March 13, 2022, Civil Service Exam CSE-PPT Exam Results (Professional & Sub-Professional Level)

The Comelec will release the March 2022 Civil Service Exam or Career Service Examination-Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) on May 13, 2022, or within sixty (60) calendar days after the exam. According to CSC Chairperson Karlo Nograles, the actual examinee turnout was 70,799, which is 91.66% of the total number of registered examinees at 77,241.

CSC posted that the passers must get at least an 80 percent score and be eligible for a position in the civil service provided the eligible meet the qualifications and other requirements – education, experience, and training.

(Professional Level)        (SubProfessional Level)

REGION 1                                      REGION 1

REGION 2                                      REGION 2

REGION 3                                      REGION 3

REGION 4                                      REGION 4

REGION 5                                       REGION 5

REGION 6                                      REGION 6

REGION 7                                      REGION 7

REGION 8                                      REGION 8

REGION 9                                      REGION 9

REGION 10                                    REGION 10

REGION 11                                    REGION 11

REGION 12                                    REGION 12

NCR   NCR
CAR CAR
CARAGA CARAGA
ARMM                                             ARMM

CSC said that Region IV (Southern Tagalog) has the highest number of examinees at 10,884, followed by 10,392 examinees from Region VI (Western Visayas), and 7,924 examinees from Region XI (Davao Region). The CSE-Professional test was given to 61,075 examinees or about 81% of the total number of examinees, while the rest were for the Subprofessional level.

CIVIL SERVICE EXAM COVERAGE

The CSE-PPT is a general ability test designed to measure an individual’s preparedness to enter government service.

The CSE-PPT covered the following subjects (In English and Filipino):

Professional Level (Prof)

*Numerical Ability (basic operations, word problems)

*Analytical Ability (word association, identifyin

g assumptions and conclusions, logic, data interpretation)

*Verbal Ability (grammar and correct usage, vocabulary, paragraph organization, reading comprehension)

SubProfessional Level (SubProf)

*Numerical Ability (basic operations, word problems)

*Clerical Ability (filing, spelling)

*Verbal Ability (grammar and correct usage, vocabulary, paragraph organization, reading comprehension)

General information items on the following for both levels:

*Philippine Constitution;

*Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (R.A. 6713);

*Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts; and

*Environment Management and Protection

RELEASE OF RESULTS

CSC said that exam results would be released within 60 days after the examination by posting the passers list on the CSC website.

“The List of Passers shall be uploaded/posted on the CSC website www.csc.gov.ph within 60 days after the examination,” the bulletin stated.

The basic requirements in claiming the Certification are:

1. I.D. card – preferably the same I.D. card presented during application filing. If the I.D. card to be presented for claiming Certification is different from the I.D. card presented during the filing of the application, the examinee must present any of the accepted I.D. cards listed under Item D(3) [see here], which is preferably valid (not expired); and

2. Application Receipt and/or CSC Official Receipt (if available).

Note: CSC may require additional document/s as necessary to establish the identity of the passers.

Passers must personally claim their Certification. Representatives are not allowed to claim the same. For this matter, passers who have moved to or are based in another region, or in remote areas within the region, may personally claim their Certification of Eligibility at the CSC Regional or Field Office (conduit CSC RO/FO) nearest their present place of residence or work.

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