Civil Service Commission Regional and Field Offices

Here are the list of Civil Service Commission Regional and Field Offices.

CSC Region 1 Regional Office
Quezon Avenue., San Fernando City, La Union

CSCRO 1 – Field Offices
CSC Field Office – Ilocos Sur
Zone 5, Bantay, Ilocos Sur

CSC Field Office – Ilocos Norte
No. 7 Giron St. Laoag City, Ilocos Norte

CSC Field Office – La Union
Aguila Road,
City of San Fernando, La Union

CSC Field Office – Lingayen
Provincial Capitol Compound
Lingayen, Pangasinan

CSC Field Office – Urdaneta
Alexander St., Urdaneta City, Pangasinan

CSC Region 2 Regional Office
San Gabriel, Tuguegarao, Cagayan

CSCRO 2 – Field Offices
CSC Field Office Cagayan – Batanes
Regional Government Center, Carig, Tuguegarao City

CSC Field Office – Isabela
Alibagu, Ilagan, Isabela

CSC Field Office Nueva Vizcaya – Quirino
Capitol Site, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya

CSC Field Office – Quirino
Quirino State University Campus, Diffun, Quirino

CSC Region 3 Regional Office
Diosdado Macapagal Government Center, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga

CSCRO 3 – Field Offices
CSC Field Office – Aurora
Barangay Buhangin, Baler, Aurora

CSC Field Office – Bataan
Provincial Capitol Compound, Balanga City,
Bataan

CSC Field Office – Bulacan
Provincial Capitol Compound,
City of Malolos, Bulacan

CSC Field Office – Nueva Ecija
Old Provincial Capitol Compound
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija

CSC Field Office – Pampanga
Provincial Capitol Compound, Sto. Niño
City of San Fernando, Pampanga

CSC Field Office – Tarlac
Romulo Blvd., San Vicente,
Tarlac City

CSC Field Office – Zambales
Palanginan, Iba, Zambales

CSC Region 4 Regional Office
139 Panay Avenue Brgy. South Triangle
Quezon City

CSCRO 4 – Field Offices
CSC Field Office – Cavite
Provincial Capitol Compound

Trece Martires City, Cavite
#108 LTO Compound, Palico IV
Imus City, Cavite

CSC Field Office – Laguna
Provincial Capitol Compound, Brgy. Poblacion Uno
Sta. Cruz, Laguna

CSC Field Office – Batangas
Provincial Capitol Compound, Brgy. Kumintang Ibaba
Batangas City, Batangas

CSC Field Office – Rizal
4th Floor GSO Bldg. Cainta Municipal Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo
Cainta, Rizal

CSC Field Office – Quezon
Provincial Capitol Compound, Brgy. 10
Lucena City, Quezon 4301

CSC Field Office – Oriental Mindoro
Old Capitol Compound, Brgy. Ibaba East
Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro

CSC Field Office – Occidental Mindoro
Hidalgo Street, Brgy. 7,
San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

Provincial Capitol Compound, Brgy. Payompom
Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro

CSC Field Office – Marinduque
Provincial Capitol Compound, Brgy. Santol
Boac, Marinduque

CSC Field Office – Romblon
4th Floor, Romblon Provincial Capitol Bldg. Capaclan
Romblon, Romblon

CSC Field Office – Palawan
Lot 10 Block 7, Rafols Road, Sta. Monica Heights
Puerto Princesa City, Puerto Princesa

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Civil Service Examination 2018 Schedule

It’s official! The Civil Service Commission has already announced the dates of the Civil Service Paper and Pencil Professional and Subprofessional Examination for 2018. They are the following:

First Batch
Exam Date: March 18, 2018
Filing Period: November 16, 2017 to January 31, 2018

Second Batch
Exam Date: August 12, 2018
Filing Period: April 10, 2018 to June 22, 2018

Note: Acceptance of applications shall be on a First-COME, FIRST SERVED basis and shall be closed any time before the deadline if the CSC Regional/Field Office has already reached the target number of applicants.

