8 New Interesting Laws in the Philippines

January 26, 2017
A law, rule, or decree, commonly known as Republic Act in legal terms is a piece of legislation used to generate policy in order to achieve the principles of the Constitution. It is crafted and conceded by the Congress of the Philippines and must be commended by the President of the Philippines.

There are actually 40 new laws that were submitted through the 16th congress; unfortunately 36 lapsed after former President Benigno Aquino III and current President Rodrigo Duterte neither signed nor rejected the bills.

Interesting Law in the Philippines


In less than a hundred days of President Duterte as the 16th President of the Philippines, more than 30 bills have been passed in the congress already.

Here are the 8 most controversial new laws in the Philippines:


1) Republic Act 10883 – Stricter Anti-Carnapping Law

This is a non-bailable law, which only mean that the convicted carnappers are not allowed to bail and a jail sentence of 17 years was increased to 20 to 30 years. This requires the Land Transportation Office to keep a record of all cars and owners. The sentence of the convicted person will be extended from 30 years and one day up to 40 years if that person resorted to violence. A life sentence will be given to the carnapper if the victim is killed or raped.

2) Republic Act 10905 – Mandatory Subtitles

This law mandates all the operators of television shows of all the networks and producers to put subtitles in their programs to allow the deaf community to understand. Those who are airing between 1am to 6 am are exempted to this rule and also those program who release public service less than 10 minutes because this might just cause burden on their part. However, license to operate might be confiscated and a fine of at least P50, 000 but not more P100, 000 will be given to those who fail to follow or would serve 6months to 12 months jail time.

3) Republic Act 10906 – Stronger Measures for the Anti-mail-order Bride Law

This law keeps every Filipino woman from becoming mail order brides. It forbids any dealing or business of sending Filipinas overseas to wed foreign nationals; if proven guilty, they will be convicted to 15 years of jail time and to pay Php500, 000 but not more than Php1million as fine. This law also includes foreigners staying in the Philippines and will be deported back to their country once attested guilty. Any person who cooperated in this illegal act will also suffer the same penalty. On the other hand, if the operation is more than two people the convicted person will be penalized with 20 years of imprisonment and a 2-million but not higher than 5-million fine.

4) Republic Act 10909 – No More Candies or Inexact Change

This act mandates all business establishments to give sufficient or exact change to their customers and never to offer candies in exchange. It also requires every store to stick price tags with the exact price so the customers would immediately know the price of the items. Fines for the violation are as follows:

  • Php500 or 3% of gross sales for the 1st offense
  • Php5, 000 or 5% of the gross sales for the 2nd offense
  • Php15, 000 or 7% of gross sales and 3 months suspension for 3rd offense
  • Php25, 000 fine and business termination for the third offense

5) Republic Act 10910 – Longer Prescription for Crimes of Graft and Corruption

This law increases the jail time of the people convicted for the crime graft and corruption from 15 to 20 years.

6) Republic Act 10911 - Anti-age Discrimination for Employees

This mandates all employers to avoid discrimination on account of age. It also includes disallowing right compensation, withholding promotions, and denying developmental training opportunities for old –aged employees. Penalty is at least Php50.00 but not more than Php500, 000 and three months to two years of imprisonment.

7) Republic Act 10913 – Anti- Distracted Driving Act

This act prohibits the drivers from texting, calling or surfing the internet while driving. If found guilty, penalty is Php5, 000 to Php15, 000. Third offense of the law would mean confiscated license for three months.

8) Republic Act 10916 – Mandatory Speed Limiters

This law mandates all public vehicles to install speed limiters. Vehicles without speed limiters will have to comply within 18 months after it takes effect and are not allowed to register and will pay a fine of Php50,000. Meanwhile on the 1st offense, the driver’s license will be suspended for one month and the franchise permit for three months. Disobeyer’s license will be suspended for three months and franchise permit for six months for the 2nd offense. For 3rd offense, the revocation of license and franchise suspension for at least a year and an imposed fine is the penalty.

So how do you find our new laws? Would they somehow help our country in becoming a stable and a highly-economic one? Stay tuned for updates.

ALE Board Exam: Architects Board Licensure Examination Results – January 2017

January 24, 2017
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) will conduct examinations for Architects on January 27, 29, 2017 in Manila, Cebu, Baguio, Davao, and Legaspi. 



The Architect board exam covered the following subjects:

DAY 1

1. History and Theory of Architecture
2. Principles of Planning
3. Architecture Practice (30%)
4. Utilities Systems / Structural Conceptualization / Building Materials and Construction (30%)

DAY 2

1. Architectural Design and Site Planning (40%)

According to PRC, the results of the said exams, which includes complete lists of passers, topnothchers (top ten), top performing schools, and performance of colleges and universities, are expected to be released on February 1, 2017 or just three (3) working days after the last day of the examination.

The head for the January 2017 Architect Board Exam who will administered the examination, and will also act as Chairman, will be Arch. Robert S. Sac with two other members, Arch Fidel Jose R. Siapno and Arch. Robert M. Mirafuente.

The PRC announced that out of the 2,224 people who took the exam, 1,243 of them passed Architecture Board Examination which was given by the Board of Architcture in Manila last June 2016. The Top Three examinees had their highlights and are deserving of being noticed and recognized because they truly showcased excellence and skill. Jeff McDaniel See of University of Santo Tomas strived to be the highest with the rating of 84.00%. He was followed by Arjee Loui Jimenez, which is from the TUP– Manila with 83.10, and John Derick Dasugo from University of Bagiuo got the rating of 82.20%.

The online registration for the issuance of the Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of registration will be announced later.

For Manila board passers, PRC is strictly implementing the online registration system for processing of appointment for registration effective March 30, 2016. Visit www.prc.gov.ph and follow the instructions for the initial registration.

The registration requirements are:
  • Duly accomplished Oath Form or the Panunumpa ng Propesyonal. (Date and venue of the oath taking of the board passers will be announced later as per PRC)
  • Latest or current CTC or cedula
  • 2 pieces of colored passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete with name tag with signature over printed name)
  • 2 sets of documentary stamps
  • 1 short envelope with name and profession

The final venue and date for the oath-taking ceremony of those who passed WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.

The practice of architecture is the act of planning, architectural and structural designing, specifying, supervising, and giving general administration and responsible direction to the erection, enlargement or alterations of buildings and architectural design of engineering structures or any part thereof, the scientific, aesthetic and orderly coordination of all the processes which enter into the production of a complete building or structure performed through the medium of unbiased preliminary study of plans, consultations, specifications, conferences, evaluations, investigations, contract documents and oral advice directions regardless of whether the persons engaged in such practice are residents of the Philippines or have their principal office or place of business in this or another country, and regardless of whether such persons are performing one or all of these duties, whether such duties are performed in person or as the directing head of an office or organization performing them.

PRC Licensure Examination Results for Sanitary Engineers – January 2017

January 23, 2017
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), held examinations for the Sanitary Engineers last January 17, 18, & 19. The results of the said exams were released just two (2) working days after the last day of the examination. The PRC announced that out of the 95 people who took the exam, 62 of them passed the Sanitary Engineer Licensure Examination which was given by the Board of Sanitary Engineering in Manila this year. 

sanitary engineers exam results January 2017


The Top Three examinees have their highlights and are deserving of being noticed and recognized because they truly showcased excellence and skill. Jason Vergara Moral of National University – Manila strived to be the highest with the rating of 82.57%. Mary Camille Patolot Orendain, which is from the Mapua Institute of Technology – Manila with 80.80, and Precious Jesica Gatchalian Tuazon from National University – Manila got the rating of 80.20%.

Members of the Board of Sanitary Engineering who took part in making all of these things possible by giving the licensure examination are Engr. Corazon De los Reyes-Romero, Chairman; Engr. Alfredo B. Espino and Engr. Florimond M. Lara, Members.

The online registration for the issuance of the Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of registration will start from the 26th of January to the 27th of January.

