MANILA, PHILIPPINES - The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced the official results of November 2017 Chemical Engineer board exams two (2) working days after the last day of exams. These include the official list of passers, top examinees, top performing schools and performance of colleges and universities, oath-taking schedule, registration requirements, among other important announcements.
NOVEMBER 2017 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CHEMENG BOARD EXAM RESULTS SUMMARY
- List of Passers: November 2017 Chemical Engineer (ChemEng) Board Exam Results
- Top 10 Passers: November 2017 Chemical Engineer Board Exam Topnotchers
Shown below is the complete list of schools' performance for Chemical Engineering licensure exam as well as the top performing schools with 50 or more examinees passed and with at least 80% overall passing percentage; as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010, courtesy of PRC.
TOP PERFORMING SCHOOLS: November 2017 Chemical Engineer ChemEng Board Exam
|RANK||SCHOOL||TOTAL NO. OF EXAM.||TOTAL NO. PASSED||PERCENTAGE PASSED|
|1||UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- DILIMAN||81||80||98.77 %|
|2||UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- LOS BAÑOS||61||53||86.89 %|
|3||UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS||121||97||80.17 %|
PREVIOUS SCHOOLS' PERFORMANCE: QUICK SUMMARY
You might also want to check the overview of the schools' performance during the previous licensure examinations of Chemical Engineers.
The tabular presentation of results showing the name of the college(s) or university(s) in the top spot, the total number of board exam takers, number examinees that hurdled the exams and the overall passing rate is summarized right after.
|DATE OF EXAM||NAME OF SCHOOL||NO. OF EXAMINEES||NO. OF PASSERS||PASSING RATE|
|May 2017||De La Salle University - Manila||34||32||94.12%|
|November 2016||University of the Philippines - Diliman||70||67||95.71%|
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