Issue of July 7, 2019
Mt. Province
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June 2019 Criminology exam results released
by Press release

The Professional Regulation Commission and the Professional Regulatory Board of Criminology have released the results of the June 9 to 11 licensure examination for criminologists.

Nationwide, 7,998 out of 20,797 examinees or 38.47 percent passed the examination.

The results of examination with respect to seven examinees were withheld pending final determination of their liabilities under the rules and regulations governing licensure examination.

Pursuant to PRC Resolution 2004-223 dated July 19, 2004, results of examinations are final and request for reconsideration of failing grades is not allowed. 

In the Cordillera, 1,180 out of 2,356 or 50.08 percent of the examinees passed the examination.

The top performing schools in the region are University of the Cordilleras with all of its 101 examinees passing the exam. University of Baguio ranked third with 48 (82.27 percent) out of the 55 examinees passing the exam.

Examinees from the region who are in the top 10 are Claire Rufino (UB) in fourth place with a rating of 89.85 percent and Shiela Rose Ann Balangue (UC) in eighth place with a rating of 89.30 percent.

Registration of license is ongoing. Log on to or and follow instructions for initial registration.

Those who will register are required to bring the online-generated oath form, notice of admission or valid ID, two pieces passport-sized pictures (colored with white background and complete with name tag), and two sets of documentary stamps.

Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the roster of registered professionals.

Professional ID cards will be issued during the oath-taking ceremonies. The schedule and venue of the oath-taking ceremonies shall be posted at

For verification of grades/ratings, visit, using your application number.

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