DIRECTIONS GOING TO V-Tech Tower (July 2011 NLE Successful Examinees PRC Initial Registration Venue for Manila and Pampanga)

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The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Manila will open an INITIAL REGISTRATION extension office for July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Manila and Pampanga only) beginning SEPTEMBER 1, 2011 at the: V-Tech Tower, 1257 G. Araneta Avenue corner Ma. Clara St. QUEZON CITY

DIRECTIONS GOING TO V-Tech Tower, G. Araneta Avenue corner Ma. Clara St. Quezon City

Coming from Cubao/Ortigas/Makati/Taft
– Take the MRT and get off at Quezon Avenue Station
– Take a jeepney to Sto. Domingo Church
– Take a tricycle from Sto. Domingo. The tricycle fare is about 25 pesos and can accommodate up to 3 people.
Or
– Take the MRT and get off at Quezon Avenue Station
– Take a jeepney to G. Araneta Avenue and get off at Starbucks
– Cross Araneta Avenue and turn right; V-Tech Tower is a 15-minute walk from the intersection of G. Araneta Avenue and Quezon Avenue. Your landmark is a Shell gas station.

Coming from Manila
– Take a jeepney headed for Fairview
– Get off at G. Araneta Avenue
– Cross Quezon Avenue
– Continue walking down G. Araneta Avenue until you get to a Shell gas station (about a 15-minute walk).

Coming from Monumento
– Take the bus and get off at Quezon Avenue Station
– Take a jeepney to Sto. Domingo Church
– Take a tricycle from Sto. Domingo. The tricycle fare is about 25 pesos and can accommodate up to 3 people.
Or
– Take the bus and get off at Quezon Avenue Station
– Take a jeepney to G. Araneta Avenue and get off at Starbucks
– Cross G. Araneta Avenue and turn right; V-Tech Tower is a 15-minute walk from the intersection of G. Araneta Avenue and Quezon Avenue. Your landmark is a Shell gas station.

Coming from Fairview
– Take a Quiapo jeepney to Sto. Domingo Church
– Take a tricycle from Sto. Domingo. The tricycle fare is about 25 pesos and can accommodate up to 3 people.
Or
– Take a Quiapo jeepney to G. Araneta Avenue and get off at Starbucks
– Cross G. Araneta Avenue and turn right; V-Tech Tower is a 15 minute walk from the intersection of G. Araneta Avenue and Quezon Avenue. Your landmark is a Shell gas station.

Via MRT
Get off at the Quezon Avenue Station. Look around for the 7-Eleven near the station. There should be an overpass near that 7-Eleven. Go up that and turn left at the second flight of stairs. There should be some jeepney stations there. Ride any jeep there and ask to be dropped off at the corner of G. Araneta Avenue. You’ll know you’re near if you see the Sanctuarium (it’s that big church that has a dome-shaped ceiling). Now get off the jeep. Go along G. Araneta Avenue in the direction opposite the Sanctuarium until you see a Shell gas station. Pass through the pedestrian lane to get to it.

Via LRT (Line 1)
Get off at the 5th Avenue Station. There should be a convenience store nearby with jeeps waiting a little far off. Ride one and ask to be dropped off at the Shell gas station near Quezon Avenue.

Alternatively, get off at the Sta. Mesa station. Ride any jeep to Quiapo and ask to be dropped off at the Jollibee near G. Araneta Avenue. Cross the overpass and walk along G. Araneta Avenue in the direction opposite the Sanctuarium until you see a Shell gas station.

MAP of G. Araneta Avenue corner Ma. Clara St.

PRC Initial Registration Schedule for July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Metro Manila and Pampanga

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