Dr. Ruth Tingda, chair of the Philippine Nurses Association board of governors, said Decoyna's feat was astounding.
test rating was 89 percent.
topnotchers were previously rated 85 percent out of the total number of aspiring nurses who took the board," Tingda
feat was a welcome change for Baguio
, where the scandal over board exam leakages first broke in 2006.
"It tells us we have moved on," said Tingda
, who was among the Baguio whistle-blowers, whose exposé triggered reforms in the PRC