Issue of January 8, 2017

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CSC bares results, opens next exam
by CSC–CAR release

A total of 1,050 or 14.57 percent out of 7,204 examinees passed the career service written examinations held in the Cordillera last Nov. 20, 2016.

Passers shall be conferred the civil service professional and sub-professional eligibility accordingly.

In the professional level, 878 or 14.86 passed out of 5,907 examinees, while 172 or 13.26 percent of the 1,297 examinees passed in the sub-professional level.

The exams took place in four test centers in the region, namely Baguio City; Bangued, Abra; Lagawe, Ifugao; and Luna, Apayao.

The top 10 passers of the Nov. 20, 2016 professional level examination in the Cordillera are Jireh Dominic R. Subagan (87.63 percent); Aldynne Genise B. Jallorina (87.09 percent); King Anthony M. Montereal (87.03 percent); Justin Lloyd R. Kitong (86.97 percent); Godwin Kent R. Guiad (86.96 percent); Jethro V. Tejano (86.96 percent); Matthew Keith C. Romero (86.67 percent); Johanna Therese B. Atinyao (86.43 percent); Oswald John B. Teneza (86.36 percent); Danica Junielle A. Asil (86.28 percent) and Astrid Jireh D. Deang (86.24 percent).

For the sub-professional level, the top 10 passers in CAR are Rhyzs Frances S. Oplay (85.74 percent); Roan Jade Banagen (85.54 percent); Arianne Jyll P. Terte (85.34 percent); Rija J. Khan (85.13 percent); Elymar C. Legaspi (84.74 percent); Chantal A. Atngag (84.52 percent); Marvelous H. Valdez (84.45 percent); Jhon Paul P. Arnedo (84.41 percent); Jeremia L. Claveria (84.31 percent); and Jeffy A. Celedonio (84.24 percent).

The complete list of successful examinees of the Nov. 20, 2016 career service professional and sub-professional examinations is available at the CSC website

Examinees may now generate their individual test results using the Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System, which can be accessed also through the CSC website.

The next schedule of the career service written examinations is on March 12. Filing of application is until Jan. 13.

Applicants should personally file their application at the CSC regional office, or at any of the concerned CSC field offices where they intend to take the examination.

The test centers in the Cordillera are Baguio City, Bangued, Abra; Bontoc, Mountain Province; and Tabuk City.

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