MANILA, Philippines – The December 2022 Aeronautical Engineer licensure exam (AELE) results, including the official list of passers, topnotchers (top 10), top performing schools and performance of schools are expected to be released on December 20-21 or in 2-3 working days after the last day of examinations.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) conducted the Aeronautical Engineer licensure exam in Manila on December 14-16, 2022. It was originally scheduled on November 15-17, 2022.
- TOP 10 PASSERS: December 2022 Aeronautical Engineer board exam
- PERFORMANCE OF SCHOOLS: December 2022 Aeronautical Engineer board exam
The members of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering who gave the licensure examination are Engr. Ernesto B. Ferreras, Jr., Chairman and Engr. Redentor C. Malia, Member.
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on DECEMBER 14, 2022 & FF. DAYS
Released on DECEMBER 20, 2022
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REGISTRATION OF PASSERS
Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be done on-line. Please go to https://online.prc.gov.ph/ and follow instructions for initial registration.
Those who will register are required to bring the following:
- downloaded duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
- notice of admission (for identification only)
- 2 pieces passport sized pictures (colored with white background and complete name tag)
- 2 sets of documentary stamps
- 1 piece short brown envelope
Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.
VERIFICATION OF RATINGS
Aeronautical Engineer board exam’s verification of ratings (passers, non-passers and removal) can be done online.
Visit PRC’s “Verification of Rating” service and provide the required information to verify your identity. Note that this will be available in few working days after the release of results.
COVERAGE OF EXAMINATION
The three-day examination covered the following major subjects: aerodynamics, mathematics (Day 1), aircraft structures and design and aircraft construction, repair and modification (Day 2), aircraft power plant and engineering economics and management laws and ethics (Day 3).
RELEASE OF RESULTS
Based on PRC Resolution No. 1439 s. 2021 and in reference to the original schedule of exam, the target release of results for the recent Aeronautical Engineer board exam is after two (2) working days or expected on Tuesday, December 20.
Note that results may be released ahead of the target or on later date without prior notice. We advise takers to closely monitor this page for the updates.
In the November 2021 Aeronautical Engineer board exams, PRC released results in three (3) working days. A total of 108 out of 241 passed the exams. None of the schools qualified for the top performing list. University of Perpetual Help System Dalta – Las Piñas grad Don Mc Lyn Andales Camus and FEATI University alum Jharie Mae Tan Soriano tied on highest spot with 86.85%.
In the November 2019 Aeronautical Engineer board exams, PRC named 340 out of 525 who passed the exams. Philippine State College of Aeronautics (PSCA) – Pasay was the lone top performing school with 84.13% or 106 out of 126 passed. Roman Isler Alcantara III from PATTS College of Aeronautics led the passers with 91.90%.
In the November 2018 exams, a total of 185 out of 361 passed the exams. None of the schools qualified for the top performing list. Zandor Deogenes Malazarte Ajoc from PSCA – Pasay aced the board with 90.60%.
In the November 2017 exams, PRC listed 235 out of 376 who passed the exams. PSCA – Pasay was the top performing school with 81.65% passing rate. Tim Jericho Tan Aldecoa, also from PSCA led the passers with 89.35%.
Note: PRC released results in just two (2) working days after the last day of exam in the pre-pandemic era.
Monitor this page for the real-time updates on Aeronautical Engineer board exam results. Check out also the official website of PRC for more information.
— The Summit Express