Qualifications:

All applicants must strictly meet the following qualification requirements:
1. Filipino citizen;
2. At least 18 years old on the date of filing of application;
3. Of good moral character;
4. Has not been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude, or disgraceful or immoral conduct, dishonesty, examination irregularity, drunkenness, or addiction to drugs;
5. Has not been dishonorably discharged from military service, or dismissed for cause from any civilian position in the government; and
6. Has not taken the same level of Career Service Examination, regardless of mode, within the last three months before the date of examination.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

1. Fully accomplished Application Form (CS Form No. 100, Revised September 2016).
Note: The spaces for “Signature of Applicant” and “Right Thumbmark” on the
Application Form should be left blank. These shall be accomplished in the presence of the
CSC processor.

2. Four (4) pieces of identical I.D. pictures with specifications, as follows:
a. Passport size (4.5 cm x 3.5 cm or 1.8 inches x 1.4 inches)
b. Colored, with white background
c. Taken within three (3) months prior to filing of application
d. Printed on good quality photo paper
e. In standard close-up shot (from shoulder level up with the head and face occupying at least 80% of the picture and with the name tag positioned at approximately 1 inch or 2.54 cm below the chin)
f. In bare face (with no eyeglasses, colored contact lens, or any accessories that may cover the facial features; facial features not computer enhanced)
g. Showing left and right ears
h. Taken in full-face view directly facing the camera
i. With neutral facial expression, and both eyes open
j. With HANDWRITTEN (not computer-generated) name tag legibly showing SIGNATURE OVER PRINTED FULL NAME in the format: First Name, Middle Initial, Last Name, and Extension Name, if any

3. Original and photocopy of any of the following I.D. cards, which must be valid (not expired upon filing of application):
a. Driver’s License;
b. Passport;
c. PRC License;
d. SSS I.D.;
e. GSIS I.D. (UMID);
f. Voter’s I.D.;
g. BIR I.D. (ATM type/TIN card type with picture);
h. PhilHealth I.D. (must, at the least, contain the holder’s name, clear picture, signature and PhilHealth number);
i. Company/Office I.D.;
j. School I.D. (validated for the current school year/semester/trimester);
k. Police Clearance/Police Clearance Certificate (with picture);
l. Postal I.D.;
m. Barangay I.D.; or
n. NBI Clearance.
Note: All other I.D. cards not included in the above list shall NOT be accepted.
4. For applicants without date of birth in their I.D. card/s, original and photocopy of Birth Certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA, formerly National Statistics Office), or the Local Civil Registry (LCR) printed on Security Paper (SecPa)
5. For applicants holding dual citizenship under R.A. 9225, original and photocopy of Certification of Retention/Re-acquisition of Philippine Citizenship issued by the Bureau of Immigration
6. Examination fee of Five Hundred Pesos (Php 500.00)

Source: https://web.facebook.com/notes/philippine-civil-service-commission/2018-schedule-of-career-service-examination-pen-and-paper-test/2013618672241954/

Civil Service Exam Vocabulary Week 7 – Set 2

This is the PCSR seventh vocabulary reviewer.

1.) Adamant– adjective

Hard; inflexible

Romy’s statement “My love for you is as adamant as Wolverine’s claws” made his friends tease him.

2.) Composure – noun

Statement of mind under stress

The rookie accepted all the challenges with composure.

3.) Embellish – verb

Adorn; beautify; decorate

Beads and sequences embellished the Reyna Elena’s gown.

4.) Genealogy – noun

Record of descent; lineage

I had fun using the new G-app or Genealogy App that shows your celebrity genealogy.

5.) Irksome – adjective

Boring; dull

I find the movie “The Beguiled” irksome because of the slow flow of the story.

6.) Nauseate – verb

Cause to become sick; fill with disgust; sicken

Malou’s sense of smell is very sensitive since she’s pregnant. Anything that has odor nauseates her.

7.) Parameter – noun

Boundary

The police officer instructed his men to check the parameters to ensure the guests safety.

8.) Prim – adjective

Very precise and formal

Miss Minchin ordered her girls to be prim and proper on the event day.

9.) Sacrosanct – adjective

Most sacred

During the war in Marawi, the terrorists invaded the churches and destroy all the sacrosanct things inside.

