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School execs seek Flavier help in exam leak probe

School execs seek Flavier help in exam leak probe

BAGUIO CITY—Officials of the city’s nursing schools on Tuesday asked Sen. Juan Flavier to look into the alleged cheating in the June 11 and 12 nursing board examinations here.

School deans handed Flavier documents that included supposed pieces of evidence that a local nursing review school circulated handwritten test questions and answers. The senator opened the city’s new health services building here last week.

At least 91 nursing graduates asked the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) to delay the release of test results pending the investigation.

Lawyer Cheryl Daytec-Yangot, the complainants’ counsel, said the involvement of R.A. Gapuz Nursing Review Center in the test leakages suggested that cheating could have also occurred in other PRC test centers where the review center had local operations.

Officials of the review center denied that the center released test questionnaires and answers. They said the examinees could be referring to copies of old test questions that their clients use for practice on the eve of each board exam schedule.

A nursing school dean said there was pressure from the Philippine Nurses Association to end the scandal because it might affect a plan to establish American licensing centers in the country for migrating Filipino nurses.

Flavier, a former health secretary, reserved his comments about the controversy.

“I just received the copies. I still have to study them [before I can seek] a Senate investigation,” he said.

Baguio Rep. Mauricio Domogan, who was also approached by local nursing schools, said pursuing a congressional investigation at this stage would be “unfair” to the PRC.

From Philippine Daily Inquirer

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