For Manila board passers, PRC is strictly implementing the online registration system for processing of appointment for registration effective March 30, 2016. Visit www.prc.gov.ph and follow the instructions for the initial registration.

The registration requirements are:

  • Duly accomplished Oath Form or the Panunumpa ng Propesyonal. (Date and venue of the oath taking of the board passers will be announced later as per PRC)
  • Latest or current CTC or cedula
  • 2 pieces of colored passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete with name tag with signature over printed name)
  • 2 sets of documentary stamps
  • 1 short envelope with name and profession

The final venue and date for the oath-taking ceremony of those who passed WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.

Below is the list of the successful examinees of the Sanitary Engineers Licensure Examination year 2017.

SEQ NO. | NAME

1 ABEN, BERNADETTE LUBAS
2 ALARCON, ARJAY RIMANDO
3 ANDAL, EDRELI SARMIENTO
4 ANICAS, ANGELICA MEJIA
5 AQUINO, JOHN JEFFERSON DIMAPAWI
6 ARACIEL, JESSICA AIZEL GARING
7 ARELLANO, DAVE JONSON BLAY
8 AVILA, JOSHUA BISNAR
 9 BAY, MARINETH JILLAH PALLO
10 BERINGUELA, MA CECELIA BARRANDA
11 BLANCO, JAYCEL DELMORO
12 BRAVO, ROMEO JR ANTONIO
13 BUMUGHAWI, LILY MAE TIMMANGO
14 CALLEJA, CHERRY ELAINE VIÑAS
15 CINCO, ADRIAN HOBY GIMOTEA
16 CULALA, ALLENA MAE TIQUIS
17 DELOS REYES, ALIZA MARIE PEREZ
18 DULNUAN, REYNALD IMMOLIAP
19 DUMANIW, MARVIN DINANGWATAN
20 DUMLAO, MAY ANGELIE BAUTISTA
21 EDNALAGUIM, ZARAH ELAYDA
22 ELOSO, JAYREYMAE GAMIL
23 ENRIQUEZ, ROSEBEN COLIGADO
24 ESPIRITU, GENALYN BALANAY
25 EÑOSA, SHERAMAE PASASALA
26 FELIPE, MIKE BANGIT
27 FERRANCO, EDUARD ARATAN
28 FLORES, ROZELLE ELISEO
29 GADIN, EARL CLARENCE BUSTAMANTE
30 GARZA, RUEL MOLINA
 31 GUMBA, JORDAN PAUL DEL ROSARIO
32 HAMTIG, JAYSON VILLANTES
 33 INSAS, REYMORE ALFREDO
 34 KATALBAS, KARL TADEO
35 LUCENA, KENNETH CALICDAN
36 LUCENIO, MICAH PALALEO
37 MANGLAPUS, HAZEL PALCUNGAN
 38 MATINING, JHOANNA MARQUEZ
39 MELITON, CHARMAINE MARIE CAM
40 MERCADO, EARL JASPER LANCE PUBLICO
41 MIRABUENO, ALFRED HUGO
42 MORAL, JASON VERGARA
43 MORENO, ANNE JADEITE GERTOS
44 MOSATALLA, FREDDIE MAYHAY
45 OPLAY, GENEDINE BANGGOY
46 ORENDAIN, MARY CAMILLE PATOLOT
47 ORILLO, AIKIKO MARI SABOCO
48 PANGANIBAN, GLECY GUIZZAGAN
49 REYES, ANGELICA VIDAL
50 RUIZ, HAZEL MAY ANN MENDOZA
51 SABADO, MARK ANGELO FERMIN
 52 SANDOVAL, LEXTER BACAY
53 SANTOS, IAN YPOL
54 SERRANO, DEAN DURAN
55 TOLIBAS, JOHN CARLO LABONG
 56 TONIO, HEZZEL SABADO
57 TUAZON, PRECIOUS JESICA GATCHALIAN
58 UMALI, BHOBOY ANDAL
59 UMOQUIT, EDISON BASILIO
 60 VENTURA, LURI JAISE BALANTAC
61 VIJAR, FLORDELIZ ALDOVINO
62 VIÑAS, ARTHUR LOPEZ
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Room Assignment: Physician PRC Board Licensure Examination March 2017

January 23, 2017
The Professional Regulation Commission approved the program for the Physician Licensure Examination on January 3, 2017 and it has been posted in the website just last year. Just like other examinations, examinees would be needed on the rooms for the testing BEFORE 6:30 AM on the date of the examination. There would be two (2) batches of the Physician Licensure Examination. This March 5, 6, 12, & 13 and in September 9, 10, 16, & 17. The deadline of filing this coming March is on the 8th of February while the September batch will be on the 15th of August. 

Room Assignment: Physician PRC Board Licensure Examination March 2017 

According to the department, there would be testing centers in Baguio, Cebu, Zamboanga, and Manila for the first (March) batch. The September batch would have testing centers at Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, and Cagayan De Oro. For the room assignments, all are not yet available. Rest assured that the room assignments will be announced two (2) to three (3) days before the examination.

To further remind you of the instructions each examinees should be aware of, read the following:

1. Of course, late comers will not be admitted. So you need to report as early as 6-6:30 AM on the date of your examination to verify your room and seat number.

2. Examinees are required to wear their school uniform

3. Bring the following on the date of the examination:

a. Official Receipt
b. Pencils (no. 1 or no. 2)
c. Notice of Admission (NoA)
d. Black Pens ONLY
e. Metered-Stamped Window Mailing Envelope
f. Long Brown Envelope
g. Long Plastic Envelopes

4. Cellular phones and other gadgets are STRICTLY PROHIBITED. If caught, then you may be subject to disqualification where you might lose your opportunity in gaining your license.

5. Programmable Calculators and Examination aids are STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

6. Make sure to review your Notice of Admission (NoA) and to bring it during your exam.

Now that you are aware of the room assignments, take note of all the instructions written above to avoid hassle and interruption from your taking of the exam. Again, take note that LATE COMERS WON’T BE ENTERTAINED so be there on or before 6:30 AM on your examination date.

Room Assignment: Medical Technology (MedTech) February 2017 PRC Board Licensure Examination

January 21, 2017
February 2017 Med Tech Room Assignment
Last year, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced the room assignments for the Medical Technology licensure exam one (1) week before the exam date. Let’s hope that this year, they also arrive with that kind of promptness. The exam will take place on the 26th and 27th of February, 2017. The deadline for this examination date is on the 27th of January. Another batch will be having an exam and it would be on the 26th and 27th of August, 2017 and the deadline for this batch is on the 26th of July.



According to the department, there would be testing centers in Baguio, Cebu, Davao, Tuguegarao, Zamboanga, and Manila for the February batch. The August batch would have testing centers at Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legaspi, Lucena, and Tuguegarao. For the room assignments, all are not yet available. Rest assured that the room assignments will be announced two (2) to three (3) days before the examination.

To further remind you of the instructions each examinees should be aware of, read the following:

1. Examinees are required to wear their school uniform as per Res. No. 113 dated May 18, 1994.

2. Of course, late comers will not be admitted. So you need to report as early as 6-6:30 AM on the date of your examination.

3. Bring the following on the date of the examination:

a. Official Receipt
b. Pencils (no. 1 or no. 2)
c. Notice of Admission (NoA)
d. Black Pens ONLY
e. Metered-Stamped Window Mailing Envelope
f. Long Brown and Plastic Envelopes

4. Cellular phones and other gadgets are STRICTLY PROHIBITED. If caught, then you may be subject to disqualification where you might lose your opportunity in gaining your license.

5. Make sure to review your Notice of Admission (NoA) and to bring it during your exam.

Now that you are aware of the room assignments, take note of all the instructions written above to avoid hassle and interruption from your taking of the exam. Again, take note that LATE COMERS WON’T BE ENTERTAINED so be there on or before 6:30 AM on your examination date.

