The Civil Service Commission (CSC) of the Philippines is responsible for conducting Civil Service Examinations for individuals aspiring to work in government positions. While traditionally, checking your Civil Service rating required in-person visits or communication through other channels, recent advancements in technology have made it possible to inquire about your rating online.
In this article, we will guide you through the process of checking your Civil Service rating conveniently from the comfort of your own home.
Online Career Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS)
Did you take the Civil Service Exam? If you wish to know your ratings, you can check them online. The Civil Service Commission provides means to verify the ratings of examinees through OCSERGS.
Step 1: Visit the CSC OCSERGS Portal
To begin the process, open your preferred web browser and Click this CSC Rating Portal https://erpo.csc.gov.ph/ocsergs/ . This is where you will find the necessary tools and features to check your Civil Service Rating electronically.
Step 2: Provide the Required Information:
To retrieve your Civil Service rating, you will need to provide specific details related to your examination. This information may include your complete name, examination date, examination level (Professional or Sub-Professional), and any other details required for verification purposes. Ensure that you enter accurate information to obtain the correct results.
Fill out the necessary information following the proper format. As you can see in the photo, they would need your Last Name, First Name, Ext. Name if any and your Middle Initial. For your last name, if it contains two words you must put a space in between. Do not put a period on your middle initial.
For your Date of Birth, follow the format MM/DD/Year. As for your date of examination, input this format sample: March 17, 2019. After the date is the type of Examination type. Select from the dropdown menu list and lastly, the region where you take the exam.
Step 3: View and Verify Your Civil Service Rating:
The portal will display your Civil Service rating on the screen. Take the time to carefully review the results to ensure accuracy. If you have taken multiple exams, you may see a list of ratings associated with each examination.
This online facility generates both passed and failed test results. If ever the result generation failed, just press “ok” and then try again. Input your details once more and click submit. In case you are still not able to view your ratings, you can try to use different browsers. For any concerns, you may call the regional office of Civil Service near you.
Step 4: Download or Print Your Rating
If you wish to keep a physical copy of your Civil Service rating, most online portals allow you to download or print the results. After viewing, you may opt to print it for future use. Just click Ctrl+P. You can save the file on your device or print it for future reference.
Thanks to the convenience of online services, checking your Civil Service rating in the Philippines has become more accessible and efficient.
By following the step-by-step guide outlined in this article, you can now obtain your rating without the need for in-person visits or correspondence through other channels. Remember to keep your login credentials secure and consult the official Civil Service Commission website for any updates or changes to the online services portal. Best of luck in your civil service journey!