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LOQV

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  1. Wow extended training. That's new. 8+4 I guess Alesso is a good instructor. He has 28 years in the job. I can't stand his voice though.
  2. Congrats on getting the A division.
  3. Congrats MrCka I hope to be stating the same thing on April 11th of next year.
  4. How bad was the video tprashad0719
  5. I have 3 more months of school car left. My second signals exam is in 2 weeks.
  6. Definitely read this thread L Bo. I'm in my 4th month of school car and I still read this thread from time to time.
  7. Congrats L Bo. I'm one of the few train operators that post on here who is still going through schoolcar so if you have any questions feel free to ask.
  8. I had one guy in my train operator school car class who resigned after 2 weeks. These jobs are not for everybody. Some people don't have jobs that will allow them to take an extended leave of absence. Some people don't like working nights, weekends, and holidays. Conductor school car isn't half as bad as Train Operator school car but never the less your TSS's will definitely try to scare you in the very beginning in terms of giving you examples of how one mistake on your part can lead to the end of your career with the MTA. This alone might make someone in your class quit. You have to be mentally strong to survive down here.
  9. You guys are coming on the job at a perfect time for conductors. Many of the conductors that I have spoken too told me that they were able to pick a schedule while still on probation. I've been a train operator for the last 4 months and I know for sure that I won't be able to pick a schedule while on probation. You guys will all be able to pick a schedule way before I am which could be good or bad depending on what you pick. Sometimes I miss being able to pick a nice schedule as a bus operator but in the long run i know I made the right move. Hopefully those of you who pick the A division I will see on the road soon.
  10. The mta actually extended the life of the current open competitive train operator exam that it is hiring people from until September 2017. As of right now the mta hasn't sent out the scores and list numbers for the promotional train operator exam that we took in January. I was promoted to train operator in April off of the current list that transit is hiring from and from what I've seen so far lots of train operators are retiring and getting ready to retire once a new contract is ratified. I'm pretty sure once transit starts hiring from the promotional exam list it will go through it quickly.
  11. I wonder how long it will take for the mta to send out the scores and list numbers for this exam since the mta is now fully in charge of this process.
  12. Congrats Erik I hope to be celebrating passing probation just like you in April.
  13. To answer your questions noekozz; I started as a bus operator on July 1 2013. I was offered the bus operator position because at that time the mta had a hiring freeze for conductors but they were hiring bus operators so I decided to take the bus operator position to get my foot in the door. I also took the last open competitive train operator exam in 2009 and got a 95 on that. When I originally got the letter in the mail from the mta to start the hiring process for train operator in July of 2013 I had just started training for bus operator so therefore I turned train operator down at first. I had my name reinstated on the train operator exam list in November of last year and I officially got promoted to train operator on April 11th of this year.
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