(June 2014) NLE Nursing Board Exam Results



Update June 27, 2014: Results of the May 2014 Nursing Licensure Exam (NLE) are posted here.

A total of 11,225 examinees out of 29,188 takers passed the nursing board exam administered by the Board of Nursing last month.

Update August 20, 2011: Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE) Results – July 2011

The results of the July 2011 Nursing Board Exam have been released. The passing rate was 47.78%, with more than 37,513 out of 78,513 examinees passing the board.

Jomel Garcia Lapides of UP Manila topped the exam with a score of 88.40%. Hazel Crisostomo and Beverly Ong, both from the University of Santo Tomas (UST), were tied at 2nd place with a rating of 87.40%.

Three (3) nursing schools in the country — Cebu Normal University, West Visayas State University La Paz, and UP Manila — registered a 100% passing rate. Rounding up the Top 10 Performing Schools are:

  • 2. UST – 99.79% passing rate
  • 3. Trinity University of Asia, Quezon City – 99.74%
  • 4. Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing and Liberal Arts – 99.71%
  • 5. St. Paul University Iloilo – 99.22%
  • 6. St. Paul University Dumaguete – 99.04%
  • 7. Saint Louis University – 98.50%
  • 8. UERMMMC – 98.13%
  • 9. Mindanao State University Iligan – 97.92%
  • 10. DLSU Health Sciences Institute – 97.80%

Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE) Results – December 2010

The Board of Nursing (BON) and the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) have released the list of the December 2010 Nursing Board Passers. Around 29,711 out of 84,287 examinees that took the December 2010 Nursing Board Exam passed, according to the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC). The passing rate is 35.26%.

Top 5 Placers:

  1. Weanne Myrrh Estrada – Adventist University of the Philippines (Silang, Cavite), 88.40%
  2. Mary Grace Rallo – Central Luzon Doctors’ Hospital Educational Institution, 86.80%
  3. Maria Kristina Bicas – Saint Louis University, 86.60
  4. Vanessa Elumbaring – Saint Mary’s College (Tagum) and Kimberly Malubago – Southern Luzon State University (Lucban)
  5. Jessa Lorraine Andalan – Xavier University

Top 10 Best Performing Nursing Schools (based on passing rate):

  1. Saint Paul University (100% passing rate)
  2. Xavier University in Cagayan (98.48%)
  3. Saint Paul-Tuguegarao (98.45%)
  4. New Era University (98.04%)
  5. Pamantasan ng Lungson ng Maynila (97.45%)
  6. University of Saint Louis-Tugegarao (94.81%)
  7. Siliman University (94.18%)
  8. Southern Luzon State University-Lucban (91.67%)
  9. Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation (91.39%)
  10. San Pedro College-Davao City (89.67%)

Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE) Results – July 2010

August 27, 2010 – The results of the July 2010 Philippines Nurse Licensure Examination has been released. More than 37,679 out of 91,008 takers passed the exam — a 41.40% passing rate.

Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE) Results – November 2009

A total of 37, 527 out of 94,462 examinees passed the Nursing Exam in the Philippines held on November 2009. This translates to a passing rate of 39.73%, lower compared to the previous passing rates as seen below.

Clarie Morales Bontol of Iligan Medical Center College topped the exam with a score of 87.80%. Bryan Noel Cueto Asis of Lyceum of Batangas is second with 87.60% while Dickson Araza Laude of St. Scholastica’s College of Health Sciences-Tacloban is in third place with 87.00%.

Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE) Results – June 2009

Around 42% of all examinees in the June 2009 Nursing Exam in the Philippines passed the board exam.

A total of 32,617 out of 77,901 passed the Nurse Licensure Examination, with Golda Manto Yap of the Felipe R. Verallo Memorial Foundation in Cebu topping the exams with a score of 86.80%.

Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE) Results – November 2008

Around 39,455 out of 88,649 examinees that took the November 2008 Nursing Board Exam passed, according to the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC). The passing rate is 44.51%. Jovie Ann Alawas Decoyna of Baguio Central University topped the Nursing Board Exam with 89.00%.

Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE) Results – June 2007

Of the 64,909 takers, who included first-timers, repeaters and voluntary “retakers,” 31,275 — or 48% — passed the exam given by the Professional Regulation Commission’s Board of Nursing (BON).

The Top 10 placers are:

#1:

  • DARLYN LUBANG CHUTUAPE (OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-VALENZUELA) – 88.00

#2:

  • ROMEO CARANDANG PANGILINAN DE OCAMPO (MEMORIAL COLLEGES) – 87.80

#3:

  • PIERRE CREED GARIN FLORENDO (MOUNTAIN VIEW COLLEGE) – 87.20
  • MONA LISA UY PUA (CHINESE GENERAL HOSPITAL COLLEGE OF NURSING & LIBERAL ARTS) – 87.20

#4:

  • JAYSON LIBAO CO (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 87.00
  • JEMIE SERRANO KOON (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 87.00

#5:

  • IVY JOY TUGAS CASIS (DE LOS SANTOS COLLEGE – DELOS SANTOS SCHOOL OF NURSING) – 86.80
  • JUNDELL ANDRADE CASTARDO (UNIVERSITY OF CEBU) – 86.80
  • MICHELLE ANCHO CORPUS (SAINT DOMINIC SAVIO COLLEGE) – 86.80
  • MEL ANTONETTE MENDOZA LUCERO (BATAAN POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE-BALANGA) – 86.80
  • MARK RODELIO MACARAEG MARCOS (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.80
  • MA. PRISCILLE TUBIANOSA OGENA (BICOL UNIVERSITY-TABACO) – 86.80
  • SHALYMAR SANTIAGO ZABALA (UNIVERSITY OF LUZON – LUZON COLL.) – 86.80

#6:

  • NICOLE JAN ARROJADO CABRERA (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.60
  • CECILIA ARCEO DACANAY (BAGUIO CENTRAL UNIVERSITY) – 86.60
  • JULIE ANNE PAULE PINEDA (OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-VALENZUELA) – 86.60
  • AYNNE TUMOLVA TAGUBA (SOUTHEAST ASIAN COLLEGE-UDMC) – 86.60
  • YASMIN MICHELLE DE RAMOS UMALI (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.60

#7:

  • IMELDA TERESITA PASIA CELESTINO (PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF HEALTH & SCIENCES) – 86.40
  • PATRIUSS DIONISIO CRUZ (FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA) – 86.40
  • HILARIOUS EVANGELISTA DE JESUS (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.40
  • LEAH TUPINO QUIJANCE (SAINT DOMINIC SAVIO COLLEGE) – 86.40
  • CLAUDINE MARIE LLAVE RENIEDO (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.40
  • DANIELLE RITZ ESCOPETE SHALA (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.40
  • HAIDEE ALEJANDRO WASAN (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.40

#8:

  • MA. AZUCENA LACSON ABELLA (WEST NEGROS COLLEGE) – 86.20
  • RAYMUND JOHN YELO ANG (UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE) – 86.20
  • HANNI MAE SIBUCAO DADUYO (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.20
  • BREN LESTER VILLAFUERTE ISIP (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.20
  • ONELIA RUBY CATALUÑA JOSE (DR. YANGA’S FRANCISCO BALAGTAS COLLEGE) – 86.20
  • APRIL CANDY UY YAP KONG (CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY-CEBU STATE COLLEGE) – 86.20
  • JAIMIE RIZZA SANTOS MISLANG (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.20
  • HAPPY LYNN TO ONG (CHINESE GENERAL HOSPITAL COLLEGE OF NURSING & LIBERAL ARTS) – 86.20
  • SANTONIN DUARTE YU (UNIVERSITY OF CEBU IN LAPULAPU & MANDAUE) – 86.20

#9:

