(Jan 2021) MedTech RESULTS: Medical Technologist Board Exam Passers

Congratulations to the new Registered Medical Technologists (RMT)!

Did you pass the Medical Technologist Board Exam held last January 21-22, 2021? Wonder no more. Find out if you or someone you know is now a registered MedTech by viewing the list of passers below.

UPDATE (January 2021): The Medical Technologist (Med Tech) Board Exam Results are being finalized and will be released soon! Scroll below to view the complete List of Passers, Topnotchers, and Best Performing Schools as released by the PRC (Professional Regulation Commission)!

Looking for a MedTech job? Check out job vacancies and job opportunities here in the Philippines and abroad. Just scroll down to the “Job Vacancy for Medical Technologists” section below. Good luck!

Make sure you like the Board Exam Results Facebook page to receive updates and announcements related to the Medical Technologist (MedTech) Licensure Exam results!

Reminders for New Board Exam Passers

If you successfully passed the board exam, congratulations! If you’re wondering what you’re supposed to do next, check out our useful guide so you can:

(1) register to get your new PRC ID;

(2) verify your rating to check your exam score online; or

(3) find a job for MedTechs in the Philippines and abroad! (to check out job vacancies and expected salary, head over to “Job Vacancy for MedTechs” section below)

Registration and Oath-Taking for MedTech Exam Passers

The registration for the issuance of your PRC ID and Certificate of Registration will be announced soon. Take note that this will be done online via the PRC Online LERIS system. If you want a detailed step-by-step guide on how to register to get a PRC ID online, just click here.

Although registration will be conducted online, you are still required to appear personally and to be physically present to sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals. Make sure you bring the following requirements with you when you personally register:

  1. Duly-accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal (which you can download after completing the PRC online registration above);
  2. Notice of Admission (for identification only);
  3. Two (2) pieces passport-size pictures (colored with white background and complete name tag);
  4. Two (2) sets of documentary stamps (doc stamps); and
  5. One (1) piece short brown envelope.

Regarding the oath-taking ceremony for MedTech passers, the date and venue is still TBA (To Be Announced). Stay tuned and wait for further notice by liking and following the PRC Exam Results Facebook page.

If you did not pass the Medical Technologist Board Exam

If you unfortunately did not pass, it’s OK! Just consider this a minor setback for now. Keep your head up and try again in the succeeding exam. You’ll make it next time and you’ll become a MedTech soon, don’t worry!

Follow the guide here if you want to find out How to Register for the next PRC Board Exam.

Do you want to know the score you got in the exam? Follow the instructions in this article on Medical Technology board exam rating verification. Take note that it might take a few days before the PRC will complete uploading all exam scores so if you can’t find your score yet, just return to the page at a later time.

If you will be taking the exam as a repeater, conditional passer, or for removals, here are some tips we compiled to help you finally ace the exam and become a MedTech soon!

Practical Tips to Pass the MedTech Board Exam

Looking for useful and practical tips in preparation for your board exam review? Here you go:

  • Tip #1: Make a wise decision regarding enrolling in a review center.
  • Tip #2: Trust your instincts regarding the correct answer.
  • Tip #3: Go through all your notes for the first batch of exams.
  • Tip #4: Never underestimate the recall questions.
  • Tip #5: Stop the all-nighter review.

Read these useful tips in more detail in our awesome list of Tips to Pass the Medical Technology Board Exam.

Topnotchers: MedTech Board Exam (Jan 2021)

Congratulations to the top placers in the January 2021 MedTech Board Exam! The complete list of topnotchers is as follows.

* List of Top 10 Passers now being finalized and will be posted here soon. Stay tuned!

Best Performing Schools: MedTech Board Exam (Jan 2021)

Which schools had the highest passing rates in the recently concluded exam? Check out the list below of the best performing schools:

* List of Best Performing Schools currently being finalized and will be posted here soon. Stay tuned!

Complete List of Passers: MedTech Board Exam (Jan 2021)

Want to find out if you or someone you know is now a MedTech?

Simply scroll below to search for the name or press “Ctrl+F” on your keyboard or use the “Find in Page” function in your browser. Congrats if you passed the exam!

Official List of Passers (Source: PRC)
Held on January 20-21, 2021
Released on January 2021

* Complete list of passers currently being finalized and will be posted here soon! Wait for further updates by liking the Board Exam Results Facebook page!

Job Vacancy for Medical Technologists in the Philippines

Now that you’ve passed the MedTech exam, you’re probably considering to take a job soon as a MedTech.

To help you get started, we compiled below some related job vacancies posted in various job websites in the Philippines. This list is intended to give you an idea of the qualifications, job description, and salary associated with a Medical Technologist job.

Happy job hunting!

Job Title: Medical Technologist II

  • Company: Office of the Municipal Health
  • Location: LGU-Cantilan, Surigao del Sur
  • Salary: Php 30,531.00 per month
  • Documents:
    • 1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph;
    • 2. Performance rating in the last rating period (if applicable);
    • 3. Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/rating/license; and
    • 4. Photocopy of Transcript of Records.
  • QUALIFIED APPLICANTS are advised to hand in or send through courier/email their application to:
      Cantilan, Surigao del Sur
  • Source: Civil Service Commission

Job Title: Medical Technologist

  • Company: Perpetual Help Medical Center
  • Location: Biñan City
  • Job Description: Medical technologists work in all areas of the lab, including immunology, microbiology, genetics, histology, hematology, chemistry, toxicology, blood banking and more.
  • Qualifications:
    • 4 year Bachelor’s degree of Medical Technology
    • With PRC license
    • Experience: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Source: Indeed.com.ph Philippines

Job Title: Medical Technologist

  • Company: Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
  • Location: Sta. Mesa, Manila
  • Salary: Php 20,000 to Php 30,000 per month
  • Job Description: Medical Technologist is responsible in providing information for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease by conducting medical laboratory test, procedures, experiments and analyses.
  • Qualifications:
    • With Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology
    • Registered Medical Technologist
    • Willing to work in Manila
  • Source: Indeed.com.ph Philippines

Job Title: Medical Technologist

  • Company: Nephro Group Dialysis Centers
  • Location: Caloocan, Calabarzon
  • Qualifications:
    • Candidates must be a licensed Medical Technologist
    • Amenable to work in Caloocan City
    • With at least 6 months of experience as Med Tech but FRESH GRADUATES are welcome to apply
  • Source: Jora Philippines

Job Opportunities for Medical Technologists Abroad

If you’re looking instead to work abroad as a Med Tech, we’ve also got information for you below. Here are sample job opportunities, with compensation details, in foreign locations.

Job Title: Medical Technologist

  • Location: Qatar
  • Qualifications:
    • Female
    • 21 Years Old and Above
    • Minimum of 3 Years Experience
    • Filipino
    • At Least Prof’l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof’l License Exam)
  • Source: Jora Philippines

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