Master Plumbers PRC Board Exam February 2017: Room Assignment

January 21, 2017
The Professional Regulation Commission officially announced the schedule of the Master Plumbers Board Exam, also known as the Master Plumbers Licensure Examination to be on the 8th and 9th of February. In this article you will also be aware of where the exams will take place in all testing centers provided by the PRC.

PRC Master plumber February 2017 Exam Room Assignment


According to the department, there would be testing centers in Baguio, Iloilo, and Manila. For the room assignments, all are not yet available. Rest assured that the room assignments will be announced two (2) to three (3) days before the examination.

To further remind you of the instructions each examinees should be aware of, read the following:

1. Wear the prescribed dress code.

a. Female Examinees – White blouses or shirts with collar
b. Male Examinees – White shirts or polo shirts, tucked.

2. Of course, late comers will not be admitted. So you need to report as early as 6-6:30 AM on the date of your examination.

3. Make sure to review your Notice of Admission (NoA) and to bring it during your exam.

4. Cellular phones and other gadgets are strictly prohibited. If caught, then you may be subject to disqualification where you might lose your opportunity in gaining your license.

5. Bring the following on the date of the examination:

a. Official Receipt
b. Pencils (no. 1 or no. 2)
c. Notice of Admission (NoA)
d. Black Pens ONLY
e. Metered-Stamped Window Mailing Envelope
f. Long Brown and Plastic Envelopes

Now that you are aware of the room assignments, take note of all the instructions written above to avoid hassle and interruption from your taking of the exam. Again, take note that LATE COMERS WON’T BE ENTERTAINED so be there on or before 6:30 AM on your examination date.


Fake Facebook News will now be penalized

January 21, 2017
Facebook has been one of the most effective means of current events, updates, and news of the people here in our country. People have started using it in order to relay messages as a whole – some even use it for the sake of marketing their products, services, and furthermore themselves. But of course, we cannot argue with the fact that sometimes, even the fakest of fake news are being spread out and Senator Francis “KiKo” Pangilinan wants to put a stop on that. 

Fake Facebook News to be penalize
 

The said senator is now looking to penalilze Facebook and other social media boards for tolerating misinformation to people which is done online. “More than being an online platform, Facebook may be described as a de facto media company or publisher that should be responsible and accountable for the content it distributes and allows to be distributed, in order to protect the national discourse from fabricated and false news,” said Senator Pangilinan.

Being a President of the Liberal Party, this man really knows what he is talking about. He filed Senate Resolution 271 seeking a Senate probe in aid of legislation, with the ending perspective of choosing whether there is a need to modify or amend Republic Act 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act.

“There is a need to look at the systems that protect the freedoms accorded to all Filipinos by our Constitution, especially where those freedoms are being undermined by a surge in social media abuse through the propagation of falsehoods, defamation, character assassination, and national security threats. It is therefore in the interest of the State to protect the integrity of cyberspace so that it will become a tool for development, and not a tool for sowing dissent and virulent tribalism,” said Pangilinan.

The Philippines had 59.2 million internet users in 2016 – 22 million inside those number were actively stumbling upon Facebook during the May national elections. This is the probable reason why information, each time it passes through a number, gets filtered with what other people want to hear. Leading to an act that maybe modified news and updates a little bit. Imagine having news passed around 22 million people, wouldn’t you think that it’s inevitable for some of the things in that certain update change?

With Pangilinan’s decision and intuition to penalize false allegations in social networking sites, people should now be extra careful when they are yearning to spread news because once you are caught, you are now subject to multiple crimes. The only way to put this to an end is to make sure that erroneous information gets avoided and that is by not listening or believing to whatever you see online.

Source: GMA

1,000 Pesos Increase in SSS Pension Approved

January 17, 2017
After months of instantaneous waiting, the day has finally come when a lot of retired Filipinos would receive news that would again bring music to their ears after quite some time. President Rodrigo Duterte approved the across-the-board increase in the monthly pension of SSS retirees. In this article, we will be relaying the news and everything you know about it.
SSS Pension Hike
Photo Credit: Inquirer.net/Grig C. Montegrande
The long awaited wait has finally come to an end when Digong put a stop to it by relentlessly approving the said proposal. The over 2.2 million retired members of the Social Security System will start receiving additional P1, 000 in their monthly pension starting this January.

This increase was a bargain however, for it was made as a condition that members would have to increase their monthly contributions by 12.5% from their salary credit so that the SSS can raise 1.5% to the monthly premiums of active members. This higher contribution will start in May.

Read: New 2017 SSS Contribution Table

Aside from this, President Duterte also ordered the increase in the maximum monthly salary credit from P16, 000.00 to P20, 000.00. Our President is starting to answer most of our prayers and described this as a realization of his “social contract with the Filipino people especially the elderly and the poor who gave the best years of their lives in service..”

If you jumped out of joy in hearing this wonderful change, then you would be happier when you find out that in 2022 or earlier, 2019, SSS Chair Amado Valdez declared another P1, 000 pension increase.

Economically speaking, having this kind of hike would require the SSS to bring out P32 billion annually to fulfill the initial P1, 000 increase and P62 billion for the entire P2, 000 increase in monthly payments and dues.

“As the President has emphasized, he is the President of an entire nation and not just a particular social class,” read from a prepared statement by Ernesto Abella, the President’s spokesperson.

If you’re thinking that the P1, 000 increase is not that impacting to both the government body and its funds, think again. Just the night before it was officially declared, a “long and intense” discussion inside the Malacañang occurred according to Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol. and we do not want to know about any of that. As long as we have our pension increased, we are fine with that. 

Read: How to check SSS Contribution Online  

A lot of economic managers questioned the feasibility of this plan but National Anti-Poverty Commission Secretary Liza Maza, Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, and Agrarian Reform Secretary Rafael Mariano blamed previous SSS officers and leaders of poor management of funds and resources.

Let us all hope for a better future personally and economically especially now when we are served what we think is best for us.

What do you think about the pension hike in a personal and economical way? Would you think it’s possible and attainable? 

PRC Licensure Examination Results for Dentistry – January 2017

January 15, 2017
The Professional Regulations Commission (PRC)just a few days ago, announced the passers for the Dentist Licensure Examination (Written) in December 2016 and the Dentist Licensure Examination (Pratical) in January 2017. They got help from Dr. Rannier F. Reyes, Officer-In-Charge; Dr. Gloria M. Bumanlag, Dr. Melinda L. Garcia, and Dr. Roberto M. Tajonera, Members, who were the ones who conducted the licensure examination. The official results were released two (2) days after the last day of the examination.



Out of the 1, 105 who took the written licensure exam in December, 605 PASSED and out of the 613 who took the practical examination this month, 609 PASSED.

The PRC’s procedure is an efficient and nice way to hastily display and let exam takers know the result of their test. Imagine just two (2) days after the last day of the examination, the results were released. Along with that, from the 17th of January up to the 19th, the initial registration for the issuance of the Professional ID Card (ID) and the Certificate of Registration shall be accomplished online. To know more about the initial registration, you can go to the official site of the PRC (www.prc.gov.ph) or you can click on this link here.

Those who are to register outside those dates and those who passed the licensure examination are obliged and required to personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals and to bring the following:

  • Duly Accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propseyonal
  • Two (2) pieces of passport-sized photo 
    • Colored with white background
    • With name tag complete name under signature
  • Two (2) sets of documentary stamps

The official date and venue for the oath-taking ceremony shall be announced at a later date so stay tuned.

