Twenty one students of Mary the Queen College (Pampanga) Inc. have passed the recently concluded CPA Board Examination.
MQC reportedly had a 70 percent passing rate which is higher than the national passing rate of 36.48 percent. A total of 21 MQC students out of the 30 examinees clinched the CPA Board Examination, considered as one of the toughest licensure examinations in the country.
In a statement, MQC said “it has proven its worth in providing quality education.”
“With the performance of our accountancy graduates in the government licensure examinations. MQC is truly achieving its vision of academic excellence,” the statement said.
“The Institute of Accountancy will continually work and collaborate with the other members of the MQC community to give its students the best quality education they truly deserve to ensure better quality of life for themselves, their families and their communities.
“It will produce more graduates who are highly competent, competitive and possess moral values that the society needs today.”
MQC has been consistently averaging 68 percent “in every October CPA Board Examinations.”
The 21 new Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) are as follows: Razel Shane Alpas, Jennifer Aviles, Margie Bautista, Leigh Ann Cruz, Mariecar Dela Cruz, Jelar Dons Fabian, Ace Garcia, Camille Garcia, Jose Rafael Macatuno, Nestor Magat Jr., Melandrew Manalac, Erica Alexandra Miranda, Al John Pangan, Aira Pangillinan, Legielaine Pangilinan, Eunice Pena, Kamille Quiambao, Carmie Salazar, Cloudy Anne Suing, Erold Tolentino and Aurelio Tuazon Jr.