CEBU CITY: Five psychology graduates from different universities in Cebu topped the July 2015 Psychometrician Licensure Examination. Mary Donnavel Libron from the University of the Philippines-Cebu landed in the third spot with a final rating of 83.80. University of San Carlos (USC) graduate Marc Clint Maceda ranked sixth, along with four others, finishing with 83.00. Cebu Normal University’s (CNU) Steven Rabago earned the ninth place with 82.40. In 10th place were Jane Sarsalejo of USC and Robejean Cabarrubias of the University of San Jose-Recoletos, and 10 others with 82.20. The Professional Regulations Commission on Friday night announced the result of the board exam through its website. The result was released after seven working days. Some 2,061 out of 4,466 or 46.15 percent passed the exam, which was held last July 21-22. Van Alistair Faeldon of the University of Santo Tomas took the number one spot with a rating of 84.20. Rabago said he didn’t expect to be in the top 10, although he hoped for it. “Since we were the first batch to take the board exam, I believe we would serve as a sort of ‘first impression’ reflecting the quality education of psychologists from CNU,” Rabago said.