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OLFU graduate ranks Top 7 in PT board exam
February 15,2016

A graduate of Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU) was hailed as a topnotcher out of 912 examinees and 521 passers during the Physical Therapist Licensure Examination of February 2106.  Mr. Jungie O. Milanes, a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy graduate from OLFU Quezon City Campus placed Top 7 in the said licensure examination with a passing mark of 85.10%. 


This is the third year in a row that the College of Physical Therapy produced topnotchers in the PT board examination.  In 2014, Mr. Tyrone Pamiloza placed Top 7 while Mr. Jigo Domiel L. Salvador and Mr. Aljon S. Asuncion were ranked Top 2 and Top 10 in last year’s examination, respectively.


A total of 59 BSPT graduates from the three OLFU Campuses namely Valenzuela City, Quezon City and Antipolo City passed in this licensure examination.  These campuses also registered a high passing average of 72.73% (first timers) which is higher than the national passing rate of 57.13%


“Congratulations to Mr. Jungie O. Milanes of BSPT 2015 for garnering the 7th place in the recent PT Licensure exams. Your diligence, perseverance and determination as a student paved the way for you to achieve this goal. Thank you also to the PT faculty members and reviewers for their patience and hard work. We are proud of you and your achievement .Continue to strive for excellence. Rise to the top!”  These were the words of Dr. Mary Anne Santos, Dean of the College of Physical Therapy, for another excellent board performance of her College.


The whole OLFU community headed by Dr. Caroline Marian S. Enriquez, University President, would like to congratulate the latest topnotcher as well as all the board passers for this excellent board examination performance.  OLFU is truly the Home of Topnotchers!

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