PRC announced that 321 out of 679 passed the October 2021 Chemical Engineering Licensure Exam given last October 3, 4, and 5.
The board exam was given by the Board of Chemical Engineering across multiple testing centers within the country including Manila, Baguio, Iloilo, and Cebu.
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List of Oct 2021 Chemical Eng’g Board Exam Passers
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAM
Released on October 2021
Oct 2021 Chemical Eng’g Board Exam Topnotchers
Here are the examinees who garnered the highest exam grades.
Oct 2021 Chemical Eng’g Board Exam School Performance
School performance is sorted in alphabetical order with their corresponding passing percentage.
Verification of rating
The verification of ratings will be available online a few working days after the posting of the board exam results.
You can use the verification page to know your passing rate. Just provide your full name, date of birth, the name of the exam, and your application number.
The oath-taking ceremony for the new Chemical Engineers will be held online via Microsoft Teams. (Full announcement here).
Referred to as “e-OATH”, board exam passers need to secure an online appointment at online.prc.gov.ph and select “e-OATH” as the transaction. Inductees are required to print the “OATH OF PROFESSIONAL” form.
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To receive fast and reliable news and announcement regarding the Chemical Engineering board exam for 2021, visit PRC’s official website.
Chemical Engineering board exam coverage
First day – Physical and Chemical Principles (30%)
General Inorganic Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Biochemical Engineering; Environmental Engineering
Second day – Chemical Engineering Principles (40%)
Chemical Engineering Calculations; Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics; Reaction Kinetics; Unit Operations; Chemical Process Industries; Plant Design; Instrumentation and Process Control
Third day – General Engineering, Ethics, and Contracts (30%)
Mathematics; Physics; Engineering Mechanics; Strength of Materials; Engineering Economics; Laws, Contracts, and Ethics