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A total of 25,602 or 10.71% out of 238,966 examinees passed the Career Service Professional Examination, while 4,573 representing 11.20% of the 40,821 examinees passed the Career Service Sub-Professional examination, last March 18, 2018.

The Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) got the highest passing rate in the Professional level at 17.32% or 1,388 passers out of 8,014 examinees. For the SubProfessional level, the National Capital Region (NCR) had the highest passing rate at 14.80% or 1,259 out of 8,506 examinees.

CY Rodriguez from NCR topped the Professional level with a rating of 87.01, while Arvin Aliguin from Southern Tagalog topped the SubProfessional level with 88.36 rating.


Completing the list of top performing examinees in the Professional level are: Maryliz Zubiri (NCR)-86.66, Kevn Benedict Prudon (NCR)-86.61, Gilson Joseph Galera (CAR)-86.50, Jazhper Eirrol Sanidad (NCR)-86.45, Eula Tricia Ann Mines (Davao Peninsula)-86.43, Joshua Cris Aguilar (Southern Tagalog)-86.43, Dominni Jermond Abarro (Davao Peninsula)-86.42, Marfin Loi Cabuyao (Southern Tagalog)-86.42, and Angeli Apostol (Central Visayas)-86.32.

On the other hand, highest scorers in the SubProfessional level are: Pisseth Bien Amie Mabanta (Southern Tagalog)-88.28, Ma. Armae Hazel Joy Medina (NCR)-88.19, Alfrey Oria (NCR)-88.19, Czendra Faye Compares (Cagayan Valley)-88.15, Donna Mae Gaviola (NCR)-88.04, AJ Wincielou Johanna Gabin (Central Visayas)-88.02, Celso Raro III (Southern Tagalog)-87.92, Willy Ann Joves (Ilocos Region)-87.91, and Arexon Doria (Ilocos Region)-87.74.

Other regions with notable passing rate include: for the Professional level – NCR (17.10%), Central Luzon (13.39%), Southern Tagalog (11.81%), and Central Visayas (11.25%); and for the SubProfessional level – CAR (12.37%), Central Luzon (12.96%), Southern Tagalog (12.14%), and Western Visayas (10.70%).

The complete list of successful examinees of the March 18 CS Exams may be accessed through the CSC website Certifications of Eligibility (CoE) are expected to be available by June 18 at CSC Regional Offices. Passers must present at least one valid ID upon claiming of the CoE.

Meanwhile, examinees, both passed and failed, may generate their individual rating through OCSERGS or Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System on the CSC website by June 1.

The new Professional eligibles may be appointed to both first level (clerical) and second level (technical) positions in the government, including executive/managerial positions in the second level, provided they also meet the education, experience, training, and other requirements of the positions. On the other hand, the SubProfessional eligibles may be appointed only to first level positions in the government. Both the Professional and SubProfessional eligibilities are appropriate to positions that do not involve practice of profession and are not covered by special laws.

The next schedule of the Career Service examinations will be on Aug 12. Application period is ongoing until June 22.