Your eligibility to apply for positions in the government service will depend on the level of exam that you pass.
The Sub-Professional Eligibility qualifies you for first level positions such as clerical, trade, and custodial service positions which require less than four years of college education.
The Professional Eligibility, on the other hand, qualifies you not only for first level positions but also for second level positions such as professional, technical, and scientific positions which require four years of college education. (Take note that you need to be a graduate of a four year course to be eligible for second level positions.)
But speaking of AVAILING AND TAKING the exam (prof or subprof), this time (2016) with NEW POLICY... you AREN'T necessarily expected to be of any education or being a degree holder or a number of required units TO TAKE THE EXAM. Regardless of education, For as long as you are 18 years old, YOU ALREADY CAN QUALIFY IN ANY TYPE OF EXAM YOU MAY BE WANTING TO TAKE.
For both levels, the first and second level positions must not involve the
practice of any profession and must not be regulated by other laws.
If you want to play it safe, then take the Sub-Professional Exam first. Passing it will give you the confidence you need to hurdle the more challenging Professional Exam. Immediately after passing the Sub-Professional Exam, start preparing for the Professional Exam while everything is still fresh in your mind.
Since you already studied most of the topics, you will just need to concentrate on Analogy and Logic for the next round.
If you want to play it smart, then take the Professional Level so you will not have to study the same things all over again.
Are you ready for the civil service exam? Whether you plan to take the Civil Service Exam Professional or Sub-Professional Level, you have to start your KNOWING THAT PASSING THE EXAM IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE! But To increase the odds of passing, you may find it better to DECIDE THAT YOU NEED A PREPARATION AS PROPER AND AS WELL-GUIDED AS POSSIBLE...
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