LIST OF PASSERS: March 18, 2018 Civil Service Exam Results CSE-PPT

MANILA, Philippines (RELEASED) – The March 2018 Civil Service Exam results for Professional and Subprofessional levels together with the list of passers, top examinees and related announcements are available at this website as the Civil Service Commission (CSC) officially released the results online on May 16, 2018 or within sixty (60) days after the day of examinations.

As announced, 25,602 out of 238,966 (10.71%) examinees passed the Professional Level while 4,573 out of 40,821 (11.20%) passed the Subprofessional Level. Complete statistics of passers here…

Below is the summary of March 2018 Civil Service Exam – Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) results for Professional and Subprofessional levels courtesy of CSC.


The exams are administered by the Civil Service Commission on March 18, 2018 at CSC testing centers located in NCR, CAR, CARAGA, ARMM and all Regional testing centers nationwide.


According to the Commission’s examinees guide in taking Civil Service Examination – Pen and Paper Test, the target release date for the results of March 2018 CSE-PPT (Professional and Subprofessional) will be within sixty (60) days after the day of eligibility exams (on or before Thursday, May 17, 2018). However, results may also be released EARLIER or later than the target date without prior notice.

Update as of 05/12/2018: Civil Service Commission through a comment in a Facebook post said that results will be out next week. We recommend to stand by starting May 14-17, 2018.

On the same exams conducted by CSC on August 2017, March 2017 and April 2016, results were out within forty one (41) days.

Examination rating can be generated in approximately fifteen (15) days after the list of passers is posted using the Online Civil Service Exam Result Generation System (OCSERGS). Those who pass the exams should verify with the CSC Regional Office the availability of Certification of Eligibility (CoE). Representatives are not allowed to claim the CoE. Claiming of certification will be available approximately thirty (30) days after posting of results.

As per CSC,

The professional eligibility is needed for appointment to second level (technical) positions in the government, requiring at least a bachelor’s degree for education. The Subprofessional eligibility is applicable to first level (clerical) government positions that require less than four years of college studies. The Professional eligibility may also be used for clerical positions. Both eligibilities, though, cannot be used for positions involving practice of profession and those covered by special laws.

Passing the CSC exams is not the only requirement for working in the government. CSC reminded that aspirants shall meet the education, experience and training requirements needed for the position. Likewise, they will have to undergo screening process by the selection board which might include interviews, written exams, among others.


CSC’s Career Service Exam, Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT), both for Prof and Subprof levels are scheduled twice a year to cater the growing number of examinees. Below is the next schedule of exams.

Date of ExamStart of ApplicationDeadline of Application
August 12, 2018April 10, 2018June 22, 2018

SEE ALSO: School Assignment, ONSA – August 2018 Civil Service Exam (CSE)


On the most recent CSE-PPT exams conducted August 2017, 25,127 out of 228,917 (10.98%) examinees passed. 21,792 out of 196,819 passed in the Professional level while 3,335 out of 32,098 passed in the Subprofessional. Adrian Callagan from Region 2 ranked first in the Prof level garnering 90.87% rating followed by Merynel Gratuito from Bicol Region having 90.27%. In Subprof level, Mark Dave Balmilero from Region 2 ranked first garnering 87.54% followed by Jodi Jill Manikan from Western Visayas having 87.38%.

On CSC exams conducted March 2017, 25,090 out of 219,679 examinees passed or an overall passing rate of 11.42%. 21,640 out of 188,528 examinees passed the Professional level while 3,450 out of 31,169 examinees passed in the Subprofessional. Michael Louie D. Lim from Northern Mindanao ranked first in Professional level garnering 92.45% rating followed by Arvin Lawrence N. Quiñones from National Capital Region (NCR) having 91.17%. In subprofessional, Faye S. Cruz from NCR ranked first having 89.12% followed by Roi Solomon B. Labay also from NCR garnering 88.87%.

During October 2016 CSE-PPT, 203,339 examinees took the exams for Professional and Subprofessional levels. 19, 870 or 11.33% of the total examinees passed in the Professional Level while  22,978 passers or 11.09% passed in the Subprofessional Level. Clinton John Miglana from CARAGA region topped the exams in Professional test having 91.17% rating followed by Joelle Sophia Peña from National Capital Region with a rating of 90.62%. Meanwhile, in Subprofessional level, Dianne Franz Abal from Western Visayas got the highest rating having 86.99% followed by Hazel Pereira from NCR garnering 86.97% rating.

