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MANILA, PHILIPPINES. A University of the Philippines-Manila graduate topped the Chemist Licensure Examination 2015 conducted by the Board of Chemistry in Manila this month. 

Abdul-Rashid Batara Sampaco III has scored an average grade of 92.25 to top the 414 Chemist licensure test passers. 

Out of 771 takers, only 414 passed the examination. 

The successful examinees who garnered the Top 10 highest places in the September 2015 Chemist Licensure Examination are:

1. Abdul-Rashid Batara Sampaco III
University of the Philippines - Manila
92.25

2. Patrick James Borromeo Cruz
Ateneo De Manila University - Quezon City
91.25

Gabriel Luis Limpo Neri
University of the Philippines - Manila
91.25

3. Aaron John Tan Balana
University of the Philippines - Manila
90.25

Edward Gabrielle Victoriano Hivano
University of the Philippines - Manila
90.25

4. John Louis Villanueva
University of the Philippines - Manila
89.75

5. Kenon Gabriel Castillo Vinson
Ateneo de Davao University
89.50

6. Lucas Francesco Edwardson Uy Ngo Dee
De La Salle University- Manila
89.25

7. James Caseria Solano
Polytechnic University of the Philippines - Main Sta. Mesa
88.75

8. Justine Tumanon Vigo
University of Santo Tomas
88.00

9. Marvin Vergara Pelovello
University of the Philippines - Manila
87.75

10. Jayson Abenir Cabahug
University of the Philippines - Diliman
87.25

Joyce Lyn Lomigo Garcia
University of the Philippines - Diliman
87.25

Shardae Cartagena Guico
Ateneo De Manila University - Quezon City
87.25

Roxzien Shaye Gensaya Sesbreno
University of the Philippines - Visayas- Iloilo City
87.25

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that the registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Cards and Certificates will be on September 29 and 30, 2015. 

Those who will register are required to present the following:
  • duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
  • current Community Tax Certificate (cedula)
  • 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag)
  • 2 sets of metered documentary stamps
  • 1 short brown envelope with name and profession 
  • initial registration fee of P600
  • Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2015 to 2018
Succesful examinees are asked to personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals. 

According to PRC, those who failed to pass the board examination but had obtained a rating of at least 70% in any two (2) subjects can register as Chemical Technician.

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