The results of the Civil Service Examination held on March 17, 2019, have been released online. View the Topnotchers, Top 10 SubProfessional Level,
On March 17, 2019, the Civil Service Commission (CSE) conducted the Civil Service Exam – Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) for Professional and Subprofessional levels. This is the first schedule of exams for aspiring civil servants this year.
March 2019 – Topnotchers (Top 10) Subprofessional Level
|2||Aaron Dave Marte||Southern Tagalog||92.62|
|3||Mary Anne Tablate||NCR||92.11|
|4||Maricar Liwag||Southern Tagalog||91.68|
|5||John David Felonia||NCR||91.63|
|6||Nikka Nissa Lopez||Central Visayas||91.49|
|7||Lorraine Jeanne Paccarangan||Cagayan Valley||91.19|
|7||Angel Sandi Quiambao||Central Luzon||91.19|
|8||Shaira Lei Canoza||NCR||91.00|
|9||Jo Ida Grace Almazan||Zamboanga Peninsula||90.82|
Schedule of Exams
If you missed taking the March 2019 Career Service Exam, Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) or was not able to pass the test, don’t worry as the CSE schedules tests for both Professional and Subprofessional levels twice a year.
Aside from the full list of exam passers, the release of the March 2019 Civil Service Exam results will also include the top 10 examinees for prof and subprof levels, the scheduled release of the Certification of Eligibility (CoE), and verification of rating through OCSERGS. Other information might also be included in the release announcement.
Verification of Rating Through OCSERGS
The Online Civil Service Exam Result Generation System (OCSERGS) may be accessed to verify the ratings received by the exam passers. The Civil Service rating may be generated in about fifteen (15) days after the release of the official results.
Passers can claim the Certification of Eligibility (CoE) in around thirty (30) days after the posting of official exam results. They can verify the availability of the CoE with the CSC Regional Office where they applied to take the exams.