MANILA – Out of the 11,137 examinees, only 4,123 passed this year’s licensure examination for public accountants, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced yesterday.
Mark Anthony Tacuboy of the University of Saint Louis topped the board exam with a score of 91.14 percent, while University of the Philippines graduate Kevin Patrick Lim and Cagayan State University graduate Reynald Tomas placed second with 90.71 percent.
Ranking third in the exam is Asia Pacific College graduate Cedrick Zapanta who scored 90 percent, while another St. Louis graduate, McLein Baguno, and University of Cordillera graduate Mebielyn Lloren, both with a grade of 89.86 percent ranked fourth place.
UP graduate Miguel Alfonso Solidum placed fifth with 89.71 percent, followed by another Saint Louis University graduate Norizza Caliging and Palawan State University graduate Gerald Mart Gatinga in sixth place with a score of 89.57 percent.
In the seventh place is Josel Richa Ann Rivera of UP, while Cavite State University’s Janine Climacosa landed eighth with a grade of 89.29 percent.
Cavite State University graduate John Rey Delos Santos and UP’s Nigel Williamson Lee tied at the ninth place both scoring 89.14 percent.
The tenth place was landed by De La Salle University graduate Janelle Quezasa, Polytechnic University of the Philippines’ Adam Dalida, and Central Mindanao University’s Er Louie Bauyot, who all got a grade of 89 percent.