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32 Marians hurdle the Licensure Examination for Certified Public Accountants

Success is not final; failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that count. — Winston S. Churchill

Becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is filled with challenges and demands. It requires a strong commitment to mastering the intricacies of accounting principles, relevant laws, and ethical standards. Our newly licensed CPAs have demonstrated being continuously inspired by Christ’s mission and driven by excellence in navigating this journey.


With a national passing rate of 30.28%, it is with pride that we announce that Saint Mary’s University achieved a passing rate of 41.54% for first-takers and an institutional passing rate of 39.51%.


The New Marian Certified Public Accountants are as follows:

  1. Kaye Shane Mikee Alaman, CPA
  2. Katherine Bautista, CPA
  3. Gerivie Bejosano, CPA
  4. Mat Renson Jay Berong, CPA
  5. Rolando Caser Jr., CPA
  6. Christine Catacutan, CPA
  7. Jesito Cator Jr., CPA
  8. Rainalene Joy Constantino, CPA
  9. Liu Cumarat, CPA
  10. Jessica David, CPA
  11. Jean Nicole Duerme, CPA
  12. Abegail Dulay, CPA
  13. Ella Marie Dumanil, CPA
  14. Charlene Marie Gaco, CPA
  15. Victoria Ella Gragasin, CPA
  16. Mark Byron Gutierrez, CPA
  17. Allen Millen Jasmin, CPA
  18. Carlos Rafael Lacar, CPA
  19. Mariel Magnaye, CPA
  20. Krizza Mae Manganip, CPA
  21. Nestle Mae Maniquis, CPA
  22. Maureen Mina, CPA
  23. Maverick Naguiat, CPA
  24. John Paul Nasarao, CPA
  25. Jamaica Grace Ngaya-an, CPA
  26. Rossini Claire Padduyao, CPA
  27. Angelica Pating, CPA
  28. Roderick Pulas, CPA
  29. Jhian Danalee Salazar, CPA
  30. Francis Jade Saturno, CPA
  31. Hezron Tabunan, CPA
  32. Claire Yvette Yano, CPA

    (by: Dr. Monaloufel Jasmin)
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