10.) Scrutinize – verb

Examine closely and critically

Jessa is known for her ability to scrutinize everything to death.

Civil Service Review Spelling Quiz 7 – Set 2

Item 01

a. idiosyncrasy
b. absense
c. parallel
d. desperate
e. articulate

Item 02

a. aboriginal
b. understatement
c. thunderstorm
d. indifferent
e. aparrent

Item 03

a. colloquial
b. posthumous
c. dissapoint
d. receipt
e. rue

Item 04

a. wispy
b. introvert
c. adulate
d. seperate
e. excoriate

Item 05

a. happines
b. buoyant
c. reference
d. noticeable
e. athlete

Item 06

a. tendency
b. submission
c. occassion
d. paraphernalia
e. barrel

Item 07

a. congeniality
b. enviroment
c. adversary
d. retribution
e. attributes

Item 08

a. minuet
b. dillema
c. description
d. tangential
e. easily

Item 09

a. tantamont
b. immediately
c. inadequate
d. honorifics
e. arcade

Item 10

a. villain
b. heros
c. ventriloquist
d. pronunciation
e. maintenance

Answers:

1. b – absence
2. e – apparent
3. c – disappoint
4. d – separate
5. a – happiness
6. c – occasion
7. b – environment
8. b – dilemma
9. a – tantamount
10. b – heroes

Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 6

In the previous post we have learned how to file names with professional and personal titles. In this post, we are going to learn how to file names with abbreviations.

Rule 6

All abbreviations in names should be alphabetized as though they were spelled out. Consider the following examples:

St. Peter
Fr. Joel
Mr. Cruz

Ft. Santiago
Quezon Ave.
Brixton St.

They are filed by unit as:

Father Joel
Mister Cruz
Saint Peter

Brixton Street
Fort Santiago
Quezon Avenue

Now, try these following exercise:

Exercise 1

Ms. Abelan
Bro. Justin
Engr. Perez
Atty. Quintin
St. Matthew

Exercise 2

Captain Burger Jr.
St. Joseph Funeral Homes
Fifth Ave.
Maginhawa St.
Blue Cor. Printing Co.

Exercise 3

Abshp. Welby
Mngr. Gallo
Prof. Reyes
Mr. Lopez
Gov. Medina

Answer to Exercise 1

Attorney Quintin
Brother Justin
Engineer Perez
Miss Abelan
Saint Matthew

Answer to Exercise 2

Blue Corner Printing Company
Captain Burger Junior
Fifth Avenue
Maginhawa Street
Saint Joseph Funeral Homes

Answer to Exercise 3

Archbishop Welby
Governor Medina
Manager Gallo
Mister Lopez
Professor Reyes

2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 5

2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 5
Week 5: October 23 – October 29, 2017

PART I: MATHEMATICS
A. Decimal

Youtube Tutorial Videos (Taglish)

Lesson 1: How to Add Numbers with Decimals Part 1

Lesson 2: How to Add Numbers with Decimals Part 2

Lesson 3: How to Subtract Numbers with Decimals Part 1

Lesson 4: How to Subtract Numbers with Decimals Part 2

Lesson 5: How to Multiply Numbers with Decimals Part 1

Lesson 6: How to Multiply Numbers with Decimals Part 2

Lesson 7: How to Divide Numbers with Decimals Part 1

Lesson 8: How to Divide Numbers with Decimals Part 2

Lesson 9: How to Divide Numbers with Decimals Part 3

Lesson 10: How to Divide Numbers with Decimals Part 4

Lesson 11: How to Divide Numbers with Decimals Part 5

Tutorial Articles

Lesson 1: How to Add Numbers with Decimals

Lesson 2: How to Subtract Numbers with Decimals

Lesson 3: How to Multiply Numbers with Decimals

Lesson 4: How to Divide Numbers with Decimals

PART II: ENGLISH

A. Vocabulary

B. Grammar

Understanding Perfect Tense

Grammar Rules: Present Perfect Tense

Grammar Rules: Past Perfect Tense

Grammar Rules: Future Perfect Tense

Perfect Tenses Summary and Quiz

C. Spelling

Part III: CLERICAL (Subprofessional)

