How to Check Your Civil Service Exam Ratings Online (OCSERGS)

If you have taken the Civil Service Exam in a bid to get more opportunities to get hired, then you’d probably be interested to know that the Civil Service Commission (CSC) has gone ahead with the technological advancements and migrated some of their essential services online, including the checking of the civil service exam ratings via the Online Career Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS).

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In an effort to make their operations and services more convenient to the masses, the Civil Service Commission now operates an online system, OCSERGS, to help test takers see how their test performance – regardless if it’s a pass or fail.


In this article, we will provide you with a complete guide to navigate the OCSERGS and check your civil service exam rating online, without leaving the comforts of your home. This guide will also list all the information you need to prepare, to make the process as painless as possible.

How to view your Civil Service Exam Online?

Did you take the Civil Service Exam? Do you want to know your rating? Well, the individual results of the CSE-PPT for the Professional and Sub-Professional Level is now available online. Whether you passed or failed the exam is irrelevant, as the system will be able to tell you your rating using the CSC portal known as the Online Career Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS).

What is the CSC OCSERGS?

OCSERGS stands for Online Career Service Examination Result Generation System. This is the Civil Service Commission’s online system that helps generate all the test results of the test takers during the civil service exam pen and paper test (CSE-PPT) 15 days after the results are officially released. Those who took the CSE – FSO ( Foreign Service Officer ) , Penology Officer Examination, Fire Officer Examination, BCLT / ICLT Examination, Pre-Employment Test, and Promotional Test can also use these steps to check and verify their respective exam results. They just need to select the appropriate type of examination from among the given choices.

On top of that, the OCSERGS is also where the examinees can verify and generate their ratings for both Professional and Subprofessional levels.

What are the requirements when checking your Civil Service Exam Ratings Online?

Before heading to the OCSERGS page, however, remember to have the following information at hand so you will be able to proceed with checking your ratings for the Civil Service Examination:

  • Examinee Number
  • Date of Examination (Select from the dropdown menu)
  • Last Name
  • First Name
  • Middle Initial (Input the letter only! Don’t put a period. You may also leave it blank if there’s none)
  • Date of Birth (You may use the dropdown menu to key in your birth date. Just make sure to follow the format: mm/dd/yyyy)
  • Type of Examination ( the type of exam taken. e.g.: CSE-PPT, CSE – FSO, BCLT, ICLT, etc.)
  • Region (where you took the exam)

How to use the OCSERGS?

Accessing the OCSERGS

From the CSC website:

If you wish to access this page from the CSC website, then you’ll need to follow these steps:

  • Visit the Philippine Civil Service Commission Website.

Note that the website might take time to load sometimes, due to the number of visitors particularly during and around the exam results release date.

  • Hover your mouse to navigation link ‘Online Services’ and pick the service you need, namely the “Online CS Examination Result Generation System.”

The CSC offers various online services so when you hover over the “Online Services” option, you will see three choices: “Online CS Examination Result Generation System,” “Online Notice of School Assignment,” and “CSC WEBMAIL.” Choose the first one which is “Online CS Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS).”

By typing the OCSERGS link on the Search bar:

OCSERGS can be accessed by going to the OCSERGS page directly by typing on the search bar.

Checking the Civil Service Exam Ratings

To check your Civil Service Examination ratings, you will need to:

  • Visit the OCSERGS page using either a desktop or mobile device with a stable internet connection.
  • Fill out the form with the required information on the corresponding data fields. You may use the drop-down menu where available to ensure you are keying in the correct information.
  • Once done, review the inputted information to make sure that they’re correct.
  • Then, click the ‘SUBMIT’ button.

Note: If you encounter a system error, simply click the arrow left or back icon at the upper left part of the screen. Then, click the submit button again.

  • The OCSERGS system will generate the Notice of Rating on screen and it will provide details of your general ratings as well as the ratings breakdown per competency area.
  • Once the system generates the Notice of Rating showing your CSC Exam results, you may print this report by pressing Ctrl+P or just use the ‘Print’ option from the ‘File’ menu.

Note: You may also opt to save this as a PDF file for future reference or if you do not wish to have it printed just yet. This way, so you wouldn’t have to go through the same procedures again if you need another copy of your ‘Notice of Rating’.

Things to remember

There are a few things that are worth knowing when checking your Civil Service Exam ratings. We listed some of them for tour convenience:

  • According to the CSC, any concerns regarding the exam results should be routed through the CSC Regional Office concerned.

In an announcement, the CSC said,

“Concerns on examination result including verification on examinee number should be coordinated directly with the CSC Regional Office concerned.”

  • The Certification of Eligibility for tge CSC passers may be obtained from the CSC Regional Offices they had taken the exams from.
  • The Certification of Eligibility is free of charge and is printed on security paper with CSC letterhead.
  • When securing a Certification of Eligibility, the passer is strongly advised to verify/check the ratings and the availability of certification before visiting the CSC Regional or field offices.
  • Before you race off to the nearest CSC regional or field office, make sure to wait for the little reminder that the Civil Service Commission will give as this is their go signal to claim the Certificate of Eligibility.
  • You are only allowed to claim the Certification of Eligibility once this announcement has been made.
  • The Certificate of Eligibility will be available for claiming approximately 30 days after the results are posted.

For further inquiries or other concerns, make sure to reach out to the CSC Regional or Field Office with jurisdiction to the area where the exam was taken.

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