Listed below are the list of passers in the (practical) phase:

1 ABALOS, AILYN MORANDANTE
2 ABALOS, ARMIE CATE SUAREZ
3 ABARQUEZ, MICHAEL ENAD
4 ABEJO, JOANA MAY MOSTRALES
5 ABELLA, SARA PAMELA THERESE LAGON
6 ABO, ANGEL VIC BUENAVENTURA
7 ABRENICA, MARIA ERENICA ARASULA
8 ABUCEJO, JOANNA LUCILLE SALARDA
9 ACHARON, GWENBELLE ABARQUEZ
10 ACUB, MARK CAMERON JABILE
11 ADRIANO, GUILLIAN ARBIE SANTOS
12 AGAPITO, LORIEL JEFFERSON MENDOZA
13 AGBISIT, SHARI LEI DOMINGO
14 AGDA, MIKHAELA DIANNE MAGPANTAY
15 AGUILA, ALYANA JULIET MENDOZA
16 AGUILA, JOSHUA TITULAR
17 AGUSTIN, AGATHA MAE PINEDA
18 AKIA, NICO PAOLO AFRICA
19 ALABAN, MARK JUDE DURON
20 ALAVAR, BRYAN BANTAYAN
21 ALBITOS, ELEIZEL ABILLADA
22 ALBUNAG, ANNE MELVINE AVILA
23 ALCACHUPAS, KATHRINA BUTON
24 ALCANTARA, FITZ JERARD EMMANUEL CAÑA
25 ALCARAZ, MELODY ANN RIÑOS
26 ALCARIA, CHARMAINE
27 ALDAY, JERICHO LUGTU
28 ALGABRE, EZEKIEL UBANDO
29 ALIPIO, SHEILA MAY QUINIT
30 ALMIROL, VIRDEN MIA BONTONG
31 ALMONTE, EILENE JOYCE ALENZUELA
32 ALONDAY, EMMA ALELI DIZON
33 ALVAÑEZ, ROLAND PANTALEON
34 AMANTE, AUBREY ARADA
35 AMBAS, IRIS HAZEL NACUA
36 AMPANG, ILYSSA DELA FUENTE
37 AMPARO, KLAUDINE ARROGANTE
38 AMUL, GRESHA ELINA BLAY
39 ANASTACIO, LEANA MAE AUSTRIA
40 ANG, CHELSEA MARIE GARCIA
41 APACIBLE, IANNA REBECCA POBLETE
42 APOLINAR, AYNA RUADO
43 AQUINO, KATRINA ANNE RIVERA
44 AQUINO, KIMBERLY DALUPE
45 ARBOLEDA, MARIANNE MANUEL
46 ARCALAS, MA ZEINA ANGELA ZARATE
47 ARE, RALPH MATHEW ENERLAN
48 ARRIOLA, SHARMAINE PRINCESA
49 ASOY, CHARIZ TRINIDAD
50 ASTUDILLO, VERONA MICA DANGOY
51 ATAYAN, APPLE LYAN LABORDE
52 ATIZADO, SAM DAVID
53 AURELIO, NATHANIEL GODFREY CATABIJAN
54 AVENDAÑO, SONNY BOY RICABO
55 AVES, VIRGILIO JR SALVADOR
56 AYAPANA, REAROSA EVANGELISTA
57 BACHILLER, RICHENA MARIE SANTOS
58 BACOLOD, ROSE ANNE PONTILLAS
59 BACOS, MAE LYN SANTIAGO
60 BADONG, KRISTINE ANN GAITE
61 BAGUIO, IA SHANE MONIQUE NACALABAN
62 BALABBO, MAEDELYN LANIOG
63 BALBOA, ELEANOR LAUS
64 BALOYO, KERSTINE ZAEL CORDERO
65 BALOYO, SHARMAINE ANNE MEDIAVILLA
66 BALTAZAR, JOHN CEDRIC MARCELO
67 BAN, LESLIE AN UBAL
68 BANDELARIA, MARY FE MEDALLADA
69 BANIEL, LORENZ CHRISTIAN PADILLA
70 BARAPON, MA HERMIE CULEEN FLORES
71 BARBA, FRANZ ZERLEEN VIVERO
72 BARCEL, MA TRACEY CAMILLE SALANDANAN
73 BARE, JOECYL LLOREN
74 BARRIOS, JESSAR LYNNE BALOYO
75 BARROSA, CARL JUDE SEMOLAVA
76 BARROSO, EDWARD LOUIE MONTANEZ
77 BARTE, ESTHER JULIE DULFO
78 BARTOLOME, JANNEL ELLANE NIERRA
79 BASUIL, EDGAR BRANDAL JERVIN DIANG
80 BATALLONES, CARMILLE PEREZ
81 BATHAN, FRANNIE PASAO
82 BAUTISTA, LOUIS CLYDE CRUZ
83 BAUTISTA, YVES MICHELSEN RAMOS
84 BELLINGAN, EDMAR DELA CRUZ
85 BERING, VALERIE ANN FIDELLAGA
86 BERNAL, ANGELO OSWALD UBANDO
87 BERNALES, FREDMAR VILLEGAS
88 BERNARDO, ANNE MARIE KRISTINE RIVERA
89 BIACO, RHONA JOY QUITON
90 BIANA, VERONICA ANNE NAJERA
91 BICOL, SHARMAINE MARIE GAMIT
92 BIRUNG, HERALD ROMERO
93 BOHOLST, STEFFI ANN LICAYAN
94 BOJARE, ESTRELLA MARIE BACARRO
95 BONAOBRA, KRISTINE MAE BORLADO
96 BONAYAO, SUNSHINE COPASAN
97 BONDOC, ELORA NIKITA JAVIER
98 BONDOC, JOANNE PAGCU
99 BONZO, LIANTONETTE CASTILLON
100 BOSCH, BLOSSOM LOPEZ
101 BRIONES, JOHN NELSON LUGAY
102 BRODIE, JENNIFER MASANGCAY
103 BUBAN, TRACY DANIELLE SAN BUENAVENTURA
104 BUCAD, SHELDON GALFO
105 BUENAVISTA, KRISTEL YAMOMO
106 BUENDICHO, CHARLES BRENT MARIANO
107 BUENO, JANELLE BEATRICE
108 BUGAY, MA EVAN GRACE MENDOZA
109 BUÑO, ANGELO MARQUEZ
110 CABALLERO, LEAH FLOR MACABEBE
111 CABANATUAN, REGIE CALAUNAN
112 CABARRUBIAS, ALYSSA LINYL GILAMON
113 CABAYU, APRILLE DUMON
114 CABERTO, IAN JOEL DIEL
115 CABREROS, MARIAH ANGELA CARREON
116 CACDAC, MA SHEENYL VENANCIO
117 CADAYONA, NYKA LUNA
118 CALAMAAN, ANGELICA CHRISTINE CAR
119 CALAMAAN, WHALTER JHON AGORDE
120 CALANG, MANESSA AMOUR ZERDA
121 CALAUOR, CAREY MORALIDA
122 CALDINO, JAN RENZI SERRANO
123 CALVES, DANIELLE ANN CLARO
124 CAMPO, KENNELYN PANTAL
125 CAMPOS, JAN DAVID ORIÑA
126 CAMUA, KRISTINE JOY MALOMA
127 CAMUNGOL, ALLAN FRED GARCIA
128 CANADA, LIEZA MAE BARGAMENTO
129 CANCINO, KRISLY DELA CRUZ
130 CANCIO, DANIELLE DELA CRUZ
131 CANONO, MA CATHERINE GRACE CAMUA
132 CARAAN, KRISTINE JOY MAYUGA
133 CARIÑO, JANICA CLAIRE TOMBOC
134 CARMELO, PRIJ ALPHONZ CASPE
135 CARMONA, MA CAMILLE PARRENO
136 CARMONA, RONNA FAUSTINO
137 CASANOVA, RALPH CHARLIE BAUTISTA
138 CASIPIT, JOSEPH LOPEZ
139 CASTILLO, ARACELLI PACO
140 CASTILLO, ARIANNE MARIE ALEXANDRA BENESA
141 CASTRO, BARTY BACACAO
142 CASUPANAN, MARY GRACE BOBIS
143 CATANIAG, ROEL DELOS REYES
144 CAVAN, MARIA CHRISTINA JAPITANA
145 CAYCO, MARIA CONSOLACION BELDOA
146 CEBEDO, PATRICK MARC ESTRELLA
147 CEPE, MA ROSELYN TO-ONG
148 CEQUIÑA, SUSAN GAY DEIPARINE
149 CERDEÑA, BIANCA MAE ALFONSO
150 CHAVENIA, JAMIE LYN TEOLOGO
151 CHUA, CLAIRE EVANGELINE DE VERA
152 CLARITO, CLARICE VIDAL
153 CLAVEL, AUN CLARICE TEJADO
154 CLUTARIO, ALLYSSA CAMU
155 CO, KARINA ISABEL FERNANDEZ
