A total of 1,579 or 57% of the 2,767 takers passed the customs brokers licensure examination given by the Professional Regulatory Board for Customs Brokers in November
This is the highest passing rate yet for the annual customs broker exam
Twenty-eight examinees garnered the top 10 highest rating during the 2023 CBLE
Trisha Marie Siy of Holy Cross of Davao College placed first with a rating of 91.5%
Adamson University was the top performing school with an 85.71% passing rate, followed by BSU-Batangas City with 81.41%, and Mabalacat City College with 81.16%
A total of 1,579 or 57% of the 2,767 takers passed the customs brokers licensure examination (CBLE) given by the Professional Regulatory Board for Customs Brokers (PRBCB) in National Capital Region, Cebu, and Davao this November, according to the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
This is the highest passing rate yet for the annual CBLE, according to PRBCB chairman Samuel Bautista. This year’s results were released on November 14, three working days after the last day of the examination, which were officiated by Bautista, and members Nenette T. Dagondon and Albert V. Cruz.
Twenty-eight examinees garnered the top 10 highest rating during the 2023 customs broker exam, with Trisha Marie Siy of Holy Cross of Davao College in first place with a rating of 91.5%.
Completing the top 10 are the following:
- Second place: Ivy Claire Tan, Gordon College, 91%
- Third place: Lester Alvior, Gordon College, 90.75%
- Fourth place: Maridette Louise Abanador, Gordon College; Gerard Andrei Villaseñor, Adamson University, 90.50%
- Fifth place: Gracel Marie Soriano, John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU)-Molo, 89.75%
- Sixth place: Kim Erandio, Gordon College; Ana Junella Joy Pastrana, Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU)-Manila, 89.50%
- Seventh place: Brandon King Albito, Adamson University; Judith Collado, Batangas State University (BSU)-Batangas City; Mark Joseph Mangmang, Holy Cross of Davao College, 89.25%
- Eight place: Janica Ann Mangitngit, University of Cebu; Chrysia Anthonette Marquez, BSU-Batangas City; Sweetney Villa Chris Matugas, University of Cebu-Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue; Jazzver Pangilinan, Gordon College; Alliah Aubrey Ramirez, LPU-Manila, 89%
- Ninth place: Richelle Amplogio, Gordon College; Chelsea Marie Castillo, Aklan State University-New Washington; Rikka Fenequito, JBLFMU-Molo; Hannah Dexie Macasaet, Asia Pacific College of Advanced Studies; Jose Miguel Pascual, Philippine Maritime Institute-Manila; Lalaine Rosario, LPU-Cavite, 88.75%
- Tenth place: Karl Roy Gonza, Philippine Christian University-Manila; Erick Reyes, Gordon College; John Edison Reyes, Asian Institute of Maritime Studies; Jerald Rojero, Trece Martires City College; Emmanuelle Sarona, University of Cebu; Keith Sumagaysay, DMMA College of Southern Philippines
Adamson University was the top performing school with an 85.71% passing rate, followed by BSU-Batangas City with 81.41%, and Mabalacat City College with 81.16%.
The oathtaking ceremony will be on December 15, according to Bautista.
PRC noted that registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card and Certificate of Registration will be done online on December 28-29, 2023, January 2-5, and 8-12, 2024. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals, PRC added. – Roumina Pablo