[March 17 CSE Takers] Things to Bring + Dress Code + Other Reminders

This is a must-read for all the March 17 CSE taker. The first batch of Civil Service Exam for 2019 will happen this March 17. These are the things to bring and to prepare for.

Bring Your Valid I.D.

Preferably the same I.D. card presented during filing of application. If the I.D. card to be presented for admission is different from the I.D. card presented during filing of application, the examinee must present any of the following accepted I.D. cards, which is preferably valid (not expired).

As a last resort, expired I.D. card may be presented for admission on examination day, provided that, the expiry date of the I.D. card is within the preceding months of the year reckoning the date of examination.

Read: List of Valid IDs for CSE

Bring Black Ballpen

Only BLACK ballpen is allowed. Pencils and any other kinds of pen (e.g. gel pen, sign pen, fountain pen, friction pen, etc.) including any other color of ballpens are not allowed.

Bringing of ONSA

Bringing of Receipt

DO NOT Bring These…

Bringing of cellular phones and any other gadgets, including smart phones/watches, calculators, wristwatches with calculator, books and other forms of printed materials and all other similar items, is NOT allowed.

Water, or preferred beverage (except alcoholic beverage) placed in clear/transparent container, and/or candies/biscuits, which shall be subject to inspection by the Room Examiner/Proctor.

Further, NO bags and any other personal stuff shall be allowed.

Dress Code for the Exam


How about Calculator?

Use of any aid in answering the test (such as calculators; books, dictionaries and other forms of printed materials; watch calculators; cellular phones, smart phones/watches, tablets and any other gadgets; and all other similar materials/items) is strictly prohibited.

Read Also: The Online Notice of School Assignment (ONSA) is Now Accessible


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