PRC OTLE Results Released: June 2024 Occupational Therapists Licensure Examination

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This announcement highlights the challenging nature of the exam and the dedication needed to succeed in the occupational therapy field. Noteworthy among the educational institutions is the University of the Philippines – Manila, which demonstrated outstanding performance with a flawless 100 percent pass rate. This accomplishment emphasizes the university's exceptional education and training standards, setting a benchmark for others to strive for.

Regarding individual achievements, Charlie Niere of Davao Doctors College Inc. emerged as the top performer, achieving an impressive score of 82 percent. Following closely were Dio-Anna Libang from the University of Perpetual Help System – Laguna with 80.80 percent and Loise Olimba from Davao Doctors College Inc. with 80.40 percent. These top achievers represent the dedication and determination essential for success in the demanding occupational therapy field.

The exam, conducted from June 3 to 4, assessed the knowledge, skills, and competence of aspiring occupational therapists, ensuring that only the most qualified individuals obtain licensure. The PRC announced that details about the oath-taking ceremony for successful candidates will be revealed later, marking their official entry into the profession.

For those interested in viewing the full list of successful candidates, additional information is available on the PRC's official platforms. This milestone not only commemorates the accomplishments of the passers but also serves as a testament to the commitment and hard work required to excel in occupational therapy.


The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) recently disclosed that out of the 342 candidates who undertook the Occupational Therapists Licensure Examination administered by the Interim Board of Occupational Therapy in N. C. R., Cebu, and Davao in June 2024, only 123 successfully passed, indicating the stringent standards of the assessment and the commitment required to excel in this specialized field.

The Interim Board of Occupational Therapy, under the esteemed leadership of Hon. Eduardo R. Peregrino, Jr. as Chairman, along with Hon. Delia R. Pabalan and Hon. Rolland Lyle D. Duque as Members, meticulously oversaw the examination process to ensure its fairness and integrity. The results of the examination were promptly released within two working days from the conclusion of the exams, reflecting the efficiency and transparency of the board's operations.

Commencing from June 25, 2024, the registration process for obtaining the Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be facilitated online through the official PRC website at www.prc.gov.ph. Prospective registrants are advised to adhere to the provided instructions for the initial registration procedure. Essential documents to be presented during registration include the duly completed Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, the notice of admission (for identification purposes), two passport-sized colored photographs with a white background and complete name tag, two sets of documentary stamps, and a single short brown envelope. It is imperative that successful examinees personally complete the registration process and affix their signature in the Roster of Registered Professionals to formalize their entry into the occupational therapy profession.

Furthermore, the announcement specified that the date and venue for the upcoming oathtaking ceremony for the triumphant candidates of the Occupational Therapists Licensure Examination will be disclosed at a later time, signifying a momentous occasion to commemorate their hard-earned accomplishments and official induction into the esteemed ranks of licensed professionals.

This announcement not only marks a significant milestone for the successful examinees but also underscores the dedication, perseverance, and expertise required to thrive in the field of occupational therapy. As these aspiring professionals embark on their journey towards a fulfilling career, the PRC remains steadfast in its commitment to upholding the highest standards of professional practice and fostering a culture of excellence within the occupational therapy community.

The forthcoming oathtaking ceremony serves as a symbolic rite of passage, symbolizing the official entry of these individuals into the occupational therapy profession and heralding a new chapter of growth, learning, and service in their professional endeavors.

Stay tuned for further updates regarding this momentous event and join us in celebrating the achievements of the newly licensed occupational therapists who have demonstrated exceptional competence and dedication in their pursuit of excellence.
As we extend congratulations to the successful candidates and acknowledge their dedication to excellence, we also appreciate the significance of their contributions to the healthcare sector. The future appears promising for these newly licensed occupational therapists, and their achievements stand as inspiration for aspiring professionals in the field.




Full text of the Official Result
Performance of Schools
Successful Examinees who garnered the top 4 highest places
List of Successful Examinees



The Interim Board of Occupational Therapy is composed of Hon. Eduardo R. Peregrino, Jr., Chairman; Hon. Delia R. Pabalan and Hon. Rolland Lyle D. Duque, Members.

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 3 & 4, 2024
Released on JUNE 6, 2024


Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABAD, ANGELANAH BORJE
2 ACHAS, JULIEN STEPHANIE FRIAS
3 ACORDA, JULIE ANN DE LORETO
4 AGONCILLO, AGATHA GABRIELLE BARCALA
5 ALCASID, MARIESEN HEMEDEZ
6 ALOJADO, SENICA LUMINARIO
7 ALQUEZA, LYNZE ANN LARIOSA
8 AMPO, LAARNIE ROSE VERGARA
9 ANDRADE, KATHRINA RUSSIANA
10 ANICO, YSABELLA FAITH FALTADO
11 ARIBON, NICOLE ANNE SUCALDITO
12 ARROZAL, JOSE LOUISE MONTECALVO
13 AZUR, JED NICOLE GRAMAJE
14 BABIERA, KAMILAH GAIL DINGAL
15 BANTILAN, MA. ELENA LOURDES ADLE
16 BARREDO, RECHELDA ABITRIA
17 BASA, ADONIS EVAN JR POTOT
18 BAWASANTA, MARY RHODA MAXIME VELASCO
19 BAYANA, MARIELLE DOMINIQUE MESINA
20 BEJASA, NICOLE PANGANIBAN
21 BELEN, JULLANA YZABELLE TALAY
22 BIANZON, JANINE DELA CRUZ
23 BUENAFE, JANNA PATRICIA MORALES
24 BUÑO, TRACY ANN LIBERATO
25 CABALUNA, PATRICIA SHARMAINE CALILUNG
26 CABRAL, CHARMAINE ANN SERRATO
27 CALASIN, DAN HENRY VALENCIA
28 CANTAL, MARY ANJUNETTE NAVARRO
29 CARILLA, JULIENE MAE NOSCAL
30 CASAS, DENISE ANNE CHAN
31 CASTELLANO, AMELIEZA ANDREA CAÑON
32 CEDIÑO, ROGINE GRACE MAGSALAY
33 CERVANTES, LEAH MARIE ALLADO
34 CHUA, AUDREY VENZON
35 CINCHES, CHRISTIAN MARK DE LA VEGA
36 CLARIÑO, MICHEL AZUCENAS
37 CO, MEGAN TIU
38 CO, THERESE FAYE CUA
39 COMIA, GWYNETH BISCOCHO
40 CORITICO, LYZCINT LJ BALABA
41 CORPORAL, CLEO MARIE LUZON
42 COSTA, SOPHIA ANN SAN JUAN
43 CRISOLOGO, CHARISA DESPI
44 CRUZPERO, KRISTINE JOYCE MONSANTO
45 DACUA, MICAH VILANDO
46 DAYON, KAYE KIARA LEIGH REFORMINA
47 DE GUZMAN, SHANNEN MAE BUERANO
48 DE LA FUENTE, JOACHIM DEMAISIP
49 DEL ROSARIO, GLAZELLE TALAVERA
50 DELA PAZ, AUBREY JAE PEÑA
51 ELMIDO, HANNAH MARIE RIBO
52 ESCABARTE, YLYZZA TOMINEZ
53 ESPIRITU, AMMIE MARRIE LOREJO
54 EVARISTO, JOHN CEDRICK CRISTOBAL
55 GABIANA, MARY KHAY CELENE RAMA
56 GOCO, AARON VINCENT FUENTES
57 GONZALES, JEMIMAH GRACE ANTIOJO
58 GUERRERO, GLENNIZ KALE MARTINEZ
59 GUEVARRA, NICOLLE AQUINO
60 INGAY, HIEZEL JOYCE RINCAL
61 LAMADRID, JASMINA ANNE BALMONTE
62 LARA, PAMELA KRIZTELLE BUENO
63 LESOY, CHRISTINE JOY LITANG
64 LIBANG, DIO-ANNA RIXANN ANDAYA
65 LIM, CATHERINE ZEN TABUADA
66 LOPEZ, MARY CIERENE RAFAEL
67 LOZANO, ALLIAH RAMIREZ
68 LUDOVICE, IRA DENISSE DAYAPERA
69 MANGAO, ARNIE JEAN DEBALUCOS
70 MANTES, MARK GABRIEL LAUDIT
71 MAYUGA, CHRISTINE CABUGA
72 MENDOZA, CHARISSA ANNE GALANG
73 MENOR, YZEL ALETA
74 MOGOL, LAURENCE NICOLAS RUBIA
75 MONZON, YYA ANGELA RAQUIPISO
76 MUTUC, JERARD PAUL MILLONES
77 NAVALTA, ALTHEA LUGA
78 NICOLAS, GABRIELLE ANNE FLORES
79 NIERE, CHALIE JEAN COLINA
80 NOLASCO, LYKA MARTINA PAGUIO
81 OBALDO, SEAN MICA IRA ANCHETA
82 OLIMBA, LOISE GWEN LAGUNA
83 ORNALES, ELISHA KAYE LIWAG
84 PARAGAS, JHEVEN CELINE BURIOL
85 PAREJA, EUMIRAH QUINDAO
86 PASIA, NICOLE JOY ADVERDERADA
87 PATRIARCA, CAZANDRA OPIANA
88 PELITONES, JETLEE HINALOC
89 PESTAÑAS, REINE ALYSON ARMADA
90 PEÑA, ANGELICA AUDREY LINSANGAN
91 QUIDILLA, JAMELA ANGE YU
92 QUITO, NISSEN LORIMER POYADAN
93 RETA, CECILIA PAULIÑO
94 ROGANDO, CHELSEA LYN DUCUT
95 ROMERO, AARON MALLARI
96 ROXAS, ARMINELLE MARIE MILLARE
97 ROYO, DANIELLI MIÑEQUE
98 SALIOT, SHERI SHANTEL STEPHENS
99 SANCHEZ, SEBASTIAN MIGUEL CIMAFRANCA
100 SANTILLAN, MIKAELA MARIE GONZAGA
101 SANTOS, LORENA SAYAS
102 SARMIENTO, JONALEE PAGADUAN
103 SARMIENTO, SOFIA JADE CALACAL
104 SECUANDO, JAMIE JOY PEDERNAL
105 SERAÑA, CINDY JOY GATOC
106 SILVA, PAUL WINSLIN QUIAMBAO
107 SIY, CAMILLE JOY BALINO
108 SULIT, GABRIELLE TABUNAN
109 TALLORIN, MA. LOURDES LEONARDO
110 TAMPOS, BREIANA PRINCESS PUGA
111 TAN, NINA MARI YSABELLE MATABAN
112 TISTON, JASMINE ERIN ESGUERRA
113 TIU, HANNA OMILIG
114 TOLENTINO, EVAN ANTHONY PADRINAO
115 UY, BIANCA MARGARETTE TOE
116 UY, CHARLENE JOYCE UY
117 UY, SOPHIA KRISTINE CAFE
118 VERZOLA, ALEXANDREA JANSENNE TALAVERA
119 WY, JAMIE BIENNE ESPIRITU
120 YADAO, ANNA NICOLE BERDIN
121 YANG, JORIELYN TAN
122 YULO, ADRIANA MARIE MARASIGAN
123 YÑIGUEZ, KATRINA YVONNE BASTE
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