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CM tops nursing exam

SOUTHERN LEYTE – The College of Maasin (CM) produces another topnotcher during the May 2022 Nursing Licensure Examination (NLE), as released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Board last June 10, 2022. It also garnered a 100% passing average, maintaining the school’s prestige in nursing education.
Paola Mariz Panal Cero ranks 9th in the said national licensure examination, with an average grade of 87.60%. She was crying in extreme joy after one of her classmates sent a screenshot with her name on the top 9 in the board exam result.
Paola is 30-year-old mother of one boy from barangay Ibarra, Maasin City who never expected that she would be included on the top 10 List, “Never in my wildest dream that I will be on top, but my heart is full of gratitude to God for blessing me beyond what I expect.”
She is the youngest among three siblings; daughter of Provincial Health Services Office assistant administrator Eduardo Cero and Nancy Cero, a businesswoman.
Her favorite Bible verses are, “When the time is Right, I, the Lord will make it happen” and “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find, knock, and it shall be opened unto you.”
When asked about job offers, she said that local and Manila hospitals have offered her but she has not decided yet. But she is considering to apply in Maasin because her family and children are here. A review center likewise offered her a free NCLEX review.
“Always remember and reflect your reason why you want to become a nurse. Self-determination with patience is the key. Nursing school is no joke. It can break or hurt you but it can also be your source of motivation,” Cero said.
The other new nurses from CM are John Joseph E. Cantero, Sharmaine Ann T. Cadavos, Ronnie S. Doron, Rejina S. Escoro, Mera G. Gula, Cheyenne M. Kangleon, Desiree M. Lim, Rico Ianne M. Mercado, Crispin A. Monter III and Irene Z. Sambayon also passed the exam.
Meanwhile, CM President Rev. Dr. Zuriel Tiempo said that confidence is the reason that the school has maintained its 100% passing rate and produced topnotchers in the national nursing examination. “Confidence in God…to grant us wisdom & desires according to God’s will. And, Confidence on ourselves that we have prepared the BEST knowledge and skills to our graduates”.
Dean Miraluna Caturan said that CM has produced another batch of Christian nurses with a 100% passing rate for the 6th time.
“I have personally witnessed their struggles and I am more than proud to have seen how they overcame every weakness in order to reach where they are right now. I am confident that they will reflect the true essence of Christian nurses as they traverse the new road as professionals,” Caturan concluded. (RCabodbod)

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