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SU nursing dean backs exam retake

SU nursing dean
backs exam retake


BY JUANCHO GALLARDE
http://www.visayandailystar.com/2006/October/12/negor1.htm

The dean of the College of Nursing of Silliman University in Dumaguete City said she supports the proposal for those who took the nursing examinations in June to retake Tests 3 and 5 in the wake of the leakage scandal involving it.

Dr. Teresita Sinda's position parallels that of the Technical Committee on Nursing Education of the Commission on Higher Education for a retake. She said there was no reason why the candidates should not retake the two tests because the scandal has tarnished the image of the nursing education of the country.

http://www.visayandailystar.com/2006/October/12/negor1.htm

Several candidates from Oriental Negros who took the board examination and have been taking nursing courses to go abroad, had not escaped the nursing board leakage.

Sinda said graduates of nursing schools in Dumageute City had been spared because they normally do not take their board examinations in June. She added that, because of the incident, the technical committee on nursing education has become desperate to find ways to prevent syndicates from infiltrating the nursing board examination.

In the US, Sinda said, the Board of Nursing is asked only to draft the rules and regulations for the board examination, unlike in the Philippines where its counterpart conducts the examination, making it easier for syndicates to infiltrate it.*JG ]

http://www.visayandailystar.com/2006/October/12/negor1.htm

It's so easy for the SU dean to favor a retake bec. none of her students took it. Show us first that the perpetrators of the leakage are put behind bars before we agree to do a retake.

nuod ka balita ha.. asar talo ka lang...

What do you mean - watch the news ... kinasuhan pa lang di ba, di pa nakukulong? Bakit ka naaasar? Bagsak ka? Saan naman ako natalo? Bwahahahaha!!!!!

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