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  • Writer's pictureLeonora Lo-oy

CSU produces 17 topnotchers in Feb. 2024 respiratory therapists board exam

Cagayan, Philippines – Not one, not two, not even ten, but seventeen graduates of Cagayan State University have achieved the highest scores in the recently concluded Respiratory Therapists Licensure Examination.


The results released by the Professional Regulation Commission on February 12 showed that the CSU-Andrews Campus dominated the board exam with a 100% passing rate, making it the top-performing school.


This is not the only good news for the university, as a number of its alumni entered the list of top ten examinees.


Leading the CSU examinees is Jhunry Sahobia Gauiran, who secured the second position with a rating of 91.50%, followed by Stephen Revocal Laman and James Astrologo Lamusao in fourth place, and Angelo Dupaya Dupitas at fifth.

Additionally, Andrei Karl Dulin Cauilan and Vessie Mae Capili Rarangol landed at sixth, Francis Kyle Gammad Pagulayan at seventh, Janiel Florence Liban Aguinaldo and Frances Marie Ballesteros Suyu at eighth, and Divine Grace Ramos Anastacio, Angeline Florido Plan, and Mary Rose Masagayna Tumbali at ninth.


Completing the list of CSU topnotchers are Nicole Angelee Hermenegildo Binayug, Christine Salvador Daguro, Michelle Agustin Mateo, Axcel Bryan Delin Mauanay, and Angelyn Trilles Tica, who secured the tenth position.


The CSU – Andrews Campus, through its Facebook post, congratulated its 82 new registered respiratory therapists, wishing them to continue their dedication to passion and excellence as they start their journey in their profession.


“As you embark on the noble journey of becoming RTRPs, may your unwavering dedication to passion and excellence continue to radiate, bringing hope and improving the lives of Filipinos through your exceptional medical care and compassion,” the school wrote.