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A total of 26,307 examinees passed the Career Service Examination-Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) held nationwide last 7 August 2022, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) announced.

Said number represents 18.97% of the 138,703 actual number of examinees who took the test on that day. The Professional Level logged 22,241 passers out of 117,938 examinees or a passing rate of 18.86%. Meanwhile, 4,066 out of 20,765 examinees or 19.58% passed the Subprofessional Level.

The Professional Level passers shall be conferred the Career Service Professional Eligibility, which is appropriate for appointment to first and second level positions in the government service. On the other hand, Subprofessional Level passers shall obtain the Career Service Subprofessional Eligibility, appropriate for appointment to first level positions only. These do not include positions requiring passing professional licensure exams (bar/board) or those requiring eligibilities covered by special laws and issuances.

The first level includes clerical, trades, crafts, and custodial service positions requiring less than four years of college studies; while the second level covers professional, technical, scientific, and managerial positions requiring at least four years of college studies.

The CSC, however, reminds the latest CSE passers that eligibility is not the sole requirement for entering government service. Applicants to vacant positions must meet the Qualification Standards of the position—consisting of education, training, experience, and eligibility—in order to qualify.

The list of passers can be viewed from the CSC website at www.csc.gov.ph. Click on the “Examination Results” button on the right hand side of the page, or go directly to the CSC Examination Portal at www.csc.gov.ph/exam-portal.

Examinees, both passed and failed, can generate their individual test results using the Online Civil Service Examination Results Generation System or OCSERGS by 21 October 2022.

Meanwhile, the Certification of Eligibility for passers shall be issued through the CSC Regional/Field Offices (CSC RO/FO) starting 9 November 2022. Claimants are advised to verify or check first the availability of the certification before going to the CSC RO/FO. In claiming the document, passers must present any of the accepted ID cards:

  1. Driver’s License Card/Temporary Driver’s License (LTO O.R. must be presented together with old Driver’s License; O.R. alone is not allowed)/Student Driver’s Permit;
  2. Passport;
  3. PRC License Card;
  4. SSS ID Card;
  5. GSIS ID Card (UMID);
  6. Voter’s ID Card/Voter’s Certification;
  7. BIR/Taxpayer’s ID (ATM type/TIN card type with picture);
  8. PhilHealth ID Card(must have the bearer’s name, clear picture, signature, and PhilHealth number);
  9. Company/Office ID Card;
  10. School ID Card;
  11. Police Clearance/Police Clearance Certificate (with picture);
  12. Postal ID Card;
  13. Barangay ID Card;
  14. NBI Clearance;
  15. Seaman’s Book;
  16. HDMF Transaction ID Card;
  17. PWD ID Card;
  18. Solo Parent ID Card;
  19. Senior Citizen’s ID Card;
  20. CSC Eligibility Card (note: Implemented only beginning with the 3 May 2015 CSE-PPT); and
  21. Philippine Identification (Phil ID) Card.

Passers may also request for a regular Certification of Eligibility (printed on special paper, with fee) from the concerned CSC Regional Office, or the CSC Central Office-Integrated Records Management Office, starting 9 November 2022. They are advised to check the exact procedure, including securing a schedule/appointment if necessary, before going to any CSC office.

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