156 COLA, SUMMER JOY JALEM
157 CONCEPCION, NIÑO JONATHAN CONZ LEGARTE
158 CONCEPCION, PATRICIA MAE VEGA
159 CONOPIO, CRAIG PATRICK CRUZ
160 CORACHEA, MARIE ANTONETTE SANTIAGO
161 CORPUZ, JO ANNE MARIE CALABBUN
162 CORTEZ, TAMERLANE JOY EVANGELISTA
163 COSTALES, GIORGIO PEREGRINO USAL
164 CRISTOBAL, AIZEL NICA CHAN
165 CRUZ, MARY GUMAPOS
166 CRUZ, MICHAEL ALAN ANDAL
167 CUA, MATTHEW LAWRENZ TAN
168 CUIZON, CHARLENE RIZA CONDES
169 CUYAG, JOREPE BERNABE
170 DADIVAS, JO HANNAH AÑES
171 DAMASCO, BENJAMIN FOLLANTE
172 DANGANAN, LANI PULUMBARIT
173 DANGATAN, ROGELYN BAIGUEN
174 DAQUIZ, AIRHA GAY BAUTO
175 DATUIN, MARY PRECIOUS JASMIN ESPALDON
176 DAYO, KAREL IAN LIMJUCO
177 DE CASTRO, CHERIE LOU MARTINEZ
178 DE GUZMAN, DANIELLA FRANZIA PASCUAL
179 DE JESUS, JERRMOND EMMANUEL GANTUANGCO
180 DE JESUS, LAURENCE CLEIDON ABORDO
181 DE JESUS, MARGARET MARIE BERNARDO
182 DE JESUS, NICODEMUS LIWAG
183 DE LEON, JOY JENEENE BAYSANTOS
184 DE LEON, REDJOAN BADUA
185 DE LOS REYES, ROCHELLE GONZALES
186 DE LUNA, MAX CEASAR NOVELOSO
187 DE MESA, LUCILLE ANNE ARCA
188 DE NIEVA, THERESSA NOELYN MANLONGAT
189 DE TAZA, KAIZETTE MIEJE LUDOVICE
190 DEL ROSARIO, JERMAINE VICTORIA GUICO
191 DEL ROSARIO, MA-ANNE QUIAMBAO
192 DELA CRUZ, DANA MICHELLE LIM
193 DELA CRUZ, ERNESTINE ANDREA ANZA
194 DELA CRUZ, HANSELLINE ESPIRITU
195 DELA DINGCO, CRISTINA ANGELA EDRADA
196 DELA ROSA, RABBY LYNN BAUTISTA
197 DELOS REYES, CAMILLE BUSTAMANTE
198 DELOS REYES, RICHELLE JOICE DUMAGPI
199 DELOS SANTOS, JANINE DATOC
200 DEMOL, MAYLORD GRAVADOR
201 DIAZ, IVANA GABRIELLE BRANA
202 DIEGO, ALEXIS LOUISE VICENTE
203 DILAY, KAYE JUSTINE BAJAS
204 DIMATULAC, MA LORESA MENDERICO
205 DIOSO, LIRRA BAYLEN
206 DIVINAGRACIA, ALYSSA ASHLEY JERUTA
207 DIZON, KARL LESTER BALDERAS
208 DIÑO, KATHERINE CASSAMELIO
209 DOMINGO, ARIANNE UCOL
210 DOMINGO, MARIA ANGELICA YADAO
211 DOMINGO, RODALYN UMALI
212 DONESA, ALEJANDRO JR HADAP
213 DUMAGUIN, HECTOR ANDREW ARCELO
214 DUMAGUIN, MARIA KHALINA QUINTO
215 DUTERTE, MARIA MARGARITA DOMINGO
216 ECHEGOYEN, TRISHA EIKO MORALES
217 EDEROSAS, JAMIE ROSE GAPASIN
218 EGAR, CHERIEL VIE ORTEGA
219 EGBALIC, RENNEL JIN BANGAY
220 ENCARNACION, DANA VERONICA JIMENEZ
221 ENCINAS, MA FENADEE DIMAANO
222 ENDAYA, MAZIE MARJORIE ESCUETA
223 ENDOZO, GERALDINE LINDO
224 EPONDULAN, MELL LAGUMBAY
225 ESCABALON, HYNDIE CLUADE EFENIO
226 ESCALONA, MA NOREEN LANDAZABAL
227 ESCOBAR, KATHLEEN ANNE SALES
228 ESPENILLA, NICOLAS ROY HERNANDEZ
229 ESPINELI, SHERMANE OLARTE
230 ESQUELA, MA LEILANI ESTHER ANTONIA PACRES
231 ESTARIJA, ANGELI MA LOURDES ANGEL
232 ESTRELLA, LYZZA DIANNE MORDENO
233 ESTREMERA, SUZANNE ABRINA
234 EVANGELISTA, MICHELLE HOPE RAMADA
235 EVARISTO, MARJORIE DORIA
236 FABRICANTE, CHARMAINE LEA PAISO
237 FANER, JAFFA DEA FABABAER
238 FERMANEZ, LOVELY ROSE IGNACIO
239 FERNANDEZ, LERMA ASUNCION
240 FLORES, KIMBERLY TAÑEDO
241 FLORES, MARIEMAY PICARDAL
242 FLORES, ROSE ANN CUEVAS
243 FOJAS, KATHERINE PEREA
244 FUENTES, VANEZA JOY MANZANO
245 GABALDON, VANESSA CELINE MARCELINO
246 GABUAT, HERMIE JOYCE MARQUEZ
247 GADIAZA, BRYAN JOHN GALUT
248 GALAN, JAMES KOJI TABUCANON
249 GALANG, DONNA LYNNE GUZMAN
250 GALEON, MARY JOY EMMANUELLE ROMEA
251 GALLARDO, JAN ZEBULUN PAGSUGUIRON
252 GALLARDO, ROBERT ROMMUEL WONG
253 GALLEMIT, THERESSA GUITARTE
254 GALLOS, GINO JR PAGTOLON-AN
255 GALLOS, PEARLY JILL LUNA
256 GALVADORES, VHELRON EBOL
257 GALVAN, MARC ANGELO SANTOS
258 GALVEZ, FLORANNE-DENISE BARTIDO
259 GAMAYO, KATHLEEN JOYCE SAMPANG
260 GAPUSAN, PRINCESS AVIGAIL SEVILLA
261 GARCIA, CZARINA ENDOZO
262 GARCIA, RANINA VENELLE SALUMBIDES
263 GARCIA, RUTH LYN IZON
264 GARCIA, VANESSA MONTERUBIO
265 GATAPIA, ROUZ JANINE AHIDA
266 GATCHALIAN, MELANIE GULAPA
267 GATDULA, EARL JIO AGONCILLO
268 GATDULA, KRISTINE ANNE DIAZ
269 GAVIETA, ERICK GEORGE SALVILLA
270 GAWIDAN, MICHELLE
271 GEMPESAO, JOZELLE AMOYAN
272 GENOVA, JENASHARA CHARIZZE SATURNO
273 GEPANAYAO, LEIZEL ANN LOREDO
274 GIANAN, FRANZ ANGELO DELINA
275 GILBUENA, FATIMA MAE DELIMA
276 GO, CHARMANNE LOVE JOY DE GUZMAN
277 GODOY, JOHN KENNETH ALCONTIN
278 GONZALES, JILLE ANN REGINE DEL ROSARIO
279 GONZALEZ, MARIA ANGELA MARTHA TINSAY
280 GOPENG, JUANCHO JOSHUA MORADO
281 GRIPAL, SHERRY KRIS CLEMENTE
282 GUEVARRA, ROSELLE ANN CLAUDIO
283 GUMBA, JAIZON BEE NECESITO
284 GUTIERREZ, LIZLY ANN TOLIAO
285 HALASAN, MONICA MAY GUBAT
286 HERNAEZ, CITI SARA MISA
287 HERNANDEZ, KATRINA ANOG
288 HEYRANA, MA KEA JAYNE DIZON
289 HIZON, KRISTINA MARIA MARTIN
290 HOUSTON, ADRIAN JAMAIL
291 HUGO, CHRISTOPHER BUOT
292 IBERA, MARIA ANGELINE GRACE MORADA
293 IDRIS, NASHEEMA ADIONG
294 IGNACIO, CHELSEA MAREE MORTEL
295 ILUSTRISIMO, MARIA ODESSA LINABAN
296 IMMOLIAP, BERYL DUNGAYA
297 INFANTE, ARIANA ELAYNE ISLETA
298 IPANAG, CHERRYLYN LUZ
299 IQUIÑA, GLEEZEL APPLE SATO
300 IRANI, MARJAN COLINA
301 ISIDRO, JUSTINE NICOLE LAGMAN
302 ISRAEL, MARJORIE ANNE OLIVERIO
303 JACUTAN, EHROME REI EVANGELISTA
