The causative in the passive voice has two structures:
1. For GET and HAVE: usually used with professional services.
I went to the bank to have my cheque cashed.
I got my car washed and the oil changed.
GET/HAVE plus SOMETHING plus PAST PARTICIPLE (by someone)
Usually, we know who is doing the professional service so the BY SOMEONE is not required.
2. MAKE in the passive works the same as the usual passive for other verbs:
I was made to clean my room when I was just a lad.
Notice that in the passive with make, an infinitive with to follows:
I will be made to rewrite
the test if my mark is poor.
The teacher will make me rewrite the test if my mark is poor.