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Monday, April 14, 2014 - 3:47pm
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PMASP Awardees for 2014 Named

CEM once again handed out the gold and silver medals for this year's recipients of the Philippine Merit Award for Scholastic Potential (PMASP). Since 1985, CEM has been recognizing the performance of high school students who landed at the top 1% and 2% among the College Scholastic Aptitude Test (CSAT) examinees.

Gold Medals of Merit are given to those who obtained a General Scholastic Aptitude (GSA) score of 99 or 99+ percentile rank, with no subtest scores lower than the 99th percentile. Silver Medal of Merit awardees are those who scored a GSA of 99 percentile rank, with no subtest score lower than the 98th percentile. 

This year's awardees are:

Gold Medal Awardee         School
Andrea Denise L. Ong Immaculate Conception Academy - Greenhills
Kathleen Eliza D. Umali Canossa Academy
Kaye Janelle F. Yao Grace Christian College
   
Silver Medal Awardee School
Ysabel M. Acosta Miriam College High School
Ryan Dominic U. Ang Sacred Heart School, Tacloban City
Lorenz M. Barro Canossa Academy 
Francis R. Concepcion  Philippine Cultural College
Christine Denise V. Cu  Immaculate Conception Academy - Greenhills 
Chelsea Patricia L. Lopez  Immaculate Conception Academy - Greenhills 
Arvy Daniel S. Ngo  Grace Christian College 
Maryss Khrislynn T. Ong Immaculate Conception Academy - Greenhills 
Natasha Mae Kourtney D. Ong  Immaculate Conception Academy - Greenhills 
Janelle Micaela S. Panganiban Immaculate Conception Academy - Greenhills 
Junius Reginald V. Retes  Lourdes School of Quezon City 
Vanessa T. Siy Van  Immaculate Conception Academy - Greenhills 
Dominique Hannah A. Sy  Grace Christian College 
Nikolai Nzar A. Tubog  Sacred Heart College 

The 17 awardees were chosen from among 20,546 CSAT examinees from 145 private schools in 133 provinces nationwide, including Metro Manila.