Now she can already thoroughly deal my teeth. Yay!
Out of 802 who reviewed, only 264 of them passed! And to think of it my sister, Merry Sharon Carnice-Diabo, was just some little more points away to be listed on the Top Ten! Now that’s a feat.
Well, here’s the rest of the good news from Manila Bulletin Online.
264 pass licensure exam for dentists
The successful examinees who garnered the 10 highest places are Maria Jacinta Rosario Hernandez Romero of the University of the Philippines (UP)-Manila who got a rating of 83.79 percent; Sharie Ivy Liao Tan of Centro Escolar University (CEU)-Manila, with 83.58 percent rating; Joanna Joy Ngo Chiu, UP-Manila, 83.45 percent; Jedrek Lenci Sy Ho, CEU-Manila, 83.01 percent; Liezl Diana Tam Guong,CEU-Manila, 82.85 percent; Sheila Anne Ducusin Leonor, UP-Manila, 82.84 percent; Ryan Salvacion Soriano, CEU-Manila, 82.84; Irene Maye Dumlao Rodriguez, UP-Manila, 82.42; Clarence Clair Christina Kalimpo Ngo, CEU-Manila, 81.99; Karla Patricia Buenaventura Camello, UP-Manila, 81.79; and John Michael Torres Ramirez, University of the East-Manila, 81.60.
On the Board of Dentistry are Dr. Maria Teresa De Jesus-Amador, chairman, and Dr. Rosita Canlas-Nisce and Dr. Norma Reyes-Ayap, members.
The oath-taking ceremony of the successful examinees in the said examination as well as the previous ones who have not taken their Oath of Professional will be held before the Board on Monday, July 9, at 1 p.m. at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza, CCP Complex, Pasay City.
Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.
Registration for membership with the Philippine Dental Association will start on Monday, June 18.