The 2011 PMA Entrance Exam Results, also called the PMAEE 2011 Results, are posted here officially announced by the Philippine Military Academy officials. The PMA Entrance Examination for Calendar Year 2011 was conducted last August 28, 2011 from 7 am to 5 pm at thirty-seven (37) PMA Examination Centers, nationwide.
It added that the applicants will be competing for a slot in the quota of at most Three Hundred Fifty (350) cadets to be filled-up by those who will be comprising the PMA Class 2016 and who will be seeing themselves in the Philippine Military Academy on April 01, 2012.
2011 PMA Entrance Exam (PMAEE) Results Official Statement
From the total number of 15,873 youth hopefuls throughout the country, only 6,327 qualified applicants were able to take the Philippine Military Academy Entrance Examination (PMAEE) on August 28, 2011 and September 04, 2011. Out of this number, only 1,120 made it to the next phase of the selection process for PMA Cadetship which is the Complete Physical Examination (CPE) to be conducted at the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center. The qualified PMAEE passers will go through medical, psychological and physical examination to determine their fitness to undergo the four-year military training in the Academy. After the series of examinations, the PMA Cadet Procurement Board will deliberate and select the most qualified candidates to compose PMA Class of 2016. The newly appointed individuals will report to PMA, Fort del Pilar, Baguio City on April 1, 2012 to begin their cadetship.
In the light of the recent issue implicating the cadets of the Academy in acts of maltreatment, PMA reiterates its stand against this malady. The new cadets who will be selected to compose the PMA Class 2016 will be the recipient of the enhanced anti-maltreatment program of the Philippine Military Academy. This includes the more severe punishment for the violators that may cause their immediate suspension or separation from the service and their being perpetually barred from again entering PMA. Aside from administrative sanctions, the Academy also encourages relatives to file criminal charges to those who have inflicted harm to their cadet sons or daughters.
Aside from the protection to the new Cadets by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Regulations and the Cadet Corps Regulations, the PMA Cadets themselves have been more vigilant against the malpractice through the Cadet Conduct Policy (CCP). The policy allows them to report erring cadets and may recommend the suspension or separation of fellow cadets found guilty of maltreatment to PMA authorities. This protection of the new Cadets are further ensured by other programs as “mentoring” wherein Officers and Senior Cadets are focused on advising their Juniors of the evils of maltreatment; the inclusion of International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights and Role Modeling and Mentoring in the PMA curriculum; and regular seminars on the negative effects of maltreatment. These programs are attuned to the AFP Internal Peace and Security Plan “Bayanihan” that concerns on the protection of human rights, and in winning peace.
Since 2007, these programs have caused some 100 cadets to be separated, suspended, imprisoned or given other forms of punishment. These affirm the commitment of PMA to the objectives of the Commission on Human Rights.
Like their predecessors, the new Cadets who will be composing the PMA Class 2016 will be recipients of the enhanced anti-maltreatment programs implemented by the Academy to ensure their holistic and total personal development in the Academy towards becoming future military officers and leaders of character of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
Embedded below is the list of successful passers of the PMA Entrance Examination 2011.