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drenyce311

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  1. You will not get a letter if you failed the S&D. You will get a letter if you didn’t get selected after the panel interview. I could be wrong.
  2. Your scored from day 1. Starting with open house all the way to your final exam. You get an averages score.
  3. Usually it’s different open house dates in one class. In my test date 19 showed up. 8 pass. We were all in one class and the other 4 were from 2 diffeerent test dates.
  4. Of course it’s not impossible. It’s not impossible to fail out as well. So far one in each class this year has failed out in the final. Gotta be on top of the studying. Could be nerves, bad test takers.
  5. Re read and once your done. Wait like 3-4 minutes to get your mind out of focus then go through the exam with a fine tooth comb for mistakes. Always go with your gut. I caught one mistake. Then corrected it. If you guys think it’s going to get better. It’s going to get worse. Lol.
  6. I think it specifies. Can’t remember. Restricting (Zone A) or Restricting (Zone C).
  7. It’s been kind of crazy the last few weeks. OT is being monitored. Plus there’s an abundance of engineers. Not much OT out there. Hopefully a bunch of old timers retire
  8. It’s open house (cognitive test and 1on1 interview) > S&D overview> S&D test> panel interview> medical 1 >phase 1> background check > medical 2 >phase 2.
  9. He just took his signals and def like a week or two ago. Good luck Steve.
  10. This seems to be the new normal. As for phase 1. It’s usually 12 -14. For phase 2. The top 12 scores get selected for phase 2.
  11. Yes. They get graded same day. It’s up to HR to call you if you passed.

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