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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

November 2019 Criminology board exam CLE results: performance of schools

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MANILA, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 the complete results, including the top performing schools and performance of schools, of the November 2019 Criminologist Licensure Examination (CLE), given by the Board of Criminology in Manila, All Regional Offices, Zamboanga, General Santos and Rosales, Pangasinan.

PRC conducted the second CLE in 2019 on November 29 and 30 and December 1 (Friday to Sunday).

RELATED RESULTS
The top performing schools in the November 2019 Criminologist Licensure Examination as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010: WITH 50 OR MORE EXAMINEES AND WITH AT LEAST 80% PASSING PERCENTAGE

RANK SCHOOL TOTAL NO. OF EXAM. TOTAL NO. PASSED PERCENTAGE PASSED
1 CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY (DON SEVERINO AGR'L. COLL.) 82 81 98.78%
2 TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY (TARLAC COLLEGE OF TECH.) 68 66 97.06%
3 KING'S COLLEGE OF THE PHILIPPINES INC.- BENGUET (FORE.L.C) 66 64 96.97%
4 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (FOR.BAGUIO C.F.) 65 63 96.92%
5 LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIV- SN PABLO(LSPC) 56 51 91.07%
6 SOUTHERN LEYTE STATE UNIVERSITY (SLSCST)-SOGOD 111 99 89.19%
7 UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO 105 91 86.67%
8 IFUGAO STATE UNIVERSITY (FOR. IFUGAO SCAF)-LAMUT 142 123 86.62%
9 UNIVERSITY OF ILOILO 235 203 86.38%
10 DATA CENTER COLLEGE OF THE PHILIPPINES-LAOAG CITY 69 58 84.06%

LOOK: Performance of schools in the November 2019 Criminologist Licensure Examination in alphabetical order as per R.A. 8981 otherwise known as PRC Modernization Act of 2000 Section 7(m) "To monitor the performance of schools in licensure examinations and publish the results thereof in a newspaper of national circulation":



PREVIOUS EXAMINATIONS

In the December 2018 Criminologist board exam, Tarlac State University (TSU) led the schools with 98.25% passing rate or 56 out of 57 passed. King's College of the Philippines - Bambang Inc. followed with 96.23% or 51 out of 53 hurdled the tests.

In the December 2017 CLE, TSU also topped the schools with 98.21% or 55 out of 56 passed the examination. University of the Cordilleras (UC) came in second place with 96.77% or 60 out 62 successfully hurdled the licensure exams.

In the October 2016 exams, University of the Cordilleras (UC) was the top performing school, garnering 95.16% or 59 out of 62 passed the exam. King's College of the Philippines - Benguet followed with 88.57%, 62 out of 70 passed.

Here's the summary of top performing schools in the previous Criminology exams:

Exam Date SCHOOL NO. OF EXAMINEES NO. OF PASSERS % PASSED
June 2019 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 101 101 100
December 2018 TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY (TARLACCOLLEGE OF TECH.) 57 56 98.25
June 2018 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 101 99 98.02
December 2017 TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY (TARLAC COLLEGE OF TECH.) 56 55 98.21
June 2017 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 97 93 95.88
October 2016 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 62 59 95.16
April 2016 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 107 105 98.13
October 2015 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 69 65 94.2
April 2015 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 135 135 100
October 2014 EASTERN LUZON COLLEGES-LATRINIDAD 50 50 100
April 2014 UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS(FOR. BAGUIO C.F.) 110 109 99.09

UPDATES

According to PRC Resolution No. 1127 s. 2018, the target release of November 2019 Criminology board exam results is on January 8, 2020 (Wednesday) or in 22 working days after the exam.

We advise examinees to monitor announcement of results from December until the target date. Note that recent two exams were released in less than 20 working days.

You may also visit the official website of PRC (prc.gov.ph) for more information.
November 2019 Criminology board exam CLE results: performance of schools

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