PRC announced that 112 out of 189 passed the Sanitary Engineer Licensure Exam last August 2021. The results were released three (3) working days from the last day of the exam.
The 3-day exam was held last August 31, September 1, & 2, 2021 in NCR.
List of passers for Sept 2021 Sanitary Engg board exam
Here are the passers of the Sept 2021 Sanitary Engg Licensure Exam as posted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). (Source).
Sept 2021 Sanitary Engg board exam topnotchers
Here are the examinees who garnered the highest exam grades. (Source).
Sept 2021 Sanitary Engg licensure exam school performance
The performance of schools in alphabetical order with their corresponding passing percentage. (Source).
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 refer to PRC official website and use the Verification Page to know your passing rate. Just provide the name of the exam, your application number, first and last name, and date of birth.
The oath-taking ceremony is being held online via Microsoft Teams. (See the full announcement here).
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Referred to as “e-OATH”, board exam passers need to secure an online appointment at https://online.prc.gov.ph/ and select “e-OATH” as the transaction. Inductees are required to print the “OATH OF PROFESSIONAL” form that is downloadable at the PRC Online Services.
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Sanitary Engineering board exam coverage
According to Wikipedia, Sanitary Engineering is mostly associated with sewers design, treatment of sewage, wastewater treatment facilities, recycling centers, and public landfills.
- Environmental Engineering (20%)
- Public Health Engineering (15%)
- Sanitary Science as Applied to Buildings (10%)
- Civil Engineering (15%)
- Waste Water Engineering (20%)
- Water Supply Engineering (20%)