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TOPNOTCHERS: August 4, 2019 Civil Service Exam (CSE-PPT)
October 13, 2019
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has released the lists of successful examinees who got the highest score also known as topnotchers and top performing regions of the Career Service Examination – Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) Professional and Subprofessional Level held nationwide on August 4, 2019.
CSE-PPT Top Passers (Professional Level):
1 Karriza Gem Reopta (NCR) – 88.91
2 Christian Brylle Dacanay (Davao Region) – 88.70
3 Cedrick Cabuhat (Central Luzon) – 88.49
4 Andrew Miguel Rebamba (NCR) – 88.45
5 Alea Paula Hinojosa (Southern Tagalog) – 88.40
6 Jemuel Dave Dorado (Southern Tagalog) – 88.39
7 Divino Angelo Esteban (NCR) – 88.37
8 Tasha Russel The (NCR) – 88.34
9 Arlyn Emmelle Graham Petalver (NCR) – 88.25
10 Lemuel John Urbano (Ilocos Region) – 88.22
CSE-PPT Top Passers (SubProfessional Level):
1 Sidney Dani Gelito (Southern Tagalog) – 90.14
2 James Michael Aquino (Southern Tagalog) – 89.85
3 Joel Jardine Eribal (NCR) – 89.20
4 Angel Mae Acuesta (Western Visayas) – 88.89
5 Susie Angeli Espiritu (NCR) – 88.88
6 Jemima Reside (NCR) – 88.86
7 Haerann Salgado (Central Luzon) – 88.84
8 Cristelle Maye Valenzona (NCR) – 88.56
8 Paolo Ponciano (Southern Tagalog) – 88.56
8 Kathryn Joy Villanueva (Southern Tagalog) – 88.56
8 Clark Adrian Adalia (Southern Tagalog) – 88.56
Top Performing Regions:
NCR – 17.89% (9,599 passers out of 53,641 total examinees)
CAR – 16.32%
Southern Tagalog – 12.79%
Central Luzon – 12.33%
Davao region – 11.98%.
Top Performing Regions (Professional and Subprofessional Levels):
Southern Tagalog (12.87%)
Central Visayas (12.28%)
Central Luzon (12.21%)
Central Luzon (12.98%)
Southern Tagalog (12.34%)
Bicol region (11.52%)
Both passed and failed examinees may generate their individual test results/ratings using Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS) fifteen (15) days after posting of results. See how to use OCSERGS here.
Successful examinees must personally claim their Certification of Eligibility at the CSC Regional/Field Office concerned thirty (30) days after posting of results. Representatives are not allowed to claim on behalf of the passers. In claiming the Certification, passers must present at least one valid ID upon claiming of the CoE.
Passers are strongly advised to verify/check first the availability of the Certification before going to the CSC Regional/Field Office.
See requirements and procedures on How to claim Certification of Eligibility (CoE)
About the CSE
The CSE is a general ability test designed to measure an individual’s preparedness to enter government service.
Passers of the Professional Level will obtain the Career Service Professional Eligibility, which is appropriate for appointment to both first level (clerical) and second level (technical) positions in the government, including executive/managerial positions in the second level.
On the other hand, Subprofessional Level passers will obtain the Career Service Subprofessional Eligibility appropriate only for first level positions in the government.
The CSC clarified that a Professional or Subprofessional Eligibility is just one of the qualifications to enter government service. Education, experience, and training requirements, including competency requirements (if any), must also be met in order to qualify for permanent appointment to a government career service position.
Next Civil Service Exam Schedule
Aside from the traditional pen-and-paper mode, the Career Service Examination can also be taken through a computerized mode — CSC Computerized Examination (COMEX): CSC COMEX Schedule for 2nd Semester 2019
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