The Civil Service Commission (CSC) recently released the results of civil service exam pen and paper test (CSE-PPT) held last March 17, 2019.
The Commission also announced the availability of Online Career Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS) to verify and generate ratings of the exam passers.
Two months after the exams were administered, the CSC released full list of passers from more than 200,000 examinees of professional and sub-professional levels.
The CSC released the results on May 20, also announcing that the OCSERGS can be accessed through the CSC website, available via this link (http://erpo.csc.gov.ph/ocsergs/). However, the individual results on the OCSERGS website will only be available after 15 days.
How to Check Rating Using OCSERGS
Step 1. Go to the OCSERGS website through this link: http://erpo.csc.gov.ph/ocsergs/
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Step 2. Carefully fill out the form which requires the following information:
- Examinee Number
- Date of Examination
- Last Name
- First Name
- Middle Initial (Input the letter only! Don’t put period!)
- Date of Birth (Follow the format mm/dd/yyyy)
- Type of Examination
Step 3. Carefully review the data before clicking ‘SUBMIT’.
Step 4. If you encounter a system error, simply click the arrow left or back icon at the upper left part of the screen. Then, click the submit button again.
Step 5. Once the system generates the results, you can print this report by pressing Ctrl+P or just use the ‘Print’ option from the ‘File’ menu.
Note: You can also opt to save this as PDF file for future reference so you wouldn’t have to go through the same procedures if you need another copy of the ‘Notice of Rating’.
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Getting the Certification of Eligibility
Starting June 22, civil service exam passers will be able to obtain the Certification of Eligibility for passers from the CSC Regional Offices they had taken the exams from. Take note that this is free of charge and is printed on paper with CSC letterhead.
The CSC announced:
“Concerns on examination result including verification on examinee number should be coordinated directly with the CSC Regional Office concerned.
PASSERS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO VERIFY/CHECK FIRST THE AVAILABILITY OF THE CERTIFICATION BEFORE GOING TO THE CSC REGIONAL/FIELD OFFICE.”
Passers can also obtain the regular Certification of Eligibility (printed on security paper) but this comes at an additional cost.