Civil Engineering Board Exam Results (November 2008)

Our friend Charlemagne Abarca topped the recent CE Board exams (he’s number 4 on the list). 😀

cenov2008

My cousin Darryl Pagcaliwagan as well as Jason Palacio, Ralph Acierto and Juliet Sartillo also passed the said exam.

Congratulations to all those who passed!

The full exam results can be downloaded here.
[update] The original announcement can be viewed online here and here.

Advertisements

36 thoughts on “Civil Engineering Board Exam Results (November 2008)

  1. New CHMSCians Engineers- Talisay City Negros Occidental..

    placers,

    2nd placer: Engr. J. Severo
    4th placer: Engr. J. Labaosas

    and

    Engr. E. Samar
    Engr. J. Torres
    Engr. S. Dela Cruz
    Engr. E. Chua
    Engr. A. Gumapal
    Engr. J. Zamora

    Proud tobe Negrense…

    Like

  2. November 2008 Civil Engineering Board Exam Result Topnotchers

    1. MARICEL DELA CRUZ AQUINO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 99.10
    2. SERG JASON MODEQUILLO BODIONGAN, MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY-ILIGAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 98.95
    2. MA DOREEN ESPLANA CANDELARIA, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 98.95
    2. RAISA LLEUE MOLINA CURATIVO, BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 98.95
    2. RODOLFO JR PAULE MENDOZA, DON HONORIO VENTURA COLLEGE OF ARTS & TRADES 98.95
    2. ARNEL MARIE ISLETA MONTEIRO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 98.95
    2. LEMUEL AGIE GARCIA SACAN, EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY (LIT)TACLOBAN 98.95
    2. JESHURUN I DACULES SEVERO, CARLOS C. HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE-TALISAY 98.95
    3. SANDY MAE AUJERO GASPAY, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 97.90
    3. MARK JOSEPH MAGADIA IPA, SOUTHERN LUZON POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE-LUCBAN 97.90
    3. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER ABELLON NIEBRES, BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 97.90
    3. ART REYNAN TURCO TROGO, BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 97.90
    4. KRISTOFFER ARNIE VALENCIA BORREROS, TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MANILA 97.55
    4. JUN LEDDA COSMIANO, CAGAYAN STATE UNIVERSITY-TUGUEGARAO 97.55
    4. JANEAN PEÑAFLORIDA LABAOSAS, CARLOS C. HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE-TALISAY 97.55
    4. SYDNEY PRIETO MAESTRO, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES-QUEZON CITY 97.55
    4. DOMINIC DELA CRUZ SALVADOR, CAGAYAN STATE UNIVERSITY-TUGUEGARAO 97.55
    4. WARREN ANTONIO LADEMORA TAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 97.55
    4. LESTER BENJAMIN BRITANICO VIRATA, SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 97.55
    5. ROBEN MARZAN CASANO, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE OF SAN FERNANDO 97.00
    5. JESSA MARISSE FERNANDO CRUZ, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 97.00
    5. JOHN VINCENT PARE MUSNGI, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 97.00
    5. RYAN JAY RAMOS POLICARPIO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 97.00
    6. EDILBERT TANGONAN ABUNAGA, UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO 96.85
    6. SUNSEEHRAY ALESSANDRA CASIÑO BANAÑA, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 96.85
    6. ANGELICA JOI RIVERA CALEJA, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 96.85
    6. CHERRY MAY ROSETE MATEO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 96.85
    6. CHERRY MAGNO MORENO, MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 96.85
    6. RYAN TUBA NIEDO, UNIVERSITY OF EASTERN PHILIPPINES-CATARMAN 96.85
    6. JOHN ROSS LINABAN ROMANILLOS, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MAIN-STA. MESA 96.85
    7. MARY ROXANNE INFANTE AGLIPAY, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 96.65
    7. JAN JULIUS RAMOS CORDERO, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 96.65
    7. FERNANDO ANGELES DEL MUNDO, PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA 96.65
    7. JOSE LORENZO MARCELINO LABICCASI UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 96.65
    7. IAN CHRIS SUBALISID MEDENILLA, UNIVERSITY OF EASTERN PHILIPPINES-CATARMAN 96.65
    7. KENNETH JANN BONGOLAN ORBITO, SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 96.65
    7. RODANTE CRUZ TORRES, BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY (BULACAN COLL OF ARTS & TRADES) 96.65
    8. MARNIE BECIOS GIDUQUIO, UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 96.50
    8. KRISH EDWARD DENNIS JOSE MADARANG, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 96.50
    8. RIC CHESTER CASTRO NUQUI, DON HONORIO VENTURA COLLEGE OF ARTS & TRADES 96.50
    8. JAMES MICHAEL LACANARIA ONG, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 96.50
    8. JOHN PAUL GERUNDIO PASAOL, UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 96.50
    8. JOHN-REY TURALBA SANDAGON, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MAIN-STA. MESA 96.50
    9. ERICSON ALDABA CRUZ, BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY (BULACAN COLL OF ARTS & TRADES) 95.95
    10. KATHERINE ANN PALMAIRA PALERACIO, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 95.80

    Like

  3. @kuda, I’m afraid kailangan mong i-verify sa PRC yung score mo. Imagine kung ire-release sa broadsheet lahat ng scores, kawawa naman yung hindi ganun kataas ang scores.

