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By Billy Begas

Congrats! Luzon examinees top March gov’t career service exam

Examinees from Luzon topped the Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Career Service Examination – Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT), both Professional and Subprofessional levels, held last March.

The CSC said that out of the 335,385 examinees, a total of 57,683 individuals.

Out of the 297,952 examinees for the CSE Professional level, 51,311 passed (17.22%), while 6,372 out of 37,433 examinees passed the Subprofessional level (17.02%).

CSC Chairperson Karlo Nograles said the passers are “one step closer to joining the ranks of our 1.9 million dedicated civil servants nationwide.”

Viron Gil Estrada from the National Capital Region (NCR) got the highest score in the CSE-PPT Professional level, earning a 97.30% rating.

The other top passers for the Professional level are Micah Angelo Bacani (NCR) and Duke Donald Cotoco (NCR), both with 97.26%; Kristine Kyla M. Catajay (SOCCSKSARGEN) with 97.21%; Andrei Josef Policarpio (NCR) with 97.12%; Jose Robredo (NCR) with 97.07%; Aubrey Camille Perez (NCR) with 97.03%; Norlyn Ann Villarin (NCR) with 96.89%; Aron S. Guese (NCR) with 96.83%; and Zarah Greycielle Cruz (Central Luzon) with 96.79%.

Meanwhile, Mia Kimberly Noche from Region IV led the Subprofessional level with 97.24%.

She was followed by Jacqueline Corral (Bicol Region- 96.87%), Joanalyn Constantino (NCR- 96.63), Elaine Grace Templa (NCR- 96.58), Arrel Keight Diamse (Central Luzon- 96.18), Niccole Benesha Santos (NCR- 96.12), Danah Arella Mateo (NCR- 96.05), Angelic Shayne Salmingo (Western Visayas- 96.03), Mheree Adelaide Flores (NCR- 96.01), and Benjamin Carlo Garcia (NCR) and Marcus Salvo (NCR) both with 95.97% rating.

Southern Tagalog achieved the highest regional passing performance with 23.36% (9,473 passers out of 40,549 examinees) for both levels of the CSE-PPT.

The NCR followed closely with a 23.30% passing rate, Central Luzon (23.12%), Cagayan Valley (19.26%), and Cordillera Administrative Region (18.23).

Exam takers, both successful and unsuccessful may generate their ratings through the Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System, which can also be accessed via the CSC website.

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