S.
AURE, Mark Lester L.
AURELIO, Mikaela Armina L.
AURELIO, Pristine Amber C.
AURO, Ian Deo A.
AUSTRIA, Cyrelle A.
AUSTRIA, Dan Oliver M.
AVENDAÑO, James Lee N.
AVILA, Anton Luis A.
AVILA, Neil M.
AVILA, Roxanne B.
AVIÑON, Fidelis T.
AYENTO, Paul Sidney D.
AYSON, John D.
AYSON, Paul Jonathan L.
AYUBAN, Violeto D.
AZANZA, Raiya Angela M.
AZARCON, Ronel M.
AZIS, Sittie Najliah A.
AZORES, Mae Diane M.
AÑONUEVO, Jon-jon V.
AÑONUEVO, Paolo Daniel Rolando R.
BAACO, Gellian Grace B.
BABALCON, Gee Colleen D.
BABAO, Anniza M.
BABIANO, Kim Marie R.
BACANI, Alson John S.
BACANI, Cecilia F.
BACANI, Krystle Marie C.
BACATAN, Abundio A.
BACCAY, Marc Aldous C.
BACLEA-AN, Albert B.
BACOSA, Shelly Kate M.
BACTOL, Elijah B.
BACULI-BUDADEN, Cynthia D.
BADULIS, JR., Reynaldo R.
BAES, Kaye F.
BAESA, Marc Edwin S.
BAGA, Noel C.
BAGAOISAN, Jillian Ira L.
BAGUIO, Nichol John B.
BAGUIOEN, Mark Jacob G.
BAIDDIN-LIM, Seraina M.
BAJAMUNDE, Maree Louise Bianca R.
BAJAO, Michael P.
BALAD, Vincent A.
BALAGASAY, Eden Ivy Rose V.
BALAGON, Beverly Anne F.
BALAGOT, John Lester M.
BALANAG, Justine Marie R.
BALANAY, Mae Niagara M.
BALANAY, Rendel Bryan L.
BALANQUIT, Nikki Isabel G.
BALBIN, Veronica Grace S.
BALBIN II, Edgardo M.
BALDERAS, Danika Blin M.
BALDUGO, Michael Justin T.
BALICAS, Whyte Roy S.
BALINGASA, Gerlin Myca S.
BALINGASA, Mary Angeline S.
BALINO, Danica T.
BALISI, Jessica Cassandra Leen C.
BALLARTA, Ian John D.
BALLESTEROS, Theodore S.
BALLON, Anjelyn C.
BALLUNGAY, JR., Nelson C.
BALONDA, James Horace A.
BALUBAL, Kristy Joy B.
BANA, Maria Kristina Jihan C.
BANDAL, Aldrin F.
BANDIOLA, Dawna Fya O.
BANDOLIN, JR., Rudy A.
BANGALAN, Maricon D.
BANGCOLA, Ashyanna Alexine Adia Amira-labi A.
BANTAO, Mohhamad Ali M.
BANTUAS, Alyannah V.
BANZUELA III, Prospero B.
BAQUILOD, Ma. Carmel M.
BARANDA, Myra M.
BARBARONA, Erika Q.
BARCENAS, Benedict Rey B.
BARCENAS-SERGIO, Catherine F.
BARLOLONG, Vanessa G.
BARRANTES, Hannah R.
BARRE, Alyanna Mae A.
BARRIETA, Sheen Joshua B.
BARRINUEVO, Jonas C.
BARRION, Dennis P.
BARRIOS, Janmar
BARRIOS, Ronifelle L.
BARROT, Riorose Mair Q.
BARTOLATA, Hazel Marie A.
BARTOLOME, Jose Rafael A.
BARTOLOME, Rajin Ellis B.
BASADRE, Den Krystian C.
BASALLAJE, Jose Bernard V.
BASAY, Analyn Grace Y.
BASER, Wilson Kyle S.
BASILLA, Jomari Ace V.
BASILONIA, Ma. Bernadette B.
BASUNGIT, Waylan L.
BATAC, Eliza Pauline R.
BATAC, Karlo Gonzalo G.
BATACAN, Maria Ayra Celina S.
BATALLA, Balsy J.
BATALLA-NOCOS, Jinky B.
BATOON, Em Epsan M.
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Update April 28, 2020: Tomorrow is the release of Bar 2019 results!

Update April 23, 2020: SC announced that the 2019 BAR exam results will be released on April 29, 2020 after the En Banc session. To quote,

"The results of the 2019 Bar Examinations will be uploaded in the Supreme Court website on April 29, 2020 after the en banc session."

"In light of the government's call for social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, everyone is advised to stay in their respective homes and check the results online. No visitors shall be allowed to enter the Supreme Court's compound on the said date and the list of bar passers will not be displayed in the premises."

"The Chairperson's message will likewise be uploaded in the website and will no longer be delivered in Supreme Court's premises."

"For those whose names will be included in the list of Bar passers, Congratulations! Kindly wait for further announcements regarding the clearance procedure, oath-taking ceremony and roll-signing."

