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Sunday, December 5, 2010

4,744 Filipinos Passed the Korean Language Test

A total of 4,744 aspiring Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in Korea has passed the Test Of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) or called the Korean Language Test (KLT). This is according to the news released by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). The passers  corresponds to 46  percent  of  the  total  10,262  examinees that was conducted last November 14, 2010. 

Melanie  M.  Maninang  and  Charito  V.  Caballero,  who  took  the examination  in  Bacolor,  Pampanga  both  got  a  perfect  score  of  200 points. 

The  7th KLT was  also  conducted  in Manila,  Baguio  City,  Cebu  City  and Davao City.  

The result of those who passed the the TOPIK can be viewed at the POEA website and

The  passers  are  reminded  to  immediately  submit  to  the  POEA  their fit-to work medical certification from any DOH accredited clinic for their names to be included in the List of Jobseekers for EPS-Korea.

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