2015 Civil Service Examination Schedules

The Civil Service Commission has announced the Career Service Examination, Paper and Pencil Test for Professional Level and Subprofessional Levels for 2015. For those who are planning to take these exams, please take note of the following dates of examination and the respective application periods.

Reminder: This application is a first come first served basis. So, the earlier to apply, the better.

The 2015 Civil Service Examination Schedules

May Examination

Date of Examination: May 3, 2015
Application Period: November 17, 2014 – March 12, 2015

October Examination

Date of Examination: October 18, 2015
Application Period: May 25, 2014 – September 3, 2015

For more information about the Civil Service Exam, download the PDF memo from Civil Service Commission below. Good luck to all 2015 aspiring examinees.  » Read more

One Month Until The Exam! How’s Your Review?

I am not sure if you keep track of your calendar, but today is exactly one month before the next Civil Service Examination. As of this writing, the Official Civil Service Calendar still shows that the exam in on October 26, 2014 and there is no sign of change of schedule so far. This means that you have four weeks to prepare for the exam. Be sure to brush up with your grammar, vocabulary, and mathematics skills. This blog has a lot of reviewer, so all you need to do is read and answer the practice exercises and quizzes.

Aside from the articles about content, here are some tips that might help you more in your review.

In case you have not registered for the upcoming October 2014 exam, I still suggest that you continue your review and continue answering the exercises in this blog. This way, in the next exam which is usually held in April, you will be ready and more confident. I will be writing more exercises and tutorials in this blog, so you might want to subscribe. You can use the Subscribe by Mail box located at the upper right part of the page.

It’s 3 Months Before the Next Exam! 4 Things To do

Yes, it’s three months before the next 2014 Civil Service Exam.If the original schedule pushes through, then the next exam will be on October 26th, exactly 3 months from now.

I think it is the perfect time for you to start your review seriously. Here are some of the things that you can do.

1.) Know the scope of the exam.

The exam is mainly composed of English and Mathematics. The details of the scope of the Civil Service Professional Exam and Sub-professional Exam can be found here. Focus on these types of exams, read, and practice everyday.  » Read more

Frequently Asked Questions about Civil Service Exams

Since the PH Civil Service Reviewer Facebook Page (please Like it) is asked by the same set of questions repeatedly, I have decided to create a Frequently Asked Questions page about the Civil Service Examination. Note that all these information are summarized from the official page of the Civil Service Exam.

Warning: As the CSC may change any rule or information in the link above any time, the information below may not be always up-to-date. Make sure to go the to official web page given above if the data you need is crucial or important.

Frequently Asked Questions in Civil Service Exam

1.) What is the Philippine Civil Service Exam?

The Civil Service Exam or the Career Service Examination is a set of examinations for people who want to work as  government employee in the Philippines. Most positions in the government require Civil Service eligibility; that is, require persons who passed the CSE.  » Read more

April 6, 2014 Civil Service Exam Results

For those who are patiently and nervously waiting for the results of the Civil Service Exam-Pencil and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) last April 6, 2014, it is available online.  Below are the links to the official Civil Service Exam website per region.

It is said that nearly 200,000 examinees took the exams in 52 testing centers. The passing rate of the Civil Service Exams both professional and subprofessional is 80%.

Civil Service Exam Professional Examination List of Passers  » Read more

How to Change Your Forum Password

In the previous post, I mentioned one good news — that you can now participate in the Forum page of this website. In that page, you can ask questions and also answer questions made by other participants. The page is still in the testing phase, but you can already use it.

To use the Forum, you have to register (how?), and upon registration, a password is sent to you via email. That password is quite long and it is hard to remember, so you might want to change it. Here are the steps.

How to Change Your Password

1.) Go to the login page» Read more

You can now ask questions on the Forum page!

As part of making this site more interactive, I have created a forum page where users of this site can ask questions or answer questions by other users as well. However, before you can use the forum, you need to register. If you have registered, you can login and then ask or answer questions. Don’t worry, it’s FREE.

As of now, the forum is still in beta phase (testing phase), so you can’t really expect your questions to be answered immediately. As we gain more members, we will have more persons who will answer the questions.

How to Register (Taglish)

1.) Mag-register dito.   Sa pagreregister, hihingan kayo ng login name at email. Ito na ang gagamitin ninyo palagi kung magpopost kayo sa forum. » Read more

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