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AUF PT Grad Tops Board Exams

JAMES MICHAEL MANANSALA HERNANDEZ, a Physical Therapy graduate from Angeles University Foundation (AUF), had topped the Board Exams given this August 2016, with a rating of 90.25%.

James Michael M. Hernandez

During college James has been a consistent academic scholar and a campus leader. He is also a deeply religious person, who loves to express his passion and piousness through music and similar activities.

On one of his FB posts, he composed an enlightening passage that deserves to be shared:

“To all those facing adversity and doubt, remember that the Lord sees your efforts. Do not allow your decisions to be based on what other people expect or push you to do.

Do not stoop down to the level of those who mock you, because the Lord is your Judge. Dedicate your work to Him, the Lifter of our heads, our Great Advocate.

One great thing about God is that He's the most worthy One to judge us, yet He is the quickest One to show grace and direct our path. In the face of adversity, God is with us.”
Asked what he has to say to readers, he said:

“If everything seems impossible, and everything seems to be going against you, just put your trust in Jesus because He is with you.” 

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) had announced that out of the 1,243 examinees 846 had passed the Physical Therapist Licensure Examination. Meanwhile, the Occupational Therapist Licensure Examination had 114 passers out of 229 examinees.

The Licensure Examinations were given by the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Baguio City, Cebu City and Manila this August 2016.

The other PT Board Topnotchers are the following.

Angeles University Foundation graduates had consistently topped national licensure examinations in different courses. In the recent Med Tech Boards, El Marie Salunga, was ranked #1 nationwide.

 CLICK HERE for a complete list of PT Board Passers.

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