Thursday, October 17, 2019

OCSERGS – August 2019 Civil Service Exam CSE Results Verification of Rating

MANILA, Philippines - The verification of rating for August 2019 Civil Service Exam (CSE) results for Professional and Subprofessional levels to both pass and failed examinees will be accessed through the Online Civil Service Examination Generation System (OCSERGS) starting TODAY, October 17, 2019. OCSERGS/ RATING VERIFICATION

Examinees can check the result of their exams through CSC's OCSERGS.

Go to http://erpo.csc.gov.ph/ocsergs/ (Copy the link exactly in your browser).
The examinee number is no longer needed. To check the rating, the examinee must provide the following information.

Applicant's Personal Information
  • Last Name (e.g., Dela Cruz)
  • First Name (e.g., Juan, Jr)
  • Middle Initial (e.g., L, or leave it blank if none)
  • Date of Birth (e.g. 04/22/1969)
Details of Examination
  • Date of Examination: (e.g. August 4, 2019)
  • Type of Examination (e.g. CSE-PPT Professional)
  • Place of Examination/ Region (e.g. CSC Central Office)
CLAIMING THE CERTIFICATION

Passers may apply for Certificate of Eligibility that is printed at security paper at cost. Meanwhile, the Commission advised to verify first the availability of the issuance of Certification on security paper before proceeding to the CSC Regional/Field Office to avoid inconvenience. Call them at this directory for inquiries.

The certification printed in security paper is preferred by government agencies as supporting document for application for employment, promotion and other important purposes.

CSC added that CSE-PPT passers may also opt to request for  a Certification of Eligibility (CoE) printed on CSC official letterhead (free of charge) by November 4, 2019.

CSC, to quote,
The letterhead printed Certification is derived from the processing of test results issued free of charge by the CSC Examination Office through the CSC Regional/Field Offices.
To claim the certification, passers must present a valid ID and Application receipt or CSC official receipt (if applicable). Here's the list of valid IDs
  • Driver’s License/Temporary Driver’s License (LTO O.R. must be presented together with old Driver’s License; O.R. alone is not allowed)/Student Driver’s Permit; 
  • Passport; 
  • PRC License; 
  • SSS I.D.; 
  • GSIS I.D. (UMID); 
  • Voter’s I.D./Voter’s Certification; 
  • BIR/Taxpayer’s I.D. (ATM type/TIN card type with picture); 
  • PhilHealth I.D. (must have the bearer’s name, clear picture, signature and PhilHealth number);
  • Company/Office I.D.;
  • School I.D.; 
  • Police Clearance/Police Clearance Certificate (with picture); 
  • Postal I.D.; 
  • Barangay I.D.; 
  • NBI Clearance; 
  • Seaman’s Book; 
  • HDMF Transaction Card; 
  • PWD I.D.; 
  • Solo Parent I.D.; 
  • Senior Citizen’s I.D.; 
  • Alien Certificate of Registration Identity Card (ACR I-CARD)
CSC reminded all passers that the CoE must be personally claimed by CSE passers as representatives are not allowed. 

In certain instances that the passers have moved to another region, or remote areas within the region, they may personally claim their CoE at the CSC Regional or Field Office (serving as conduit CSC Regional Office/ Field Office) nearest their present place or residence of work.

A written request must be filed to claim the CoE in certain instances that they moved to another region, to quote,
For those who have moved to or are based in another region, a written request must be sent to the authorized CSC RO (with jurisdiction over the testing center/venue where they took the examination) to forward their Certification of Eligibility to the conduit CSC Regional/Field Office where they would like to claim the same. In their written request, they must also cite their reasons for the request.
The official lists of passers were released by the Civil Service Commission on October 3, 2019 or within sixty (60) days after the administration of exams. The eligibility exams for professional and subprofessional levels were conducted on August 4, 2019 at designated regional testing locations nationwide. Here is the summary of CSE August 2019 results.


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  1. how to know the result?

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  2. How to know the result please update me

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  3. lord pleassseee...hopefully makapasa kmi lhat na nag take..

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  4. How to know the result? Can I have the link?

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  5. there is no date for August 4, 2019

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    1. after 15 days ..we can try the OCSERGS again.

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  6. Wala na bang madagdag dyan sa Region 11? Ybañez Rodel P. Po

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  7. Pa update naman po kagad nung list nung date sa ocsergs para malaman po result. Ty

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  8. How to know the score

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  9. Hindi ko po makita yung ratings ko

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    1. 15 days pa bago makikita ang ratings

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  10. Hindi pa po ba applicable para sa mga nagtake noong August 5, 2019? Thank you po.

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  11. RECORDS SHOWS THAT ALL PERCENTAGES OF EXAMINATIONS CONDUCTED ON VARIOUS DATES WERE CUT AT 10% OR 11% OR LESS. IS THIS YOUR STANDARD CUT-OFF PERCENTAGE ON ALL EXAMINATIONS?

    EXAMPLE: TOTAL EXAMINEES FOR AUGUST 2019 - 276,000
    EST. 27,600 - 10% PASSERS
    248,400 - 90%

    WHAT HAPPENED TO THE REMAINING 90% OF THE EXAMINEES... DI BA SILA PUMASA LAHAT SA EXAMS?

    CAN I ASK FOR A COPY OF THE RESULTS OF THE EXAMS LAST AUGUST 2019 SHOWING ALL THE ITEMS WITH THEIR CORRESPONDING RATING?

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH..







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    1. 10% to 11% is actually based on per 100 takers, there are 10% to 11% passers only. Meaning, they get 80 and above. Passing is 80. The remaining 89 to 90 takers, failed the exam or they get below 80. You can have the ratings after 15 days after the result. Kindly look for the OCSERGS. Hope this will help.

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  12. How to know the result?

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  13. When will be the releasing of rating for august 4 examinees for us to check our percentage

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  14. Is there any possibility na yung Middle Initial might be mistakenly input sa result? needed clarification please

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  15. OCSERGS page/link was not updated. has no August 04,2019 date of examination. Thank you.

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  16. Bakit di pa updated yong OCSERGES? Wala pang August 4, 2019? Di nmin makikita yong result!

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    1. 18.august.2019 posting nila sa exam results/scores/percentage

      kung pumasa tayo, be glad kasi pinalad ang 500. God bless

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  17. Does OCSERGS really work? I can't generate my grade result.

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  18. there is no August 4, 2019 sa mga nakalagay na date of examination

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  19. Bakit kaya hanggang ngayon, hindi pa available sa ocsergs ang mga individual ratings ng passers, pero may inilabas na na top 10, meaning na-compute na nila lahat. Nagtatanong lang po.

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  20. Sabi po sa csc website ratings can be viewed 15 days after the release of results, nakalagay din po jan sa taas, hanggang oct 18, basa basa po tayo. Salamat.

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  21. Bakit ayaw mag generate? Tss. Error lagi

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  22. nag crash ata ang website

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  23. Kaya nga eh. Nag eerror lage.

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  24. bakit cannot be found po lumalabas

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  25. Bakit ayaw lumabas ng name ko tama naman lahat ng information

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  26. Wala naman po nalabas sa binigay ninyo na system para dun mag generate ng rating. Wala na bang ibang access?

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  27. bakit cannot be found po ang lumalabas

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