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CSC reminds April 17 Career Service examinees
Original post: http://www.csc.gov.ph/new-updates/1067-csc-reminds-april-17-career-service-examinees
April 11, 2016
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) yesterday reminded those who will take the Career Service Examination (CSE) on Sunday, April 17 to check their school assignments.
The CSC will conduct the CSE Paper-and-Pencil Test for Professional and SubProfessional levels in 213 testing venues nationwide.
CSC asked all examinees to get their school assignments using the Online Notice of School Assignment (ONSA) through the linkhttp://enosa.csc.gov.ph/enosav3. Examinees are also advised to visit their assigned testing venue at least one day before the exam to familiarize themselves with the school location.
 CSC also emphasized that the “No I.D., No Exam” rule will be strictly implemented. For verification purposes, examinees should bring a valid I.D. with date of birth (preferably the same I.D. presented during the filing of examination; if I.D. has no date of birth, bring original copy of Birth Certificate), ONSA-generated notice of school assignment (if available), and application receipt with corresponding official receipt (if available).
Examinees must use dark lead pencils and erasers, and/or ball pens (black) in the answer sheets. Use of any aid in answering the test, such calculators, dictionary, cellular phones, tablets, etc., is strictly prohibited.
Gates of testing venues will be open to examinees as early as 6:00 a.m. and will close at 7:30 a.m. Examinees are also advised to wear proper attire during the examination day (i.e. not in sleeveless shirt/blouse, or in short pants, or in slippers).
CSC disclosed that the scope of examination for both the Professional and SubProfessional levels will include general information on the Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical for Public Officials and Employees (R.A. 6713), Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts, and Environment Management and Protection.
For the complete details of the reminders, examinees may access CSC Examination Advisory No. 05, s. 2016 posted at the CSC website www.csc.gov.ph
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