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PRC: 6 pass chemical engineering licensure exams in Middle East

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Sep. 12, 19 | 9:01 am

Six examinees in the Middle East passed the chemical engineering licensure examination of the Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC).
 
The announcement of the board passers was made on Wednesday (September 11).
 
The Special Professional License Exams (SPLE) were conducted by the PRC in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; and in other locations in the Middle East last month.
 
The board passers are the following:
 
Abania, France Amor Olaño
Cabanatuan, Maricar Amoy
Castillo, Raphael Paulo Serios
Quesea, Marco Quebrata
Trumata, Leslie Tenoria
Vallejos, Decerie Joy Sapon
 
Meanwhile, 10 individuals have passed the psychometrician licensure exams also conducted in selected areas in the Middle East. 
 
The successful examinees are:
 
Arao, Juan Paolo Alviola
Ayaton, Maria Rebecca Castro
Cera, Cristeta Loygos
De Leon, Elizabeth Fernandez
Deluria, Richard Paolo Bustos
Guerra, Gayle Ann Aclan
Olino, Stephanie Gonzales
Pineda, Maryl Barbon
Tan, Ferdinand Iman
Villamin, Maureen Kim Robel

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