2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 3

2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 3

Week 3: October 9 – October 15, 2017

PART I: MATHEMATICS

A. Subtraction of Fractions

Youtube Tutorial Videos (Taglish)

Lesson 1: Subtraction of Similar Fractions

Lesson 2: Subtraction of Fractions (Dissimilar Fractions)

Lesson 3: Subtraction of Fractions (Mixed Fractions)

Lesson 4: Subtraction of Mixed Fractions Part 1 (Shortcut)

Lesson 5: Subtraction of Mixed Fractions Part 2 (Shortcut)

More videos

Link 1: Subtraction of Similar Fractions Examples

Link 2: Subtraction of Similar Fractions

Link 3: Subtraction of Mixed Fractions

Link 4: How to Subtract Fractions Part 1

Tutorial Articles

Link 1: How to Subtract Fractions

Link 2: How to Subtract Fractions Practice Test

Link 3: How to Subtract Fractions Solution to Practice Test

PART II: ENGLISH

A. Vocabulary

B. Grammar
Understanding Simple Past Tense with Exercise

C. Spelling

Part III: CLERICAL (Subprofessional)

Alphabetizing Rules Part 3

Rule 3 Alphabetizing Exercise

Alphabetizing Quiz 3

PART IV: TIPS AND TRICKS

8 Tips on How to Pass Civil Service Examination Next Time

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2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 2

Week 2: October 2 – October 8, 2017

PART I: MATHEMATICS

A. GCD

Youtube Tutorial Videos (Taglish)

Lesson 1: Addition of Fractions (Similar Fractions)

Lesson 2: Addition of Dissimilar Fractions (LCM by Listing)

Lesson 3: Addition of Dissimilar Fractions (Ladder Method)

Lesson 4: Addition of Mixed Fractions

More tutorial Videos

How to Add Similar Fractions

Link 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPEuJjpfs68&t=3s
Link 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCCFKPXTx-s&t=384s

How to Add Dissimilar Fractions

Link 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3xakFQRtn8&t=1s
Link 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o-h_hWcnms&t=7s

How to Add Mixed Fractions
Link 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAo5ZPhvkAw&t=1s
Link 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u91Q-kEYPcI&t=185s

Tutorial Articles

PART II: ENGLISH

A. Vocabulary

B. Grammar

Simple Tenses

Lesson 1: The Simple Present Tense

Lesson 2: The Simple Past Tense

Lesson 3: The Simple Future Tense

C. Spelling Quiz 2

D.
Part III: CLERICAL (Subprofessional)

PART III: TIPS AND TRICKS
5 Effective Ways to Improve Your Vocabulary

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Solving Ratio and Proportion Problems Part 1

One of the key concepts tested in the Civil Service Exam is ratio and proportion. In this series, we are going to discuss how to solve problems involving ratio and proportion. We first begin below by explaining the meaning and concept of ratio and how to represent it.

Suppose we are cooking, and for every 4 teaspoons of vinegar, we put 3 teaspoons of soy sauce, then we can say the ratio of the volume of vinegar to the volume of soy sauce is “four is to three” and represent it as 4:3. We can also use the fraction 4/3 to represent the ratio above. Now, we discuss more examples about ratio.

Example 1

In a class, there are 24 girls and 18 boys. What is the ratio of (1) the number of girls to the number of boys and (2) the number of boys to the number of girls?

Answer

The number of girls is 24 and the number of boys is 18, so the ratio of the number of girls to the number of boys is 24:18 or 24/18. In contrast, the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls is 18:24 or 18/24.

Example 2

In a box of colored balls, there are 5 red balls and 8 blue balls. What is the ratio of the number of blue balls to the total number of balls?

Answer

The number of blue balls is 8 and the total number of balls is 5 + 8 = 13. Therefore the ratio of the number of blue balls to the total number of balls is 8:13 or 8/13.

Example 3

Gemma put 2 teaspoons of sugar for every cup of coffee. Represent the ratio of the number of teaspoons of sugar if there are 6 cups of coffee.

Answer

For every cup of coffee, we need 2 teaspoons. Therefore, for 6 cups of coffee, we need 6 times 2 = 12 teaspoons. So, the ratio of the number of teaspoons and 6 cups of coffee is 12:6.

In the three examples above, we have learned how to represent ratio. The ratio A: B means how many times of B is A. For example, the ratio 4:3 means A is 4/3 times of B.

In the next post, we are going to discuss about proportion or equal ratio.

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Congratulations Civil Service Exam Passers!

I would like to congratulate the member of the PH Civil Service Review Facebook Group who passed the October 26, 2014.  As of this writing, the group has 2,811 members and continues to grow everyday. The group has probably about 100 passers, but I only listed those whom I got permission to include their names.

Professional

  • Abucejo, Romel A.
  • Alcantara, Missy B.
  • Aldeza, John Paul D.
  • Atienza, Daniel R.
  • Carongoy, Aiko
  • Castillo, Francis Anthony E.
  • Dacallos, Girlie F.
  • Garbida, Alger James D
  • Ibis, Regio O.
  • Pimentel, Cojee
  • Reyes, Debbie Joyce A.
  • Rozario, Zaisa C.
  • Santarin, Thessa Marie C.

Sub-professional

  • Esturas, James Patrick G.
  • Pelaez, Manolito G.

Congratulations Civil Service Passers.

Here is the complete list of the Civil Service Exam Passers and the schedule for the May 2015 exam.

October 2014 Civil Service Exam Passers, Region 6

OCTOBER 26, 2014 CSE-PPT PROFESSIONAL LEVEL CSCRO NO. 06
Region ExamNo Name

06 255215 ABALARAO, MAYREN JOY D
06 254289 ABARINTO, ELLEN D
06 253437 ABATA, QUEENNIE LYN J
06 250961 ABAYGAR, SAMANTHA JOY B
06 254888 ABAYON, SEALTIEL I
06 250660 ABCEDE, QUEENIE JOY C
06 252401 ABIAN, STEVEN JAY P
06 258473 ABIBIASON, AILYN MAE O
06 252090 ABISADO, ROMELYN D
06 259979 ABLAÑA, LEO MARTIN V
06 251679 ABROT, LYNIE ROSE F
06 258600 ABUANA, FAITH JOY B
06 254239 ABUNTO, ADY FAYE C
06 259007 ABUYON, MICHAEL PETER M
06 252736 ACBANG, MACARIO C
06 250788 ACEÑA, JULIE ANN M
06 251010 ACHARON, FLORENTINA O

» Read more

October 2014 Civil Service Exam Passers, Region 5

OCTOBER 26, 2014 CSE-PPT
PROFESSIONAL LEVEL
CSCRO NO. 05
Region ExamNo Name
05 225131 AÑASCO, JOSEPH CHRISTIAN B
05 232674 ABAC, FREDELENE B
05 222865 ABACHE, FIONA MAE S
05 224088 ABAINZA, DIVINE GRACE O
05 228600 ABAN, MA COLEEN S
05 228385 ABARCA, ANN JENNETH N
05 222877 ABAYON, RALPH ROBERT G
05 222855 ABEJO, MYRA G
05 223398 ABIERA, PAULA BERNADETTE S
05 222243 ABILONG, THATLHER D
05 222015 ABITRIA, FRANK NEIL A
05 233164 ABRAGAN, JONATHAN REY B
05 230726 ACUZAR, KRISTAL MAE D

» 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.

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