304 JALLORINA, JASMINE GEPANAYAO
305 JANDIC, KHARL JOSEPH OSITA
306 JAVIER, JANINA RIO TEJANO
307 JAVIER, JOHN DAVE RAMOS
308 JAVIER, TIMOTHY JOSEF RAMOS
309 JOAQUIN, HERZON BENEDICT TALAG
310 JORGIO, MARGIELYN DANOLI
311 KALAW, ADRIENNE DOMINIQUE SARMIENTO
312 KARIMZADEH, SHIBA OTAYDE
313 KAW, FRANCIS CACERES
314 KELLY, JANIFER AMANDO
315 KHOSRAVIBABADI, HYKAL ROA
316 KUN, MARY LOVELY ANN ONG
317 LABUCAY, KRISHURMURTY ANN CASIL
318 LACEA, FELJIE LAURICE RULIDA
319 LAO, ALYSSA IGNO
320 LAO, MICHELLE KAYE GAMUNDOY
321 LAROYA, KHARENN MAE LAGUNDA
322 LASCANO, JOSHUA RUEL ASPIRAS
323 LASQUITE, ALDREA LACANILAO
324 LAVARIAS, GLAISA MAY CAGUIOA
325 LAYUG, GERARD EMMANUEL PECACHE
326 LAZO, KRISTIANNE GAVINA
327 LEE, YANG MYONG BAQUIRAN
328 LEGASPI, ALLENNA PENNY KIRONG
329 LEGASPI, ARCHELL FAITH PORRAS
330 LEGASPI, MC CYRIL BERGUNIO
331 LERA-OG, PAOLA TERESA JANCE
332 LESCANO, GELLIE JOY GUTIERREZ
333 LESMORAS, MARIA ALYSSA EVANGELISTA
334 LIANKO, FIDELIS MARIE MERCADO
335 LICTAG, JEZEBYL ALBINO
336 LIGON, PATRICIA DYAN LORENZO
337 LILAM, CAROLYN POLILLO
338 LIM, IYAN ANTHONY ANG
339 LINDRES, PATTRICE ANGELICA CONCEPCION
340 LING, SHIRLEY LU
341 LLAMADO, JIAH PE
342 LLENADO, CAROL MAY QUIAMBAO
343 LO, KIMBERLY BLESS BARIT
344 LOGRONIO, MARIA THERESA BANDADA
345 LONGOS, MARIE KARINA CEQUIÑA
346 LOPEZ, EILENE QUENE SASALUYA
347 LOQUE, JERIZA FATE RUNES
348 LUCERO, AIMEE GODOFREDA OLIVER
349 LUCIDO, MARILEA ALCANTARA
350 LUGARES, JANA MARIEL SALANGO
351 LUGAY, MARY JEMYLEE ANN RAZON
352 LUMALANG, JORDAN MADRIAGA
353 LUMBRES, MHIA DIANNE YANG
354 LUNETA, KRISELDA PAGUIO
355 LUTERO, VAINNA ROSE QUINTAR
356 MABUTAS, SALINA MARIE IBAMIT
357 MACALANGGAN, AMENAH FELIPE
358 MACAPAS, KATHLEEN MAE BICERA
359 MAGPAYO, MIRABELLE TRINOS
360 MAGTIBAY, JEAN CERES ARSOLA
361 MAKAHLEH, MIRA CAPOBRES
362 MALAYES, KEZIA CHRISPET VILLARTA
363 MAMARADLO, ARETHA SARAH FERNANDEZ
364 MAMARIL, ERINE DORADO
365 MAMON, LORETTA ANSELMO
366 MANABAT, KHARIS FAITH AGAPE TAN
367 MANABILANG, SORAYAH BARRIOS
368 MANALANG, RIKA LAIKA CID
369 MANALIGOD, MARY ANNALYNE AEIOU EUSEBIO
370 MANALO, ALEAH JEROSA ANI
371 MANANSAD, REA PILAR SINAJON
372 MANGUNE, PAULA ANDREA CHUA
373 MANTILLA, KENT ROQUE SAAVEDRA
374 MARAGUINOT, MELIZA NIÑA BAJAO
375 MARANAN, AIRA ANGELI GARCES
376 MARCELO, KAISYL CLEO DE GUZMAN
377 MAROTO, NIKKI JANE REALES
378 MARTIN, EZRA DIOLA
379 MARTINEZ, CARLA FE CAMACHO
380 MARTIRES, MARK BILANO
381 MASANGCAY, GERTRUDES TAMBADOC
382 MATABUENA, ANIANA MARGARETH VILLENO
383 MATIGA, MARIA CHRISTINA MARTIN
384 MAULLON, ALYSSA JOY BARANUELO
385 MEDINA, ARNO ERVEN SULIT
386 MELCHOR, KARREN ANNE GONZALES
387 MENDIOLA, JENNY ROSE RUBIO
388 MENDOZA, ANNA CHRISTINE DIZON
389 MENDOZA, CHIENETH BERNARDINO
390 MENDOZA, ERIKA BERNICE GRANDA
391 MENDOZA, RENEE MAE ALLYSON DUCAY
392 MENDOZA, TRISHA LIM
393 MENGUITO, MARIELLE SEVA
394 MERCED, MERCEDES MONIQUE NUIQUE
395 MESIA, KRISTINE SANCHEZ
396 MIRATE, BARBARA NICOLE SIMPAO
397 MOLINA, RANA BERMUDEZ
398 MONDRAGON, JESSE ALVIN SANTACERA
399 MONTANO, LAURENCE ANTAY
400 MONTAS, KARLA MAE LLANERA
401 MONTEGREJO, ARISTOTLE MARQUEZ
402 MONTERDE, VIEZEL GO
403 MORDENO, MA JUNICA STEFFANIE BANDA
404 MURILLO, MA CARMELA CONCEPCION
405 MUÑOZ, ROANNE GELLINE VERGARA
406 NADELA, RAYMUND STEPHEN ACAYLAR
407 NAIG, ALLAINE GRACE ALABADO
408 NAME, ANGELI ANNE RAMOS
409 NANTIN, CHRISTIAN ANGELO MACABASCO
410 NAPIGQUIT, JESSA LOU KASHFI BERGADO
411 NARCISO, IYKA MARYSE CAMACHO
412 NARON, MARIA CELINE ANDRADE
413 NATIVIDAD, STEPHANIE RAE DELA CRUZ
414 NAVA, CHRISTIAN LEE GELUZ
415 NAZARRO, CLAIRE ANTONETTE DE DIOS
416 NIEBRES, AGNES FLORES
417 NIEBRES, ARIANNE MENALYN CENETA
418 NOVICIO, JANINE VALERIANO
419 OASAY, LUCKY LYN ASIS
420 OBISPO, RAYMOND TIMOTHY REYES
421 OCOL, LOURDES FATIMA SAN GABRIEL
422 OCRETO, CHEALSEY SEMBRANO
423 ONODERA, JUNKO GAMBOA
424 OUANO, GLAIZA MAE REVADILLO
425 PAALISBO, NIÑA HYACINTH MAPUTI
426 PACULANANG, JESSA APOSTOL
427 PACURE, CHRISTY TALIDONG
428 PAGUNTALAN, JESSA RAE MAGDAYAO
429 PALCE, REIZL JOY LOSTE
430 PALERMO, MARIEL ABBA ANGELICA CORDERO
431 PAMA, FRANCIS SEBASTEAN SUMBANG
432 PAMINTUAN, JANINA CLAUDINE TANGKENGKO
433 PANDES, JAN MARIE OCTAVIANO
434 PANGAN, MAE ANNE LAPID
435 PANGANTIHON, GEOFIL PATARATA
436 PANGILINAN, JINKY ANGELES
437 PARAGAS, PAULINE MERCE CHIU
438 PARAISO, FRANCIS DOBLES
439 PARAYNO, ANGELA PAULA ARELLANO
440 PARK, JINHI
441 PARMAN, GLORENCE MUTUC
442 PARUNGAO, GILLIAN IRAH CONSTANTINO
443 PASAGUI, RENZ MARION ESPARES
444 PASILIAO, RENE ANTONIO GARDUÑO
445 PASION, MITZ HAZEL PANGILINAN
446 PASTOR, MARY HARRIET BELTRAN
447 PATRICIO, DENICE BERYL BULACLAC
448 PAÑARES, DAVID KING LUMANDAS
449 PEGENIA, JOSEPH GLENN ZARAGOZA
450 PELAEZ, DENEB GRACE MASANGYA
451 PELINGEN, KRISZHA BUGNOSEN
452 PELONIO, DUANE NELSON NERVA
453 PEPITO, JADE LAURON
454 PEREZ, CAMILLE ANNE PALLERA
455 PEÑERO, JOY ANGELI CAJANO
