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Unfair to board examinees who did not cheat

Unfair to board examinees who did not cheat

Inquirer
Last updated 00:42am (Mla time) 08/19/2006

Published on Page A12 of the August 19, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

HOW to properly handle the controversy over the leakage in the nursing licensure exams held last June is a challenge to authorities.

As reported by the media, the alleged sources and beneficiaries of the leakage have been identified: two members of the Board of Nursing, a popular review center and its reviewees. The successful examinees from the review center can be easily identified through pertinent documents. These examinees should not be allowed to join the nursing profession as if nothing happened. If they would just be asked to retake the exams, the government’s entire licensure examination system will lose its credibility in the eyes of the international community. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) should not allow this to happen.

To protect the integrity of government licensure examinations, the PRC should investigate and punish them, together with the nursing board and the concerned review center, if found guilty. This will send the correct signal that we are not condoning irregularities in our licensure examinations.
On the other hand, it would not be fair to deprive the thousands of other successful examinees who did not cheat of their hard-earned right to become full-fledged nurses. To disallow them from taking their oath on the mere speculation that they also cheated would be most unjust.

MARCELO L. TECSON (via e-mail)

TO ALL HONEST BOARD PASSERS!

>> U N I T E !

>> GET UP! STAND UP! FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS!

>> JUSTICE FOR ALL HONEST BOARD PASSERS!

its really unfair for those who passed the board without leakage, but its also unfair to those nursing students who reviewed in RA GAPUZ to be condemned and be tagged as cheaters, since not all students who came from this review center has benefited from the leakage.

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