Hurdles are part of any successful beautiful story. Our recent Canada PCE passer was faced with the challenge of taking the exam during this global pandemic. With international borders closing, her dream of getting the coveted license is almost impossible.

As we find solutions to make everything possible, Canada PCE pioneered the remote exam this year bridging the gap created by the current crisis. With grit and perseverance she was able to successfully pass the written exam at the comforts of her home here in the Philippines. We are more than ecstatic to be part of her beautiful story. She is part of the SRG COMPREHENSIVE WEBINAR SEASON 18

Congratulations to Mariel Bordallo Tubig from UST batch 2014 for passing the Canadian PCE as she inspires us to continue to pursue our dreams no matter what the situation is. Your SRG family is truly proud of you.



Another Pandemic New Passer as Physical Therapist for CANADA! πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

She took the exam through a remote proctoring here in the Philippines, not in Canada. CONGRATULATIONS to Mariel Bordallo Tubig, PT of UST Batch 2014 for passing Canada’s Physiotherapy Competency Exam (PCE) given 4 weeks ago.

She enrolled with SRG’s Comprehensive Webinar 18 (6 months ago).

Wohoo!!!! To God be all the glory!






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From a POPCORN SELLER in Saudi Arabia to a CAREGIVER in Israel to a full-fledged Registered PHYSICAL THERAPIST now in New York!

PERSISTENCE is, indeed, the key to success. Do not forget that the word SCARCITY can always be used as a card to hardwork and eventually, success.

This is the story of Jong Paragas Pasana, 39 years old, one of SRG’s successful takers in the recent July 29, 2020 NPTE, who successfully cleared the NPTE on his last and only chance which was his 7th attempt. It was his FIRST time though to review with SRG when he took that go for the broke chance to sit for the said exam.

1. Jong started working as Popcorn seller in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from 2007-2010. Three years of being a so called Popcorn selling expert.
2. He went back to the Philippines because he believed he can do better in life if he studies again. He went to Emilio Aguinaldo College and finished PT in 2013.
3. In 2014, he reviewed for the NPTE but was denied by the US embassy to take said exam, not once, but twice.
4. He put aside the NPTE dream first because his pockets were empty already. He then applied and worked as a caregiver in Tel Aviv, Israel and worked for 18 months.
5. He applied then for fiancΓ© visa for the US and by the grace of God, it was approved.
6. He finally set foot in the US. Immediately, his eyes were on the prize, the RPT crown.
7. He took the NPTE from October 2017 to to April 2018- FAILED all the three attempts
8. He took the NPTE again for the next possible three chances- FAILED again to a total of the maximum 6 attempts.
9. He worked in Nursing home facility as PTA and he met Celestine Kyle who was an SRG product (RPT) and tipped him that he could file for an appeal for a 7th try, as most SRG students have tried it. He did not know it was possible, so he did. It was approved.
10. He enrolled with SRG last Feb 2020 with Comprehensive Webinar, he filed for April 2020 exam but his exam was cancelled because of the Pandemic. He was very upset.
11. He moved his exam to July, enrolled in E learning 1 on 1 just so his momentum would not be disrupted, then joined the Compre Webinar again and had E-learning 1 on 1 Intensive Question-Based Review just three weeks before July 29.
12. He opened his FSBPT file on August 5 at 8am and finally he saw the word PASSED with a score of 616/800.

This is the and winding success story of Jong. Just like any other victories, Jong had tangible ups and downs, with the strongest possible winds to move his destiny into another direction. But there was one solid thing he had in mind: HE KNEW WHAT HE WANTED. As long as there was a chance, he would grab any opporunity.

Thanks for inspiring all of us, Jong. This story of yours will ignite those hearts who have rested their cases already when it comes to living their dreams of becoming licensed.

Congratulations, again, Jong! Thanks for your trust given to us.



β€œMy one month review at SRG was all worth it as it was my only review. Missed the 3-month review at our own school and the few months of my internship because I had to attend to my mom at the hospital during her last days on earth. I was still hurting and grieving while reviewing during that time.

Sir Edmond made the review so light and full of laughter yet so inspiring to the point I pushed myself beyond limits just to get the coveted PTRP title.β€œ

Every review journey is distinct with our own challenges as we face one of the most important examinations in our professional path. Reviewing for the boards was never easy, but with the right attitude and perfect review partner anything is possible.

Ms Karnova Mutia Colinares shares her experience with SRG when she took the 2005 LOCAL PT-OT board exam. Her journey was not an easy one, and the odds are stacked against her. Hurdles are part of any beautiful story and despite all of the obstacles, Karnova was able to successfully clear the exam with her grit and perseverance. We are more than honoured to be part of her first success story.

How about you? What is your memorable board exam moment when you passed it?

We love to hear your unique narrative as we inspire the future generations of medical professionals