ECE Examinees Call For Retake

As a followup to yesterday's post about Leakage in ECE Board Exam, now the ECE Examinees Call For Retake to make sure there is no leakage and those who passed were only the ones who deserved to. I think these ECE students should name names to the NBI for the investigation to get somewhere. This news is very unfortunate for everyone especially those students who worked hard to pass their board exams.

Some ECE examinees call for a retake due to 'leakage'

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) faces another leakage complaint, this time coming from some examinees of this year's Electronic and Communications Engineering (ECE) Board Licensure Exam, the results of which are set to be released Thursday.

The ECE examinees stormed the office of the PRC Wednesday morning calling for a retake on the examinations conducted over the weekend, according to a report by Rawna Crisostomo aired over "24 Oras," GMA Network's early evening newscast.

"Sabi nila engineers na daw sila. Hindi daw nila aantayin yung result ng PRC, kasi nandun na sa reviewers nila, na Powerpoint na sa kanila yung sagot. Inasure na sila yung papasa," said Raschid Lee Apostol as he recounted the words of his friends, hinting of a leakage.

[They said they are already engineers, and they don’t have to wait for the PRC result because the answers were already given in their reviewers. They were assured that they would be among the board passers.]

But the initial investigation of the PRC found no evidence that a leakage took place. The commission added that the examinees got a low mean score, indicating a low probability of any leakage.

"Ang aming finding hindi sila sufficiently prepared itong mga student kaya medyo mababa ang examination nila [Our findings showed that the students were not sufficiently prepared. That’s why they obtained low scores in the examinations]," said Nicolas LapeƱa, chairperson of the PRC.

The PRC, meanwhile, assured the students that it would look into the allegations.

The report added that the student had sought the help of the National Bureau of Investigation to look into the leakage mess.

In 2006, the PRC was also stormed with complaints following leakage complaints in the Nursing Licensure Exam.

- Aie Balagtas See, GMANews.TV

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