Alphabetizing Rules Part 5

Rule 5 Alphabetizing Exercise

Alphabetizing Quiz 5

PART IV: LOGIC

How to Solve Number Series Tutorials (Overview)

How to Solve Civil Service Exam Number Series Problems 1

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2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 4

2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 4
Week 4: October 16 – October 22, 2017

PART I: MATHEMATICS
A. Multiplication of Fractions

Youtube Tutorial Videos (Taglish)

Lesson 1: Multiplication of Fractions (Proper and Improper)

Lesson 2: Multiplication of Fractions (Mixed Fractions)

Lesson 3: Multiplication of Fractions (Shortcut)

How to Calculate Faster Using Cancellation

B. Division of Fractions

Lesson 1: Division of Fractions (Proper and Improper)

Lesson 2: Division of Fractions (Mixed Fractions)

More videos (Taglish videos from Youtube)

How to Multiply Fractions

Multiplication of Fractions

How to Divide Fractions

Division of Fractions

Tutorial Articles

How to Add Fractions

How to Add Fractions Practice Test

How to Add Fractions Solution to Practice Test

PART II: ENGLISH

A. Vocabulary

B. Grammar

Understanding Simple Future Tense with Exercise

Simple Tenses Summary and Quiz

C. Spelling

Part III: CLERICAL (Subprofessional)

Alphabetizing Rules Part 4

Rule 4 Alphabetizing Exercise

Alphabetizing Quiz 3

PART IV: TIPS AND TRICKS

4 Things To Do 3 Months Before the Exam

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Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 5

In the previous post we have learned how to file compound and hyphenated surnames. In this post, we are going to learn how to file names with professional or personal titles.

Rule 5

Titles which are an intrinsic part of the name are considered as the first unit. Consider the following examples:

Princess Diana
Mother Theresa
King Arthur
Pastor Ed
Prince Harry

They are filed as:

King Arthur
Mother Theresa
Pastor Ed
Prince Harry
Princess Diana

But when a title of a person is added to a full name, it should be considered as last unit. Look at these examples:

Senator Panfilo Lacson
Congressman Art Dela Cruz
Attorney Jerry Villar
Doctor Hannah Villegas
Miss Lovely Pedroso

They are filed as:

Delacruz, Art Congressman
Lacson, Panfilo Senator
Pedroso, Lovely Miss
Villar, Jerry Attorney
Villegas, Hannah Doctor

Also, other titles appendages such as Sr., Jr., II., Mrs. Ph.D are also considered as the last name. Examples:

Teodoro, Albero II.
Candelaria, Jenny Mrs.
Lapuz, Ted PhD

Lastly, firm names beginning with a title should be indexed and filed as Title – (Company name). Examples:

Dr. Strange Computer Shop
Ms. Minchin’s Munchkins
Mr. Lova Laundry Shop

They are filed as:

Doctor Strange Computer Shop
Miss Minchin’s Munchkins
Mister Lova Laundry Shop

Now, try these following exercise:

Exercise 1

Father Matthew
Madam Claudia
Mistress Mary
Attorney Marra Sy
President Jaime Ramos

Exercise 2

Professor Eugene Dominguez
Mayor Robert Ambrosio
Chancellor Albert Gonzaga
Mr. Andy Smith
Ramon P. Bautista Jr.

Exercise 3

Atty. Max Moreno Law Office
Dr. Lemon Fruit Juice
Mr. Pepper Bakeshop
Mr. Clean Laundry Shop
Master Fix-it Computer Shop

Answer to Exercise 1

Father Matthew
Madam Claudia
Miss Mary
Ramos, Jaime President
Sy, Marra Attorney

Exercise 2

Ambrosio, Robert Mayor
Bautista, Ramon P.  Jr.
Dominguez, Eugene Professor
Gonzaga, Albert Chancellor
Smith, Andy Mr.

Exercise 3

Attorney Max Moreno Law Office
Doctor Lemon Fruit Juice
Master Fix-it Computer Shop
Mister Clean Laundry Shop
Mister Pepper Bakeshop

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