456 PIAGA, ARACELY SANGGOY
457 PIAMONTE, DONNEL REIGH VILLANUEVA
458 PIEDRA, PATRICIA BALUYUT
459 PINZON, ANNE KATLYN GARCIA
460 PONFERRADA, KENNIE JHIE TABOR
461 PUNO, JASMINE NICOLE SANTIAGO
462 PUZON, MICA ELLAINE MERCADO
463 QUEVEDO, MIGUEL ANGELO ENRIQUEZ
464 QUIJANO, ISABELLA JANE GUIRA
465 QUIJANO, JAIMEE PATAWARAN
466 QUINIQUINI, JOHN ERICK BENDAÑA
467 QUINTO, JASMINE REY
468 QUINTO, RUVINA ARA JYNE TALAVERA
469 RAMADA, RYAN VILLEJO
470 RAMBUYON, MICHAEL ALFRED APOLINARIO
471 RAMOS, APRIL LORRAINE YAP
472 RAMOS, DAISY FLORES
473 RAYOS, MARY KATHARINE MENCIAS
474 RAZON, GODWIN RIVERA
475 REFRAN, KRISCHEN MAE GARCIA
476 RENTILLO, JAZREEL ANNE
477 REYES, CHRISTINE ANNE YUSON
478 REYES, GIAN LUIGI CABILI
479 REYES, KRISTINE MARVI PEÑAFLOR
480 RILI, SARAH LOU RAYNOG
481 ROBLES, ANA BEATRIZ FAJARDO
482 ROBLES, BONNA LAIZA FAMOR
483 RODRIGUEZ, NIKKA KARLA MANGCO
484 ROLDAN, RAZEL LEN PEREZ
485 ROSALES, MARIE DOMINIQUE CARIÑO
486 ROSARIO, KRISTAL JADE MARTINEZ
487 ROSAS, JURINA FERNANDEZ
488 ROSAS, LOWELL YAP
489 ROXAS, JOWELA ELAINE EVANGELISTA
490 RUADAP, MARON
491 RUFFY, MARK ASHLEY HIDALGO
492 SALAYA, MARIA IRAH JANE TIÑA
493 SALAYOG, PRECIOUS SORIANO
494 SALAYSAY, JUDY PEARL SAMANIEGO
495 SALONGA, MILLIZENKEI SAMONTE
496 SAMONTE, MARIE LOUIE LACTAO
497 SAMSON, ANGELENE GALPAO
498 SAMSON, ERNESTO III CUNANAN
499 SAN DIEGO, JENNY ANN CATHERINE MARAJAS
500 SANCHEZ, JUSTINE ANN FORTUNA
501 SANCHEZ, THEA SIGRID
502 SANCHEZ, THOMAS IVAN ARCEGA
503 SANQUI, KRISHA LEI CERIA
504 SANTANDER, ROSSELLE ARCINUE
505 SANTIAGO, FRANCISCO JR GALINGANA
506 SANTOS, MARC RAPHAEL JOSE
507 SANTOS, PAULEEN ASHLEY RUBIO
508 SANTOS, SERINNA JOIE SELORIO
509 SARABIA, JULIANNE PAULA DAMAY
510 SARONG, KIWI OPULENTO
511 SARZA, DYMPHNA ABIGAIL JUMAPAO
512 SAÑADA, TIMOTHY JOHN LEGASPI
513 SEBASTIAN, ECCLESIATICA RAPOSAS
514 SEEBOK, JOYCE LYN LIM
515 SERRANO, MIGUEL DIZON
516 SICAT, CATHRINA FERNANDEZ
517 SILANGAN, BRENT STUART LIMBUANTONG
518 SISON, JADI RAE MARTINEZ
519 SISON, MARICAR JANE TUMAMAO
520 SO, HYOJU
521 SO, JACKY ANTHONY BONAYOG
522 SOHENTO, GEORGE JR ABOY
523 SOLITO, ANNE BERNADETTE CLARION
524 SOLOMON, CLARENCE ICEE MUÑOZ
525 SOMERA, MICHAEL JOHN EUSEBIO
526 SUBAAN, JUDDIE FRANCES CLAIRE BALBOA
527 SUGANOB, CHRYSLYNNE LOLA
528 SUMAYA, YNA LOUISE LIMJUCO
529 SY, CLAIRE DARREN LIM
530 SY, MA FRANCES INAH DE GUZMAN
531 SY, VIVIEN MAE CHUA
532 TABIOS, LARA FEI AMUDO
533 TADENA, MARK ALAIN MIÑOZA
534 TAMARAY, RUSSELL BRUCE
535 TAN, AEZEL JADE CAÑEDA
536 TAN, LARIEDEL RAYMUNDO
537 TAN, MARIA NICOLE KABAMALAN
538 TAN, RACHEL DIANE CALAYAG
539 TANO, DONNA HIDALGO
540 TATLONGHARI, KRISTINA LIA CANAVE
541 TEDOR, REA ANGELI TAPALES
542 TENORIO, ANNE MARGARET PENTINIO
543 TENORIO, MHERYLL AMATORIO
544 TEOPE, GLEE ANN GRIENZO
545 TEOPENGCO, JOSHUA CHRISTIAN ANGELES
546 TIOPES, LEONA CRISELDA REA
547 TIRO, MARK IGNATIUS GO
548 TOBISE, ZARYL MAY REBENQUE
549 TOLEDO, LORENZO CARLOS JABINES
550 TOLENTINO, ARVIEL DE CASTRO
551 TOLENTINO, GENOVESE MARIA AGALOOS
552 TOLENTINO, PHOEBE TADINA
553 TOMULAC, GIDEON ITHIEL ROSALES
554 TOQUE, TIMOTHY JOSEPH TORRES
555 TORIO, MARJORIE BARTOLAY
556 TRIAS, DYAN JANIÑA TIBUNSAY
557 TRINIDAD, JANICE BENEDITO
558 TULIAO, MARICHO COSTUNA
559 TULIAO, MELISSA ROSELLE SINGAYAN
560 TWAÑO, ROELINDY JADE BAYONA
561 UMAYAM, ROSE ANTOINETTE MANLUSOC
562 UNTALAN, LOVE VALENCIA
563 USERO, JONATHAN ANDRIE JAPZON
564 UY, CHARLON ESCUDERO
565 VALDEZ, ROCHEL MOÑUZ
566 VALDREZ, ROCHELLA MARIE ORTIZ
567 VALERA, CARLO JOSE RUBIAN
568 VARELA, VANESSA SOFIA PEREZ
569 VARGAS, DAVID CHRISTIAN SANCHEZ
570 VARGAS, EMMANUEL LOIS DELA TORRE
571 VEGA, RHEA JANE RASGO
572 VELASQUEZ, CARLYLE MIGUEL AQUINO
573 VELOSO, PHILIPPE JAIME NAVARRO
574 VERA CRUZ, CHRYSSA MAE BIADO
575 VERACRUZ, JOHANNA JIREH AQUINO
576 VIGIL, FERNAH MAE FANUGA
577 VILLA, ELTON SILLO
578 VILLAESTER, CHERRY ROSE GILLAMAC
579 VILLALON, MERRY GRACE MOLABOLA
580 VILLALUNA, JOHN MICHAEL CAHIMAT
581 VILLALUZ, JUNKO EMERY DEFENSOR
582 VILLARAMA, SHENEILLE PAGLINAWAN
583 VILLARREIZ, JOSEL EMERALD DOMINGUEZ
584 VILLAS, BERNISE FAYE REYES
585 VILLASIS, LIZ MICHAELLA APEROCHO
586 VILLEGAS, JOHN DANIEL NACARIO
587 VILLON, GRACE PADRONES
588 VIRTUCIO, VERONICA CAMILLE MANALASTAS
589 VISTAR, KIMBERLY MAGDADARO
590 WILLIS, MARIA ISABEL GALINDEZ
591 WILSON, EDITH FORTUNE GRACE DEDUMO
592 WONG, ALEXIS ANNE ARTIAGA
593 YABO, DECE III ACERDEN
594 YAP, IRIS KIRSTEN VALENOVA
595 YAP, JENNIFER VICTORIA TAGO
596 YASIN, JAMINA SARAH DIZON
597 YBAÑEZ, SHARMAINE YNOT
598 YTURRALDE, JOEM ADRIENNE
599 YU, HANNAH LORENZA DOMINGO
600 YUSON, ARMAN MIGUEL HANOPOL
601 ZALAMEDA, BLENEN YOSHABETH BOLOR
602 ZALAVARRIA, KAREN BUENAVENTURA
603 ZAMORA, DANA CANE TIA
604 ZAMORA, ROVINA MAE-ANN BALDIVAS
605 ZAPATA, CHARMAINE PORTUS
606 ZAPATA, KHAMILLE CARIAS
607 ZARA, PATRICIA MAE MABIOG
608 ZIEGON, RAINER JOHANNES ULRICH DONQUE
609 ZULUETA, MARK ANTHONY

