Yes. The applicant, however, is responsible for the correctness of the input data. There are also Guidelines on Completing the Online Application for Judicial Nomination that has to be read and agreed upon by the applicant himself or herself.

Yes, the online application scheduler is accessible via any computer, tablet or smart phone with internet access and PDF reader software application.

Check the internet connection, refresh the page, or try accessing the scheduler with a different device. If it still does not load correctly, kindly contact the Office of Policy and Development Research (OPDR) of the JBC at 02-85529612 for assistance.

The Online Application Scheduler is programmed to accept only up to a certain number of applicants in a day within the forty five (45) day period (from date of announcement of vacancies) one has to complete the submission of requirements. The slot for a particular date and time automatically disables once it has reached its maximum number of allowed applicants.

Please check the spam or junk folder to check if the automatic reply was directed there. If not, please contact the OPDR of the JBC for assistance.

Yes. The pro forma letter of intent must be presented to the Office of Recruitment, Selection and Nomination (ORSN) together with the rest of the documentary requirements.

There will be strict implementation of the scheduled date and time. Applicants will not be entertained if they arrive past their scheduled time. As mentioned, applicants will not be able to cancel or change their confirmed schedules on their own. Please contact the OPDR of the JBC for assistance.

No, there is no need to use the Online Application Scheduler again. The ORSN will give a date on which the applicant should return to submit the lacking documents. The period between 4:00 to 4:30 in the afternoon is reserved solely for applicants who intend to submit their lacking documents.

As it is the last day of filing, the applicant will only have until 4:30 in the afternoon to submit any missing or corrected document. Applicants are urged to consider allowance for contingencies when setting a schedule for submission. The deadline will not be extended for applicants with incomplete or incorrect documents, and under the Rules, the JBC will reject belatedly filed or incomplete documents.

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