The Result of May 2018 Chemical Engineers (ChemEng) Licensure Examination.
MANILA, Philippines – The result of May 2018 Chemical Engineers (ChemEng) Board Exam also known as Chemical Engineers Licensure Examination is expected to be released online. Once it becomes available, the full list of passers, top 10 (top notchers), top performing and performance of schools is posted here.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) together with the Professional Regulatory Board of Chemical Engineering conducted the Chemical Engineers examination on May 23 Wednesday), 24 (Thursday) and 25 (Friday), 2017 in PRC testing area of Manila and Cebu.
List of Passers: May 2018 Chemical Engineers Board Exam Result
List of Top Passers: May 2018 Chemical Engineers Board Exam Result
Top Performing & Performance of Schools: May 2018 Chemical Engineers Board Exam Result
Verification of Rating, Schedule of Registration & Oath Taking
DATE OF RELEASE
Based on the PRC Resolution No. 2017-1068 Series of 2017, entitled “Schedule of Licensure Examination for the Year 2018”, the target release date for the result of May 2018 Chemical Engineers Board Exam will be on May 29, 2018. However, the result may be released earlier or later without prior notice.
The three (3) days chemical engineer examination covered the following topics:
Physical and Chemical Principles (General Inorganic Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry; Biochemical Engineering. and Environmental Engineering.)
Chemical Engineering Principles (Chemical Engineering Calculations, Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics; Reaction Kinetics, Unit Operations; Chemical Process Industries, Plant design; and Instrumentation and Process Control).
General Engineering, Ethics, and Contracts (Mathematics, Physics; Engineering Mechanics; Strength of Materials; Engineering Economics; and laws; Contracts and Ethics).
PREVIOUS EXAM RESULTS
PRC stated that 627 out of 942 passed the ChemEng Examination last November 2017 given in Manila & Cebu testing area. See the full list of passers
Graduates of University of Saint La Salle and UP – Visayas – Iloilo City got the highest score in the said examination with the garnered score of 84.60. See the list of top 10 passers
Also, the authority declared the UP – Diliman, UP – Los Baños and UST respectively as top performing schools. See the complete details of top performing & performance of schools
The members of the Board of Chemical Engineering who gave the licensure examination are Engr. Ofelia V. Bulaong, Chairman; Engr. Jeffrey G. Mijares and Engr. Cyd P. Aguilera, Members.
With a total of 310 out of 561 passed the Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination given by the Board of Chemical Engineering in Manila and Cebu this May 2017. See the complete list of passers
University of San Carlos (USC) alum led the said examination, He is Wayne Lorenz Bagano Tandingan, scored 85.20%. See the full list of top passers
De La Salle University (DLSU-Manila) declared as top performing schools in the aforementioned examination with passing rate of 94.12%. See the complete list of top performing & performance of schools
Last November of 2016, a total of 534 out of 918 passed the Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination given by the Board of Chemical Engineering in Manila and Cebu. The result was released two (2) working days after the last day of examination.
PRC declared the University of the Philippines (UP-Diliman) as top performing schools in the said examination results with passing rate of 95.71 percent. Followed by UP-Los Baños with 90.20 percent.
A graduate of De La Salle University (DLSU-Manila), who successfully got the highest placed in the chemical engineers’ examination. He is Clarence Joseph Uy Co with the score of 85.50%. See the full list of top passers
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Source: PRC News