Woohoo! I passed the Civil Service Exams, now what? Here’s how yo claim your Certificate of Eligibility
Now that you passed the Civil Service Examination for Professional or Subprofessional, what’s the next step for you? Claim your original Certificate of eligibility of course!
Before I show you how you can claim your original certificate of eligibility, let me just give you some reminders.
1. Certificate of Eligibility is different from Certification of eligibility. Certificate of Eligibility refers to the original certificate given to Career Service Professional and Subprofessional passers. While Certification of Eligibility is given to eligibles if they lost their original copy. It’s basically a replacement for your original copy.
Report of rating is given to examinees who did not passed the Civil Service examination.
2. Check if your name is correctly spelled. If not, notify the Civil Service Commission Regional Office immediately where you applied or has jurisdiction.
3. If you can ask for your details such as Date of Birth and Place of birth, much better so that you would know if its correct or not.
4. Some CSC Regional Office gives orientation and awarding ceremonies. It’s best to contact the CSC Regional Office beforehand.
To claim your original Certificate of Eligibility:
1. Contact or coordinate with the CSC Regional Office where you applied or has jurisdiction with your examination and ask for the specific dates of the availability of your certificates. Here’s a complete list of CSC Regional Offices with their contact details.
2. Make sure you have a valid ID and passport size photo (similar to the one you used during your application).
After getting your original Certificate of Eligibility here are some additional reminders:
1. Your original certificate of eligibility will only be issued once. So it is best to keep it in a safe place.
2. If you lost your original certificate of eligibility you can ask for a certification but it will not look like the original certificate. It’s best to laminate your original certificate of eligibility to avoid damage.
3. Once the your picture has been placed in the certificate and was sealed by the CSC personnel, never remove or replace it.
4. Do not make unnecessary remarks on your certificate of eligibility.
5. Do not give your original certificate of eligibility to agencies where you want to apply. You can give a photocopy of it or an authenticated copy of your certificate of eligibility. You can ask for an authenticated copy of your certificate of eligibility in the CSC Regional Office where you applied for your eligibility.
Hope this helps! Remember, always coordinate and transact with CSC-Examination Services Division authorized personnel only.
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