Criminologist Board Exam Result October 2014: 12,245 passers, 2 girls in the Top 10

Criminologist Board Exam Result for October 2014 has been made available via the official website of Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Wednesday, November 26, 2014. The results came out 26 working days after the Board of Criminology conducted the licensure exam in 13 cities in the country.

A total of 28,187 Criminology graduates took the board exam, but only 12,245 of them passed. That results to a passing percentage of 43.44%, which is lower than last year's 45.27%, but still a lot higher than 2012's 32.17%.

Congratulations to all the passers, most especially to 2 passers I know: Leonel Barde and Rocky Opiana, from Naga College Foundation (NCF). These two are among their school's 107 new passers, 98 of whom are first-timers.

Leonel Mira Barde and Rocky Rebellon Opiana from Naga City (credit to Naga College Foundation / Criminology NCF Facebook / Mr. Bong Bartilet)

"Thank you Lord..worth it ang mga sacrifices ko during the review..I made it! Passer na ako..thank you sa family ko, sa friends ko, at sa lahat ng mga tumulong sakin. To the NCF Criminal Justice Education Department (CJED), thank you!," Barde posted in his Facebook account the moment he received the good news.

Got the chance to talk to Opiana via Facebook last night and he told me that passing the board feels like he has just won another championship.

Barde and Opiana also happen to be among the best basketball players in Naga City. A month ago, their team, NCF Tigers, has captured the city's inter-collegiate basketball league championship for the 3rd straight year and Barde was named as Most Valuable Player also for 3 years in a row.


Christian Jimena Corpuz from Pagadian City is board topnotcher. (taken from his Facebook account)

The board topnotcher in the October 2014 Criminologist Board Exam was Christian Corpuz from Pagadian Capitol College with a grade of 90.15 and he's followed closely by Manuel L. Quezon University's Artemio Burce I with 90.10.

In a Facebook chat, Corpuz told me he just wanted to pass and never expected to be the topnotcher. "Nasorpresa talaga ako. Nahirapan talaga ako sa exam, pero ginawa ko best ko kasi aim ko talaga na isang beses lang mag-take, kahit pumasa lng. Pagkatapos ng exam, pass or fail lang talaga nasa isip ko. God is so good talaga po. . . thank you."

In 3rd was Jervis Allen Ramos, 89.95, while Renante Aluad Jr was 4th with 89.80, both graduated from Universidad de Manila.

Vience Villanueva from Cordillera Career Development College got 89.65, good for 5th, John Michael Dionisio from the Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela took 6th with 89.55, while 7th Place was shared by Julius Ceasar Calumina (Cordillera Career Development College), Frederick Icaro (Laguna State Polytechnic Univ. - San Pablo City) and Jem Vincent Pacaldo (Univ. of Cebu), all having 89.55 grade. 8th Placer was Mark Joseph Virgilio from Davao Oriental State College of Science & Technology) with 89.40.

Catherine Reyes (Christian Polytechnic Institute of Catanduanes), 89.10, and Aileen Genovaña (Western Philippines Univ. - Puerto Princesa), 88.95, are the only female in the Top 10, ranked 9th and 10th respectively. Last year, there were no girls in the Top 10. -

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