Monday, May 28, 2018

CPA Board Exam Result May 2018 – out in Five (5) Working Days

Manila, Philippines - The May 2018 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensure exam results are released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Board of Accountancy (BoA) on May 28, 2018 or five (5) working days after the last day of board examinations. A total of 2,843 out of 9,830 examinees (28.92%) passed the CPALE held on May 13, 20 & 21, 2018 at designated testing centers nationwide. Complete list of passers arranged in alphabetical order, topnotchers as well as the full results and PRC important reminders are itemized at below summary.



Licensure Examination for CPAs are held twice a year for aspiring Certified Public Accountants.

For May 2018, a total of 28.92% overall passing rate was recorded. 1.53% lower than the most recent CPA exams (October 2017) having 35.13% overall passing rate. Shown below is the statistical table of examinees for CPAs in the last four (4) years.

CPA Exam Date Total No. Examinees Total No. Passers Passing Rate
May 20189,830 2,843 28.92%
October 2017 14,816 4,511 30.45%
May 2017 9,645 3,389 35.13%
October 2016 14,390 5,249 36.48%
May 2016 6,925 2,967 42.84%
October 2015 13,317 5,468 41.06%
May 2015 5,959 2,132 35.78%
October 2014 11,137 4,123 37.02%
July 2014 5,540 1,107 19.98%

Jayson Ong Chan from Saint Paul School of Professional Studies ranked first in the CPA exams garnering 92.50% rating followed by Jomari Jess Sacendoncillo Abellar also from the same school garnering 91.67% rating.

Meanwhile, De La Salle University - Manila ranked first in the list of top performing schools having 90.11% overall passing rate followed by University of San Carlos having 83.72%.


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