DLSU-D posts 91 % passing rate in CPA board exam; ranks 1st among schools with 10-25 examinees
Posted on February 2006 at 9:44 AM
Ten (10) out of eleven (11) of DLSU-D’s March 2007 Accountancy graduates successfully hurdled the Certified Public Accountants licensure examination giving the university a passing rate of 91 percent and making it eligible to be ranked number one among Top Performing Schools with 10-25 examinees.
With much pride, the university congratulates the new Certified Public Accountants:
1. Baral, Karlo Eleazar Villafranca
2. Bariso, Katherine Mae Suico
3. Constantino, Cherry Ann Rabacio
4. Hapin, Hazel Ann Franco
5. Hiquial, Gladys Nambayan
6. Lopez, Mary Ann Villanueva
7. Medina, Jona Jade Ele
8. Mediran, Ryan Gilbert Castillo
9. Sanqui, Arnie Gener Alano
10. Servida-Lasam, Neenah
Results were released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) a day after the last day of the examination provided by the Board of Accountancy in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Legazpi. 2,299 out of 6,213 examinees were able to sweep through. Other top performing schools include UST (with 100 and more examinees), De La Salle Univesity-Manila (with 51-99 examinees), and University of the Philippines- Diliman (with 26-50 examinees ). The national passing rate is 37 percent. Successful examinees shall be accordingly recognized during the oathtaking ceremony scheduled on November 20, 2007, 1 pm at the Plenary Hall of the Philippine International Convention Center, Roxas Boulevard, Manila.