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CSC exams Sunday

The Civil Service Commission is reminding applicants for the Career Service Examination-Paper and Pencil Test, to be given at the Negros Occidental High School in Araneta-Singcang Street, Bacolod City, tomorrow, to strictly adhere to the “No ID, No Exam” policy, a press release from the CSC said.

Erna Elizan, director II of CSC Bacolod Field Office, said that in case of lost IDs, examinees are advised to immediately secure valid identifications, the press release also said.

Examinees should be at the examination venue not later than 7 a.m., as late examinees will not be admitted, and to bring one black or blue ballpen, two No. 2 lead pencils, and valid IDs. Calculators or any electronic gadgets are not allowed inside the examination room, the press release said.

Notices of room assignments are posted at http://webapp.csc.gov.ph/eNOSAv2.

Examinees who are unable to secure their notices online can get them personally at the CSC Office, by phone at 708-8184, or at the venue on the day of the examination, the press release added.*

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