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CIVIL SERVICE EXAM TIPS TO PASS EASILY First, we have to know why there is a Civil Service exam.

Civic service exams are implemented in various countries as a way to achieve an effective, rational public administration on a merit system. CS exams are conducted to establish a register of eligibles from which certification and appointment to the second and first level positions in the Civil Service shall be made, provided said eligibles meet the qualifications and other requirements of the positions. Have you taken a Civil Service examination? If you already have successfully hurdled it, congratulations! If not, well, do not lose hope. Do you want to pass a CS exam easily? Yes? Then read on. The scopes of the exams are as follows:

Career Service Professional - In English and Filipino; Vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, analogy logic, and numerical reasoning

Career Service Subprofessional - In English and Filipino; Vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, spelling, clerical operations, and numerical reasoning

Both Professional and Subprofessional levels of the examinations will have general information on the following areas: Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (R.A. 6713), Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts, and Environment Management and Protection. More FAQ's here.

To pass the test, the examinees should get a grade of at least 80.00. How to easily pass that Here are a few tips:
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Read books (see the scopes to know what subject areas to focus). Take time to browse the internet for some useful information. Read the newspaper at least a month before the exam proper for current events on that period. Not the very recent issues because the questionnaire could have been written probably a month or couple of months ago.

Bring with you something to eat and drink. focus and read the instructions and questions carefully. While the exam is on-going. Passing rate for both levels is 80. lasts for 2. with comprehension. consisting of 150 test items. spelling and clerical operations.           Tips / pointers from the CSC:  According to the CSC. eraser. . If you do the same. for those who did not meet the passing rate of 80% in the Career Service Examination. Civil Service Exam reviewers are available at bookstores. Sleep early and soundly the night before the exam. Keep yourself stress-free. If you prefer to self-review. Takers of the Sub-professional level should review on the same subject areas except analogy and logic. eat your breakfast and take a bath. It will keep you fresh and relaxed. Be confident. It is available on line. lasts for three hours while the Sub-professional level. Do not stay long on hard questions. do not go home immediately. here's the link.5 hours. I followed all these tips and passed the professional CS exam that was conducted on March 9. go back to them when you’re done with easier ones. Go to the examination venue at least an hour before the official exam time. and in addition. The Professional level. you will surely find your name listed in the examination results page of the Civil Service Commission. 2008. During the exam day. logic and numerical reasoning. paragraph organization. Prepare yourself a week before the exam. also with 150 test items. reading comprehension. borrow it. Enjoy the feel of it. Make use of the remaining time to review your answers. Ask for a free CS Exam reviewer from a friend. sharpener and most importantly the examination slip and receipt. the career service examinations are general ability tests where speed and accuracy matter.  The CSC advises examinees of the Professional level to review on vocabulary. analogy. grammar and correct usage. which is 8:00 o'clock in the morning. there is a facility in the CSC called Report of Rating (RoR) just in case you want to know your score and what field you failed. Double check if you have with you the necessary things like pencil. If you are finished answering all questions ahead of cut-off time. Now.