  • MAE AILEEN VALDEZ AGUSTIN (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.00
  • ARIAN JOY OLIVA ANDONG (CENTRO ESCOLAR UNIVERSITY-MANILA) 86.00
  • TRACY JOANNA ANARCON BIAZON (MANILA DOCTORS COLLEGE) – 86.00
  • FLORENCIA CAMPOS CAMPOS (ARRIESGADO COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.) – 86.00
  • MICHAEL LOUISE ALPUERTO CERVANTES (CEBU CITY MEDICAL CENTER-CEBU CITY GENERAL HOSPITAL) – 86.00
  • DIVINA ZUERTE PASETES DIOMAMPO (PINES CITY COLLEGE-PCEC) – 86.00
  • MARK DAVID DE GUZMAN FRANCISCO (OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-VALENZUELA) – 86.00
  • MA. ASUNCION QUITO HIPOLITO (PERPETUAL HELP COLLEGE OF MANILA) – 86.00
  • JENNIELYN ONG NUEZ (VELEZ COLLEGE) – 86.00
  • ANNE CHRISTINE AGLIPAY REBADULLA (DR. YANGA’S FRANCISCO BALAGTAS COLLEGE) – 86.00
  • FROILA BAGTING REYES (MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIV. FOUNDATION LUCENA CITY) – 86.00
  • CARIELLE JOY VINGNO RIO (CENTRAL PHILIPPINE UNIVERSITY) – 86.00
  • VANESSA LUCAS SANTOS (FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA) – 86.00
  • BRIAN MARTIN CHUA TAN (VELEZ COLLEGE) – 86.00
  • MARIA REGINA MERZA TIRU (UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS) – 86.00
  • JEWEY ANN REGNER TORREFRANCA (SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY) – 86.00
  • MARIA CHRISTABELLE MENDOZA VINARAO (MANILA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY-CALOOCAN CITY) – 86.00
  • MAUREEN MANALANG ZABALA (OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-VALENZUELA) – 86.00

#10:

  • KINO XANDRO GONZALES ANUDDIN (ATENEO DE ZAMBOANGA) – 85.80
  • FRANCO ASUNCION BAIÑGAN (ARELLANO UNIVERSITY-MANILA) – 85.80
  • MARIE JOY GUNDRAN BORDEOS (MANILA DOCTORS COLLEGE) – 85.80
  • GILBERT CALZADA ENDRIGA (VELEZ COLLEGE) – 85.80
  • ROANNE MANZON MENDOZA (FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA) – 85.80
  • CYRUS MAN GONZAGA PAALISBO (SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY) – 85.80
  • MARY ANNE REAL REYNES (RIVERSIDE COLLEGE) – 85.80
  • CRYSTAL GAYLE GUINTO SARMIENTO (DEE HWA LIONG COLLEGE FOUNDATION) – 85.80
  • CHERYL ROQUE VILLANUEVA (MANILA DOCTORS COLLEGE) – 85.80

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59 thoughts on “(June 2014) NLE Nursing Board Exam Results”

  1. We will soon take the board exam. get ready!!! we will invade the plot of topnotchers,,,hehehe (university of perpetual help system-isabela campus)….

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  2. congrats sa mga nakapasa sa june 2007 n.l.e and gud luck din sa mga makakapasa for december 2007 board exam… just want to ask, paano ba makakapasa ng board exam? hehehehe..im about to take the june board 2008 board exam and hopefully sana makakapasa…

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  3. well its not about if one of your schoolmate toped or made it to the top 10. the more that matters is the mortality of everyone who took the board exam.. coz… not everyone could pass… ahemmm… i take pride for those who are top performing schools… sana marami pa kayong maipasa na hindi lang gifted but those students na trainable naman…

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  4. Hello, ask ko lang if kelan kaya talaga marerelease ang lisencia ng mga DEC. 2007 NLE board Passer.Please lang kasi super makainip ng maghintay! Tapos n naman ang June 2008 NLE, sana magrelease n sila sa Baguio ng mga Lisencia namin!

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  5. maawa naman na sana sila sa amin kasi di kami makapagmove on. wala pa kasi kaming hawak na lisencia kaya di pa me makapagwork sa hospital. please lang pakiasikaso naman na iyan. thanks!!!!

