FEU-NRMF returns to top performing schools, produces 4 topnotchers in PNLE

FEU Advocate
May 14, 2024 09:42

By Mark Vincent A. Durano

Far Eastern University - Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (FEU-NRMF) regained their top performing school ranking and hailed four topnotchers for the May 2024 Philippine Nurses Licensure Examination (PNLE) announced earlier today, May 14.

FEU-NRMF alumni Aegene Lagundimao led the Tamaraw achievers ranking seventh with 90.6 percent followed by Jovy Lyn Marcoso with 90.4 percent as top eight.

Meanwhile, Alfred Rey Hernandez and Margaux Allexey De Guzman topped ninth and tenth garnering a 90.2 and 90 percent score, respectively.

FEU-Manila also placed third in the top performing schools with 30 to 50 examinees who achieved more than the 85 percent passing rate.

FEU-Manila alumna Nathalie Rebucan ranked eighth in the topnotchers. 

Returning from a top 10 drop last November 2023, FEU-NRMF and FEU-Manila reclaimed their spots as one of the top performing schools.

FEU-NRMF bagged fifth best performing school with 51 or more examinees posting a 98.11 percent passing rate or 156 out of 159 passers.

Additionaly, FEU-Manila posted a 91.84 percent passing rate welcoming 45 out of 49 new Registered Nurses to clinch the third best performing school with 30 to 50 examinees. 

This year’s first of two PNLEs posted a national passing rate of 69.71 percent, hailing 7,749 new Registered Nurses out of 11,116.

The second PNLE for this year will be held on November 9 and 10.