The Civil Service Commission (CSC) announce the official results for March 12, 2017 Civil Service Exam-Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT) or popularly known as Career Service Examination for the Professional and Sub-Professional Level. CSC reported that there were a total of 230, 736 takers tried to hurdle the first CSE-PPT in 60 testing centers nationwide. A total of 197, 924 examinees or 85.78% took the professional level while 32,812 or 14.22% for the Sub-professional level.
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) will administer the Career Service Examination-Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) to 230,736 examinees on Sunday, March 12, in 60 testing centers nationwide. According to the official website of CSC, examinees must have an ocular inspection of their respective rooms at least a day before the examination day in order to familiarize themselves with the location.
OFFICIAL RESULT is now AVAILABLE! (Click the link below)
Results OUT on Friday night, April 21, 2017.
PROFESSIONAL LEVEL SUBPROFESSIONAL LEVEL
Passers must personally claim their Certification of Eligibility at the CSC Regional Office concerned. Representatives are not allowed to claim on behalf of the passers. In Claiming the Certification, passers must present the following items.
A. At least one of the following accepted I.D. cards which must be valid (i.e. not expired) upon claiming of the Certification:
Driver’s License, Passport; PRC License; SSS ID; GSIS I.D.(UMID); Voter’s I.D.; BIR I.D (ATM type/Tin card Type with picture); Philhealth I.D. (must contain the holders name, clear picture, signature and PhilHealth number), Company/Office I.D.; School I.D. (validated for the current school year/semester/trimester); Police Clearance/Police Clearance Certificate; Postal I.D. Barangay I.D; or NBI Clearance. Any other ID card not included in the above list shall NOT be accepted.
B. Application receipt and/or CSC Official Receipt, if available. ##
“Examinees are advised to check their school and room assignments via the Online Notice of School Assignment (ONSA). Those who are unable to access the ONSA should call the CSC Regional or Field Office where they filed their application,” said CSC
CSC added, “The Career Service Professional and Sub-professional examinations are general ability tests designed to measure an individual’s preparedness to enter government service. The Professional level lasts for three hours and 10 minutes, while the Sub-professional level, for two hours and 40 minutes.”
Reminders to examinees: CSC advice to access and read thoroughly this code Advisory No. 04, s. 2017 posted on the CSC website for other important details.
CSC announce examinees of the Professional Rulan should review on vocabulary; grammar and correct usage; paragraph organization; reading comprehension; analogy/logic (i.e., word association, identifying assumptions and conclusions, logic, data interpretation); and numerical reasoning (i.e., basic operations, word problems).
Professional Level (Prof)
In English and Filipino (Vocabulary, Grammar and Correct Usage, Paragraph Organization, Reading Comprehension, Analogy, Logic and Numerical Reasoning)
General Information (Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees RA No. 6713, Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts, Environment Management and Protection)
SubProfessional Level (SubProf)
In English and Filipino (Vocabulary, Grammar and Correct Usage, Paragraph Organization, Reading Comprehension, Spelling, Clerical Operations and Numerical Reasoning)
General Information (Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees RA No. 6713, Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts, Environment Management and Protection).
“Eligibility is a minimum requirement – along with education, experience, and training – for permanent appointment to government career service positions,” said CSC. Passing rate is set at 80 percent.
Exam Date Total Examinees Total Passers Passing % Days before release of results
April 2016 229,463 25,276 11.0% 39 Days
October 2016 203,339 22,978 11.3% 41 Days
March 2017 230,736 TBA TBA expected in 41 Days
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