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  6. hay daming nursing… pag graduate wala namang trabaho… yari kyo konti lang kukunin sa batch nyo mga 30% of examinees lang kaya galingan nyo

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  7. god bless to all of us who took the November 29-30 2008 PNLE…. we can do this guys…. continue praying… SAN PEDRO COLLEGE (Davao).. kaya po natin to!

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  8. …elow guys.. to all hu took the PNLE NOV. 2008…Good luck to all of us..i know God will grant what our heart desire..just continue praying and believe in Him…we did our part and He will do the rest..GOD BLESS TO ALL OF US…TC…100% MERGE babies…GO GO GO TOPNOTCHERS of GENERAL SANTOS DOCTORS’ MEDICAL SCHOOL.

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  9. guys there are some rumors that the results will be out by January 25… dunno if that’s true.. well sna nga! i’m too tired of waiting.. ='(

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  10. hahaha,, insecure ka lng ya kherrys or kaye or whatever..
    at i finished the course!! eh,, ikw? 1st yr 1st semester lng,,
    kakahiya,,kahuluya!!!
    hahha
    bhleeehhh!!!

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  11. so andrea?did u pass???hehehehhe
    beter luck next time if u have money to take the exam next time poor you:(insecure me???
    ahai dba haus nyo sa kilid dalan? why dont you check our house my accont
    1st year 1st sem hu told u? oh i know inscure thats the perfect word for u.check ur status first lol
    laundry girl!!!
    bleeeeee:P

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  12. whatever, kahit sino pa ang top jan pareparehas lng nman kayo magiging taga-punas ng tae wahahahah ahihihihi nyahahah

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  13. wtf!!! pls guys if u wanna post something here pls try to check if ur f***kn’ grammar is right… and stop this non sense opinions… these people top the boards so what…they r good and they deserve it..

    anyways, i’m happy i passed… 😀

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  14. goodluck nmn kay cabuhat beverly joyce! neng it take years bago k nkapasa .. hehehe napud2 ba.??infairness may utak k din pla., sa kbila ng lahat.. panu mo nalabas ung kodigo mo.?? hahaha buti nmn npatunayan mo ung yabang mo n ipinagmamalaki mo pa!..khit gnun ktagal..aja! Go Go.. strive harder and scratcH harder baby!

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    • tangna cno k ba????? at hnd it takes taer ang pagkapasa ko gago at talagang my utak ako kahit ayoko maging nurse.. ikaw ba meron???

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  15. congratulations sa mga nakapasa!!you have just surpass the most crucial step….
    this will be the beginning of another challenge…kaya nyu yan!!
    sa mga non-board passers, dont lose hope, this is not the end of your professional journey…
    magtake ulit kau ng exam, wag sumuko!!and believe in your self!! those more than four years in college should not be wasted!!
    go!mabuhay kaung lahat!!
    hehehe!!pasenxa na frustrated nurse aq eh(jeje)…haaay…

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      • Life goes on pa din sa mga di nakapasa, Magtake na lang ulit cila madami pang exam ang darating. Don’t lose hope, hope dies last. If you lose hope, you lose everything.” 🙂

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      • Life goes on pa din sa mga di nakapasa, Magtake na lang ulit cila madami pang exam ang darating. Don’t lose hope, hope dies last. If you lose hope, you lose everything.” 🙂

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  17. This was the result in the year 2007 when i got passed in the nursing exams at Philippines….Today i accidentally found this post….and it too brings those happy moments back in my eyes…

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  18. weird. Kahit isa, walang galling sa UP. Good choice sa mga iskolar ng bayan. Nursing is a noble profession, but other courses would be more meaningful these days, with the given numbers of students who took nursing because of the common knowledge that this was due to the desire to work abroad. And that is unlikely for a ‘iskolar ng bayan’ being subsidized by peoples taxes. They had to serve the country first, pay their debt to the people before going out of the country.

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