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train1290

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  1. " ( ) decline appointment " It means that if you check it you're not interested in attending or don't want the job. Yes that means that your name gets removed from the list if you don't respond...but you can always reinstate your name onto the list. I would call them if you can...if not I would just go to 180 Livingston street and explain why you couldn't show up when they called you. Mind I ask you....what's your list number? ( please don't forget to hide the last digit or two )
  2. So this is your second time correct? Do you mind if I ask...what's your list number? ( Don't forget to hide the last digit or two)
  3. what does WAA mean/stand for?
  4. "Catches you in the hallway", well technically speaking....you have to be in the hallway to get into the classroom. How else are you going to get inside the classroom? What you're trying to say is that he doesn't want you in the hallway hanging out? ( That I understand) The cell phone thing I understand.
  5. what do you mean ''anything in their background'', what do you mean? ( As in Tickets, Arrests, etc.)
  6. You're welcome, please don't forget to keep us posted how things turn out.
  7. I believe so, so in the mean time keep your phone nearby and check your email along with the junk/spam folder. If you don't mind me asking what list number are you? ( please don't forget to hide the last digit or two for privacy reasons)
  8. ok, how about an MTA phone number?
  9. Excuse me, does anyone know the phone number for this bus operator exam No. 7612?
  10. Excuse me, does anyone know the phone number to call for the Conductor exam 6601 list?
  11. Can someone please answer my question?
  12. 1000, where did you hear of this? 1000 officially hired?

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