OFFICIAL RESULTS: Civil Service Exam (March 2018) List of Passers


UPDATE (May 16, 2018): The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has NOW RELEASED the results of the “March 2018 Civil Service Exam.” View the complete List of Passers below!

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If you took the Civil Service Exam – Pen & Paper Test last March 2018, check here to find out if your name is on the official List of Passers released by the Civil Service Commission (CSC).

The Civil Service Exam is a tough exam, so if you will pass and will find your name below, we extend our warmest congratulations to you! Good job!

Philippine Civil Service Exam – Passing Rate 

Did you know that the Career Service Examination (CSE) is very challenging and competitive, with a passing rate of only 10-12%?

That’s a low passing rate, which means only 10 to 12 people, for every 100 takers, get to pass this grueling exam. See the passing rate trend in the Civil Service Exam in recent years.

Civil Service Exam (CSE-PPT)Passing RateNo. of PassersTotal No. of Examinees
August 201812.12%22,087182,292
March 201810.78%30,175279,787
August 201710.98%25,127228,917
March 201711.42%25,090219,679
October 201611.30%22,978203,339
April 201611.02%25,276229,463
October 201511.02%13,152119,333

How to get your Individual Test Result

Those who took the Civil Service Exam, regardless if they passed or failed, may generate their individual test result using the Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS) which is available at the Civil Service Commission website (

Take note that report of ratings and test results will NOT be mailed to individual examinees. The examinee has to encode the required data in the OCSERGS and successful data submission will produce a copy of the ratings and test results which may be printed for reference.

The CSC Regional Offices are tasked to handle the release of CSE-PPT results to examinees by region. In case the examinee encounters a problem in generating the test results or has a question or clarification regarding the exam, the examinee should verify directly with his or her respective CSC Regional Office.

Issuance of “Certification of Eligibility”

Successful Civil Service Exam passers shall be issued a Certification of Eligibility printed on CSC’s official letterhead. This Certification is free of charge and shall be issued through the CSC Regional/Field Offices.

Passers must personally claim their Certification of Eligibility at the CSC Regional/Field Office concerned. Representatives are not allowed to claim on their behalf. When claiming the Certification, passers must present the following:

1. Application receipt and/or CSC Official Receipt, if available.

2. At least one of the following accepted I.D. cards which must be valid (i.e. not expired) upon claiming of the Certification:

  • Driver’s License
  • Passport
  • PRC License
  • SSS ID
  • Voter’s ID
  • BIR ID (ATM type / TIN card type with picture)
  • PhilHealth ID (must contain the holder’s name, clear picture, signature and PhilHealth number)
  • Company or Office ID
  • School ID (validated for the current school year/semester/trimester)
  • Police Clearance/Police Clearance Certificate
  • Postal ID
  • Barangay ID
  • NBI Clearance

Any other ID card not included in the above list shall NOT be accepted.

In addition to the printed Certification on the letterhead of CSC, passers may opt to apply for regular Certification of Eligibility that is printed on Security Paper. These certifications that are printed on Security Paper may be more preferred by government agencies as supporting document for employment application or promotion or other human resource transfers. Please note, however, that Certifications printed on Security Paper is NOT free.


Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CSE-PPT Professional & Sub-Professional Level
Held on March 2018

  • The List of Passers is posted below! 
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Click each link below to view the official list of passers by region.

Professional Level

Sub-Professional Level

Source: Civil Service Commission (