Manila, Philippines – The December 2017 Criminologist Licensure Examination or CLE results are released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Board of Criminology on January 12, 2018 or twenty one (21) working days after the last day of exams. A total of 13,025 out of 36,516 (35.67%) examinees passed the board exams held on December 8-10, 2017 at designated testing centers nationwide.
Complete list of passers arranged in alphabetical order as well as the full results and PRC important reminders are itemized at below summary.
DECEMBER 2017 CRIMINOLOGIST CLE BOARD EXAM RESULTS SUMMARY
- LIST OF PASSERS: A-H | I-Q | R-Z
- Top 10 Passers: December 2017 Criminology CLE Board Exam Topnotchers
- Top Performing Schools and Performance of Schools: December 2017 Criminology Board Exam Results
- Verification of Rating: December 2017 Criminologist CLE Board Exam Results
- Main Page: December 2017 Criminologist CLE Board Exam Results
STATISTICS – CLE RESULTS
Criminology Licensure Examinations are held twice a year for aspiring law enforcers.
A total of 35.67% overall passing rate was recorded for December 2017 CLE. 10.68% higher than the most recent Criminology board exam (June 2017) having 24.99% overall passing rate. Shown below is the table of CLE examinees, total number of passers and overall passing rate in the last seven (7) years, courtesy of PRC.
|CLE Exam Date||Total No. Examinees||Total No. Passers||Passing Rate|
TOP PERFORMING SCHOOL/ TOP EXAMINEES
John Denvert Rule Sanoria from Davao Central College ranked first in the exams garnering an average 89.50% rating followed by Kimberly Baraquia Claveria from Sultan Kudarat State University – Tacurong having 89.20%.
In the top performing school category, Tarlac State University ranked first having 55 out of 56 examinees passed or an overall passing rate of 98.21% followed by University of the Cordilleras having 60 out of 62 examinees passed or 96.77% passing rate.
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