11,644 examinees passed the Career Service written examinations conducted nationwide last April 25, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) said. The figure represents 12.82% of the 90,851 total examinees, up by 2.67% compared to the passing rate registered for the November 2009 examinations. Of the passers, 9,357 took the Professional test, and the rest the Sub-Professional test.
Leandro Luiz S. Manantan from National Capital Region (NCR) topped the Professional level with a rating of 88.32, while Hannah Arlin P. Dela Cruz, also from, NCR topped the Sub-professional level with an 88.18 rating.
As to regional performance, combined statistics show the NCR having the highest passing rate at 18.62% or 2,854 passers out of 15,329 examinees. The Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) followed suit with a 17.50% passing rate, or 444 passers out of 2,537 examinees. Other regions with notable passing rate include Central Luzon with 15.71%; Davao Peninsula, 14.05%; Western Visayas, 13.16%; Southern Tagalog, 12.72%; Central Visayas, 12.11%; and Bicol Region, 12.09%.
The successful examinees, according to the CSC, shall be conferred the corresponding Career Service Professional and Sub-professional eligibilities. The new Sub-professional eligibles are qualified to enter the first level of government service, while the Professional eligibles may join both the first and second levels. The first level, the CSC explained, includes clerical, trades, crafts, and custodial service positions requiring less than four years of college studies. On the other hand, the second level covers professional, technical and scientific positions up to Division Chief level requiring at least four years of college studies.
The CSC clarified, though, that on top of the eligibility requirement, the new Professional and Sub-professional eligibles should also meet the education, experience and training requirements of government positions to get appointed.
Completing the list of Top 10 passers for the Professional level are Myrene J. Villanueva (Central Visayas) with a rating of 88.20; Earl D. Dorado (NCR), 88.14; Jomar O. Reyes (NCR), 88.00; Franklen Dave F. Bio (NCR), 87.91; Guia Lovella M. Labrador (Central Visayas), 87.88; Rene Carlo Joaquin R. Bo-ot (NCR), 87.85; Dennis D. Macapagal (NCR), 87.76; Michael S. Manahan (NCR), 87.51; Roeblin Nathaniel S. Rojas (NCR), 87.51; Ryan C. Mallari (Central Luzon), 87.51; and Catherine F. Alpay (Central Luzon), 87.43.
Among the Top 10 passers for the Sub-professional level are Rosciel Cleia B. Ragas (NCR) with a rating of 87.99; Samuel B. Aguilar Jr. (CAR), 87.96; Fenina Esther C. Pacion (Central Luzon), 87.87; Hans Joshua V. Dantes (NCR), 87.67; Kristine Mae A. Bullen (NCR), 87.49; Katrina Marie F. Kabigting (NCR), 87.48; Romagne Joyce M. Mari (NCR), 87.21; Daren Altair S. Hipe (Western Visayas), 87.09; and Kyra Mae E. Solaña (Eastern Visayas), 87.08.
The CSC also reported that an analysis of the profiles of successful examinees shows the female passers, counting 7,119, outnumbering the male passers by 56.67%. The biggest chunk of passers at 7,544 falls within the age bracket of 18-24 years old. As to employment, the CSC said that most of the passers, numbering 6,076, were unemployed, which can be an indicator as to why the majority of passers cited ‘entrance to government’ as their reason for taking the examination.
The CSC advises those who passed the examinations to coordinate with the CSC Regional Office concerned on the requirements and procedure in claiming their Certificate of Eligibility (COE). Those who failed may secure a copy of their Report of Rating through the CSC website at www.csc.gov.ph.
Civil Service Exam April 2010 results posted by region :
(Note: Subprofessional category can be found after the listing of the professional category.)
Region 1 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 2 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 3 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 4 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 5 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 6 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 7 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 8 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 9 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 10 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 11 Prof and Sub-Prof
Region 12 Prof and Sub-Prof
NCR Prof and Sub-Prof
CAR Prof and Sub-Prof
CARAGA Prof and Sub-Prof
ARMM Prof and Sub-Prof
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