    BTW, passing the Board exam is just the minimum requirement for Civil Engineers. You’ll not be remembered by the scores you got but by the feats you accomplished after the test.

    Like

  4. Congratulations to the topnotchers from B.U.:

    2. RAISA LLEUE MOLINA CURATIVO, BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 98.95

    3. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER ABELLON NIEBRES, BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 97.90

    3. ART REYNAN TURCO TROGO, BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 97.90

    Don’t know these guys but i’m proud & happy for them.

    Galing tlga ng mga taga B.U.! (I’m also from B.U., arki nga lng) heheh

    Like

  5. Our friend Charlemagne Abarca topped the recent CE Board exams (he’s number 4 on the list).

    My cousin Darryl Pagcaliwagan as well as Jason Palacio, Ralph Acierto and Juliet Sartillo also passed the said exam.

    Congrats to your friends and cousin…

    pero di po top-notcher yung Charlemagne Abarca. No. 4 po sya in the ALPHABETICAL LIST. hehe!

    Like

  6. @bong: hehehe…katuwaan lng po ung paglagay sakin jan kunwari nasa list of topnotchers hehehe although number 4 kung alphabetically arranged. hehehehe. the important thing is pumasa na. CONGRATULATIONS to the new civil engineers!

    Congrats to my fellow civil engrs. from UP DILIMAN and UP LOS BAÑOS. Napakagandang gift nito for our university centennial as well as for this coming Yuletide Season.

    It’s all about faith and perseverance. Prayers really do help a lot. Thank you for those who’ve prayed for me and God bless din. Salamat sa housemates ko dito sa 31G at sa Starbucks pipol ng Sykes-Q Ave. 🙂

    For those who did not make it, wag kayo madown. dagdagan pa aral and prayers. God has just prepared something better for you. Life doesn’t end here.

    Congratulations again and Happy Holidays! 🙂

    Like

  7. hey i want to congrats you all but d nxt licensure exam just look for my name ranfox now a name soon a legend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Like

  8. congratz engr.junry millar,engr.jogie plaza,engr.eunil cotiangco,engr.jonas restificar,engr.kyle gementiza,engr.ronnie sarong,engr.jayson melecio,engr.nel peter acebes & engr.arnel roluma.

    you did it a 100% excellency…

    Like

  9. cograts to CVSCAFT-TCC new civil engineers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    the nxt civil lincensure exam hope we will grab yhe first place!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    yehahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ^_6

    Like

  10. Ang galing tlaga ni Mr.Acebes for passsing da PMMA exam|!!!!!congratZzz!!!!idol ka nmin pre|!!!!!!!!!!!
    yeeeehhhhh; inuman naaahh!!!hohohohoh!!!

    Like

  11. Congratulations to: 2nd placer: Engr. J. Severo
    4th placer: Engr. J. Labaosas and

    Engr. E. Samar
    Engr. J. Torres
    Engr. S. Dela Cruz
    Engr. E. Chua
    Engr. A. Gumapal
    Engr. J. Zamora

    100% passed from CARLOS HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE-TALISAY CITY,NEGROS OCCIDENTAL The pioneer class in Engineering Department.We’re proud to be CHMSCians!!!Good luck for your career.

    Like

  12. I would like to extend my warmest greetings and congratulation to our 2nd placer Engr. Jason Modequillo Bodiongan of Mindanao State University were very proud of you. Ang galing mo Bro. You really absorb the teaching of Engr. Empig.
    Go MSU IIT GO!!!!!

    From :

    Elvis D. Lauron (Msu iit Alumni)and Fawas Abdul Asis Alho Khair Family
    KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

    Like

  13. Uragon Talaga kayong mga Taga BU maski kami taga Divine Word college at Ateneo saludo kami sa urag nindo, he he he! Keep it up! Inspration kayo ng mga taga ibang schools ng Bicol. God bless u! Congrats also to the teachers?

    Like

  14. I can’t believe examinees nowadays can hit this high score. Its almost perfect and in fairness to this individuals, they are very smart. I think its about time to change the whole procedure of the CE Licensure. Here in the US, you need to gain 5 years experience working under the supervision of a Professional Engineer before you qualify to take the PE exam. Before that, you need to pass FE (Fundamentals of Engineering) test first before you graduate. That’s probably the reason behind most Engineers here are very knowledgeable on their practice.

    Like

  15. @ Stallion: Exams, specifically given for CE, are not that competitive nowadays. Especially the November 2008 exam, it wasn’t that hard as expected (perfect scores are absolutely attainable). It would also be enlightening to know that there are indeed a lot errors given in the exam, be it typo, wrong statement of the question, or purely unavailability of correct answers on the given choices. I took the May 2009 exam and I can attest to those errors i’ve mentioned. It’s just sad to think that this actually happens almost everytime yet no proper actions have been taken. Also, for a given type of exam, where our professional license is at stake, I hope that they will also consider the venues of the exam. I took the exam in a private school gymnasium. It was like hell. How can one concentrate with that kind of condition. Lastly, surely the PRC releases it own list of cream of the crop but how can they justify the true essence of the ranking amidst all the irregularities in the questions per se?

    Btw, I’ve passed the exam. I just wanna share my sentiments about the experiences I’ve encountered. Congratulations to those all who passed! And to those who weren’t lucky enough, as what i’ve heard from the other examinees, “May and November will always exist.” Exam questions are basic, learn the fundamentals and wish yourselves a lot of luck! 😀

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s