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College of Pharmacy shows exemplary results in July 2011 Licensure Exams
Date Posted: Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU) College of Pharmacy showed exemplary results at the June 2011 licensure examinations as forty students passed the exam and received an over-all passing rate of 89%.

These new pharmacists took their oath of profession before the board of pharmacy on August 1, 1:00 pm at the Fiesta Pavilion, Manila Hotel, One Rizal Park, Roxas Boulevard, Manila

In recognition of this achievement, a testimonial dinner was held on the same day, at the Shangri- La restaurant in Quezon City where Dean Olive de Vera congratulated the new registered pharmacists for their feat.

Maria Kristina Cudiamat, Nicole Andrea De Guzman, Ma. Lovella Anne Dalit, Shier Joyce Lapuz, Dion Railon Marquez and Fe Cherryl Martinez also recounted their trials, their mixed excitement, fear and anticipation during the preparations for the exam and feeling of accomplishment and relief after the results was released.

The complete list of OLFU’s new registered pharmacists is as follows: Luvimen Acuña, Edmarie Janine Antonio, Maria Jaselle Averia, Dan Lester Bacalzo, Teresa May Bandiola, Sharina Balagbis, Mharica Barrientos, Maria Concepcion Bognot, Ronald Jayvee Creus, Deborah Sarah Cruz, Maria Kristina Cudiamat, Ma Lovella Anne Dalit, Nichole Andrea De Guzman, Anna May Dela Peña, Erminda Ereje, Marychielle Escritor, Maryrose Fatima Estrella, Winnie Evangelista, Carla Joy Galang, Glaiza Ignacio, Ezekiel Javier, Geraldine Lago, Shier Joyce Lapuz, Neil Christopher Macaspac, Dion Railon Marquez, Fe Cherryl Martinez, Michelle Martinez, Jane Fern Miranda, Lilinette Pagdilao, Kathleene Mae Razon, Vanessa Reyes, Alindahaw Ricablanca, Mary Rose Rosadiño, Sarah Jane Santos, Ivy Joy Ignacio Siasoco, Cherrie Joy Sio, Merissa Tamayo, Jenelyn Umali, Darlyn Joy Villanueva, Jose Miguel Zapata.

Out of 1, 472 board takers, only 790 or 54% passed the licensure examinations.

Rise to the Top!

The New Pharmacists with College Dean, Olive De Vera