"Please be advised that all bar candidates who were conditionally admitted to take the 2019 Bar examinations and passed the examinations shall not be allowed to join the oath-taking unless they have submitted the requisite documents within the period previously given to them. The Office of the Bar Confidant (OBC) shall not accept Petitions to Take the Lawyer's Oath until after the roll-signing of those who have submitted their complete documentary requirements. The OBC will issue an announcement once it is ready to accept such petition"

The announcement above was released through an official document signed by the Deputy Clerk of Court and Bar Confidant, Rosita M.R. Nacional and noted by the Senior Associate Justice and 2019 Bar Chairperson, Estela Perlas Bernabe.

Update April 2, 2020: Senior Associate Justice Bernabe released another advisory stating that there is a circulating document online claiming that the 2019 results of bar exams will be released on a certain date. To quote,
There is a spurious document currently circulating in social media and in various electronic messaging platforms stating that the results of the 2019 Bar Examinations will be released on a certain date. 
As Chairperson of the 2019 Bar Examination, I categorically state that the information is false and that the Court en banc is yet to meet to decide on the date of release of the results. The Supreme Court will only release official documents and information relative to the Bar Examinations only through its Public Information Office (PIO). 
Rest assured, this incident is being thoroughly investigated and those found responsible shall be accordingly dealt with. 
Update March 19, 2020: Senior Associate Bernabe released an advisory through SC's official Twitter account saying they haven't made an official announcement yet on the date of release of 2019 Bar Exam Results. To quote,
Contrary to what has been recently reported in the newspaper, the Court has not yet made any official announcement regarding the date of release of the 2019 Bar exam results. The public is requested to await official announcements from the Court. Rest assured, the results will be released at the most appropriate time.
Update November 2019: A total of 8,245 candidates were admitted and expected to take the 2019 Bar exams. After the first Sunday on November 3, the number of candidates who took the test was only 7,699 while on the second Sunday, November 10, it went down again to 7,691.

The Bar exams 2019 were administered by SC headed by Hon. Estela A. Perlas Bernabe, Associate Justice and Chairperson and Atty. Ma. Cristina B. Layusa,  Deputy Clerk and Bar Confidant on four consecutive Sundays of the November 2019 (3, 10, 17 & 24) at University of Santo Tomas (UST), España, Manila.

The 2019 bar exams were given in the course of one (1) month and are the only professional licensure examinations which require the examinees to answer full essay type questions.

BAR 2019 & 2020: VERY REASONABLE EXAMINATION

The chairs of 2019 Bar exam, Associate Justice Bernabe and 2020 Bar exams, Associate Justice Marvic Leonen, assured a very reasonable examination.

In a statement of Chairperson Bernabe during the Legal Education Summit,
The usual wide scope of the Bar examinations allowed too much unpredictability that tended to throw the examinees off balance.
I have earlier intimated, the bar exams should not be made intentionally difficult for extraneous reasons. Institutional measures should be set to ensure that the Bar remains true to its purpose as the licensure exam for the legal profession. It should be a fair test of the candidate’s aptitude and readiness for actual legal practice.
Chairperson Leonen added, to quote,
It will be very reasonable. Any intelligent, coherent justice will want the Bar to simply be a qualifying exam. It is not an exam to find out the most brilliant of lawyers. It is only an exam to add into our ranks those lawyers that deserve to practice.
BAR EXAM 2019 RELEASE OF RESULTS

Update as of April 23, 2020: SC announced that the 2019 Bar exam results will be released on April 29, 2020 (Wednesday), after the En Banc session. Everyone is advised to stay home as nobody will be allowed to enter the Supreme Court's premises pursuant to the government's call to observe social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Official results will be posted online.

As referred to previous years lawyers' licensure exams, Bar exam 2019 results are expected to be released by Supreme Court in more or less five months (April - May 2020) after the exams, unless no further unforeseen circumstances occurred.

Before the official posting of results, SC is conducting a special en banc session to decode the bar exam results. This is the process of opening the sealed envelopes with the names of passers.

The long wait for bar exam results 2019 is due to manual checking performed by the Office of Confidant.

The list of passers will also be posted at SC's official website and will be flashed via widescreen at Supreme Court's front yard. You may also refer to this article as we will also post the names of successful examinees.

The oath-taking of the new lawyers candidates will be announced by SC after the posting of results.

2019 BAR EXAM PASSING PERCENTAGE

To pass the Bar exams, an examinee must have a general average of 75% and with no grade lower than 50% in any of the subjects. While this is the normal case, SC en banc may also make adjustments and lower the passing percentage.

In 2012, passing percentage was lowered to 70% while in the year 2013 and 2014 bar exams, it was likewise lowered to 73%.

