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Southville grad in Top 10 of nursing board exams

Southville International School and Colleges once again proved its competitiveness in providing quality education as one of its Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduates made it to the Top 10 in the Nurse Licensure Examination (NLE) held last May 2015.

John Anthony Ngo got a rating of 84.80 percent to place 8th in the Nursing Licensure Examination conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission. Southville remains one of the best performing schools offering nursing degree in the Philippines. Southville Nursing Class 2015 obtained a passing rate of 97 percent which is way above the 54.26 percent national passing rate.

Only 9,707 out of 17,891 examinees successfully passed the board exams given by the PRC and the Board of Nursing in sixteen testing centers all over the Philippines.

Ngo joins the growing list of Southville board topnotchers that includes tenth placer Gino Rosales in the June 2013 NLE, and ninth placers Renally Bianca Pariñas and Inez Chiara Cortez in the September 2013 and March 2015 Licensure Examination for Teachers, respectively.