On April 2016 of the same exams, 5,276 out of 229,463 examinees successfully passed. 22, 041 passers were conferred with civil service Professional eligibility, while 3,235 passers received the Subprofessional eligibility. Hannah Ivyn Hazel Damian from NCR topped the Professional eligibility exams garnering 92.36% rating. She was followed by Emil Alfred Edgar Mendoza also from NCR and Marc Gelian Ante from Bicol Region having 91.81%. In Subprofessional level, Jerome De Chavez from NCR ranked first having 88.28% followed by Seth Kenan Turian from Bicol Region garnering 87.59% rating.

Here is the summary of CSE-PPT results in the last five (5) exams.

Civil Service Exam DateNo. of ExamineesPassersPassing Rate
August 2017 CSE-PPT228,91725,12710.98%
March 2017 CSE-PPT219,67925,09011.42%
October 2016 CSE-PPT203,33922,97811.30%
April 2016 CSE-PPT229,46325,27611.0%
October 2015 CSE-PPT119,33313,15211.02%


The March 2018 CSC-PPT both for Professional and Subprofessional levels covered the following topics:

Professional Level (Prof) – In English and Filipino

  • Numerical Ability (Basic Operations; Word Problems)
  • Analytical Ability (Word Association – identifying assumptions and conclusions; Logic; Data Interpretation)
  • Verbal Ability (Grammar and Correct Usage; Vocabulary; Paragraph Organization; Reading Comprehension)
  • General Information (Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees RA No. 6713, Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts, Environment  Management and Protection)

SubProfessional Level (SubProf) – In English and Filipino

  • Numerical Ability (Basic Operations; Word Problems)
  • Clerical Ability (Filing; Spelling)
  • Verbal Ability (Grammar and Correct Usage; Vocabulary; Paragraph Organization; Reading Comprehension)
  • General Information (Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees RA No. 6713, Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts, Environment  Management and Protection)

The CSC-PPT for Professional level covered 170 test items in 3 hours and 10 minutes while in Subprofessional test, 165 test items in 2 hours and 40 minutes.

To pass the eligibility exams, CSC said that an examinee must obtain an average rating of at least 80.00%.


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297 comments… add one
  • Anonymous May 19, 2018 @ 1:08

    Got pass! ❤️ To God Be All The Glory! Tanong ko lang po, kelan pwede kunin ang COE? Thanks!

  • Anonymous May 19, 2018 @ 17:26

    hello po… magtatanong lang po kung kailan release ng result ng top 10

  • Anonymous May 20, 2018 @ 11:31

    Pano malamam yung scores? Tsaka yumg examinee number?

  • Yahyah May 20, 2018 @ 17:32

    Di ko maview ratings ko. Tssk

  • Unknown May 21, 2018 @ 1:19

    bagsak na naman..for the 10th times..mag exam pa ba uli ako?

  • Anonymous May 21, 2018 @ 4:22

    saan po makikita ung mga list passers sa MAY na result??

  • Anonymous May 21, 2018 @ 10:06

    Good Day po! Saan po ako dapat mag file for cs examination for this up coming CS Examination August 2018? Metro Manila lang po. Thank you and God Bless.

  • Anonymous May 23, 2018 @ 3:24

    Bakit palaging hindi ko makikita yung rating ko kahit hindi ako nakapasa gusto ko din makita kung saan ba ako mababa para next time naman mabawi ko ilang beses nang hindi ko makikita ratings ko andaya naman baka pasado ako hindi lng nakasama sa list

  • Anonymous May 25, 2018 @ 3:46

    when will the certificates of passers for march 2018 CSC exam be available?

  • Anonymous May 31, 2018 @ 2:51

    Hi admin, kelan po ilalabas ang scores? thanks

  • Anonymous Jun 2, 2018 @ 0:12

    Pahelp naman po paanu maview exam rating di po kasi nagana phone po gamit ko..

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  • Elvin S. Montalbo Aug 13, 2021 @ 18:24

    I would like to ask who was Gibson Montalbo( the name appeared after the 2018 civil service examination). I reviewed the names of examinees before the said examination and I saw my name on it, my name was Elvin S. Montalbo. I am sorry if my statement arrived late, please reply to me what had happened, I am now studying law course and I want to become a good lawyer. I know that Philippine law still has rightful judgement, I am a part of it. Kindly fix this misunderstood problem. Thank you very much Sir/Madam.

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