BAR 2019 EXAMINATION COVERAGE

The four (4) days bar exams covered the following topics:
  • Political Law including the preliminary provisions and basic concepts, legislative department, executive department, judicial department, constitutional commissions, bill of rights, citizenship, law on public officers, administrative law, election law, local governments, national economy and patrimony, social justice and human rights, education, science, technology, arts, culture and sports, the family, amendments or revisions of the constitution and public international law.
  • Labor Law including general provisions, pre-employment, labor standards, social welfare legislation, labor relations, post employment, management prerogative and jurisdiction and reliefs.
  • Civil Law including the general principles, person & family relations, property, succession, obligations and contracts, sales, lease, partnership, agency, credit transactions, land titles and deeds and torts and damages.
  • Taxation Law comprising of the general principles, national taxation, local taxation and judicial remedies.
  • Mercantile Law comprising the letters of credit and trust receipts, negotiable instruments law, insurance, transportation, corporation law, securities regulation code, banking, intellectual property code, anti-money laundering act, electronic commerce act, data privacy act and financial rehabilitation, insolvency, liquidation and suspension of payments.
  • Criminal Law including the revised penal code - book 1 and 2, special laws including anti-arson law, anti-fencing law, anti-graft and corrupt practices act, anti-hazing act of 2018, anti-hijacking law, anti-photo and video voyeurism act of 2009, anti-plunder act, bouncing checks law, cyber-crime prevention act of 2012, among others.
  • Remedial Law including the general principles, jurisdiction, civil procedure, provisional remedies, special civil actions, special proceedings, criminal procedure, evidence, write of "AMPARO", writ of "HABEAS DATA", and rules of procedure on environmental cases.
  • Legal and Judicial Ethics and Practical Exercises 
BAR 2019 TWO-EXAMINER POLICY

In the notice that the court en banc issued through a resolution dated January 15, 2019, a two-examiner policy shall be implemented to 2019 bar exam. The same policy was already implemented in 2009 bar examinations under Associate Justice Antonio B. Nachura and in 2010 under Associate Justice Conchita Carpio Morales.

The re-adoption of the policy aims to promote operational efficiency in light of the notable increase in the number of admitted candidates in recent years.

In the implementation of the two-examiner-policy, every bar subject will be divided into two (2) parts. Each examiner shall be assigned specific scope from which to formulate his/her questions. During the exams, each Bar examinee shall be given one questionnaire (containing parts 1 & 2) and conjoined booklets, where answers corresponding to each part of the questionnaire shall be written. Each booklet shall contain a card wherein the grades or rating received by the Bar examinee for each part shall be indicated.

After exams, part 1 booklets will be released to the first examiner simultaneous with the release of part 2 booklets to the second examiner for checking. This will expedite the checking as well as ensure the quality of assessment.

2019 BAR EXAM UPDATES

Weeks before the release, the Supreme Court's reliable sources are expected to update the public on the possible release date of 2019 bar exam results, list of passers, topnotchers and relevant announcements.

Just like previous bar exams, PRCBoard.com will update in real-time the results of 2019 bar. Just stand by at this page or at our social media accounts.

PREVIOUS BAR EXAMS

In the most recent Bar exams conducted on November 2018 bar exams chaired by Associate Justice Mariano del Castillo, 1,800 out of 8,155 (22.07%) examinees passed. Sean James B. Borja from Ateneo de Manula University clinched the top spot having 89.31% rating followed by Marcley Augustus Natu-El and Mark Lawrence Badayos, both from University of San Carlos having 87.53% and 85.84% respective rating.

Here is the statistics of Bar exam results from the year 2010 to 2018.

YearNo. of ExamineesNo. of PassersPassing Rate
2018 8,158 1,800 22.07%
2017 6,748 1,724 25.55%
2016 6344 3747 59.06%
2015 6,605 1,731 26.21%
2014 5,984 1,126 18.82%
2013 5,292 1,174 22.18%
2012 5,343 949 17.76%
2011 5,987 1,913 31.95%
2010 4,847 982 20.26%

BAR 2019 HIGH PASSING RATE

Meanwhile, SC spokesperson Brian Keith F. Hosaka said that they are hoping for higher passing rate this year. To quote from his statement prior to exams,
They (justices) are all hoping that many will be able to pass the bar exams because we need more lawyers in the country
BAR EXAM INFORMATION

The Philippine Bar examination is an annual licensure exams conducted by the Supreme Court of the Philippines through the SC's Bar Exam Committee. This is the only licensure exams for professionals that is not regulated by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

2019 Bar exams is the 118th licensure exams for all aspiring lawyers.

Bar exams is dubbed as the hardest exams in all professional exams in the Philippines. From the year 2010 to 2018, only 27% average passing rate was recorded. The difficulty in passing is mostly attributed to the growing volume of Philippine case and statutory laws.

Candidates who have failed three times in the bar exams are not permitted to take again unless they re-enroll and pass the regular fourth-year review classes and attend a pre-bar review course in an approved school.

To receive up-to-date news about November 2019 Bar Exam results, we advise our visitors to bookmark this page, visit SC official website or follow us at our social media pages via Facebook and Twitter.