Faraday Future showcased their FF ’91 at the CES 2017

January 15, 2017
Faraday Future, the not-so-famous car company released its first vehicle since their plan of empowering their rival company Tesla. Last January 3, 2017, they held an event to honor the production of their model which is the infamous FF ’91. Prior to the event, rumors rolled around that the company is a bit of backed because of financial difficulties and staffing issues but come a few days ago, they just released their first model and it clearly defied the rumors it has been getting. The company is known to be an advanced company that manufacture cars and that this generation is the start in the advancement in vehicles and transportation. Let me ask you – what is your idea of future mobility?

 

Most people are not aware of the company Faraday Future (FF) and is commonly known to be at the “advanced side” of mobility. Speculations had the said company to be part of Apple’s project TiTan vehicle efforts, but the fact that FF is in partnership with LeEco, a Chinese electronics company proved the unfounded speculations.

Nick Sampson, senior vice president of Engineering and Research & Development, discussed their two and a half year journey in coming up with the model. He was bold and relentless in discussing how and why they proceeded to this kind of technology in the ways of them “reformatting the future.”

Sampson jokingly reiterated that the FF’ 91, their first model is “more than just a car” because of its many features and its advanced technology. The FF ’91 is just a few of its kind (if not alone) to have fiber optics internet speed and an 802.11ac Wi-Fi system with a large HD screen that allows media and games to seamlessly transfer to and from the car.

Each passenger will have the chance to have a profile of content that automatically syncs with the FF ’91 each time they get in. The innovation uses facial recognition to recognize the driver and adjust to their driving behavior while taking into account the external conditions such as the weather, to adjust car settings such as comfort, performance, and safety.

The car is said to have a total of over 30 sensors which includes radars, ultrasonic sensors, retractable LIDAR, and a combination of cameras that would totally have you at your feet.

In the car aspect, the FF ’91 is said to have the fastest charging speed of any car and that it has the densest, largest, and most powerful propulsion system and battery. With 130 kWh of power, the FF ’91 can reach in excess of 378 miles of EPA adjusted range. It also has 1, 050 HP where it can hit 2.39 seconds from 0 – 60 – it beat Tesla’s 2.50.

A car where you no longer have to think about parking and valet since your car itself can depart from you and it can be delivered to you again – by itself. How is that for future mobility? Richard Kim, vice president of design discussed pricing and mentioned that registration of the vehicle starts online at their website. Deliveries are to come in 2018 but the prices were not really specifically mentioned. Now, what is your idea of future mobility?

PRC Licensure Examination Room Assignment for Architects - ALE Board Exam

January 15, 2017
The Professional Regulation Commission has released the schedule for the examination of professional architects. In their website, it is known that the exam will take place on the 27th and 29th of January, 2017. PRC Testing centers would be in Baguio, Cebu, Davao, Legazpi, and Manila. As per the Commission Board, instructions were laid upon in the testing field. They released instructions as to what takers need to do prior the date of their examination and during the exam day as well. The instructions are as follows:



Instructions:


1. Take note on the venue or the location of the examination for the Architecture Licensure Examination.

2. Wear the prescribed dress code. If you are unaware, shorts, slippers with open ends, sleeveless shirts are not allowed. It is also advisable that you wear a shirt with a collar to be extra sure.

3. Of course, late comers will not be admitted. So you need to report as early as 6-6:30 AM on the date of your examination. Fees will be forfeited.

4. Cellular phones and other gadgets are strictly prohibited. If caught, then you may be subject to disqualification where you might lose your opportunity in gaining your license.

5. Bring the following on the date of the examination:

a. Official Receipt
b. Pencils (no. 1 or no. 2)
c. Notice of Admission (NoA)
d. Black Pens
e. Metered-Stamped Window Mailing Envelope
f. Long Brown and Plastic Envelopes

6. Takers are also advised to take note and verify their application number from the proctor on the day of the examination.

Just last year, out of the 2, 224 people who took the exam, more than half passed for a staggering 1, 243 exited joyful and gained their professionalism in the field of architecture.


Make sure to be on the location ON OR BEFORE 6:30 AM.  LATE COMERS WON’T BE ADMITTED.  Verify your seat and your room assignment; that is why the PRC advises exam takers to visit the site a day or two prior the examination date.  Good luck! 
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