So I have downloaded my abstract, my license is completely clean for The last 5 years. All that I have are the two pending tickets. The speeding ticket for 70 in a 50 occurred in June of 2020, so that is almost 3 years old, and my court date is in November. So I know that I have particle steel and then I have a complete BS cell phone ticket I get online material which occurred in November or December, that has an October court date.
I have a lawyer for both that I've used before with success, fairly sure he can get my cell phone ticket thrown out, not quite as sure about the speed. But at least the speeding ticket will disappear in 10 months...
Thanks a bunch for the info I did not know my name can remain on the list for that long, I assumed when they call you it's either a yes or no at that moment.
You should. I would reach out to the Examinations Unit (email@example.com) who handles the Oral Proficiency Assessment (OPA), and see what they have to say. They should respond to your e-mail within two to three business days.
Not that fast. This is what I have to say:
First, have you considered running off your abstract to see what is and what is not on there? Click here for more information. For this purpose, you can run off the "Standard" version.
Second, keep in mind that these Civil Service lists are good for four  calendar years, in which you can always restore your name to the list. As of this typing, the list for Exam # 2611 has been published, which expires, as of now, in July of 2026.
Third, unless things have changed, they look back at your abstract for the past three  years. Therefore, depending on the conviction date, you can always restore your name to the list before it expires, and see what happens.
If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
So once I restore my name to the exam than I will get a new letter for the oral proficiency exam? Is that the next step? I remember when transit contacted me two years ago all I got was a letter to appear for the oral proficiency exam and I never responded.