Nursing Board Exam Results for June and November 2009

June 2009 Nursing Licensure Exam

The Philippine Regulation Commission has released last July 25, 2009 the result from the Nursing Board Exam given last June this year.

32, 617 out of 77, 901 have passed the said board exam. Meaning, there are new 32, 617 licensed nurses. This batch's national passing rate is 41.87 %.

The June 2009 Nursing Board Exam's topnotcher is Golda Manto Yap from Felipe R. Verallo Memorial Foundation, with an average of 86.80%. The top performing school who got the 100% passing rate is Saint Paul University of Dumaguete.

To see the complete result of the board passers click June 2009 Nursing Board Exam.

To see the complete list of the June 2009 Nursing Board Exam Topnotchers click here.

To see the complete list of the Top Performing Schools for the June 2009 Nursing Board Exam, click here.

Meanwhile, the Board of Nursing has issued some guidelines prior to the oathtaking ceremony for the new nurses. The complete guidelines are posted on Scribd.

Congatulations for the new nurses!


congats for the new RNs! here's a nurse bear for you ;p
congats for the new RNs! here's a nurse bear for you ;p

November NLE Results


The November 2009 NLE Results are posted here.

Meanwhile, the July 2010 NLE Results will be posted on September 23-25, 2010 and I'll keep you posted.


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Astra Nomik 6 years ago from Edge of Reality and Known Space

I am nothing to do with any of this, but I read every bit anyway. God, do I need a life?....


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blaise25 6 years ago from close to you... Author

hahaha I appreciate very much you read even this kind of hub of mine :) Hell naw! You dont need a life coz the whole universe now is crazy revolving around you ;) Right CG? LOL


NLE Results December 2010 5 years ago

Good luck to all nurses... Nowadays, it's really hard to land a job even for a volunteer.

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